Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok is an aviation hub in Southeast Asia. The capital of Thailand, Bangkok is well known for its food scene, street life, floating markets and great massages. Being just 2 and a half hours away from Singapore, Bangkok is a favourite getaway destination for Singaporeans.
Some of the top attractions in Bangkok include Chao Phraya River, Wat Arun, Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Grand Palace, Ayutthaya, and Bang Pa-In Summer Palace. Being the only Southeast Asian country that was never colonised by the Europeans, Bangkok boasts many historical and prominent religious sites. Buddhist pilgrims around the world travel to Bangkok for its sacred ancient monasteries.
Wondering if your favourite Chatuchak Market and Platinum Mall are still around? The answer is YES. You can now resume your full day of shopping while your partner waits for you at the massage parlour.
Bangkok is a gastronomic heaven for the foodie. Some of the popular Thai street food that you must try in Bangkok are fried noodles (pad thai), fried chicken (gai tod), grilled pork (moo ping), fried banana pancake, boat noodles (kway teow rua), and tom yum goong.
The pandemic has taken a toll on most of us, don’t forget to rejuvenate your tired body and destress with an authentic Thai massage while you’re in Bangkok. You can get a satisfying massage at only 200 to 400 baht (below SGD20).