Welcome to our latest BANGKOK TRAVEL GUIDE with sample itinerary, budget breakdown and tips on finding budget-friendly Bangkok tours, hotels, and attractions.
If backpacking were a college degree, Bangkok would have to be the 101 course.
Not only is Bangkok the the most visited city in the world, it also considered the global epicenter of backpacking culture. The famed Banana Pancake Trail, perhaps Asia’s most used travel route, often starts and ends in the Thai capital. No shock there, given that it sits at the heart of mainland Southeast Asia, boasts affordable prices, serves delicious local cuisine, and is home to some of the most hospitable people you’ll ever meet. Best of all, even during the pandemic, it remains tourist-friendly.
We have just arrived from our ninth — yes, 9th — Bangkok visit, and in this article, we’ll share with you all the tips and latest updates we’ve collected.
Before we dive into the details, here’s a list of links to some of our recommended hotels, tours, attractions, and other must-haves, for easy reference in the future.
Top Bangkok Hotels
Top Day Tours on Klook
WHAT’S COVERED IN THIS GUIDE?
Bangkok is the capital and the commercial, economic, and political center of Thailand. The name Bangkok is an exonym, something that foreigners use. Thais call it Krung Thep (meaning City of Angels), short for its official name Krung Thep Maha Nakhon, which is also a shortened version of its full, ceremonial name: Krung Thep Mahanakhon Amon Rattanakosin Mahinthara Ayuthaya Mahadilok Phop Noppharat Ratchathani Burirom Udomratchaniwet Mahasathan Amon Piman Awatan Sathit Sakkathattiya Witsanukam Prasit.
At first glance, Bangkok appears as your typical highly-urbanized metropolis, but a closer look reveals it remains very much in touch with its past. The city’s roots as the capital can be traced back to 1782, when King Rama I, after the fall of Ayutthaya in 1767, ordered the people to move south and establish a new center at a more militarily strategic location along the Chao Phraya River. Many of Bangkok’s most visited attractions today were built under King Rama I, including the Grand Palace complex and the other temples that will be discussed in the guide.
Here are a few more facts you need to know:
Bangkok is a vast city, and many of the key attractions are spread apart. Thankfully, there are also plenty of neighborhoods that are ideal places to stay. What’s best depends on why you’re in Bangkok in the first place.
All these areas are conveniently located because there are BTS/MRT stations nearby. Well, almost. The only exception is KHAO SAN / BANGLAMPHU, which is a 30-minute walk away from the nearest BTS Station (Sam Yot). But Khao San is close to a pier, where you can board a boat to get to key attractions along Chao Phraya River. Other than that, tuktuk and taxi are the main transportation options to and from Khao San. That said, I can still recommend staying there, especially if you wish to have a taste of Bangkok’s backpacking culture.
If you prefer to stay somewhere easily accessible, the SILOM and SIAM areas are my top recommendations. Both have a number of BTS/MRT stations and offer a little bit of every thing that the other districts have to offer — good food, shopping, and nightlife.
Here are some of the top-reviewed hostels and budget hotels on Agoda that won’t break the bank:
If you have a bigger budget, here are the top properties on Agoda:
Bangkok is one of the busiest and most connected cities in the world. If you’re living in a major city, chances are, there’s a direct flight from where you are to Bangkok.
The city is served by two airports:
If you’re flying from Manila, it’s easy to find direct, non-stop flights to Bangkok as multiple airlines operate this route. As of this writing, here are your options:
TO SUVARNABHUMI AIRPORT (BKK)
TO DON MUEANG AIRPORT (DMK)
Travel time: 3.5 to 4 hours.
For our most recent visit, we flew with Philippine Airlines for many reasons:
To compare ticket prices, you may search Skyscanner!
Just in case you missed it, Bangkok has two airports: Don Mueang Airport (DMK), located 25 km north of the city center, and the new Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK), 30 km west of the city center.
We’ll be creating a more detailed guide about this. But here’s a condensed rundown of the ways to get to downtown Bangkok from either airport.
The AIRPORT RAIL LINK is the fastest way to get to the city proper because you’ll be dodging Bangkok’s infamous traffic jams. You can find the station at the basement of the airport’s passenger terminal. There’s a train every 15 minutes from 6am to 12 midnight (every 10 minutes within the peak hours).
It’s connected to the city’s BTS Skytrain at two stations: Makkasan (฿35) and Phayathai (฿45), the last station. Travel time: around 25 minutes.
Depending on where your hotel is located, you can switch lines.
If you’re a group or if you have heavy luggage in tow, consider taking a cab or book a Grab car straight from the airport (especially if you’ll be staying Khao San area). If you opt for a taxi, always insist on using the meter.
Travel time: 45 minutes to 1 hour
Fare: around ฿400
Airport surcharge: ฿50
Highway toll fees: ฿75
฿530 and ฿600, inclusive of toll fee or highway fee. This is based on the experience of our team.
According to reports, the Don Mueang Airport was finally connected to Bangkok’s train network in August 2022. I say “according to reports” because we haven’t tried this ourselves yet.
From the airport, you can walk to the Don Mueang Station, along the SRT Dark Red Line. Board the train bound for Bang Sue and alight there, at the last stop. Transfer to the MRT Blue Line.
If, for whatever reason, you do not like taking the train straight from Don Mueang Airport, you can also take the bus and the switch to BTS/MRT. And follow the steps above.
There are direct buses from Don Mueang Airport to select destinations around Bangkok.
Fare: ฿30-50, depending on route
To see the complete list of stops, visit this page.
If you want a more straightforward journey, consider taking a cab or book a Grab car straight from the airport (especially if you’ll be staying Khao San area).
Travel time: 45 minutes to 1 hour, depending on traffic
Fare: around ฿540 (including ฿50 airport surcharge)
If you opt for a taxi, always insist on using the meter.
This is the cheapest and most convenient option. Klook has two main options: TrueMove and dTac. Both offer:
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If your phone is locked to your home network or you have more devices to connect, you can rent a pocket wifi. You’ll find many wifi rental booths around Bangkok, but if you want to stay connected from the get-go, you can reserve one in advance via Klook and just pick it up at the airport, either at Don Muang Airport or Suvarnabhumi Airport.
If you’re coming from Manila, you can also get one at NAIA Terminal 3. Either way, they can accommodate up to five devices at one.
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The Thais have their own address system and first timers in Bangkok can be easily disoriented. Wikitravel explains it really well: “Large roads such as Silom or Sukhumvit are thanon while the side streets branching off from them are called soi. Sois are numbered, with even numbers on one side and odd numbers on the other side. Thus, an address like 25 Sukhumvit Soi 3 means house number 25 on the 3rd soi of Sukhumvit Road.”
Although it is not as sweat-free as in Hong Kong or Singapore, commuting in Bangkok is quite easy. Vehicular traffic can get crazy during rush hour though. But if you’re used to the giant parking lot that runs across Manila called EDSA, you’ll be fine in Bangkok (or any other Southeast Asian city for that matter).
Getting around via public transportation means using one or more of these four modes:
Before we enumerate the many attractions waiting for you in Bangkok, allow us to introduce KLOOK PASS BANGKOK & PATTAYA. This ticket will give you up to 45% discount. The pass is valid for 30 days upon confirmation.
How it works is simple. With this pass, you’ll have access to a number of attractions. You get to choose how many and what these attractions will be. The first step is to choose how many attractions you want your pass to cover and purchase the pass. Once paid, you can go to the BOOKING section or your app or account, and redeem it. Say, if you purchase a 3-attraction pass, you can book up to 3 attractions from the list. Some attractions might also require you to reserve afterwards.
Here are the attractions in Bangkok and Phuket that you may choose from:
✅ CHECK RATES & GET PASS HERE!
How much you save depends on what you book. Regardless of the attractions you use it on, the price of the pass remains the same. So what we recommend is to use this pass on pricey attractions.
Here are examples on how you could save using this pass:
If you’re fit and you enjoy walking, you’ll be glad to know that many of the city’s key attractions are located within walking distance of each other. For example, Bangkok’s most popular temples and shrines, Chinatown, and even Siriraj Forensic Museum are easily accessible from the Chao Phraya River and can be easily visited in one day.
How to get there: If you’re from Silom, Siam or Sukhumvit areas, take the train to Saphan Taksin Station. Take Exit 2, and walk to the boat terminal. Buy a ticket and board a boat to either Tha Thien or Tha Chang. Boat fare is ฿30 if you board the tourist boat or ฿15 if orange-flag boat.
Here are the usual stops:
Dress Code: The rule is to have your shoulders, knees, and heels covered. The following are not allowed:
The management used to rent out pants to inadequately dressed tourists, but perhaps because of the pandemic, they only sell those now for ฿200 apiece.
Although it’s completely possible to pull this off DIY style, it’s still much more recommended to join a guided tour so you have better appreciation of each site. These are historic and cultural landmarks that hold so much significance for the Thai people. You can book a guided tour on Klook, which includes all entrance fees, boat transfer fee, insurance, and the service of an English-speaking guide.
✅ CHECK ITINERARY & BOOK HERE!
Aside from its ornate spires and temples, Bangkok is also best known for its floating markets. But the truth is, these boat-navigated markets are actually located outside the capital. Two of the most accessible are:
A visit entails boarding a small boat as you negotiate the market canals. All you need to do is sit back, relax, and buy whenever you spot something you like. Plenty of food options, too!
Another market that has been attracting throngs of tourists is the Marklong Railway Market. Yes, railway, because it’s set up along the train tracks. And when a train chugs along, watch and be amazed by how the vendors make way for it. You can also spend an hour chilling at a railway cafe.
Klook has tours that combine Maeklong Railway Market with either Damnoen or Amphawa Market — your choice. There are several departure times available so choose the most convenient for you.
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At 314 meters tall, King Power Mahanakhon is one of Thailand’s tallest buildings, housing a hotel, residential units and tourist attractions. From the outside, it looks like a pixelated skyscraper, a design that easily captivates. Inside, a multimedia elevator will take you to the highest outdoor observation deck in the country, allowing a magnificent view of Bangkok and surrounding areas.
But most visitors are here for the Skywalk. Atop the building is an area with a glass floor that you may walk on, creating a nerve-wracking but pretty mind-blowing experience. glass tray experience called Skywalk.
You need to wear the shoe covers provided onsite before you’re allowed to step on it. And mobile phones (and other loose items) are NOT allowed within the glass tray area. This means that you won’t be able to take a selfie while on the glass. If you’re after photos, best to visit with someone else. Or if you’re traveling alone, make friends with other solo visitors and just take photos of each other.
Location: 114 1 Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra Road, Bang Rak, Bangkok
Nearest Station: Chong Nonsi BTS Station
Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday, 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM (Mahanakhon SkyWalk);
Entrance Fee: Mahanakhon SkyWalk (Indoor & Rooftop) – Adult, ฿836; Child (3-15 y/o), ฿250; Senior (Above 60 y/o), ฿250.
Only a limited number of tickets are sold per day, so it’s best to book in advance. You can reserve online via Klook! You can also check out other Mahanakhon experience package options and choose the one that suits your preference.
✅ RESERVE A TICKET HERE!
No Bangkok trip is complete without getting a taste of its (in)famous nightlife. We already mentioned Khao San Road, the backpacker mecca. It is crowded, loud, and wild. Thunderous music from nightclubs and the delicious smell of street food fill the air, while tourists fill every vacant seat, table and corner.
Aside from Khao San, Bangkok has several other nightlife districts! Most clubs and bars are safe, but as in any other major city, not all. Scams targeting tourists do exist at some establishments. You’ve probably heard about tourists entering a bar and then not being allowed to leave without paying a hefty price for a ridiculously overpriced drink.
If you want to try Bangkok nightlife and make sure you’re in good hands, you may join a guided tour. Klook has two main options: a bar hopping tour, more like a pub crawl, and a Hangover tour, where you get to visit the bars featured in The Hangover 2 movie (including a ping pong show)!
✅ JOIN HANGOVER TOUR HERE!
✅ BOOK BAR HOPPING TOUR HERE!
Bangkok has its fair share of theme parks, too! And on top of that list is Dream World, a 25-hectare adventure park featuring over 40 rides, shows, and other attractions, spread around four key zones!
Some of the most popular rides are the cable car, Sky Coaster (rollercoaster), Tornado, Vikings (pendulum ride), and Grand Canyon (water rapids)!
Opening Hours: Monday – Friday, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM; Saturday – Sunday, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM. The schedule might change, so it’s best to check updated opening hours before going.
Location: 62 Moo 1, Rangsit-Ongkharak Road (Km.7), Thanyaburi, Pathum Thani
How to Get to Dream World: From Victory Monument BTS Station, take Bus No. 523 or 538 to Dream World.
Dream World is very popular even among locals, so you might want to book your ticket in advance to skip the line. You may also add transfers.
✅ GET SKIP-THE-LINE TICKETS HERE!
The Siam Amazing Park is the largest theme park in Thailand and is home to the largest wave pool in the world (according to the Guinness World Records). Aside from that, you can also enjoy exhilarating rides including Southeast Asia’s first suspended looping coaster with five inversions and the 7-story water slides.
Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM. The schedule might change, so it’s best to check updated opening hours before going.
Entrance Fee: Adult, ฿1000; Child, ฿850; Children below 101cm, FREE.
Location: 203 Suan Sayam Road, Khan Na Yao, Bangkok
How to Get There: From Victory Monument BTS Station, head towards Ko Din Daeng Bus Stop via the circular skywalk, then take Bus No. 168 or 36ก to Siam Amazing Park.
Visitors must purchase their tickets at least one day in advance. You can book online via Klook! You can also choose the package — combine your ticket with an international lunch buffet or combine it with both lunch and shared transfer.
✅ GET DISCOUNTED TICKET HERE!
Founded in the 1350s, Ayutthaya was Siam’s old capital before it was destroyed by the Burmese. Today, however, parts of its glorious past still shine through, especially at the Ayutthaya Historical Park, where four major temples stand up to this day: Wat Mahathat, Wat Phra Ram, Wat Phra Si Sanphet, and Wat Ratchaburana – the Royal Palace and Wiharn Phra Mongkol Bophit. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991.
Lying about 80 km from Bangkok, it is easily accessible and can be visited on a day trip. You can do this independently by taking public transportation and then hiring a tuktuk to tour you around. (We’ll write a separate post about it.) But if you need a guide and you want someone else to take care of everything for you, you can book with Klook.
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Pattaya is another popular day trip destination from Bangkok, thanks mainly to its proximity, just around 150 km and roughly 2.5 hours away. The closest major beach destination to the capital, it is best known for water sports, island tours, and beach activities. But it also harbors some cultural structures like Wat Phra Yai Temple and the Sanctuary of Truth.
Jump-Off Point: Bangkok Eastern Bus Terminal/Ekkamai Bus Terminal or Mo Chit Bus Terminal (Bus); Hua Lamphong Railway Station (Train)
How to Get to Pattaya: By bus, go to Bangkok Eastern Bus Terminal, then take the bus bound for Pattaya. The travel time is about two and a half hours. The one-way fare is ฿130-200 per person. By train, go to Hua Lamphong Station and get on a train to Pattaya. The travel time is 2-3 hours, depending on the type of train. The fare is ฿30-฿300, depending on the ticket class. The train for Pattaya normally leaves early in the morning — around 6:00 AM.
If you want a convenient roundtrip transfer between Bangkok and Pattaya, you can just join a guided tour. Klook offers Pattaya Beach and Koh Larn Coral Island Full Day Tour from Bangkok. This covers roundtrip transfers, an English-speaking guide, a Sanctuary of Truth ticket, insurance, and bottled water.
✅ CHECK RATES OR RESERVE HERE!
If you’ve ever wanted to witness a live muay thai match, there’s no better place to make that happen than Bangkok! The two common venues are:
You can secure your slot in advance and get discounted ticket by booking online through Klook!
✅ GET LUMPINI STADIUM MATCH TICKET HERE!
✅ GET RAJADAMNERN STADIUM MATCH TICKET HERE!
Here are some of the best areas to satiate your inner shopaholic! We’ll be creating a separate, more detailed article about these spots in another post.
We’ll be creating a more detailed version of this article soon. But in the meantime, here’s a quick rundown of our favorite places to eat in Bangkok.
Below is the list of the prices of common items that you will need for a comfortable budget stay in Bangkok! Bear in mind that the figures are in Thai Baht.
FAST FOOD & CONVENIENCE STORE
TOURS (with Transfers)
Here’s a sample itinerary that you may use. We stayed much longer, but if you have only an extended weekend to spend in Bangkok, here’s something to consider.
Note that this itinerary assumes that you’re a party of 2, splitting some of the costs, and that you’re staying at a hotel in Siam, close to BTS National Stadium Station. Feel free to adjust here and there to match your hotel location, flight schedule, and your travel preferences.
DAY 1: MAHANAKHON SKYWALK & JEH-O-CHULA
01:00 PM – Arrival in Bangkok
– Pickup Data SIM Card & Rabbit Card
02:30 PM – Train to Phaya Thai Station ฿45
– Transfer to BTS to Siam, ฿25
03:00 PM – Walk to your hotel, check in, freshen up
04:00 PM – Train to BTS Chong Nonsi Station, ฿28
04:15 PM – Mahanakhon Skywalk, ฿836, Book here!
– Chill and wait until sunset
07:00 PM – Train to BTS National Stadium, ฿28
07:15 PM – Walk to Jeh-O Chula
07:30 PM – Eat tom yum set at Jeh-O Chula, ฿350/pax, Reserve here!!
09:00 PM – Walk or train to Siam, ฿22
09:30 PM – Back to hotel, lights out
DAY 2: DIY TEMPLES TOUR & KHAO SAN ROAD
07:00am – Wake up call
08:00am – Train to BTS Saphan Taksin Station, ฿37
08:30am – Walk to Sathorn Pier
08:45am – Board orange-flag boat, ฿15
09:15am – Get off at N9 Tha Chang Pier
09:30am – Grand Palace Complex, ฿500
10:00am – FREE Tour at Temple of Emerald Buddha
11:00am – Lunch, ฿100
12:00pm – FREE shuttle to Sala Chalermkrung Royal Theatre
01:00pm – Khon Performance (included in Palace ticket)
01:45pm – Walk to Wat Pho
02:00pm – Wat Pho, ฿200
03:30pm – Boat to the other side of the river, ฿5
03:45pm – Explore Wat Arun, ฿100
05:00pm – Boat to the other side (Tha Thien*), ฿5
05:15pm – Boat to N13 Phra Arthit, ฿15
05:40pm – Walk to Khao San Road
06:00pm – Dinner & drinks at Khao San, ฿400
09:00pm – Taxi/grab to Silom, ฿100/pax
*Note: Tha Thien/Tha Tian Pier is temporarily closed for renovation, as of Dec 2022. For now, you may walk all the way back to Tha Chang and catch the boat to Phra Arthit Pier.
DAY 3: FLOATING MARKET DAY TOUR
07:00am – Wake up call
07:15am – BTS to Siam Station, ฿15
09:30am – Floating/Railway Market Tour ฿1356, Book here!
Additional food budget: ฿250/pax
Tour guide tip: ฿50/pax
06:20pm – Dinner: ฿120
09:30pm – BTS to hotel, ฿15
10:00pm – Back to hotel, lights out
Day 4: SHOPPING, DEPARTURE
A: If this falls on a weekend
08:00am – Wake up call, check out, leave bags
08:40am – BTS to Chatuchak Park Station, ฿42
09:00am – Shop at Chatuchak Market
11:00am – Lunch at Moo Yang Mae Sumontha, ฿120
11:30am – Continue shopping
02:00 PM – BTS back to hotel, ฿42
02:20pm – Back to hotel, pick up bags
02:50pm – BTS to Phaya Thai Station ฿25
– Transfer to ARL to Suvarnabhumi Airport, ฿45
03:30 PM – Flight check in
06:45 PM – Flight out
B: If this falls on a weekday
08:00am – Wake up call, check out, leave bags
08:40am – BTS+ARL to Ratchaprapop Station
09:00am – Platinum + Palladium Malls
11:30 AM – Lunch at Kuang Heng Chicken Rice, ฿120
12:30pm – Continue shopping in Pratunam
02:00 PM – ARL+BTS back to hotel
02:20pm – Back to hotel, pick up bags
02:50pm – BTS to Phaya Thai Station ฿25
– Transfer to ARL to Suvarnabhumi Airport, ฿45
03:30 PM – Flight check in
06:45 PM – Flight out
If you follow this Bangkok itinerary, prepare to shell out ฿5000 (USD 144, EUR 136, SGD 195, PHP 7950), excluding airfare and hotel but including a bit of allowance for wiggle room and to make up for any possible price adjustments and incidental expenses.
If you spend TH฿600 per night per person on accommodations, the same itinerary will cost you TH฿6800 (USD 197, EUR 185, SGD 264, PHP 10,800), excluding airfare but with some allowance to cover adjustments and incidental expenses.
(If you’re coming from the Philippines, it doesn’t include the PHP1650 travel tax yet.)
None. The Thai government has lifted COVID-19 restrictions for tourists. Travelers are only required to present the usual border requirements like passport (and visa if applicable).
That said, the airline may ask for a vaccination ID. On our most recent trip in November, we flew with different airlines. While Thai Airways did not ask to see any proof of vaccination, Philippine Airlines (PAL) asked my teammates for their vaccination card/certificate, and they complied. I’m not sure if that’s official airline policy or what would have happened if they didn’t have it, but they did ask.
But because health policies change fast especially these extraordinary times, please double check the latest rules with the Thai authorities and the airline before your trip.
Yes, Bangkok is generally safe and tourist-friendly. Of course, you should still use common sense at all times, and don’t flash your gadgets in the open or leave your valuables unattended.
My only frustration with Bangkok is that it has more than its share of scams targeting tourists, so always be careful.
Bangkok’s scams are more organized than they appear. One widespread modus operandi involves people loitering by the gate of temples (or other tourist spots) and approaching tourists. I almost fell for this on my first trip. They are very friendly, and they usually introduce themselves as teachers. They claim that the site you’re about to visit is closed because it is a holiday and that they know a more beautiful place that is not on tourist maps. They then hail a random tuktuk (which isn’t random at all for the driver is part of the scam) and tour you around. You will be taken to a jewelry store selling overpriced gems and accessories. The tuktuk may also overcharge you for the ride.
Khao San Road is also rife with scams. You’ll find tourist agents selling all sorts of transportation tickets that turn out to be less than what they promise. For example, you’ll find plenty of “direct buses” to Siem Reap, but most of them are not really direct as they involve switching vehicles at one point during the trip. Worse, some of these buses stop at “travel agencies” that will sell you fake visa.
Patpong is also notorious for scams. You’ll be invited by barkers to a sexy club to see a “pingpong show” or other mind-blowing presentations, to say the least. They’ll say the show is free but you must order a drink. The catch is, the drink is ridiculously overpriced.
As in any other city, be careful and vigilant. If something sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
November to February, when the temperature and precipitation levels are kind and low. But because of the pleasant weather, it is also the peak season. High season begins in November and ends in April, around Songkran Festival (Thai New Year, April 13-15). If you’re visiting within this period, prepare to share the city with millions of other tourists.
Bangkok could’ve been a year-round destination if it weren’t for the bouts of rain and flooding problems, which is why it is best to avoid the wettest months.
Rainy season is from May to October, but the wettest months are September-October. We have tried traveling to Bangkok in January, July, August, September, October, and November, and we can tell you that the precipitation level can definitely affect your overall travel experience. We’ve been stranded in some sites because of torrential rains and flooding and ended up wasting much of our time.
Tipping is NOT mandatory in Bangkok, but it is surely appreciated.
When eating at sit-down restaurants, a tip of 10% of the bill should be fine. You can also just round off your bill. For example, if your bill is ฿135, you can leave ฿150. Same with cabs. If the meter is ฿105, round it off to ฿110 or ฿120. At hotels, you can give ฿20-50 to the porter who carries your luggage to your room, depending on the number of pieces. For a massage, tip ฿50. For full-day tour guides, at least ฿200 is alright.
Bangkok has countless money changers, but most of them have poor rates, especially those at the airport. Trust me. I made that mistake and lost a lot in the conversion. If you really need to do so at the airport, exchange only a little or enough to get you to the city center.
At the city center, find a SuperRich Thailand branch. SuperRich has the best rates, make sure it’s a legit SuperRich branch.
Most common sockets are sort of a combination of Types A and C. They have two holes that can accept both flat and round pins, the shape of two door knobs or rubber stamps facing each other. This type of socket can take plugs that are Types A, C, and F. If your plug has three pins, you will be needing an adaptor.
Foreigners holding passports issued by the Philippines, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, United States, United Kingdom, Germany and 40+ other countries can enter Thailand visa-free, provided that they stay shorter than 30 days.
To see the complete list of countries, visit this: List of Visa-Free and Visa-on-Arrival Countries
However, visitors must have the following upon entry:
It will also help to have a hotel reservation.
Note that if you’re not arriving by air, you’re only allowed to enter Thailand twice per year.
In theory, yes. It is the law. But it’s not implemented all the time. Lately, they have been a bit stricter.
Our team has been in and out of Thailand recently but none of us were asked how much we carry. But it would help to just comply, just in case.
The amount should be 10,000 baht per person or 20,000 baht per family.
It doesn’t need to be in baht. It can be any currency as long as it has the equivalent value.
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