The Chao Phraya River
The Chao Phraya River

Bangkok is a tourism paradise with all that a Thai self-sufficient tourist. Hundreds of commercial centers, many colorful markets, amusement parks and virtual attractions. So what thing to prepare to travel to Bangkok is perfect? Living Nomads sums up all the tips, travel experience Bangkok from the most connoisseurs for you. So, are you looking for a budget trip to Bangkok (Bangkok trip budget, budget Bangkok, Bangkok travel budget)? Let’s check it our Bangkok travel blog (Bangkok blog, BKK blog, BKK travel blog) to find out some useful tips and Bangkok budget travel guide (BKK travel guide) with us below.

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Wat Arun Temple at night.
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Bangkok Royal Palace

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Bangkok street food. Credit image: bangkok travel blog.

Bangkok travel blog: How to get to Bangkok?

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Nok Air Airlines with regular discount policy is the best choice of many travelers. Picture: bangkok blog.

A cheap flight from Nok Air or Air Asia will take you to Bangkok immediately. The price for a normal two-way flight is about 85 dollars if you depart from Vietnam. And if you hunt for cheap tickets, the cost for a pair of two-way tickets is only about 60 dollars to 78 dollars. The fare will be cheaper if you book 3 to 4 months and avoid the peak tourism summers.

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Getting from Bangkok Airport to the city center

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Bangkok has two airports, Don Muang (Don Mueang) and Suvarnabhumi, both far from the city center. You need to look carefully at the ticket to find out which airport you are in and choose the right way to move to the center.

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Guide to getting from Don Mueang International Airport to Bangkok

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An A1 bus ticket is the most economical way to get to central Bangkok from Don Muang

Bus A1: To get to Mo Chit BTS station, the bus station is located on the ground floor of the airport for about 35 baht. From here you can go to BTS, Siam, Silom, Sathon, or Sukhumvit. Note that the car only runs from 7:30 am to 11:30 pm

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An A1 bus ticket is the most economical way to get to central Bangkok from Don Muang Airport. Credit image: bangkok travel blog.

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Taxi: Taxi from Don Muang Airport to downtown (Siam area) is about 6 – 10 dollars. There are a lot of taxi companies with enough color to choose or you can catch Grab to go to the center.

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Please note that you have to pay for high speed (about 3 dollars) and airport entrance fee (1.5 dollars)for the driver. So, to save cost you can take a taxi to Mo Chit station and then BTS to the central station.

Guide to getting from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Bangkok

The Airport Rail Link takes you directly to central Bangkok

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Suvarnabhumi Airport. Credit image: bangkok travel blog.

Airport Rail Link: From the airport, you follow the signboard to Airport Rail Link. This ARL route takes you to Makasan MRT or Phaya Thai MRT Station. From these two stations, you can go to other places by MRT, BTS. The train runs from 6 am to 12 pm daily, you can buy tickets at the station for about 1.5 dollars.

The Airport Rail Link takes you directly to central Bangkok
The Airport Rail Link takes you directly to central Bangkok

Taxi: one trip from Suvanarbuhmi to the center is 9 – 10 dollars. To catch a taxi, you go down to the 1st floor, gate No. 4 or 7. Get the ticket on it with the taxi’s number, then come to the right taxi and start to move. Be aware that you also spend airport charges and highways as in Don Muang.

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From Suvanarbuhmi Airport, you can also go to Pattaya by bus for 3 – 5 dollars.

Read more: Suvarnabhumi Airport to Bangkok — How to get from Bangkok airport to city?

Bangkok travel blog: Where to stay in Bangkok?

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The good place will help you enjoy a more complete holiday.

Cheap areas: Khao San Road, Chinatown, alleys in Sukhumvit (far subway station), Bangkok suburbs.

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Khao San Road
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Medium areas: Pratunam area, alleys on Sukhumvit, Siam (near the train station), Old Town, Lumpini Park, Chatuchak,…

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Amara hotel rooftop pool

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Baiyoke Sky Hotel. Picture: bangkok blog.

Luxury areas: The hotel is in the center of Siam, along the Chao Phraya River

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Chao Phraya River at night

You can find, check rates, availability & booking for Kaohsiung hotels on Agoda.com or Booking.com.

Bangkok blog — Bangkok experience: Best places to visit, top things to do, best outstanding activities in Bangkok

Top sightseeing and activities places in Bangkok

Safari World Bangkok: Asia’s largest open zoo with hundreds of animal species around the world. Suitable for groups, families with young children. Open from 9 am to 5 pm every day. Ticket price is 54 dollars.

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Discover the only open zoo in Thailand – Safari World Bangkok. Picture: bangkok blog.

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Dream World Bangkok: Bangkok’s Disney Land with hundreds of exciting games. Suitable for couples, young families, groups of friends, … Open from 10 am to 5 pm every day.

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Dream World – Disney Land of Bangkok, the entertainment paradise

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Siam Park Bangkok: A land of endless fun with the world’s largest artificial beach and adventure water games with cool snowflakes in Snow Town Bangkok

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Snow Town Bangkok: Enjoy yourself with snowballs, slide down the smooth white snow or play snow castle in the city center.

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Get “cool” with cool snow in Snow Town Bangkok

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SEA Life Aquariums Bangkok: is one of the largest aquariums in South East Asia with 30,000 individuals and magnificent ocean views.

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Sea Life – The brilliant ocean world. Credit image: bangkok travel blog.

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Bangkok travel blog: The famous temples in Bangkok

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Wat Arun – Temple of dawn

Wat Pho (Buddhist Temple): where the longest Buddha statue in the world (46m)

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Wat Traimit (Golden Buddha Temple): famous for the monks of golden gold

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Wat Benchamabophit: The most magnificent temple in Bangkok with white marble architecture.

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Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn): The most beautiful temple in Bangkok, located on the shore of the Chao Phraya River.

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Wat Arun Temple (Temple of Dawn)

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Wat Arun Remple entrance gate

Read more: Best temples in Bangkok — Top 6 most ancient & famous temples in Bangkok you should visit.

Bangkok blog — Bangkok live shows: The must-see Bangkok’s shows when coming to Bangkok

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  1. Bangkok offers elegant varieties of food with countless superb restaurants. They serve international as well as Thai food and other Asian cuisines with delicious taste and budget.

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