Celebrating the holidays in Bangkok

When it comes to holidays, Bangkok knows how to celebrate. Even for holidays the Bangkokians themselves don’t celebrate, they will make sure they have some festivities around for the people who do. Since the jolly good times are almost here, it might be time to start planning your festivities. Are you celebrating your holidays in Bangkok, and not sure where to go? Read on and find out what Bangkok has to offer! Christmas lights The real highlight of a Christmas in Bangkok are the elaborate Read more [...]

Concert in the Park Bangkok

At the end of December, the Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra will start to perform the annual Concert in the Park again. For 8 Sundays, the public can come together and enjoy the harmonious sounds at Lumpini Park. This annual event is a great way to spend your Sunday afternoon in Bangkok. If you want to visit one of the performances, read on! Music Over 2000 Bangkokians and visitors gather at Lumpini Park on the Sundays to see the Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra perform. One might the the Read more [...]

Amazing Thailand Tourism Year 2018

On November 16th, the Tourism Authority Thailand kicked off the new tourism campaign for 2018, with a grand procession through the city center of Bangkok. The tourism industry is one of the drivers of the economy, and the Government wants to ensure this continues into the next year. Thailand should be the highlight for international travelers, and there are many events planned in order to play the country into the spotlight. For the kick off, a total of 6 parades traveled a 3.5 km route through the Read more [...]

Visit to the royal crematorium site in Bangkok

Visitors to Bangkok this month have a once in a lifetime opportunity to visit the royal crematorium site of His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej. The expectations are that 100,000 people will visit the site daily. If you want to be one of them, continue reading! How to visit When you go to visit the site, one must dress appropriately. The dress code for men is as follows: Shirt with sleeves, not too tight Long pants, no faded, skinny or ripped jeans Polite shoes For women Read more [...]