Even with just 48 hours in Bangkok, I didn’t know what to expect before going. I heard mixed reviews of people either loving it or hating it. Wanting to move there or find the first flight out. We arrived late on Saturday night and were greeted with much welcomed humid air, smiling faces and a friendly cab driver who, though his stifled laughter, still couldn’t seem to get us to pronounce ‘hello’ and ‘thank you’ in Thai properly. We eventually got better with the ‘sa wat dee ka’ and ‘khaawp khoon ka’ with time. It was a warm welcome from the city I was so unsure of.
In this site seeing mecca, we hit the ground running the next morning and saw as much as we could in the short 48 hours in Bangkok. Here are my top picks of how to spend even a short time in this bustling concrete jungle.
|The Marble Temple|
We loved the city a lot more than we thought we would and would love to return someday. Even though we both agree that two to three days was enough for us to see and do all that we had hoped to. Any other suggestions on what to see in Bangkok?