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Witness More Attractions with Savings on Flights to Bangkok

by Daisy Wilkinson Travel Guides

Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand, is visited by millions of tourists every year from different corners of the globe. Today, it would be hard to believe that the city was a small trading post during the times when the region was ruled by the Ayutthaya Kingdom. Bangkok's phenomenal rise as a regional force in several matters including business and finance can be attributed to the Asian investment boom, which began in the late 20th century. It has now become one of the international hubs for arts, entertainment, and fashion. During your time spent in the Thai capital, you'll get to explore its most popular attractions.

The savings made while booking your flights to Bangkok can be utilised to visit the Grand Palace. It is among the major historic tourist attractions of the city and a large complex comprising some spectacular structures. The complex is also home to Wat Phra Kaeo, which is a temple of the Emerald Buddha. Constructed during the late 18th century, this palace was the residence for several generations of the Thai Royal Family and is still used for conducting ceremonies of great significance and accommodating the visiting heads of state. While visiting the palace, make sure that you are dressed modestly, covering your arms and legs. Sloppy attire must be completely avoided.

You can also utilise the amount saved while booking flights to Bangkok from London to shop for your desired items in the Chatuchak Market. It is a sprawling weekend market, where shoppers can get everything from fancy jewellery and religious items to some delicious foods. The market is also a great place to interact with the locals and learn more about the Thai way of life. It is just a 5-minute walk from the Mochit Skytrain Station and Suan Chatuchak Station. You’ll be able to make the most of your visit if you arrive early during the day.

Also among the attractions you can explore with the amount saved on your flights to Bangkok from London is Wat Suthat. It is one of the oldest and beautiful Buddhist temples of the city with impressive architecture. This temple is not so popular when compared to some of the other temple complexes in the city, which also has some advantages. Among these benefits you’ll truly appreciate during your visit are a peaceful environment and a more intimate experience. Construction of this temple had begun soon after the coronation of the founder of Chakri dynasty, King Rama I.

If you wish to take a break from your hectic sightseeing schedules and unwind amidst pleasant natural surroundings, head to Lumpini Park. This green haven gives you the opportunity to escape the hustle-bustle of the city and relax under the pleasant shades. Your visit to this park also allows you to explore a Chinese pagoda and enjoy boating on the lake. Entry into this park is free for all. One of the greatest experiences you'll have at this place is watching the tranquil park surrounded on all sides by towering skyscrapers, which is surprisingly contrasting.

You can also save more on flights to Jamaica and utilise the savings to explore the island nation’s popular beaches.


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