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Welcome to Bangkok, a City of Extremes

Bangkok is Thailand’s largest and most populous city. It is home to more than 8 million people. When you first come to Bangkok, the flavour of this exhilarating cocktail of cosmopolitan pleasures, mesmeric sights and exotic cityscapes might seem overwhelming. However, once you acquire a taste – you’ll be hooked on Bangkok forever! Here you will find a list of Bangkok's very finest ingredients - inspiring locations, heavenly malls and markets, museums, and breathtaking temples. Start your travel with ​Mobissimo Travel Search​ Engine and book ​airline tickets to Bangkok.

A visit to Wat Arun, the Temple of Dawn, is definitely the perfect way to start your Bangkok cocktail. The temple is situated on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River. It is one of the most stunning temples in Bangkok. The temple is partly made up of colourfully decorated spires and stands majestically over the water. For buddhists Wat Arun is the architectural representation of Mount Meru - the center of the world in Buddhist cosmology.

The spectacular Grand Palace is the next must-see sight in Bangkok. Home to the Thai king and royal court for almost 150 years, the Grand Palace currently serves as the administrative seat of government. Visitors are in awe of the Grand Palace's beautiful architecture and intricate details. Important to note: The Grand Palace houses the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. It is Thailand's most sacred site. Visitors must dress properly to gain entrance to the temple. See-through clothing and bare shoulders are not allowed. 

A visit to Bangkok's famous floating markets will give you a glimpse both into the local's way of life and a look at Bangkok of a bygone era. Damnoen Saduak is the biggest and most popular of all floating markets catering mainly to foreign visitors. Tha Kha and Ampawa markets are smaller and offer more local flavours. If you like outdoor markets and street-side shopping, you will definitely enjoy a day out at one of the floating markets surrounding Bangkok !

Gourmands searching for local delicacies must plan a visit to Bangkok’s Chinatown. This is the place in Bangkok to explore the vibrant street cuisine. The energy and creativity of the area will draw you back to Bangkok's Chinatown again and again.

This is just the first sip! There is so much to experience in Bangkok. The best way to taste this exotic cocktail is to taste it yourself. The city is easily accessible by dozens of global airlines, book your ​cheap f​lights to​ Ba​ngkok and ​Discount Hotels with ​Mobissimo Trav​el​ Search E​ngine and get ready to enjoy the best of old and new Thailand !