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October 27, 2022

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Our Favorite Places To Eat Thai Food In Bangkok

by Maria Wulff Hauglann| Last updated Jan 7, 2023

Thailand´s capital Bangkok is obviously one of the world’s best place to eat tasty Thai food. There are so many restaurants and street vendors selling Thai food that it can sometimes be difficult to spot the really good ones. Some restaurants cater mostly to tourists, and the food might not be top quality, since tourists are usually easier to satisfy than the locals. What we want is places that serve authentic and delicious Thai food, Thai food that the Thais themselves love to eat. Here are our top 7 Thai food places in Bangkok!

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Bangkok´s Temple In The Sky – Golden Mount (Wat Saket)

by Maria Wulff Hauglann| Last updated Nov 27, 2018

The beautiful Golden Mount (Wat Saket) is one of our favorite temples in Bangkok and a must-visit when in Bangkok. To reach the temple, you have to walk 344 steps up a hill. The 360-degree view of Bangkok from the top is fantastic, and it is the perfect place to watch the sunset. Golden Mount is not as famous as many of the other Bangkok temples, so it is less crowded with a peaceful atmosphere.

Where To Stay In Bangkok – Our Favourite Areas & Hotels

by Maria Wulff Hauglann| Last updated Oct 20, 2022

Being a popular tourist destination, Bangkok is packed with hotels and places to stay at all budgets. It can, however, be a bit overwhelming choosing where to stay in Bangkok, as there are so many options available. Having spent a lot of time in Bangkok, we have put together this guide to our favourite Bangkok areas and accommodations.

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What To Do In Bangkok – A 3 Day Bangkok Itinerary

by Maria Wulff Hauglann| Last updated Dec 5, 2022

Beneath the dust and chaos, Bangkok is packed with things to do and places to see. From street-side restaurants with plastic chairs and road side amulet stalls, to top-notch restaurants and the hippest rooftop bars. From exploring ancient temples to taking a crazy tuk-tuk drive through the Bangkok night, to Muay Thai boxing at the gigantic new Lumpini Stadium, or visiting a colourful flower market. Bangkok has it all and there is never a dull moment when you hit the streets of this city!

Here is our ultimate 3 day itinerary with some of our highlights of what to do in Bangkok.

A guide to the best markets in Bangkok

12 Markets In Bangkok You Should Not Miss

by Maria Wulff Hauglann| Last updated May 16, 2022

I simply LOVE markets! I like the vibrant atmosphere and walking around in between the different booths looking at all the strange and useful and sometimes not so useful things they sell. And when I find the perfect thing that I really like, it might be that I can bargain it down in price and make a scoop! If I can walk away from there with a few bargains, then my market trip has been a complete success! 🙂

Bangkok has some of the best and biggest markets in the world, and they are part of the reason why we love the “City of Angels” so much.

Night Tour Of Bangkok By Tuk-Tuk!

by Maria Wulff Hauglann| Last updated Oct 17, 2022

We did a night tour of Bangkok by Tuk-Tuk – the best, most fun and most authentic way to experience the “city of angels”! Even though we have been to Bangkok many times, Expique showed us some places we have never been before, places we wouldn`t know of or find ourselves. We also saw Bangkok`s famous sites by night.

Stepping Back In Time In Chinatown – Bangkok

by Maria Wulff Hauglann| Last updated Feb 5, 2019

We went on an off-the-beaten-track walking tour with the Bangkok Vanguards to explore Bangkok’s ancient Chinatown. Chinatown is a truly fascinating area of Bangkok, with action at all hours and surprises at every turn! It is a maze of alleyways, centuries old temples and hectic markets, filled with hidden gems few that few visitors ever get to experience.