Bangkok Essential Guide
by: Sutro Media • 0
From major temples to young new designer shops, this guide shows you some of the city's most exciting spots to explore. You'll find relaxing places to stay, visit historic neighborhoods, and discover the best malls and outdoor markets. You'll choose from a wide variety of places to eat, including pad thai joints, som tam sellers, and Japanese restaurants. Lots of pictures and concise descriptions, along with prices, addresses, hours, phone numbers, plus websites whenever available. Each entry includes a map that users can click on to find its location. GPS tracking feature helps you find nearby attractions. There is even a practical guide that includes useful information on the city layout, mass transit, getting to and from the airport, ordering meals, and useful phrases.
•Over 200 entries including restaurants, hotels, temples, shops, practical advice, and more
•Over 1,000 photographs
•Simple language guide with useful words and phrases, with pronunciation guide and Thai spelling
•Easy to use: filter by categories, and sort by name, cost, neighborhood, or distance
•GPS tracking tells you what's nearby
•Hotel, restaurant, street food listings with reviews
•Every entry includes address, neighborhood, BTS Skytrain or MRT subway stop if nearby, riverboat taxi pier if nearby, phone number, hours, prices, and website whenever available
•Practical guide section with dos and don'ts, using mass transit, ordering meals, getting to and from the airport
•Brief, clear, original descriptions; not an aggregate of Wikipedia entries
•Free updates for life
•Users can offer feedback
★ About the Authors ★
With over a decade between them spent floating down the Chao Praya River and exploring the city's meandering sois, two travelers who both adore Bangkok have joined forces to create this guide. They love the city's well-known attractions like the Temple of the Emerald Buddha at the Grand Palace and Chatuchak Market, but they also appreciate quiet spots, like publisher River Books' small shop near Wat Po, or a bowl of duck noodles at the neighborhood market. They think you'll like all these places, too.
★ About Sutro Media ★
This guide is published in partnership with Sutro Media. By enabling local writers to share their expertise on mobile phones, Sutro Media is making it easier and more fun to explore the world!
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