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Day 1 This is my itinerary for the trip ->Landed at Bangkok Airport, took us around an hour to get our visa on arrival from the airport - > Took a bus to Pattaya, it was approximately a 3.5 hours bus journey - > Visited Sanctuary of Truth, a must visit in Pattaya, shorts aren't allowed, knees should be covered at least - > Checked in at our Airbnb at Jomtien Beach Condominium totally worth the price - > Explored Pattaya's nightlife, walking street and nearby night Bazaar which closes at 11 pm Sanctuary of Truth, Pattaya Wooden Carved Temple Walking Street, Pattaya View of the well lit Walking Street, Pattaya -> Early morning dip at Jomtien Beach which was walking distance from our Airbnb - > Left Pattaya for Bangkok by Bus - > Checked in at Airbnb in Bangkok - > Left for Khao San road by ferry, they are cheap, fast and exciting - > Visited the magnificent Wat Arun, main temple was closed but the surrounding park is very pretty and well lit - > Ended the day with eating spaghetti at China Town, you can skip this place, it isn't as happening as Khao San, it is just a street food lane and as I am a vegetarian there wasn't much for me to try out there Jomtien Beach (walking distance from our Airbnb) Swimming Pool of Jomtien Beach Condominium Khao San Road, Bangkok Wat Arun during Night China Town -> Took a ferry again to visit the Grand Palace, you need to cover yourself properly (no shoulders showing, if wearing jeans it should be till ankle, if wearing skirt it should cover your knees) , so either dress accordingly or buy something on rent from outside shops - > Left for Taling Chan Floating Market & reached the starting point - > Booked a ferry, which was quite expensive but did not see any sort of floating market, we didn't check properly, you find sellers mostly during early morning hours - > Took the ferry ride anyway, it was a joyful ride in the turbulent flowing water of Chao Phraya River, it was worth at least half the price - > It left us near Grand Palace again - > Took a Tuk Tuk from there to visit some of the shopping places in Pathum Wan (MBK Center, Siam Paragon, Siam Center, especially liked the Pratunam Market & Indra Square) - > Went to Nana Plaza from there to not miss out on the Bangkok's adult nightlife - > After a lot of moving around finally settled in one of the bars, entry was free but 1 drink/person was compulsory - > Finally took a Grab back to our Airbnb, I found Grab Taxi really affordable way to travel around Bangkok if you are in a group of 3-4 That's me posing!...