Helpful Tips For The First Time Traveler To Thailand

There are many things that you need to know before you travel to Thailand. Do you know that it is more convenient to stay at a Hotel near Central Embassy because it is in the heart of the city of Bangkok? It is also a short walk away from the BTS Sky Train Ploenchit Station in case you want to go out and enjoy some shopping and entertainment.

It is very likely that you have heard of Tuktuks that are a popular mode of transport in the city. They are funny-looking tricycles but with highly modern interiors. After enjoying Bangkok’s nightlife and you think you have drunk one bottle too many, take the tuktuk to bring you back to hotel. However, the price of the ride will likely be 5 times more than a Grab taxi.

If you don’t have the Grab app, download it before you go to Thailand because Grab has taken over the services that used to be provided by Uber. Grab taxi is your best option to avoid being charged with excessive fare.

Travelers who want to enjoy the scenery and the cool fresh air can rent a motorbike. It is more fun to rent a motorbike than join a package tour. The freedom of traveling Thailand through a motorbike is one of the best and most memorable experiences. However, before renting a motorbike, read more about the prices to avoid being scammed.

One of the highlights of your Thailand trip will be the friends you will meet along the way. Millions of people from all over the world travel to Thailand and it is guaranteed that you will meet some people who can eventually become your friends. People that you randomly meet are the best sources of helpful tips on the best places to visit and the restaurants that serve the most delicious local food.

Meanwhile the Hotel near Central Embassy invites you to be their guest for the most reasonable prices. If you will book directly through the website, you are guaranteed some discounts and special promos. The hotel is comfortable and convenient enough to be your second home while you are enjoying the sights of Bangkok.

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