In 24 Hours In Bangkok Analysis

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Eat, Pray, Party: - In 24 Hours In Bangkok, Thailand
By Debra Feinberg

Whether you’re a foodie, a culture junkie or a party animal, Bangkok is a city that offers something for everyone. Fortunately, there’s no rule that says you have to pigeonhole yourself into one of those categories, so why not pack it all in? Twenty-four hours is more than enough time to experience some of Bangkok’s highlights, so make the most of your time hitting up key tourist sites, temples and food markets, then round it all off with a Singha beer tower for a day to remember and a night to forget.

Repent In Advance

One thing there is no shortage of in Bangkok are temples, and while it’s usually better to do first and ask forgiveness later, that’s hard to do
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Here, the street is filled with smells of all sorts of deliciousness, so no matter what you’re in the mood for, you’re sure to be satisfied.
Don’t confuse street food with a dine and dash – in Chinatown, street food is meant to be enjoyed, not rushed, so sit down at a table, scope out a menu and order what tickles your fancy. If that happens to be seafood, Snapper (cooked with eyes and all), garlic crab and rice chased with a Singha beer go down a treat.

Digest on a Tuk Tuk Ride

No visit to Bangkok is complete with out a ride in a tuk tuk, and with a full stomach, you need time to digest, so flag down a ride. Tuk tuk rides are a great way to see Bangkok on the move. You’re heading in the direction of somewhere you need to be, but you’re getting there in style and exposed to the elements – so no smells or sights are missed. Plus, you never know what pointers your driver might have!

Party Like A Rock Star

If the Hangover Two movie wasn’t enough proof that Bangkok is a place to party, head to Khao San Road to see for yourself.

Here, be vigilant, as opportunists know that the intoxicated make for easy targets, but also feel reassured in the comfort of a street filled with Thailand’s young backpacker
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