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Discover Bangkok

Steamy, frenetic and exhilarating, Bangkok is as chaotic as cities get, but when you pause and look closer, you’ll discover deep traditions and a glowing culture. Bangkok is a city that never sleeps, zip down the colourful streets in a tassel framed tuk tuk before sampling the street food at one of the many fragrant street markets. 


The capital’s attractions are almost limitless, but if you only have limited time, not-to-be-missed attractions include the vast Reclining Buddha at Wat Pho, a morning boat trip down the canals to see the floating markets, and the opulent Grand Palace. For shopping, head to the tourist hub of Khaosan Road, the MBK Centre, Siam Square, or on weekends, the vast Chatuchak market, while for dining and entertainment it’s best to check with your guide on the hottest spots of the moment.


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Bangkok has a tropical climate, meaning it is steadily warm and humid throughout the year and prone to rain. The best time to visit Bangkok is November to February which is known as the ‘cool season’. While it’s still warm during the ‘cool season’ with average temperatures of 28⁰C, these are the driest months in Bangkok with sporadic rain showers.

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Travel Details

Direct flights operate from London airports, a short stopover en route is required for those travelling from other parts of the UK. Direct flight duration is approximately 11 Hours 25 minutes



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