Things to do in BANGKOK | 3D2N

Short escape to Bangkok... YEAhhh~
It may be a very short trip, but if you planned it well, you can still go to as many places that you had wanted to go. That wasn't a sponsor trip tho but I thought it may be useful for first timer like me lol.. but of course you got to speed up your speed because the time is limited. 

This trip wasn't the usual short escape that people always do for shopping, relaxation and foods. For myself, I'd prefer visiting its city's landmark, spectacular touristy places.



`Book the earliest flight if possible.
`Shorten your time during visiting each places.
`Travel with good companions.
`Bring adequate of money
`Good camera
`Portable fans or hand fans


1) Once I land at tomyum land, grab my suitcases and rush to the hotel for check-in. After that, experience the local transportation ride "TUK TUK" to the local malls and get your touristy photo taken :)

2) Visited malls for some local meals and some shoppings. Went to MBK, SIAM PARAGON, CENTRAL WORLD.


Foods & drinks
Tried some famous local foods to test the authenticity.

3) In the evening, visited the Asiatique 5pm - midnight
Asiatique The Riverfront is the largest newest place to experience shopping in the night city. There were a modern version of night market. From fashion retails to foods restaurants, bars to night entertaiments.

How I get there? Took to the nearest BTS Skytrain station and changed for the shuttle boat express. Turned to the right and look for the signage.

Asiatique The Riverfront
Experienced lots of retails, bazaar, restaurants, bars, games, entertaiments and etc. For couples, you both may also locked your love there kekekekek <3 because there is a secret garden.

1) On second day morning, I decided to visit the royal Grand Palace 8:30am - 3:30pm.
Your trip won't be complete if you don't visit the city's most famous landmark Grand Palace. It was home of the Thai King many hundreds of years ago. The palace is famous until today which continuously having many visitors. Read more at:

Dress code for visiting Grand Palace (all genders) :

If you don't want to stop by the guards and ask for renting a shirt or scarfs because this would be quite tedious because the weather was hot and you gotta pass through so many group of people and is finally reaching the gate in and being stopped and you have to walk back to the very front just for renting the clothes.



2) After the exhausted day, back to hotel for short break before went to Plantinum the Fashion mall in the late afternoon. The mall is located just opposite to the hotel I stayed. 

Fashion heaven for shopaholic. Spent few hours to go through every storey in the mall. Actually there is a nearby mall beside Platinum Mall. It was a walkable distance only.

3) Later in the evening, went to Chinatown in Bangkok. There are so many chinese related stuffs including fashion, snacks, restaurant foods, street foods and some local desserts.


4) Visited D Night Market. I m not sure if the night market held for 24 hours nor all seasons. Gotta check it out yeah~ Aaah eyes spoiler... There were so many things to buy.




If there is a possibility, try to book for late flight back. my flight was in the afternoon, so went to Suvarnabhumi Airport earlier to shop there.



yoo so guys this is just my short sharing. If you like, feel free to follow it and share it to me of your moments :)


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