The Beauty Tips
Art is not a luxury, but a necessity.

The Ultimate Things to do While in Bangkok


Whether you’re visiting on holiday or living in Thailand, Bangkok is always on the list of things to see in Thailand. The bustling metropolis boasts millions of Thais, thousands of expats, and numerous travellers throughout the years. From excellent food to breath-taking palaces, there is plenty to see and do in the largest city in Thailand. If you plan to stay in the city for a while or are living there now, there are some great things to do to further immerse yourself in city life.

Eat Like a Local

Thailand is home to some of the world’s best stir fry and curries, and Bangkok draws in Thai people from all over the country to give a taste of truly local cuisine. Be sure not to miss any curries—from the Southern fish curries to the Massaman of the north, an Indian-inspired specialty. If you are willing to search, you can find street stalls and restaurants alike serving a bowl of khao soi, the North’s creamy curry topped with crispy noodles. Of course, no trip to Bangkok is complete without the Bangkok take on pad gaprao, a spicy rice dish with fresh chilies and holy basil. Top it off with a fried egg and find yourself in spicy stir-fry heaven.

Fight Like a Pro

Thailand is well-known for mixed martial arts, most notably the famous Muay-Thai. Kickboxing, Jiu-jitsu,and Boxing are also very popular combat sports. There are numerous MMA camps in Bangkok that can help give you the extra practice and motivation to shine! These camps are typically run by professional trainers with plenty of experience and patience to help you get where you want to be. Break out a sweat and get in shape, all while having fun!

Ride Bikes Around the Green Lung

Just a short boat ride from the Khlong Toei pier is Bang Krachao, affectionately known as Bangkok’s green lung. It is aptly named—not only is this a wonderful green space full of canals, a river, and lots of beautiful trees, but it also looks like one little green lung on the map. It’s a great day trip to rent bikes and cruise around the small space. Be sure to check out the floating market and cool off with a refreshing drink at the many cafes around the area.

Bangkok has much more to it than first meets the eye, and it is worth spending time learning the small alleyways and pathways throughout the city. The sunny weather, friendly people, and many activities will keep you returning again and again.

Comments are closed.