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Airports in Seattle

Seattle is served by Seattle–Tacoma International Airport. The airport is located about 21 kilometers south of Downtown Seattle. Seattle–Tacoma International Airport offers flights to a number of destinations such as London, New York, Detroit, Portland, San Francisco, and more. Ground transportation options to and from the airport include Seattle's Central Link rail line service, shuttle services, taxis, Limos, and car rentals.

Explore Bangkok

The capital and most populous city of Thailand, Bangkok is one of the most tourist-frequented destinations around the globe. The vivacious atmosphere and full-of-zip nightlife make this city a great place to enjoy vacations. In addition, the magnificent palaces and temples, immense shopping options, and extensive canals prove that this city has something for every traveler. In addition, the imposing palaces and temples, wide array of shopping options, and extensive canals prove that this city has something for every traveler. Some of the major tourist attractions in Bangkok are Grand Palace, Wat Arun, Wat Pho, Giant Swing, National Museum & Wang na Palace, Chatuchak Market, and more.

Things to do in Bangkok

Wat Traimit

Known for its 10 feet high golden Buddha effigy that weighs more than five tons, Wat Traimit is a beautiful and ancient temple in the Chinatown Area. The effigy dates back to more than 900 years. Thus this place holds both religious and historical significance.

Dusit Palace

Constructed in European style around 100 years ago, Dusit Palace is one of the most prominent edifices in the city. It is built in golden teak wood and abodes world's largest wooden mansion. The palace encompasses 31 exhibition rooms along with a throne room, bedroom, and bathrooms.

Lumphini Park

Lumphini Park is no less than an oasis of nature in the boisterous town. It is a tranquil place where tourists can relax and relish nature's beauty. Moreover, free outdoor concerts are organized here on Sunday afternoons.

Best Time to Fly to Bangkok

One can visit Bangkok anytime in a year. Every season in Bangkok has its distinct charm and the country is at its enchanting best throughout the year. However, weather-wise, the most soothing months for sightseeing are between November and March. The months of March, April, and May are the warmest in Bangkok.

Bangkok Travelers' Reviews

  KEM
Perfect. Thanks
- Member  Aug 09, 2018
  thailand is worth visiting.
thai people are always smile and less arrogance. Thai is a non racial society. I never felt unsafe here in thailand
- suthatip  Jul 24, 2018

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