Experience Bangkok travel without luggage burden. Traveling in Bangkok is convenient and comfortable even for the first timer. Here are some tips, guide and things to do in the Big Mango.
- What you will need
- Flight tickets
- Currency Exchange
- Cultural issues
1.What you will need for entry
While some nationalities may receive 30-day visa exemption on arrival at international airports, such as Suvarnabhumi (BKK) and Don Mueang (DMK) International airport, or 15-day one at land border, the others should apply 60-day tourist visa in residence country or check if they can be granted visa on arrival. Make sure your passport is valid at least for 6 months upon arrival.
Low cost carriers, such as Thai AirAsia and Nok Air, don’t mean they’re cheap! Full service carriers, such as Bangkok Airways and Thai Airways, however, are good choices for comfortable air travel. Besides Bangkok travel, travelers have various choices for destinations such as beaches, mountains, heritage, natural sights and countryside. Tips for flights involves purchasing suitable weight package and sales channels. Wish you good luck and get a deal!
In Bangkok, travelers have various choices, ranging from 10 USD to 1,000 USD per night, from more than 2,000 hotels. Enjoy the holidays with the easiest and most comfortable way. AIRPORTELs serve same-day luggage delivery service at ALL the hotels in Bangkok with booking in advance, while you may easily enjoy the service by staying with AIRPORTELs partners.
Things just don’t go easy for first timer, as there are several recommended dealers for currency exchange in Bangkok. Good news is that some of them are near to the popular attractions! You may visit the place without making a detour.
No one can really get rid of the internet nowadays! Who doesn’t want to stay connected and show your friends how happy you are. Though hotels and cafés in Bangkok provide free Wi-Fi, it’s better for you to have your own internet source! In the internet guide and tips, local tourist sim card, pocket Wi-Fi, global sim card will be introduced.
To make your Bangkok travel more comfortable, you could choose to have limousine or take taxi all the time. However, keep the notorious traffic jam in Bangkok in mind. On the other hand, you can follow the local way to get transferred with the waterway or bus. Take a look at the guide and tips of transportation for Bangkok travel.
7.Applications and gears
Be smart when you are traveling! Though Thai people are friendly and nice, you may face the awkward moments with miscommunication. I know it could be fun, but it can also be annoying or even dangerous. We select some nice apps and have some tips!
Thai culture is very unique. As experiencing is one of the topics you shouldn’t miss, you may learn some stories before starting travel. Lead your own journey, and show your friends how smart you are 😉