Bangkok is a city that never sleeps and has long been known to be a city in which you can party almost any time of the day, as there is always somewhere that is open. If you are expecting guests to come and visit you in Bangkok, then you will want to show them a fantastic time when they visit you, and there are many places that you can go and things that you can do. Below is some advice to help you plan for your visitor’s arrival, which will guarantee to show them a side of the city that they would never usually see if they arrived as a tourist.
Take Them For Some Authentic Thai Food
There are a lot of people all over the world that love Thai food, and with so many delicious tastes and aromas, there is plenty from which you can choose when looking for a tasty Thai meal for your guests. If you are looking for the best Thai restaurant, then you will want to look at where the locals eat, which includes some of the fancy restaurants or the street food vendors that Bangkok has in abundance. You can get some excellent food in five-star restaurants, and some just as equally delicious food from a vendor on the street at a fraction of the price. Show them where the locals eat, and they will see a side of Bangkok that many tourists do not get to see when they visit.
Enjoy A Night On The Town
As well as taking your guests out for food, you can also take them out and paint the town red when they visit. Just as with the food, you can show them a fantastic time when you stay away from the tourist areas of the town and show them how the locals like to party. Whether it is enjoying cold refreshing drinks in a bar or club, watching live sports, or dancing till you drop, or blasting out the karaoke, there is an option in Bangkok for all tastes.
Take Them Somewhere Special
Your guests are going to want to see some of Bangkok when they visit you, but they will also most likely be interested in seeing how you live there. As such, if you have the space available, you can invite your friends to stay with you and show them how you live in the Big Mango. You will give them a unique perspective of how expats can live an integrate into Thai society, and show them that living in Bangkok is not a party every day of the year.