Popular Lettings in Bangkok
Highlights in Bangkok
- Local cuisine
- Safari World
- Grand Palais
- Chatuchak Market
- Wat Arun.
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Bangkok holiday rentals in Bangkok
The capital of Thailand is a huge city. It is one of the largest megacities on the Asian continent and in the world. Its transport network is commensurate with its dynamism. There are two airports to Bangkok. The one in Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi is the largest in the country. It is located about thirty kilometres from the city centre. The airport is equipped with a train line, Airport Rail Link, which makes it easy to reach the centre. The other airport is Don Muang Airport, north of Bangkok.Luxurious and environmentally friendly holiday rentals
Bangkok may be a megalopolis, but it still neglects nature. This is at the heart of Thai spirituality. Holiday rentals also integrate it into their architecture. Beautiful wooden houses, a natural swimming pool or a large lush garden: you would almost forget that you are in a capital city. These exceptional properties are intended for wealthy holidaymakers. They are well located, modern and spacious. But you can also find a wide range of rentals for smaller budgets. These are modern and rather suitable for couples.
Holidays in Bangkok
Location and orientation
"The City of Angels" is what they call Bangkok. The city is also a province, located on the south coast of Thailand. It overlooks the Gulf of Thailand and is crossed by the Chao Phraya River. It is this river and coastal geography that determines the organization of the city. The right bank is dotted with canals, hence its other nickname "Venice of Asia". The districts on this shore are traditional: you can find authentic holiday rentals there. The other side is more modern and more touristic.The best districts of Bangkok
With the size of Bangkok, it's hard to know where to stay! It also depends on what you come to do in the city. To enjoy beautiful, modern and cosmopolitan districts, you can rely on Sukhumvit. If you come for the holidays and a lively atmosphere, Khao San Road is a good option. There are many bars and clubs permanently open. To be as close as possible to sites of interest, Siam and Pratunam are ideal. Not very Zen or very natural, but so local!
Travellers and activities
One of the most important activities for families is to visit Safari World. This zoological park offers a small safari to see elephants, marine animals and the many other animal species that the park hosts. To stay in the wild, you can go to Sea Life. It is a gigantic aquarium where you can dive to see your favourite animals up close. Another atmosphere: the Dream World. It is an amusement park located in the north, in the province of Pathum Thani, only a few kilometres from the centre.Bangkok for architecture lovers
Bangkok is a city oriented towards spirituality. Even if you are not a Buddhist yourself, you will probably feel the spirituality that the temples are charged with. One of the most impressive is Wat Arun. Located on the banks of the river, this huge building is magnificent. Another exceptional temple: the temple of the Emerald Buddha. You can also take advantage of a visit to Wat Traimit to admire the Golden Buddha, an emblematic statue. To vary from religious monuments, the Grand Palais in Bangkok, which dates back to the 18th century, is worth seeing.
"Bangkok" is a name that is easy to remember and pronounce. But it is in fact only a tiny part of the city's real name, which extends over more than five lines!
Top 5 things to do in Bangkok
Cuisine is a real institution in Thailand. Bangkok is dotted with small traditional markets where you can eat on the go.2. Discover the city by aerial metro
The children will be fans! Bangkok's aerial metro is very recent: it dates back to 1999. The BTS, as it is called, is a jewel of modernity.3. Exit rue Khaosan
This street is famous for its nocturnal atmosphere. If you go through the Banglamphu district, you have to go there.4. Visit a temple
At least one, of course! Among the most beautiful, Wat Benchamabophit's. Its façade is entirely made of marble and reflects the sun perfectly.5. Getting to Rattanakosin Island
This green district is home to the Grand Palais de Bangkok and one of the most famous temples. You can relax in the sun after these few visits.
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Bangkok
At an average price of £425.58 per night, Bangkoklies at theupper end of the price range for holiday rentals in Thailand.When can you get the best deals on holiday rentals in Bangkok?
If you seek to make the most of your money, the most budget-friendly months to visit Bangkok are September (£271.19 the average price per night for accommodation), January (£314.73), and October (£320.27).When are holiday rentals more expensive in Bangkok?
Following the data observed in 2019, the costs per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of March (£585.01), June (£558.12), and April (£549.69).Are there usually many holiday rentals available in Bangkok?
It's worthwhile to be proactive in Bangkok as only 53% of the properties are available, following the data observed in 2019.What are the best months for a sponteneous getaway?
The months when it's the easiest to find available accommodation in Bangkok are June (the average amount of properties that are available reached 71.4% of the total in 2019), May (71%), and April (68.25%).When are fewer lettings available?
According to data from 2019, the months with the fewest housing options available in Bangkok are, in order, January (with 29.5% of available rentals), December (30.25%), and February (37%).How many holiday lettings does Holidu have in Bangkok?
Holidu offers around 2800 holiday rentals in Bangkok from 13 different partners, so you will find the perfect type of accommodation you are looking for. We've got you covered!