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49 Soi Sukhumvit 19, Wattana, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand
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Average
29%
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Poor
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safe travel to bangkok

by Rania74

Please can someone tell me if it is safe to travel to Bangkok since i've heard about alerts in bangkok and other places in thailand. is there any risk that the red t.shirts protests will resume soon. please waiting for your help

Re: safe travel to bangkok

by SirHalberd

You really have to stay current with local politics. It is safe to visit Thailand. No protests going on. Even during the protests tourists were still arriving in Thailand by the thousands. Some tourists were still visiting Bangkok during the protests but choosing hotels in different areas but most just headed out to some other city.

Up to you.

Re: safe travel to bangkok

by malgudi

I agree with the advice above. I've been in Thailand during the red shirt events end April and early May and went through the "hot spots" in Bangkok, nobody will harm a foreigner. Plus, there must be quite a degree of fatigue amongst the Red Shirt ranks, after the recent events. I would imagine they need to gather their strength for a while before being able to start demonstrations of any kind again.But of course, you never know.

Re: safe travel to bangkok

by ineedtotravel

News just in that a bomb blast ripped through a busy bus stop in Bangkok's main shopping district. I guess it isn't a matter of protests now.

Resorting to terrorist/violent acts such as bomb attacks in the heart of Bangkok is without a doubt damaging the recovering efforts of Asia's favorite holiday destination. i hope this violence ends..i want to travel to Bangkok so badly without fearing of such incidents..

Re: safe travel to bangkok

by frank_bkk

The current situation in Thailand and Bangkok has returned to normal, there is nothing going on for you to even to glitch an eye about.
Even when the demonstrations were going on a few months ago, none of the tourist destinations in Thailand were affected in any way. As for Bangkok in fact, the majority of tourists came and went as if nothing was happening. I've been in Bangkok all that time, and the only way i was rather affected was by the occasional heavy traffic congestion near protestors.

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Our BKK intenerary

by johsab

Thai word to know – thank you – khapt kung cop
-shopping
-massages, massages
-Ratchaprarop Road - Pratunam Market clothes market
-The Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaeo ). Walk across the river to Wat Arun (Temple of the Dawn). Take the river bus upstream to the Royal Barges.
-ROSE GARDEN & THAI VILLAGE SHOW

-The Rose Garden Country Resort (Tel. 2953261-4) West of Bangkok on the bank of the Thachin river. It boasts large, beautiful and well- maintained gardens and is ideal for a picnic. In the resort there is a Thai cultural village showing Thai folk dancing, Thai boxing, sword fighting demonstrations and elephant show, Buddhist ordination, fingernail dance, hill tribe dance, wedding ceremony.

-Visit Chinatown and Pahurat – Chinese and Indian market districts

Budda statues

by xaver

Budda Budda Budda Budda Budda Budda Budda Budda Budda Budda Budda Budda Budda!!!
You will find all kind of Budda statues in any kind of position during your trip in Thailand so, if you do not have a very deep interest, try to chose the temples and the Buddas you want to visit, before going.

Muang Boran ~ The Buddha Image of Dvaravati Period

by Audrey118

The Buddha Image of Dvaravati Period

Based on existing archaeological evidence, it is generally recognized that the city of Nakhon Chaisri was the largest and most ancient in Southeast Asia, dating back 1,200 years

Now it is known as Nakhon Pathom, it is the religious centre of the Buddhism.
The many grand stupas and Buddha statues,of stucco and stone, erected in this city, testify to the fact that in form and style the original finds were of the Dvaravati period.

The evolution of Buddhist art in Thailand can clearly be traced from this great statue. It is widely recognized that the size and proportions of the statue represent one of the finest examples of the Dvaravati style.

People

by yen_2

My photo shows a family who's taking care with the garbage in the park and my son here, was watching those two kids..he's trying to be friends with them though..A father and the two son's helping together:)

That came in handy!

by Elginah

Hard case suitcase with wheels, if you're not the "rugged" sort. A reasonably sized backpack / slingon bag - to carry water, BTS ticket, extra cap, sarong (if you're visiting temples, this may come in handy) Over a 6 day stay in Bangkok: Forget the denim (even capris stick to you); bring the light chinos - those hiker's convertible pants/shorts are perfect (then you can ditch the sarong); if it's rainy season a VERY thin anorak may come in handy or a small umbrella; 2 pairs comfortable walking shoes; 1 pair (beach) sandles with a back strap (Grand Palace regulation); 2 caps (one perspires a great deal in Bangkok's hot & humid weather); a fresh loose t-shirt or tight sleeveless vest for each new day (or you can just buy new ones); sunglasses; 1 mid-length skirt (no minis to offend anyone, and the long skirts just too hot); Sun block - for the face and body. I didn't encounter a single mosquito in Bangkok (probably all chocked to death) - but I met my fair share in Krabi. Fragranced body lotion or body spray - anything else seems too heavy or doesn't last very long in the evening. After sun lotion - for those of you who skipped the sunblock advice. Headache tablets - Bangkok can be a real assault on one's very being.
Make-up:Some T-zone mattiying cream to take the shine off; mascara; glossy lipstick / lipgloss & sunblock lipbalm; face powder (everything else just melts); 1 basic & 1 flashy eyeliner pencil; eye and facial makeup remover wipes (no leakage worries). Deep cleansing facial wash - Bangkok's air pollution reaks havoc on one's skin. Last time we were in Thailand I was struck by the state of the ladies bathrooms, so I bought a gadget that helped me avoid sitting - very handy and very easy to use.

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