I spent three days traveling around Bangkok. In fact, this is my first travel overseas. More than a couple have already asked me on how I did it. I did a research beforehand to maximise my time and to avoid overspending. So I’m sharing with you mine.
10:00- 11:30– Arrival in Bangkok
11:30 – 12:30-– Lunch at Bangkruk District
12:30 – 17:00– Grand Palace, Wat Pho, Wat Arun
17:00- 18:00– Going back hostel to Rest
18:00– 22:00– National Library and Khao San Road
22:00- 12:00— Sky Bar
KHAO SAN ROAD SCENES
SKY BAR SCENES
8:30 – 9:30– Breakfast
9:30 – 12:00– Chatuchak Market
12:00 – 13:00– Going back to Hostel / Lunch
14:00 – 17:40– Going to Pattaya
17:40 – 20:00– Big Buddha Hill– View Point Pattaya / Coffee Break
20:00- 23:00– Dinner at Walking Street
CHATUCHAK MARKET SCENES
6:30 –8:30– Morning Swim & Breakfast
8:30–12:30– Coral Island / Lunch
12:30–14:00– Elephant Village
14:00 –17:30– Going back to Bangkok
18:00– 20:00– Central World Mall / Dinner
20:00- 21:00– Red District
21:00- 21:30– Going back to Hostel
CENTRAL MALL SCENES
Ahhh! Thailand is in indeed the travel hub of Southeast Asia. A place I will return to and a heaven for budget backpackers. This is my actual itinerary which was really different from my vision of still going to the floating market, visit Baioke, MBK mall, etc but I’m still glad that I was able to get a glimpse of this bustling city. My DIY tour has been over and I couldn’t believe it was that fast! There are still lots of things to do and see in Thailand. That’s why I’m definitely coming back!
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