Bangkok in two days

By: B Symn

Many of us regularly face time crunch in our daily lives. There are so many things to be accomplished and there is so little time. I may not be able to tell you as how to pack more in less time but what I can certainly do is to tell you how to see Bangkok in just two days.

For a city like Bangkok, two days are surely not enough. But you are on a tight schedule and you don’t have time. All you want is to quickly explore the city. So, various questions pop up—how; what to see and what to miss; and most importantly where to start. Here is a snappy guide as how to see Bangkok in two days. But first, let me tell you, if you are a traveler in the true sense, you will surely love to enjoy scenes and sights of Bangkok, try Thai food and of course some shopping.

The idea is not to miss on the basic joys of traveling

So here I go!

Day One

Quickly wind your visit to the Grand Palace, Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Wat Po and Wat Arun. Many of these sights are close to each other. So, it won’t take you long. Hiring a taxi and guide will certainly make things easy. Your stomach must be empty after sightseeing; its time to get a taste of some Thai food. Enjoy buffet lunch at one of the finest hotels in Bangkok by the riverside.

Keep afternoon free for some shopping. Getting into one of the air-conditioned malls around Siam, it’s the best place to shop for clothes. Visit Pantip Palaza for computers and River City for antiques.

As the setting Sun gives way to the colorful neon lights, its time to slow down and relax. Refresh with a glass of your favorite drink. Move out and check the city nightlife and sample sumptuous Thai food.

Day Two

Keep your Day-2 to explore the street life of the city. Explore the streets and local markets. Two most exciting things that you can include for Day-2 are a visit to the Snake Farm, and a half day canal tour. The tour will cover some exciting places like Thonburi Klongs, Wat Arun and Royal Barges Museum.

It is good idea to conclude your Bangkok tour with a sunset dinner cruise.

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