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10,937 fantastic holiday lettings from 30 providers can be booked in Bangkok with prices starting at £14 a night. By comparing these holiday rentals, HomeToGo brings you the best deals and the most popular rentals in Bangkok.
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Price and Availability Index in Bangkok
Holiday Letting Price Information in Bangkok
We analysed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows holiday letting prices for the next twelve months in Bangkok. in Bangkok, prices can go up to £51 (05/10 - 12/10). Prices decrease in November to an average of £46 per night (17/11 - 24/11).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Bangkok
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in Bangkok. In October (20/10 - 27/10), only 71 are available. Conversely, it is in February (16/02 - 23/02) that the highest percentage of rentals are available.
The weather in Bangkok
This is the climate diagram in Bangkok. On average, the warmest month is April. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Bangkok, with temperatures going under 22°. The rainiest month is April while the driest month is February.
Bangkok holiday lettings – explore Bangkok your way
From Silom to Sukhumvit, Bangkok holiday lettings are the ideal home away from home in Thailand's capital. Modern meets traditional in this city filled with world-class attractions from the Gaint Swing and Grand Palace to the frenetic markets of Patong and mouthwatering street food that is low on cost but big on taste.
Eating out in Bangkok
Even if you have fantastic Bangkok accommodation, you'll want to eat out as much as possible to sample the incredible range of foods on offer. Classic dishes like green curry, cashew chicken and fried rice adorn every menu but Thai cuisine is wildly diverse and it's great to expand your palate. Try the some tam salad with sticky rice for a taste of authentic local food, and the mango and sticky rice is a crowd pleaser for those with a sweet tooth.
Soi Convent, just off the Silom Road, is one of the best street food destinations in Thailand. Packed with stalls selling an array of dishes – grab a beer from the shop and explore at your leisure. Cabbages and Condoms is a fantastic Thai restaurant with a charitable cause for those who want to give something back to the community.
Bangkok's cultural side
Thailand has a rich history of rule and religion and the temples and palaces are a great way of learning about the county's past. The Grand Palace is Bangkok's most opulent and impressive palace – make sure you're dressed suitably or you won't be admitted. Wat Arun, opposite the Palace on the other side of the river, is one of the prettiest temples if not the largest. For the best views of Bangkok's unique skyline, take a trip down the Chao Phraya River at sunset and witness these imposing structures as the night blossoms in Bangkok.
Siam Square is also home to a Modern Art Museum which hosts a range of exhibits and is a great choice for escaping the midday heat in some much-needed air conditioning.
Going out in Bangkok
Bangkok has a reputation for being a party city, and while there are plenty of opportunities to party, there's much to do with a more sedate character too. Sukhumvit and Silom are the two districts with the most nightlife, both of which have countless bars, clubs and restaurants. The gay-friendly areas of Soi 2 and Soi 4 are popular with both locals and westerners alike.
For a cocktail with a view head to LaBua at State Tower or the Bayen Tree Hotel. If your budget won't stretch that far, then Cloud47 is a much more economic affair while still offering excellent views over Bangkok.
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