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Booking a place to stay in Bangkok is the first step when planning your trip in Thailand – and where you stay will define much about your overall experience. That's the reason why we advise you to have a look at our selection of quality budget hotels in Bangkok. You always find the right hotel room for you on ZEN Rooms ranging from Budget to Premium rooms. And once you find what you are looking for booking can be made safely and easily on the website within minutes. So that you can focus on what you want to see and experience in the Thailand's capital.

Cheap hotels Bangkok

As Thailand’s capital, and with a population of over eleven million people, Bangkok is one of the country’s best places to experience a brilliant blend of cosmopolitan culture and interesting history. The city also offers no shortage of options when it comes to shopping; providing choices for all types of travelers. Not only that, but Bangkok s nightlife is known the world over and should certainly not be overlooked.


Main attractions in Bangkok

Some of the best attractions in Bangkok are for the intrepid shopper. The city offers markets from which you can buy almost anything. Check out the Chatuchak Market, where over 8,000 stalls sell nearly anything and everything you can think of. If you’re on a budget, or you’re backpacking, Khaosan road is probably the best choice. Here, where you can pick up basically anything you could need and for budget prices.If you’re looking for some more traditional shopping, visit Siam Paragon to see the third largest shopping center in Thailand. Another option is Bangkok’s Centralworld, this one being the largest lifestyle shopping center in Bangkok. If you want to see some examples of Thai culture and history, take a trip to Rattanakosin and visit Wat Pho, most likely the largest reclining Buddha statue in the world. Right next door to this is Thailand’s Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew, the most sacred temple in Thailand.


Neighbourhoods in Bangkok

If you’ve come to Bangkok, you should make an effort to get involved with the nightlife. Known the world over, one of the best neighbourhoods to do this in is Silom. Silom has two identities; by day it’s the cities dull and unenergetic financial district, but by night it becomes one of Bangkok’s premier party neighbourhoods. Another great neighbourhood to exploring the city s nightlife is Sukhumvit. Usually only visited by tourists, expats and upper-class locals, Sukhumvit is filled with high-quality hotels, expensive restaurants and exclusive nightclubs. If you’re less into partying and more into shopping, Pratunam offers a large fashion market with the guarantee of cheap prices. You can also catch a great view of the city from the Baiyoke Tower II Observatory and Revolving Roof deck.


How to get around in Bangkok

  • Getting from Suvarnabhumi airport and into the city isn’t too much trouble.
  • Use the Airport Rail Link Express line: 150 baht (4USD) will get you into the city in only 15 minutes.
  • Follow the signs in the airport terminal to buy a ticket.
  • Alternatively, a taxi will cost around 250 - 400 baht (7-11USD) and take 40+ minutes.
  • Getting around is easy with the city s “Skytrain”.
  • Can pay upfront, 550 baht (16USD) for 25 trips.
  • Buses are also frequently available but can be slower than the Skytrain due to traffic.


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Events in Bangkok

A colourful place with a variety of culture. There’s never a shortage of interesting events to attend. Sight seeing, culture exploration, or experiencing local habitats you can always find something for everybody.

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