New Thailand eVisa on Arrival (eVOA) service was launched by the Immigration Bureau of Thailand in partnership with VFS Global on 14 February 2019. To our great disappointment, new eVisa service doesn't offer much more added value than the old E-Visa Thailand (E-VoA) does. Contrary, the new Thailand eVisa by VFS Global is even more expensive that the old one!
Are you looking for the best place to stay in Bangkok? Here are our recommendations that should help you discover the best neighborhoods in Bangkok and decide where you should stay on your trip to the capital of Thailand.
If you don't know where to stay in Bangkok, we would highly recommend you to choose one of these amazing Bangkok hotels with rooftop & infinity pools to take a dip whilst admiring the bird's eye view of the stunning Bangkok skyline.
If you are planning a romantic evening for your lover on the Valentine's Day 2019 in Thailand’s capital, there are many romantic restaurants to choose from for the celebration of Valentine's Day in Bangkok.
Bangkok dinner cruise along the Chao Phraya River is a MUST DO experience when you are visiting Bangkok. During your dinner cruise you will have an opportunity to enjoy the beauty of Thai capital’s stunning scenery and famous historical sites such as the Royal Grand Palace & Wat Pra Kaew (Temple of Emerald Buddha), Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn), Bangkhunprom Palace, Kanlayanamitr Temple and the Rama VIII Bridge while floating on the river, sipping drinks and enjoying food on board.
Thailand National Children's Day is celebrated every year on the second Saturday of January. This year the National Children’s Day is on January 12, 2019. In Thailand known as “Wan Dek”, Children’s Day is celebrated with the aim to give children the opportunity to have fun and create awareness about their significant role in the development of the country.
Bangkok Mass Transit Authority (BMTA) operating most of public buses in Bangkok has announced a statement of the resolution which was approved by the Central Land Transport Committee (CLTC) meeting No. 10/2561 on December 14, 2018 and confirmed a decision to increase Bangkok public bus fares in 2019.