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Bangkok for Young Singles

Destination(s): Bangkok

Bangkok is, undoubtedly, a haven for young travelers. The city offers a great balance of interesting activities, delicious and cheap food, and unbeatable nightlife. This trip offers some suggestions for ways to spend your days with your travel buddies or people you met at the hostel the night before. But don't let it limit you...Bangkok is perhaps best when you randomly stumble into your own adventure... read more about Bangkok for Young Singles

Sukhumvit Soi 1 Backpackers Hostel

Sukhumvit Soi 1 Backpackers Hostel

  • 220/7 Sukhumvit Soi 1
  • tel:+66 (0) 2 655 0604
  • Visit website
  • Bangkok, 10110
Wat Pho

Wat Pho

  • 2 Sanamchai Road
  • Phra Borommaharatchawang Sub-District
  • tel:+66 2 222 5910 / +66 2 226 2942 / +66 2 226 1743 / +66 2 225 9595
  • Visit website
  • Bangkok, 10200

Over 200 years old, Wat Pho is one of Bangkok's largest and oldest temple complexes. For an entry fee of 50 baht, visitors can roam the grounds with or without a guide, stopping along the way at numerous notable temples and sites. The most famous of Wat Pho's relics is the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, wherein lies an impressive 46 meter-long gold-plated image of a reclining Buddha. A first grade royal monastery, Wat Pho is also Thailand's oldest learning center and the birthplace of traditional Thai massage. Take a Chao Phraya River ferry to Tha Thien (pier). The Grand Palace is a short walk from Wat Pho. You can also cross the river from the pier to see Wat Arun. Beware that scam artists (often tuk-tuk drivers) will try to claim that the temple is closed for the day. Don't believe it.

[Note: Pho is pronounced with a P like Paul not an F like a Vietnamese noodle soup]
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Beirut

Beirut

  • Sukhumvit Soi 2, Phloen Chit Center, basement
  • Khlong Toey
  • Bangkok, 10110

Don't shun the basement location. This "down to earth" place is popular with foreigners and Thai alike. Located in Phloen Chit Center Tower, Beirut brings the best Lebanese fare in the city with the usual hummus and falafel but also a variety of meat combos. read more about Beirut

Nana Plaza

Nana Plaza

Ana's Garden

Ana's Garden

  • 67 Sukhumvit Soi 55 (Thonglor)
  • tel:+66 (0) 2391 1762
  • Visit website
  • Bangkok

Set in a lush garden with wooden decks, Ana's Garden Restaurant is a place to fall in love with. The food is popular for locals and travelers alike and offers a fine selection of grilled meats and seafood as well as an assortment of typical Thai dishes. read more about Ana's Garden

Chatuchak Park

Chatuchak Park

  • Paholyothin Road, Bangkok, Thailand
  • Bangkok

Although greenery may be hard to come by in Bangkok, Chatuchak Park surely has a lot of it. A sanctuary for joggers, bicyclists and picnickers alike since 1980, Chatuchak Park is home to a variety of trees, a winding artificial lake and public exercising equipment for all to enjoy. It borders Chatuchak Weekend Market, thus also making it a haven for exhausted shoppers who need a break from the crowds. And although it is a bit hidden, the rolling extension of the park to the northwest cannot be missed. read more about Chatuchak Park

Booze

Booze

  • 159/8 Sukhumvit 55 (Thonglor) soi 10
  • tel:66 662 715 0763
  • Bangkok
Route 66

Route 66