Some nights in Bangkok

“One night in Bangkok and your world, the song claims from the musical chess of 1986, which is literally true: a fascinating blend of traditional and modern city, the 253-year-old city is famous for not only ancient cultural treasures and impressive contemporary nightlife, but a culinary adventure that It has made it among the major tourist hotspots in the world today.

Due to the huge number of cheap hotels in Bangkok – special attention to the Yaowarat Road area in Chinatown – as well as the strength of the Australian dollar, it is now time to book your best deal to the capital, whose Thai name translates almost as "Angels City, Great City, City" The eternal jewel, the emerging city of God Indra, the world's great capital, gifted with nine precious jewels, is a happy city, abounding in a huge royal palace resembling a heavenly house where the incarnate God reigns, a city that Indra introduced and built by Vishnukarma.

But you can call it "City of Angels" for a short time. Fun fact: Since 2007, Bangkok has been a sister city of Brisbane and Sydney.

After settling down in your choice of Bangkok hotels – from luxurious accommodations to trendy breakfasts in Kluen Chit, Watana and Khulong Toi – it's time to set an agenda. Luckily for the April visitor, the middle of the month (13-15) means the Bangkok Songkran Festival, a celebration of the traditional Thai New Year, which, according to a promotional website, is characterized by "enthusiastic bouts of falling water between friends and relatives." After the traditional bathing rituals of revered Buddha from all over the country – well, copied copies, anyway – you can participate in many cultural performances interspersed with demonstrations of traditional preparations for food and desert.

Once you have exhausted your interest in many temples, temples or monasteries, it's time to shop. Head to one of many legendary markets to get everything from products to high-end luxury products. While Pratunam and Patpong Night markets are the most tourism-oriented, the only Chatuchak on weekends is the largest in the country.

Try shopping on the water itself: Taling Chan Floating Market offers fish, fruits and vegetables sold by boat, as well as daily performances of traditional Thai music.

All this spending makes a person hungry: "Ken Cao Yang Street?" One might ask, or "Have you eaten?" For cheap and cheerful Thai dining, try the backpacker-friendly Banglamphu section, while Phahurat Restaurant serves traditional Indian cuisine and Yaowarat, the city's most authentic Chinese cuisine. Siam Square, Sukjumvit Road, Silom and Soi Lang Suan serve a wide range of international cuisine.

Finally, Bangkok's legendary nightlife evening can include various Thai bars, massage parlors, karaoke joints and discos. To pick up a page of the rules of the game in Las Vegas, what happens in Bangkok stays in Bangkok.

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