Bangkok, which is
The sad part was we went few months after King Bhumibol's death so all the tourist place was stuffed as people flew from all over the world to pay tribute to the king. As a result, few of night clubs and pubs were closed and the Khao San road was a bit quite :( So that was the saddest part of our trip.
But the most fun part was meeting my best friends after a long time and exploring the vibrant city with them, that was super fun! We spend 5 days in Bangkok exploring and learning the culture of the city. Bangkok has it all and there is never a dull moment when you hit the streets of this city.
Beneath the dust and chaos, Bangkok is always so much packed with things to do and places to see. From street-side restaurants with plastic chairs and
Here’s my suggested itinerary for the City of Angels that will have you ticking off the major sites and some of the lesser known ones too.