If you are planning to countdown to New Year 2018 in Bangkok and still don't have a place for that, choose one of these 5 places in Bangkok that are best for counting down to 2018.
Thailand Historical Parks and National Museums will be opened for FREE to everyone from December 30, 2017 to January 2, 2018.
One of the highlights during the festive season at the end of the year in Bangkok is beer gardens. The beer garden is an outdoor space that serves beers, food, music, and good vibes in Thai winter. It is expected to create an atmosphere of celebration and the mood of the party. Thais just love spending time there!
Flying to Krabi International Airport (KBV) is a very convenient option if you are planning to spend your holidays in Krabi province and visit Ao Nang, Railay beaches or islands like Koh Phi Phi, Koh Lanta or Koh Lipe. The only airport of Krabi province is located 15 km from Krabi Town center. The number of international flights received by Krabi International Airport is rising significantly giving you better chances to reach Krabi and its islands without connection in Bangkok.
The information you find online about getting Visa on Arrival at Krabi International Airport might be confusing as it's not included in the official list of Thailand’s Immigration Checkpoints providing facilities for issuance of Visa on Arrival. However, you can get your Visa on Arrival at Krabi International Airport!
Happy moments are coming up with winter holidays at the end of the year. One more place where you can enjoy Christmas Decorations in Bangkok is at Central Chidlom and Central Embassy.
If are traveling to Thailand during your winter holidays, don’t miss a chance to visit the most beautiful Christmas decorations in Bangkok.
The most impressive Christmas celebration spots in the capital of Thailand are:
2018 is coming soon...
If you are looking for a place to take beautiful Christmas lighting photos in the heart of Bangkok, don’t miss seeing giant Christmas decorations in the front yard of Central World shopping mall.