Guides for travelling from Cambodia to Bangkok
While planning a trip to Southeast Asia, Bangkok is always a destination that ranks at the top of the list. One reason for the Thai capital's popularity, besides its gorgeous religious buildings and proximity to pristine beaches, Bangkok has a whole host of sights and activities – unique temples, contemporary art, world-famous markets, warehouses filled with flowers – that can be enjoyed with save budget.
With the availability of cheap flights from Cambodia to Bangkok, AirAsia will give you the chance to explore one amazing country like never before! The average flying time for a direct flight from is 1 hour 14 minutes, with reasonable airfare and there are several flights from Bangkok that operate daily to many countries, easy to find Bangkok to Cambodia flight.
When is the Best Time to Visit Bangkok
There’s no winter, spring, summer or fall as Bangkok’s climate is categorized as “tropical savanna”. This means there are three seasons: hot season, rainy season and cool season. It remains hot throughout the year with average high temperatures varying by only a few degrees between the hot season and the cool season. Bangkok’s hot season is from Mar to Jun. The rainy season is from Jul to Oct and the cool season is between Nov and Feb. The climate in Bangkok cannot exactly be described as cool at any time of the year, Nov to Feb are the coolest and the driest months which makes this the “high season” for tourism in Bangkok. It’s time the most tourists will plan their trips to Bangkok because blue skies almost all of the time and there’s very little in the way of rain.
Of the numerous things to do in Bangkok this is a must-visit attraction for its architectural and cultural value.
If you’re looking for temples in Bangkok you’re definitely not going to be disappointed with The Grand Palace. It is among the top tourist attractions in the whole of Thailand, and has played an important role in the country’s history, being home to the Kings of Siam since 1782. Although it isn’t the official residence of the present king, King Rama X, it is still used for official events such as state functions and royal ceremonies throughout the year, one of the main reasons for the dress code regulation to any visitor coming here.
Besides, Wat Arun, is always the best temple in the city. Arun looks quite amazing at night too, all lit up with a golden glow. The temple is best accessed by ferry across the river and be sure to climb the steep stairway up the face of the temple for the ultimate experience.
One of tourist heavens of foreigners at weekends is Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. It’s not the most traditional but the tourist spot of floating markets; make up your trip with great photos. To get to the market from Bangkok you need to board a bus at the Southern Bus Terminal, of course you can also barter with a local taxi driver to establish a reasonable fare for the round trip.
If you’re wondering what to do in Bangkok one evening, Khao San Road is a great place to try. This short street is packed with people looking for a fun night out. Music blasts from the shops and bars and there are ample places to grab some authentic Thai food. Try a cheap foot massage after a day of sightseeing or watch one of the far-out shows and entertainment offerings.
Among the many things to do in Bangkok, shopping is always a popular pastime both for tourists and for locals. There are countless markets and shopping malls, but none come close to beating the experience you’ll find at the Chatuchak Weekend Market. It seems to unite everything buyable.
Where to stay
While Bangkok features some of the most luxurious and elegant hotels in the world, the Thai capital is also renowned for being a haven for backpackers. Cheap hotels and hostels can be found in abundance, and attract young and budget-conscious travellers from all over the world such as Smile Society Boutique Hostel, Saphaipae Hostel. They offer nice dorm rooms and very nice private rooms that could rival many of the budget hotels in the city.
What to eat
Street food is a major way of life in Bangkok and it’s perfect for a midday snack, or a tasty treat on a night out. Enjoy spicy Thai cuisine or continental spreads at the many food stalls dotting the city, it really can give your taste never forget.
Grilled Pork (Moo Ping), this is probably one of the most familiar items of all street food to eat in Bangkok. It attracts your sense of smell long before it delights your sense of taste. Noodles and Sweet Potato Balls (Kanom Kai Nok Krata) is on interesting and delicious list of some of the best creative food to eat in Bangkok.
The cheap flights to Bangkok are in huge demand, and very good reason for visitors to enjoy, so book your flight today.