Published On: Sat, Apr 16th, 2016

5 Most striking spots in Bangkok


spots in Bangkok

Bangkok is an exclusive, approximately opposing incorporation of old and new; of contemporary and chronicle. For the traveler who’s spent a day searching the malls in flashy Siam Square, it is an illusory experience of dining in the old town of Ko Ratakinosin or discovers Thonburi in a long-tailed boat. Having a feverish dusk pub-hopping in Sukumvit can be effortlessly recuperated from by spending a languid day discovering the leafy calm commune of Dusit. A real Chinese meal in Chinatown can be pursued by dinner in the adjacent Indian milieu of Phahurat. Bangkok is a multifaceted full of meaning metropolis.

Here is a concise summary of its very unique neighborhoods.


Ari or Aree, which is a hip, bohemian neighborhood in northern Bangkok, is a preferred of regional and Western expats for its thriving streets, vast boutiques, amiable eateries, and its propinquity to the Skytrain.


You have witnessed the images and listened to the rumors regarding Khao San Road and presume what? On the scuzzy exterior, it is all accurate. An attack of unfavorable bars blares out devastatingly general party strikes for inadequately clad backpackers each and every day bordered by public figure fast-food outlets and innovative t-shirt stalls. But there is a lot more to Banglamphu than that.

Chinatown & Phahurat

Situated in the west of Bangkok, but only east of the Chao Phraya River, Chinatown (or Yaowarat) is an interesting, feverish warren of streets and passageway replete with stores, operated warehouses, and most prominently terrific spots to eat.

Dusit & Thewet

Putting a stroke of European grace to an otherwise very eastern city, Dusit is Bangkok’s emerald neighborhood, accomplished with the extensive avenues and impressive constructions generally identical with the west.

Rattanakosin & Thonburi

Crowded with golden temples and splendid monuments, significant Rattanakosin is included in one of the much-admired places of the metropolis, so get ready you for the masses of travelers who unite here every day to wonder at the gilded Grand Palace, Wat Pho, and Wat Phra Kaew.


About the Author

Sidra Muntaha

- Sidra Tul Muntaha is a journalist (MA-Mass Communication and M.Phil in Mass Communication) based in Lahore. She is working as an editor at fashion, style and entertainment in the section of the Kooza. She writes fashion and entertainment articles for The Kooza News.