From traditional street food to classy restaurants, Bangkok satisfies every taste.
Rama 9 Road518/15 Pracha-Uthit Rd. (next to Cambodia Embassy), Ramkamhaeng 39, Wangthonglang, Bangkok,
Rabiang Sab is a Thai restaurant. The restaurant is located street side features an air-con room with a parking and can ...
VipawadeeVibhavadi Soi24 , Vibhavadi Rd. (Near Central Ladprao)
V24 is a Thai chill out restaurant . Located outstanding on Vibhavadi Road (near Central Lad Prao). The restaurant is li...
Voted the “World’s Best City” by the Travel + Leisure Magazine, Bangkok is undoubtedly one of the most famous business, tourist and cultural destinations. Its rapid growth in the past couple of decades has set it far ahead of any other Thai city and has earned its spot on the international scene.
Each year the city is visited by no less than 15 million foreigners, dying to dip into the Thai cuisine, nightlife and sightseeing. There’s literally a bite for every mouth. Whether you are there to explore the local culture in the National Museum or just have fun with friends and cheap alcohol in a vibrant nightclub, you can rest assured you will have a great time.
A distinct feature of this amazing city are the street vendors who sell anything from clothing, souvenirs, homewear products to food and drinks. In fact, street food is a big thing in Bangkok, even though more than a third of the street food vending activities are actually illegal.
For those who are curious, but wouldn’t want to risk it buying from the street there is a variety of restaurants and cafes offering local and international dishes. Thai cuisine incorporates fresh and healthy meals with a specific taste and presentation. A meat lover, pescaterian, vegetarian or vegan, the variety of options will surely satisfy any taste and lifestyle.
Like all Asian Cities Bangkok has many iconic images and spots to visit, be it a floating market, a journey in a Tuk Tuk, a visit to one of the hundreds on Buddhist Temples, Wat Arun, a boat trip on the Chao Phraya River or visit the Grand Palace