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Travel Guide To Bangkok

  • Thailand
  • Bangkok
  • 1568.737 km²
  • GMT+7
  • Thai Baht
  • Thai

So, What's so good in Bangkok?

Bangkok is the capital of Thailand and is a large and vibrant city with a population of 8 million. This is the center of Thailand and a must-see destination if you arrive in Thailand. The place offers so many experiences for everyone, even for the traditionalists who come alone with friends and also have families. The traditional public in Bangkok does not only offer plenty of attractions but can even pray in a synagogue and eat kosher, where? You'll find out later ...

The currency in Thailand is the baht, which is about one dollar to 30 baht. Prices in Thailand are often very cheap. Make sure you have small money because it will be hard for you to deal with large bills in the many markets and taxi drivers. There is a good and efficient way to ride the light rail but to avoid the unpleasantness of seeing bad things and stick to people, it is highly recommended to use taxis, they are very cheap and reliable. Do not forget to travel on the vehicle that best characterizes Bangkok, and is the tuktuk

At the exit of BKK, which is the largest of the two international airports and you will probably land there, there are luxurious and expensive taxis. It is highly recommended to get down to the popular taxis. They are much more reliable and cheap than the expensive ones. Very hot in Thailand and still need to go modest. You will sweat a lot, so take it into account in the amount of clothing you bring. There is, of course, a possibility to buy clothes in Bangkok, a recommended option, but according to the Polish mummy, it is better to have it than you will need it. In the same breath of modesty one must speak of kashrut. In general, Thais have nothing to do with kashrut and Jewish religion.

It's easy to go to Thailand for people who are looking for kosher, for example - "At breakfast there is usually no problem eating when there are vegetables, fruits, bread and eggs. A last tip, take care of yourself. There are pickpockets, there are cheaters. Girls, do not walk around alone that there will be no problems. Also, there's a lot of Sodom and Gomorrah in Bangkok, so you'll have to ignore it and put it aside and not let it ruin your experience. So far the review on Bangkok. This is a city that really should not be missed, and it is worth investing in it for more than two days.

Hope you have enjoyed and you are more than welcome to read about the other cities we suggest you read about them on our site.

Famous shopping areas in Bangkok

The most shopping spots in Bangkok that you should not miss
  • Chatuchak Market
  • MBK Mall
  • Pantip Plaza
  • Kawasan Street
  • Chinatown
  • Fortune Town
  • Emporium
  • Sukhumvit Street
  • Patpong Market
  • Paragon Center
  • Central World
  • Fortune Town
  • Rajdamri
  • Lompini
  • Amarin Plaza
  • The Mall Bangkapi

Bangkok It is shopping!

Bangkok is full of many malls and even more markets. I'll talk to you about two main shopping malls. Central World Mall which is the largest mall in Thailand. The mall is huge, very huge and offers 8 floors of impressive and unforgettable shopping experience. The second mall is the MBK mall that all Israelis know. In the mall you can find everything from everything but the specialty of this mall is its many cheap electrical appliances. Please note that the mall also has original and high quality brands and a lot of counterfeits. Look carefully at what you are buying.

Markets also have a great deal. The quasan, Bangkok's main street, offers a variety of shops and is a market attraction in itself. On the street there is also a nice shop where you can get fake certificates that look authentic with your name. We want to be journalists, agents, professors or whatever you want. This is definitely an amusing experience.

Another recommended market is the Sienasin market. This is a huge weekend market that operates only on Saturday and Sunday. If you want to go to it, of course you will prefer it on Sunday because on Shabbat we rest. At night there are many markets and this is a market experience in itself in Bangkok. The first market is the new Rachda railway market and the second market is a neon market. The two markets are very nice and offer everything from everything.

If we said market in Bangkok must talk about the floating market. The floating market is one of the nicest attractions in Bangkok, and if you were not in the floating market, as if you were not in Bangkok. The floating market comes with a shuttle and a guide who leave early from every hotel that respects Atzmon. It is highly recommended to book in advance.

The market itself comes with a traditional canoe, which is a very nice experience. The market also has everything. If you are hungry, there are plenty of fruit where you can peel or drink. The laws governing the cultivation of fruits are laws of alienation so that they can be eaten without cooking.

Attraction for Kids In Bangkok

The first attraction that is really good for children is Hello Kitty Cafe. The place is one big dollhouse of Hello Kitty. You do not have to buy food there, you can also buy other things, such as cover for a cell phone. The attraction of course will attract mostly girls.

In Siam Paragon, which is a famous mall in the city, there is a huge aquarium which is the largest in East Asia. The aquarium offers many types of fish to watch. One can be there with the children for hours, mesmerized by a glass that shows wonders.

A very nice and excellent place for a picnic is Lumphini Park, which is actually the corner of paradise in the bustling and bustling Bangkok. The park is large and impressive and it is also convenient to walk with a cart. The park is next to a river where catfish can be fed, it's great fun for kids.

If the children are not afraid of height, you can and should take them to a lookout point on the city, the most famous of which is Sky Rooftop. This is the highest observation point in the city, from which you can see all the rooftops of all the skyscrapers in the city. It's beautiful, it's impressive and even more beautiful at night.

How can you talk about Thailand without elephants? There is a place called Elephant Village, Elephant Village, which is a very nice place to ride an elephant with the kids. In recent years there has been a wave of protest against the abuse of elephants used for riding tourists. Note that if there is a fear of abuse, you may not want to go to the attraction because we Jews are committed to the cruelty of animals.

After all the shopping, even with the fruit, you must be hungry, and we promised kosher food.

At the center of the quasan, Bangkok's main street, is a Chabad house run by Chabad emissaries Rabbi Nehemiah and Rebbetzin Nahmi Wilhelm. There is a kosher glatt restaurant where the redemption of its title is a very tasty and satisfying schnitzel.

The service is of a very high standard and also has fruit and even chocolate fur for a sweet and tasty dessert. The price in the restaurant is popular, so you do not have to pay much to eat kosher. It is also possible to order a delivery from the restaurant to any place in Bangkok, so even if you are in a hotel that does not have kosher food, Chabad House gives you the solution to an empty stomach.

In the Chabad House there is a synagogue where you can pray Shacharit, Mincha and Arabic, and there is a very high chance that you will find a minyan If you stay on Shabbat or Yom Tov, It brings together Jews and an experience to be in it.

Another place where you can find a minyan and pray is the synagogue in the center of the Thai Jewish community called Beit Elisheva. The building is located in the Sukhumvit neighborhood and is part of the Jewish community that lives in Bangkok and is headed by Rabbi Yosef Chaim Kantor, who is also the head of Chabad and the Chief Rabbi of the Jewish community in Bangkok.

The synagogue in Bangkok os loctaed on the second floor of the Chabad House, There is other synagogue as name "Even Chen" also as locted in 320 Silom Rd, Suriyawong, Bangrak, 10500 Bangkok, Thailand, 4th Floor, Novotel Fenix Silom

Chabad house in Bangkok

+66-2-6292770
96 Ram Buttri Rd. Banglamphuu, 10200
9:00-24:00

Hotels near Chabad Bangkok

Riva Surya Bangkok
Nouvo City Hotel
Baan Chart Bangkok
Sleep Withinn Bangkok
Rambuttri House
Villa Cha Cha Hotel

Kosher Restaurants in Bangkok

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Baan Chart
Bangkok Thailand

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The hotel is a 2-minute walk from Khaosan Street And offers a variety of entertainment options, including air-conditioned rooms in addition to individual washrooms There is a swimming pool and a restaurant, and free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel

avg/night$52.00 SELECT

Rambuttri House
Bangkok Thailand

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Located a 2 minute walk from the Khaosan Road, Rambuttri House offers comfortable rooms with air-conditioning and a private bathroom. The hotel free Wi-Fi, a restaurant tour desk and a tour desk .

avg/night$22.00 SELECT

Riva Surya Bangkok
Bangkok Thailand

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Welcome to Riba Hotel Syria in Bangkok Hotel is located on the "Aryan cow" Stylish and air conditioned hotel with Wi-Fi internet access Hotel with two pools for conservatories and adults And a fitness center

avg/night$195.00 SELECT

Villa Cha-Cha Banglumphu
Bangkok Thailand

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Located closer to Villa Banglampu, Villa Cha-Cha is a 2-minute walk from Khaosan Road. Featuring modern Thai interiors, this hotel features an outdoor pool and rooms With free Wi-Fi.

avg/night$30.00 SELECT

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