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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a visa to enter Bangkok?

It depends on where you are from. In some cases, you will not need a visa if you and planning to stay in Thailand for less than 30 days. Consult this list to find out if you need a visa:

When is the best time to travel?

The most pleasant temperatures are from November to February. The hottest months are April and May and the monsoon period lasts from June to October. Heavy rain is more frequent during this last month.

What is the best area to stay in?

That would depend on how you approach your trip: backpackers usually stay in Khaosan Road and the surrounding area, in Skukhumvit and Silom there are a lot of services and a cosmopolitan atmosphere, and, if landmarks are your thing, then in Rattanakosin you will be close to the main sights. Siam Square is also a good central option.

Is Bangkok a safe city?

Bangkok is a safe city, because tourism is highly protected. At the same time, however, small tourist scams are very widespread too: keep an eye on taxi and tuk-tuk prices and the "temple is closed” trick.

What kind of weather can I expect?

Bangkok has a humid tropical climate with an average annual temperature of between 27ºC and 30 ºC. There are three seasons: summer (March to May), the rainy season (June-September) and the coolest season (October-November).

Where can I get the best exchange rate?

You can change money in banks or at exchange bureaus, where you will usually get the best exchange rate. Alternatively, you can also change money in hotels or get cash straight from an ATM.

How much should I expect to spend in Bangkok?

500 Bahts a day, if you eat at street stalls and use public transport. Staying at a ‘guesthouse’ costs about 250 Bahts, or, if you want a little extra comfort, plan on spending 1000-2000 Bahts a day with accomodation and meals in restaurants.

What is the typical food of Thailand?

The main ingredient in Thai food is rice, but, this is almost always accompanied by spices and vegetables to give a combination of hot, sweet and sour flavours. Don’t miss trying the pad Thai!

How can I move around the city?

Bus is the cheapest way to get around Bangkok, though private and shared taxis and, of course, tuk-tuks are also quick, cheap and affordable. Alternatively, jump on the Skytrain or take the ferry to enjoy the best views while getting around. But forget about hiring a car; the traffic in Bangkok is a nightmare.

What languages are spoken in Bangkok?

In Thailand the official language is Thai, although in the capital, where tourism is an important part of the economy, English is the second (unofficial) language.

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