OnedayOnetravel vous propose un itinéraire de voyage de rêve en Thaïlande. Entre la mégalopole Bangkok, les temples de Ayutthaya et de Sukothai, la rencontre avec les singes à Lopburi, l'immersion dans la culture thailandaise à Chiang Mai ou encore Kanchanaburi et la farniente sur les plages de Koh Tao, ce circuit vous fera découvrir les merveilles du pays du sourire en 8 étapes inoubliables. Today, the travel blog OnedayOnetravel offers a route dream trip to Thailand. Between the Bangkok metropolis, the temples of Ayutthaya and Sukhothai, the encounter with the monkeys in Lopburi, immersion in Thai culture in Chiang Mai or Kanchanaburi and relaxing on the beaches of Koh Tao, this tour you will discover the wonders of the land of smiles in 8 steps unforgettable. . Visit our itinerary trip to Thailand .
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Bangkok, known as the "Venice of the East" is a must when traveling in South East Asia. Many begin their journey with a visit to this city, others calling in the middle or at the end of their holiday. This metropolis is rich culturally and humanly. There is plenty to do in Bangkok For a first visit to Asia, visiting this city is perfect before starting a route in the region. We offer through this travel guide sites worth visiting in Bangkok, how to get around this huge city, and other tips.
When you discover Bangkok for the first time, it is not a city but a world that is discovered. Cooking odors, the bustling life, smiles, electrical plugs and son make this megalopolis a unique place on the planet.
01. The temples
Wat Arun temple is one of the key temples in Bangkok. Check out our full article on Wat Arun.
Wat Pho is one of the largest and oldest Buddhist temples in Bangkok. It houses the famous reclining Buddha. Check out our full article on the Wat Pho .
02. Khao San Road
This is the popular tourist area with souvenir shops, T-shirts, CDs, etc ... fast food and restaurants lining the street. This is the area where many guesthouses are touvent. This street certainly generates more money per square meter than any other street in Thailand!
03. Shopping and Markets
Visit the Siam Square district. Siam is a neighborhood with many and gigantic malls ranging from the chic to the most cheap connected together by bridges overlooking the congested streets of Bangkok. Everything is excessive. For shopping, you'll be spoiled for choice for your shopping. If you are looking to do good business, MBK shopping center is a must address. With its countless cheap and international stands stores, you can spend the day in this huge place, but also in nearby shops. The Emporium Mall is one of the smartest.
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Try Bangkok Air's pass2007-02-07 13:41:58 by embarcadero1
It's called the discovery pass and you have to get it through a travel agent in the US before you leave.
It won't take you to Vietnam -but will take you all over Thailand and to Cambodia - either Siem Reap or Phnom Penh.
One suggestion - why not narrow it down to tw...more relaxed and have a chance to see more.
If you want a really chilled-out island, my suggestion is koh yao. You can get their by boat from either Krabi or Phuket.
If you do go to Phnom Penh, be sure and take the Khmer architectural tour - you can arrange for a private guide even if they don't have a tour on. This was one of the highlights of my trip to SE Asia: /
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