The Emquartier and Emporium shopping malls are located at 643 Sukhumvit Rd. in the Watthana district of Bangkok. These shopping malls are another good place in Bangkok for catching wonderful memories and celebrate the end of this year.
Public Bus in Bangkok is still rarely used by tourists. However, even if Taxi in Bangkok is not expensive and very easy to find, using Bangkok’s public transport is a cheaper and funnier option which let you enjoy much more local traveling experience.
The Royal Crematorium for His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej, called Phra Merumas (Golden Crematorium) in Thai, is where the Royal Urn was placed on the pyre (Phra Chittakathan) for the cremation. It was built as a temporary construction on Sanam Luang, in the middle of the historical centre of Bangkok, for cremating His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej.
If you’re a citizen of one of the eligible countries such as China or India, you can obtain your Thailand Visa on Arrival at one of many Thailand’s international airports, harbours and land border crossings issuing Visa on Arrival. You can also apply for Thailand Visa on Arrival online.
Bangkok Visa on Arrival can be issued at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) which is the main travel hub of Thailand. There’s a big chance that you will enter the country and start your Thailand trip at the main airport of Bangkok. In such a case, you can apply for Visa on Arrival here as Suvarnabhumi Airport is one of Immigration Checkpoints providing facilities for issuance of Thai Visa on Arrival.
If your time in Bangkok is limited but you still want to experience real Thai shopping at one of the floating markets in Thailand, Taling Chan Floating Market can be an easy choice. We would suggest you to visit it if you are staying in Bangkok on the weekend.
When you are planning a trip to Thailand, don't forget to install 10 best apps for Thailand travel on your smartphone as these apps can be very useful during your stay in the "land of smiles".
Super Rich is the name you should know when searching for the best foreign exchange rates at Suvarnabhumi Airport. You are going to use cash on your trip to Thailand quite often, as it's still a prefered and quite often the only payment option for most local small businesses. Only local currency (Thai baht - THB) is accepted in Thailand, so using ATM or currency exchange are your options of getting some cash.
Bangkok MRT (Metropolitan Rapid Transit) is one more addition to the public transport system of the bustling Asian metropolis. Conveniently connected with other mass transit systems, MRT is a convenient way to travel around Bangkok as this metro system helps to escape busy traffic in Thailand’s capital. MRT links central Bangkok with important areas of the city making it very useful for exploring Bangkok.