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6 free & cheap things to do in Bangkok, number 4 is amazing

6 free & cheap things to do in Bangkok, number 4 is amazing


Bangkok, a capital and also the most populous city of Thailand. Bangkok is a universal center point for transport, and has developed as an inside for entertainment,art, and fashion. The city is known for its road life and social tourist spots, just as its shady areas of town. Spas and massage parlours are the main attraction of Bangkok. But if you are a budget traveler and want to spend your vacations in bangkok in less expenses, this city offers you some great deals.

Here are 6 free and cheap things to do in Bangkok 

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1. Lumpini Park


Lumpini Park is one of the best park of Bangkok and the entry is also absolutely free. Lumpini Park is a spot where you can chill out from your daily routine without giving pressure on your pocket. Basketball court, yoga classes,running and cycling track, open air aerobics are the main attraction of this park. You can enjoy orchestra in winter months every sunday for free.

2. Chinatown and Khao San Road


In the east of Bangkok city, there is a Yaowarat Road which is also known as chinatown district. Chinatown is full of lip smacking food, chinese temples and some very nice stores for shopping. 

After exploring the Chinatown, the next nearest destination is Khao San Road which is only 10 minutes away by taxi from Chinatown. Khao San Road is the place famous for bars,hawkers and hostels. Night here is also very interesting if you are seeking for some opportunities, You know what I mean.

3. Bang Krachao


Bang Krachao is a man made island where you can escape yourself from the hustle bustle of Bangkok within Bangkok. You can take a bike on rent of‎ ฿100 for a day, which is the most effortless approach to take a tour of the island but keep it in your mind that you'll have to ride along generally restricted, raised banks. Bang Krachao is a home to a weekend market, a couple of little restaurants and various stilted homes.

4. MBK Fight Night


MBK's amazing battle night is unquestionably a standout amongst the most exciting shabby activities in Bangkok. On the off chance that you extravagant observing some Muay Thai warriors in real life without paying a penny, get yourself down to the MBK shopping mall when Fight Night is planned. Typically every Wednesday in season from 6pm, watch out for the occasion Facebook page to see when the following battling season begins. 

Arrive ahead of schedule to score a decent spot and hope to see big Muay Thai names from both inside the Kingdom and global stars.

5. Chatuchak Market


Chatuchak market is the largest weekend market in the world. If you are looking for some cheap options in Bangkok, Chatuchak is the best place to enjoy. Chatuchak is very much popular among tourists because one can get anything from this market. Chatuchak market opens from friday night to saturday and sunday.

6. Wat Saket


Wat Saket is the cheaper option as compared to the Grand Palace Complex. You can get a nice atmosphere and amazing views. Based on a counterfeit man-made hill, the Golden Mount is the sanctuary's most outstanding milestone. To get to the best requires an ascend somewhere in the range of 300 steps, which circle the chedi like an approximately looped snake. Wat Saket filled in as the capital's crematorium and the dumping ground for somewhere in the range of 60,000 plague unfortunate casualties.The way is all around cleared and the trip moderately simple on the off chance that you abstain from going at noontime or amid pinnacle summer months. Moving toward the highest point of the slope, you will be invited by a mass of chimes and displays of notable Bangkok.

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