Does Bangkok has a beach?

Bang Saen is Bangkok’s nearest beach, popular with Thais. For solitude seekers, Ban Krut on the mainland is an excellent choice. For easy access, good resorts, and a nice small town feel, Hua Hin and Cha-am can’t be beat.

Which is better Pattaya or Bangkok?

Because Bangkok is much bigger and dense than Pattaya, you’re going to find a lot more hotels. You can find inexpensive hotels in both cities and if you travel during the low season, you can really get a great deal. Overall, Thailand is much cheaper than the west when it comes to hotels.

Which is better to visit Phuket or Bangkok?

Phuket or Bangkok, which is better? That depends on what you’re looking to get out of your vacation. Looking for white beaches and tropical paradise, Phuket is for you. But if your idea of a perfect holiday is visiting the big city, love to shop or want to find the best nightlife going, then Bangkok is for you.

Can you swim in Bangkok?

Luckily, Bangkok boasts amazing swimming spots. From the casual rooftop oasis to pools found at the end of winding alleys, you’re sure to find the swimming spot of your dreams. And to be fair, anything will feel ten times better than the sun blazing down on you!

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How can I travel from Bangkok to Phuket?

The best way to travel overland from Bangkok to Phuket is to take an overnight sleeper train to Surat Thani and then a direct bus service to Phuket. Bus services to Phuket depart in the morning from outside the front of Surat Thani Railway Station.

How can I go from Bangkok to Pattaya?

Pattaya to Bangkok train services, operated by State Railway of Thailand, depart from Pattaya station. Train or bus from Pattaya to Bangkok? The best way to get from Pattaya to Bangkok is to bus which takes 2h 40m and costs ฿120 – ฿380. Alternatively, you can train, which costs ฿70 – ฿1100 and takes 4h 1m.

How do you get from Bangkok to Koh Samui?

The most convenient way to get to Koh Samui is flying with Bangkok Airways either from Bangkok itself, or from Singapore, Phuket or Pattaya. There are over twenty flights a day from Bangkok alone. Alternatively, several ferries and catamarans run from Surat Thani or Don Sak on the Thai mainland.

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