Exploring Bangkok in Three Days; Suggested Itinerary

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For me, Bangkok is always favorite. I have visited Bangkok many times  but my feeling is always the same. Never stop thinking of a return visit. I definitely fell in love with this beautiful city.

Here is my suggested Bangkok itinerary for 3 days 2 night based on my trip experience on May 2015. It is without my dinner, shopping and guest house.

Day 1

Destination: Grand Palace, Wat Pho, Wat Arun, Ton Son Mosque, Khaosan

The Grand Palace

The Grand Palace

Don Muang Int. Airport to Grand Palace (Sanam Luang) Bus no. 59 15 Baht
Grand Palace Entrance Ticket(includes free entry to Dusit Palace) 500 Baht
Grand Palace to Wat Pho Walking
Wat Pho Entrance Ticket(free mineral water) 100 Baht
Brunch Near Tha Tien Pier 60 Baht
Wat Pho to Wat Arun Shuttle boat 3 Baht
Wat Arun Entrance Ticket 50 Baht
Wat Arun to Ton Son Mosque Walking
Ton Son Mosque to Wat Pho Walking +  shuttle boat 3 Baht
Wat Pho to Khaosan Bus no. 524 13 Baht
Day 1 Total   729 Baht

Day 2

Destination: Maeklong Railway Market, MBK, Asiatique

Asiatique The Riverfront

Asiatique The Riverfront

Khaosan to Victory Monument Bus no. 509 13 Baht
Victory Monument to Maeklong Market Mini van 70 Baht
Brunch At Maeklong Market 95 Baht
Maeklong Market to Victory Monument Mini van 70 Baht
Victory Monument to MBK (National Stadium) BTS 28 Baht
National stadium to Saphan Taksin BTS 37 Baht
Saphan Taksin to Asiatique Asiatique boat Free
Asiatique Entrance Ticket Free
Asiatique to Khaosan Tuk Tuk 150 Baht
Day 2 Total 463 Baht

Day 3

Destination: Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Dusit Palace

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

Khaosan to Victory Monument Bus no. 509  13 Baht
Victory Monument to Damnoen Saduak Floating Market Mini van 100 Baht
Damnoen Saduak Paddle boat ride 150 Baht
Spring roll At Damnoen Saduak Market 40 Baht
Damnoen Saduak to Victory Monument Mini van 100 Baht
Victory Monument to Dusit Palace Bus 13 Baht
Dusit Palace Entrance Ticket Free
Day 3 Total   416 Baht

For you dear hijab travelers, if you plan to stay at Khaosan area i do not recommend you to stay at Khaosan road. It is very crowded and noisy. I think it is better to stay at the hotel or guest house near Chakrabongse Mosque. Just walking distance to the night market Khaosan road. It is quite and you can find many halal stalls around the area.

During your visit to Bangkok, do not forget to download A Muslim friendly App for Thailand, And also check these site below:

  1. Complete transportation in Bangkok (Bus, BTS, MRT, Chaophraya Express Boat)
  2. Railway’s fares and timetable
  3. BTS’ fares and timetable

Hope this helps and happy travels!

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