How To Enjoy Bangkok On A Limited Budget

Thailand receives enormous attention from tourists all over the world that is why almost of the tourism-associated places have become quite expensive. However, hotel accommodations remain to be affordable particularly if you compare the rates to hotels in other countries where tourist arrivals are also high. In Thailand, you can easily find a discount hotel in Bangkok with extra benefits.

If you are travelling to Bangkok with family or friends, it is cheaper to stay in double or triple rooms; however, if you are not used to a warm climate, opt for air conditioned rooms instead of those with electric fans. Choose your travel dates because during the peak season, hotel rates tend to be higher. Peak tourist season in Bangkok is usually from November to March because many travellers want to avoid the extreme cold of winter in their native countries. May to October is low season but you will still see a considerable number of tourists enjoying the beaches, temples and bars.

If you want to enjoy Thailand without exceeding your holiday budget, do not book for transport in any travel agency that is associated to tourism. Go directly to the transport office website and buy your tickets from there. Trains are the cheapest form of transport in Thailand. Next are the public buses that travel to almost every corner of the country. For long journeys, you can opt for air conditioned trains and buses.

If your reason for visiting is to experience endless parties, forget about the trendy bars and clubs in the heart of the city because booze is expensive. Buy your beer at local stores and popular convenience stores like 7-11. If want something local, look for stalls on the side of roads with big jars and ask for Ya Dong, Thailand’s homemade brew.

On the other hand, if the reason for visiting Thailand is to enjoy the place and discover a different culture, you best option is the discount hotel in Bangkok that is near Bangkok’s Sky Train and subway systems. However, nothing beats the joy of walking and absorbing all the sights and sounds of a strange city.

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