@ Mark Fischer
The Asian megacities,a crossroads of cultures and a time source of inspiration for the ascetic spirituality and wisdom,are now a destination for travelers from around the world in search of diversity and fun,real Eden shopping, where to hunt from the fashionable dress or product technology at affordable prices: shopping malls offer big as countries,dizzy streets,big brands from around the world.
Travelers nostalgic but not storcano nose,gigantic shopping centers are only a small part and go shopping can prove to be an unforgettable experience that gives you access to a colorful world and colorful.As it happens in Bangkok, for example.
The capital city of Thailand has become in a few years a city profile world: the prices of cheap flights to get there ,the strategic location,the multiplicity of beautiful Buddhist temples.Within a few years,Bangkok has grown dramatically becoming a jumble of buildings,markets,squares,streets to four lanes,shopping districts and endless skyscrapers.
If you're planning to stop by a few days,the advice is to spend a day shopping at the wild and alternative. We propose an itinerary that takes five sites not to be missed where to shop in Bangkok.
The sixth largest mall in the world,more than 550, 000 square meters of shopping for a structure that can easily exceed one million square meters in extent.In practice,a world of glittering display cases and hundreds of thousands of products for sale,a shopping site where massive spill rivers of people in search of opportunity,or final output.Called World Trade Center at birth,in 1990,the shopping center has undergone a series of changes and improvements-remaining closed for several months in 2005-becoming Central World.Defined by compulsive shopping "one of the most exciting places in the world where to shop, " there is great fashion brand or manufacturer of hi-tech enterprise that is not present.Cinemas,restaurants,bars,ice cream shops,all built ad hoc to make the day of the visitor experience and saturated with temptation.
How to get there: located in Pathum Wan district and is easily accessible via BTS Skytrain (stops Chit Lom and Siam stations) and boat Khlong Saen Saep Express Boat ,which stops five minutes walk from the shopping paradise.
Dubbed "the market of markets",previously known only among insiders,has become a popular place for tourists to Bangkok,the place that you would not visit.Located in an area of 35 acres,Chatuchak has more than 15, 000 different stalls.Each weekend (from Friday evening until Sunday evening) more than 200, 000 people flock here to buy and find the real opportunity: one of the reasons why the market is so popular is that everything is taken for granted.Pay attention to the quality of the goods is proposed that,if you come here to be worth at least half a day.Not only clothes,ceramics,furniture and food,but also books,art and vintage items.The true eye of the tourist business will not get lost in the midst of this frenzy of trade but do not be discouraged,there is a system for orientation: every street within the market is numbered (1 soi,soi 2,soi 3) for a total of 27 within the market.It is not a division by type of goods - you will find all kinds of products in all the way-but will definitely give you a hand to find yourself and figure out where the hell you are finished.
How to get there: you can reach Chatuchak by taking the BTS Skytrain,Mo Chit bus station,or subway (MRT) station or stop Chatuchak Park Kamphaeng Phet.The cheapest way but a little 'slow because of the traffic is to take the bus,stop Talad Chatuchak.
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A perfect time to go.2006-12-26 18:04:52 by mjksausalito
Youre going at the best time. I was in seasia for three months earlier this year (Jan-Mar).
A few suggestios:
Definitely fly in out of Bangkok. Its the cheapest place to get to and is the hub for the entire region.
Buying place and bus tickets is very easy anywhere in asia. You will see travel agencies all over the place that cater to the backpack/budget traveler. Another... into Myanmar. I was there for 3 weeks and found the people to be the sweetest I have ever met. It was a definite highlight. However, I must say that it is not a thrill-seekers paradise.
Sorry if this was a bit disjointed.
My final suggestion is the most important: PACK LIGHT. Every place you stay can do your laundry for cheap and you will want to buy clothes everywhere.
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