In 2019 we went on a semi-business trip to Bangkok. It was unforgettable. What an amazing town, imagine the countryside.. which we didn't visit due to a lack of time. The highlights were the trips to places where hardly any tourists came and where you ate with the locals.
The food in bagkok is unbelievably fresh and diverse. We had no trouble whatsoever to sober our meals at the many small eateries on the street. A party to see how they prepare it in front of you!
I tried to hold on to this once back home, but you can only experience this completely in the country itself. I think that money for all cultures. A croissant in the Netherlands doesn't taste like it does in Paris!
CULINARY TIP: absolutely great food! We went there several times and at each time it was fantastic!
Noodle Restaurant YuYu’ Bangkok
518, 3 Phloen Chit Rd, Lumphini, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
The Artist's House (The Artist's House) is an ancient house in Thonburi that has become an art gallery. It is located across the Chao Phraya River. It is an excellent place to escape the modern buildings and hectic traffic of the city for a day.
Baan Silapin (and its neighborhood) dates back to the 1800s. Wooden decking takes you past traditional shops, cafes, local restaurants and temple.
The Artist's House has a long, white stupa that dates back to the Ayutthaya period and sits in the backyard. Throughout the building you can see many traditional paintings, masks and dolls. Traditional Thai puppet shows are also given.