Bangkok is one of the world s most popular destinations. Its textiles and jewelry market provide opportunities to find unique products and great bargains. Bangkok has two international airports, with Don Mueang International Airport (DMK) being the smaller of the two. However, the majority of domestic flights from Bangkok depart out of DMK, and it is also only a short walk from the airport to the train station. The train gives you easy access to the heart of Bangkok, or you can take the train directly to Chiang Mai if you desire.
Many people come to Bangkok for the shopping, but there are so many great attractions that it would be hard not to do some sightseeing. Bangkok is known for its temples and wats. The most impressive of these is the Royal Palace Complex, which offers tours. The floating market is another favorite destination for travelers. Bangkok has many world-class restaurants, but you will find that the best food is served out of the small shops and food carts that line the city streets.
When you fly to Don Mueang International Airport (DMK), there are express buses between the airports that leave from the ground level of Terminal 1. Bangkok is always hot and humid, with temperatures climbing over 100 in April and May before the rains come. The biggest festival of the year is the Thai New Year (Song Kran) in early April, but be prepared to get wet.
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