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New! city center / ASOK Station / 2PPL 1BR

Welcome to my house! 24H online for you~ Independent housing is not shared with others. All-cotton bedding, furniture and appliances are available in high-star hotels. 1.5 metre bed, one bedroom suite with living room, can accommodate 2 adults I look forward to your visit very much.~

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New! Gateway/ Bangkok University 1BR 2PPL near BTS

Welcome to my house! Independent housing is not shared with others. All-cotton bedding, furniture and appliances are available in high-star hotels. 1.5 metre bed, one bedroom suite with living room, can accommodate 2 adults I look forward to your visit very much~

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Breezy Condo Next To St Food&Night Life: XII

A luxurious and spacious queen size bedroom, with Rooftop jogging track,Large swimming pool,Colorful garden,Fitness room,Aerobic exercises platform,Library room. Located in Asoke, Nana one of the most desirable area in BKK, less than 10 mins walk to public transport (BTS/MRT) 2 mins walking to Night Life Street Sukhumvit soi 11 -CANAL FERRY! ,which is right behind the building. The simply way is take a boat to Shopping center. Extra Service: Check in 24/7 Luggage storage Free WIFI

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4Tropical Villa/Center/Dbl: Super-Close MRTLumpini
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★Studio with Garden, 2 Bed upto 5 ★ 250m to BTS
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Near The Grand Palace/ASOK Station/Sukhumvit
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1BR! !Near The Grand Palace/ASOK Station/Sukhumvit
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CITY HIDEAWAY Bangkok
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NEW!!!1min to BTS On-Nut/1BR-Highfloor-Poolview
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2BR!New! Near The Grand Palace/ASOK Station/4PPL
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the CAPSULE by UnionSPACE 05
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Budget for 1 guest, Clean&Cozy, 1min walk to BTS
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Super central - room with private bathroom!
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Opening Garden space in Bangkok No.1,Free WiFi
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GARDEN IN BANGKOK B&B

Pet-friendly apartments

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Center of EKKMAI/THONGLOR BKK
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Beautiful, quiet room with a private balcony
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Semi-penthouse on Shophouse+GardenView bathtub 4th
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PL13 ★PINK ★3BD, spacious living- 1min to Platinum
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1 bedroom with 1 bedroom 60sqm space.
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Entire 3 bed apartment in Chidlom
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房房房房/cat house/2bedroom/swimming pool/gym open
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Huafeng•Mar.03/bangkok city/loft /swiming pool
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Bangkok city/near BTS/big size/one bedroom/cooking
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Fabulous Second Floor Apartment DASIRI Downtown Residence
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Quiet, spacious apartment in the heart of Bangkok
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CBD SPACIOUS 3BR SUITE 1MinBTS FreeWIFI 215 sqm

Apartments with pools

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Breezy Condo Next To St Food&Night Life: IV
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F4.0/Value/Superior Condo Suite for 4/Central Bangkok/T21/BTS Asok/MRT Sukhumvit/Infinity Pool/
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New! Gateway/ Bangkok University 1BR 2PPL near BTS
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1BR! !Near The Grand Palace/ASOK Station/Sukhumvit
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The Cube Nawamin
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Breezy Condo Next To St Food&Night Life: VIII
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曼谷Chao Phraya River, Bangkok/天空泳池Sky pool/大皇宫/MRT
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New!Near The Grand Palace/ASOK Station/Bankok
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New! Gateway/ Bangkok University 1BR 2PPL near BTS
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MK House
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Breezy Condo In The City Close Khlong Pier: I
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Bangkok right next to MRT asok2 station siam5 station Red Pool Minimalist Ocean Style Condo

Your guide to Bangkok

All About Bangkok

Bangkok sets all the senses abuzz, from the sounds of the rushing traffic and the overlapping fragrances coming from sizzling woks to the rush of colors on display on the ornate temples. Modern skyscrapers sit alongside sacred shrines, and huge shopping malls compete with street bazaars and the city’s famous floating markets. The city’s culinary scene ranges from fine dining in exclusive rooftop restaurants to nighttime stalls selling Northern Thai grilled meats or bowls of brothy noodles, kway teow, with a myriad of toppings.

Cross over the Chao Phraya River to Rattanakosin Island to wander amid the city’s most important sites, including the opulent Grand Palace and Wat Pho, the Temple of the Reclining Buddha. A tuk-tuk ride might take you through the alleys of Chinatown — packed full of shops, temples, and bustling restaurants. Or you can hop in a longtail boat and explore the ancient canals in Thonburi, home to some of the city’s legendary floating markets.


How do I get around Bangkok?

Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK) is the closest airport to central Bangkok. The Airport Rail Link can bring you downtown in less than 20 minutes. You’ll also find many taxis and shuttle services outside the terminals, and the drive usually takes around 40 minutes, although traffic can cause delays. Once you settle in at your Bangkok vacation rental, the MRT Subway and BTS Skytrain are two of the best ways to get around the city, with trains that run every day from early morning until late. You’ll find a public transit station within walking distance of many of the best-known markets and attractions. For shorter journeys, consider tuk-tuks or taxis.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Bangkok?

Bangkok experiences a tropical monsoon climate, so it’s hot and humid most of the year. The months between November and February are among the most pleasant times to visit, when you can expect sunny and dry days with moderate heat and low humidity. The Lunar New Year, celebrated in January or February, is an occasion for festivities all over town, and Chinatown turns into a giant celebration. Late spring and summer, from April through June, bring the hottest temperatures and the most frequent thunderstorms. Wear breathable clothes during those months, and make sure you’ve got sun protection, a hat, and plenty of water when you’re out and about. (Keep in mind that you’ll need to cover your shoulders and legs to enter sacred temples.) In April, Thais embrace the hottest month of the year at the Songkran Festival, three days of friendly water fights and street festivities.


What are the top things to do in Bangkok?

The Grand Palace

The spectacular Grand Palace is the former home of Thai royalty. The complex, built in 1782, comprises impressive buildings and well-cultivated grounds. In the Wat Phra Kaew, Temple of the Emerald Buddha, you may have an opportunity to view the small but revered Emerald Buddha, which dates back to the 14th century and whose robes are changed each season by the king himself.

Chatuchak Weekend Market

Near the center of Bangkok, just south of Chatuchak Park, you can visit one of the biggest flea markets in the world every weekend, with more than 8,000 stalls sprawling across more than 14 hectares. As many as 200,000 people descend on the market every week to shop for art pieces, handicrafts, kitchenware, clothes, music, and sweets. If you’re not a fan of crowds, you can go early in the morning when it’s quieter.

Wat Pho

The Temple of the Reclining Buddha, on the banks of the Chao Phraya, is one of the city’s largest temples and home to a giant reclining Buddha. Covered in gold leaf, the Buddha is 46 metres long and 15 metres high — the feet alone measure five metres. Inside the temple, you’ll find a collection of historical Thai murals and sculptures related to warfare and astronomy. You can also explore the gardens to admire its many intricate stone sculptures.