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Bangkok is a colourful, high-energy megalopolis that offers a unique take on life. Welcoming more visitors than any other city in the world, Bangkok is adored because of its vibrant street life, its varied food offerings and its contrasting districts.
Bangkok is one of the top destinations in the world for medical tourism, and Thailand as a whole is a popular centre for health and wellness getaways. High-quality medical care is available at far lower prices than in other countries. With attentive, discerning treatment, patients who travel to Bangkok for cosmetic treatments get some of the best care in the world.
Before and after your surgery there is time to unwind, recharge and explore. Make the most of your vacation with these suggestions.
Despite being a very busy city, Bangkok has some beautiful spots where you can find peace and quiet. To enjoy some tranquillity, wander around Lumphini Park, where the sound of traffic melts away. If you really want to unwind, head to the Vipassana Meditation Center at Wat Mahathat temple and learn some meditation techniques.
Cultural explorations are a must in Bangkok:
When it comes to shopping, Bangkok exceeds expectations. If you fancy getting lost in a giant mall, try Siam Paragon, MBK shopping centre, or CentralWorld Bangkok (the largest of them all).
If you want to pick up some bargains before heading home, Bangkok Fashion Outlet offers unbelievable deals, as does GRI at Emporium.
If you are after a more authentic shopping experience, try the incredible Chatuchak Weekend Market, or the floating markets in Damnoen Saduak, which have dozens of boats laden with farm-fresh fruits, vegetables or flowers.
There are plenty of places to try Thailand’s iconic dish, Pad Thai, and also sample a variety of authentic delicacies. Victory Monument is a good hub for street food, as is Saphan Lueang. Ratchawat Market is another must do as it is the oldest and most traditional market in Bangkok. At Khao San Road, where East meets West, the food is altered to suit the Western palate.
A must-do in Bangkok is taking a boat ride down the Chao Phraya River at night, drifting past the lit-up temples while enjoying a dinner cruise. If you want to try something even fancier, enjoy spectacular rooftop dining in Vertigo at Banyan Tree, or try Asian fusion at the award-winning Le Du Restaurant.
Population: 8.281 million
Currency: Thai Baht (THB)
Weather: High season falls between November and March, when temperatures are comfortable. From April to June it is generally very dry and hot, with temperatures averaging 30°C in Bangkok. July to October is monsoon season.