Bangkok

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Lonely Planet, 2006 - Travel - 298 pages
2 Reviews
Want more bang for your baht? This city won’t disappoint. Forget the tourist-brochure Bangkok of sedate floating markets and sterile shopping malls – you’re in for a wild ride. Bangkok is bursting at the seams with cosmopolitan cool and cultural prosperity: think uber-hip bars, scrumptious Thai cuisine, international fashion houses and stunning wats. This insider’s guide is your ticket to the best that Bangkok has to offer.

Let The Experts Do The Word, with tips on the best shopping deals, hotels and guesthouses and city tours.

Be Temptedby the world’s tastiest food; we show you Bangkok’s finest eating, from streetside stalls to top-class restaurants.

Beat Your Own Pathusing our detailed maps and walking tours.

Get Out Of Townand explore nearby beaches, a Unesco World Heritage site and glorious national parks.

Speak Upusing our handy language guide, packed with useful phrases.

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Review: Bangkok (Lonely Planet City Guide)

User Review  - Victoria - Goodreads

Really handy little guide, easy to carry and does the job. Maps much better than the main Thailand guidebook published this year too. Read full review

Review: Bangkok (Lonely Planet City Guide)

User Review  - Kari - Goodreads

This is the first City lonely planet I have bought. I will be able to get a better rating in a couple days as I travel around Bangkok Read full review

About the author (2006)

Cummings began travelling in South-East Asia shortly after finishing university. He is a graduate student of the Thai language and Asian art history.

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