As one of the world’s most vibrant urban destinations, your holiday in Bangkok will give you a chance to sample the bustling city life of Thailand’s capital.
Lying two metres above sea level and at the social and political epicentre of Thailand, Bangkok is the leading city of Southeast Asia.
Experience the famed street food of Khao San road. Watch the transient backpackers, locals and market-sellers barter to the point of submission while you tuck into a Thai culinary bastion of Pad Thai.
Luxury Holidays in Bangkok
Bangkok holidays can provide unequivocal luxury for discerning travellers in search of something special. For stays in the exclusive, in the boutique, and in the more refined environments of the city’s hotels, let Kenwood Travel make all the arrangements.
With central locations, city views, and spa treatments, your holiday will encapsulate both gritty urban environs and exclusive indulgence at the finest locations.
Imagine travelling by tuk-tuk through the busy streets by day and relaxing at a luxurious resort as evening descends.
10 Great Reasons to Holiday in Bangkok
- Spectacular religious sites to explore
- An array of spas to sample
- Wonderful fine dining establishments
- Taste the real Thailand! Check out the street food sellers in Khao San Road
- Friendly people
- Wild nightlife
- A rich historical heritage to discover at the National Museum
- Great contemporary art galleries
- Visit the modern malls in Siam Square
- Sophisticated nightclubs and pubs
Things to Do in Bangkok
Bicycle and tuk-tuk tours are a great way to see the capital, and you won’t have trouble finding one of the many riding companies available. Discover the parks, markets and religious sites (straying from the more dangerous main roads) and see something new. Imagine peddling through the bustling Khao San Road as you stop off for a quick bite to eat.
For the sports enthusiasts among you, check out a Muay Thai boxing bout. Observe the sports paradoxical mix of skill and pure brute force as Thai boxers line-up against one another for sporting glory.
This world capital has such a rich sense of history that you can’t visit without learning more. Take a look at The Ancient City where you can experience a downsized model of Thailand with structures mimicking historical sites in precise geographical configurations.
For the largest collection of Thai artefacts and art, the Bangkok National Museum will be a great learning experience for the ready historian.
Every major city has a Madame Tussauds Wax museum and Bangkok isn’t any different! But at this wax museum you’re encouraged to step behind the velvet rope and hug, touch and kiss the celebrities and stars of the world.
Situated fourteen degrees north of the equator, you’ll find that this part of the world constantly sees the sun. We’d recommend visiting from November to February and catching the cooler season. From March to April the hotter season will be in full swing, while from May to October you’ll be in the midst of the wet season. No matter what season, make sure you drink a lot of fluids and try not to dress too heavily, keeping things light and airy.
Interesting Facts About Bangkok
- City Area – 1,568.737 sq. kilometres
- City Population – 8,249,117
- Currency – Baht
- Founded as the capital in 1782
Bangkok Holidays 2023/2024
To avoid the disappointment of missing out on your 2023/2024 holidays, call us now and book early. Here at Kenwood Travel we can provide bespoke luxury all inclusive holidays, weddings and honeymoons, as well as adding cruises or multi-centre trips to your journey. After 45 years worth of experience we have the knowledge. Let us set you on your way to a new experience.