A friend is visiting from Japan. And like the countless friends and friends-of-friends and colleagues-of-friends (and so on) that visit each year, he asked for some suggestions of what to see, where to eat, and where to sleep. Having been asked that question countless times before, I sent the PDF lists I have.
It occurred to me that I should be using this website for that purpose. After all, it is much easier to keep the pages updated and much easier for people to check in instead of passing around a PDF that is likely to be out-of-date the minute it is received.
So this evening I took some time to transfer those lists to the website. This all-purpose page may be of interest to you or someone you know. It has links to a page showing all the must-see sights in Bangkok for a first-time visitor; many of the recommended restaurants; and many of the recommended hotels at different price points.
One of these days, I will create a page showing the “hidden gems” of Bangkok – the things you should do if you have already seen the main attractions or want a different perspective on life here.
So please feel free to visit these pages, provide your comments and feedback, and share them with friends, friends-of-friends, and so on.
This seems like a very informative site with a decent map as well!
Great! Bookmarked for future reference. I haven’t been to Asia since 2011 and I’m hoping for Thailand to be my next destination.
If I mention your name at the Peninsula, will I get a discount? 😉
p.s. it’s good to see you blogging again.
You mention my name, you might get kicked out! Ha ha…
This is awesome! Looks very useful and there’s so many places I haven’t been, yet.
Time for another visit while in TPE.
And it is just a start. Come back to see more.
i take it one can simply walk and cover no.1 until no.16 within a day?