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What’s on in Bangkok


Bangkok is one of the world’s most notorious travel destinations - an essential stop for any self-respecting backpacker, as well as an ever growing economic player that welcomes many business travellers keen to tap the countries lucrative export trade. Offering everything from fine dining overlooking the city, to the bright lights of the infamous Soi Cowboy, Bangkok is a place that rarely disappoints, with no two visits every being the same. Whether you want to peruse traditional markets, watch the national sport of kickboxing in Lumpini Stadium, or simply enjoy the stunning temples and buddhist architecture, the city is one that begs to be explored.

Where to stay in Bangkok

Bangkok has a huge amount of accommodation options - ranging from backpacker hostels to luxury penthouse apartments. Due to the comparatively low cost of accommodation, serviced apartments in Bangkok are a great idea for those on an extended stay, who want to experience comfort and luxury. The Squa.re offer a range of properties across the city, each chosen for its stylish decor and broad range of conveniences. Whether you are looking for a luxury apartment in the city-centre, or functional corporate housing near the financial district, we can provide the perfect property to meet your individual requirements.

What to do in Bangkok

Bangkok is one of the most engaging and fascinating cities in the world, offering all kinds of cultural and social experiences that the city has become so famous for. Whether you are looking to experience the history of the country, see some of the stunning buddhist monuments or enjoy some of the world’s best nightlife, Thailand’s enigmatic capital is unlikely to disappoint.

First time visitors can spend hours simply walking between the myriad of temples, that are often exquisitely decorated with gilded icons and stunning facades. It is also gives the opportunity to see daily rituals being carried out, which is a great way to learn about Thailand’s unique culture.

Bangkok’s nightlife is some of the best in the world. The various bars and restaurants are often mixed with both locals and tourists and are famous for their friendly atmosphere. Sports fans might also wish to check out a Muay Thai show - as this is the countries national sport and attracts huge amounts of visitors every year.

Tips for staying in Bangkok

Places to eat

Bangkok has a superb array of eateries, ranging from traditional Thai food to international cuisine. Kurissara and Pagoda are two top choices for those to experience the regions signature dishes, whilst Le Normandie and the Riverside Terrace offer European dining in a refined setting. Those seeking something a little more lively can head to the Smokin’ Pug, which offers a range of food from the grill in a bar-like atmosphere

Shopping

Bangkok has numerous shopping malls, ranging from the modern to the traditional. The MKB centre and the Platinum Fashion Mall are top choices for those looking for global fashion brands, consumer electronics and general retail. However, the city also has numerous markets, like the famed Chatuchak Market, which offer goods unique to Thailand and are a great place to pick up souvenirs.

Attractions

Many of the attractions are linked to the culture of the city - with Thai temples offering a stunning glimpse into the buddhist tradition. The reclining buddha is one of the more famous sights, some 45 metres long and covered in gold, it makes for an incredible sight. Another important part of Thai culture is Muay Thai kickboxing, and the country’s national stadium - Lumpini - is the best place to see it.

Transport

Bangkok is served by buses and trains, though these can be of questionable reliability. Near the river you have the option of taking a water taxi, which is also a great way to see the city, or there’s also the other famous mode of transport - motorised tuk tuks offer the cheapest and easiest ways of getting from A to B. Traditional taxis are also an option, and are relatively cheap compared to Europe or the US.

Local Business

Bangkok is home to much of Thailand's business infrastructure, including its banking, commercial and public services centres. There are also numerous aviation firms operating in the city, including Airports of Thailand PCL, Air People International and Asia Atlantic Airlines. Furthermore, much of the nation’s manufacturing firms are headquartered locally, including Dextra and Sahaviriya Steel Industries.

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