4D3N Bangkok Free and Easy

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Bangkok is a gorgeous city for every tourist and there are many things you can do there – visit cultural ancient and modern tourist attractions, shop till you drop, party at Ratchada night clubs or sign up a street food tasting tour. Best of all, booking 4D3N Bangkok deal that costs less S$300 with Zuji Singapore.

Bangkok is known to be the Thailand version of New York City. There are countless amounts of tourists, hundreds of taxis, street vendors, and tons of attractions allowing you to partake in activities at all times. A vacation to the unique city of Bangkok can be enjoyed by just about anyone, including families. The following 4D3N Bangkok itinerary is for everyone young or old to experience the history, food, and entertainment have Bangkok has to offer.

Bangkok Grand Palace

Day 1 – Grand Palace Bangkok Tour

On your first day in beautiful Bangkok you should visit the Grand Palace in Bangkok which is situated at the heart of the Rattanakosin Road. Rattanakosin is where the absolute divine sights can be found. A “must-see” tourist attraction would be the most sacred temple of Thailand, Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of Emerald Buddha). After viewing Wat Phra Kaew, you should also visit The Golden Buddha Temple (Wat Trimit) which houses the world largest gold Buddha image and visit The Reclining Buddha Temple (Wat Pho), one of Bangkok oldest and largest temple. Seeing these parts of Bangkok will give you a good understanding of their culture and religion.

The easiest way to Rattanakosin is by boat. Traveling by boat is more enjoyable than by car or bus because it allows you to see the marvelous sights of Bangkok. After viewing all these attractions you should finally relax and go to the beautiful Krua Khun Kung restaurant that serves some good seafood to end your evening.

Day 2 – Visit Bangkok Shopping Malls

On your second day you should head to the Siam Square to check out Bangkok’s high-end designer shopping malls. It is recommended to take the Saen Saep Express Boat to get into Siam Square. Doing so will avoid the congested streets of Bangkok and will allow you to reach your destination quickly.

Since Siam Square is the absolute best place to shop in Bangkok, you should first visit the Ratchaprasong area. The Ratchaprason is the largest shopping district in Thailand that houses shopping malls like CentralWorld, Gaysorn, The Erawan and Amarin Plaza. After a few hours of shopping, you can go for a high-tea at the beautiful FoodLoft. The decorations are unique and the food has excellent reviews.

In the evening you can either choose to relax at the Center Point Massage, or go to the Concept CM2 nightclub or continue to shop at another shopping mall, Platinum Mall – a huge wholesale fashion shopping mall in Bangkok.

Day 3 – Partying in Ratchada Nighclubs

Understand the breathtaking Thai culture by visiting the Thailand Cultural Centre in Ratchadaphisek (generally known as ‘Ratchada’). Catch a cultural performance at the amazing Siam Niramit theatre. Alternatively, if you are looking for a rush, you should visit the PTT Speed Way which is the largest indoor go-karting track in Asia. Finally for dinner, visit the Nathong Restaurant for an enormous selection of Thai food, live seafood. While you enjoy the food at Nathong Restaurant, you’ll also enjoy the live band performing at the stage extended to the middle of the pond.

After the dinner, check out one of Bangkok’s top nightlife zones – the Royal City Avenue (RCA). The RCA clubs like Cosmic Cafe, Old Leng, Overtone Music Cave, 808 Nightclub and Route 66 draw all types of crowds and are almost packed every night.

Pad Thai

Day 4 – Bangkok Food Tour

Visit the ravishing area known as Silom on your final day in Bangkok. There are beautiful structures and tourist friendly attractions. The easiest way to get there is by taking a fun ride in the skytrain. Take a stroll and see the world famous Robot Building. The building is best viewed from the skytrain.

Sign up the Historic Bangrak Food Tasting and Culture Tour for some lunch time fun. This 3-hour walking food tour offers a fun way to explore and sample delicious Thai food like a local. Finally, visit the Silom Thai Cooking School. The class is rather cheap and you can show your family your top-class Thai cooking skills.

The best way to escape from the work stress is over a short vacation to Bangkok over the weekend and spend time indulge in body massage and spa services. There are plenty of things to do in Bangkok so when you come back for another visit, you will have a massive amount of different things to do. The unique attractions and beautiful culture will surely make you want to return to the extraordinary city, Bangkok.

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