I’m a solo backpacker, Any tips on where to go in Bangkok?

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Post by Guest »

Any help would be appreciated..

Post by Phongsak »

If you have times to explore things in Bangkok I would recommend you to go see this. There's called Wat Paknam Phasi Chareon. There's two way to visit by taxi or boat.

Post by Rover »

Places to visit -

Nightlife -

Patpong night market (parts of the deer hunter were filmed here)

Khaosan Road (Backpacker party area)

Nana (Lots of bars all together)

Soi cowboy (apocalypse now scene was filmed here)

Shopping -

Silom complex

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Siam Paragon


Chutachak market

The train market

Other activities -

River cruise

Railway or floating market

Mahanakhon tower

Sealife world

Muay Thai Rajadamnern Boxing Stadium

Grand palace bangkok

Wat Pho

Ayutthaya temple

China Town

Ideas for rhe day -

Walk along Tha-Tien> royal palace>tha-chang-wat arun-wat poh

End up chilling at Khaosan


Walking through Talad-Noi area > Charoen Krung > end up with some beers at ASIATIQUE OR china town (up to your walk direction)

For weekend

Cafe hopping in the morning at Ari> Chatujak market > Suan Rodfai > end your night with easy food at central Ladprao or bars around Union mall

The must go:

- Saxophone pubs (Victory monument BTS) thusday is a big swing band…you will love it

- Chula 100years park + Ban Tad Thong food street (Samyan MRT or national stadium BTS)

- China town (Samyod MRT)

- Talad noi ( Hua lum Phong MRT)


- Take a tuktuk or boat taxi nearby grand palace or pier around there, also Khaosan

Better walk to main road and call one or “grab application”

- eat side dish veggies on street food….50% chance to get diarrhea

- walk along sukhumvit road alone after 1 am LOL

- forget your mask…. Here still a restriction in many places

Post by Pam »

We did a small group bicycle tour that took us off the beaten path - if you have $40 USD to spend. Also do not miss the reclining buddha, and hidden away rooftop bars at night.
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