Last week I wrote a story about whether you should travel to Thailand at the moment. Some people thought I was being biased – here is my response.
There’s one side of Bangkok by night that many tourists see… but then there’s another side, a much more local one.
With the unsettled political situation in Thailand, tourists seem worried about coming. But what is the reality? Should you still travel to Thailand?
Bangkok is famous for its delicious street food but it can sometimes be hard to know where to start. So I’ve gone to an expert to find out everything!
One of the best places to see the cultural side of Bangkok is Wat Pho. The temple complex is huge with lots to explore, including the reclining Buddha.
Bangkok’s flower markets are a 24 hour affair, where professionals and visitors can pick up some of the freshest produce in the country. Full of colour!
There’s a cycle of drugs, violence and poverty inside Bangkok’s biggest slum. But some of the residents are trying to get out – and they’re thinking big!
The Thai capital is a city that needs to be experienced to be believed. Bangkok offers anything you could possibly want… but how does that leave you?
Has something about me changed? Or has the backpacker hub of South East Asia really lost its charm?