Traveling to Bangkok

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Bangkok

Bangkok is the capital of the Thai kingdom. It is located in Southeast Asia and has a population of approximately 9 million people. It is distinguished by its strategic location, as the region separating the British and French colonial empires was the first port of Thailand, as it is characterized by a hot and humid climate, abundant rain and noisy nightlife. It is one of the most Asian cities that contain distinguished temples and palaces, major shopping centers, and multinational companies, as it is a regional power in politics, business, global finance, entertainment, fashion and culture, and in 2009 it was The second most expensive city after Singapore in Southeast Asia regions, and attracts more than 10 million visitors annually.

Types of Bangkok travel visa

  • Class B free visa: It is an exemption from the requirement to issue an entry visa, and its duration is (30) days and is valid for a period of (6) months, and is given to the following countries: UAE, Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait and Oman.
  • Class C visa upon arrival. It is granted upon arrival at the Thai airport in the visa section, and has a duration of (15) days, subject to extension, but with several conditions:
    • The passport must be valid for more than (6) months.
    • (3) Personal photos.
    • Paying (1,000) baht per person.
    • Fill out the form.
    • Show the card that was given to the passenger on the plane.
    • A travel ticket confirming the departure after (15) days.
    • The airports from which visa can be extracted are: Chiang Mai Airport, Bangkok Airport, Phuket, Chiang Rai Khoo and Somai Airport.

Wonders of the label

The name of the city is considered the largest name of the capital in the world in terms of the number of letters, so it contains more than 30 letters, and it means the city of angels or the intractable city, or the big city, and this name is a compound name of two languages ​​Sanskrit and Bali, and there are also some interpretations that explain that the name The abbreviation for Bang Ma-Kok means the place where olive trees are planted, as the word bang is often used in the names of cities on the seas or rivers, and the word Ma-kok means dry plum.

The most famous tourist place in Bangkok

Any traveler or tourist can visit the best tourist places in the city of Bangkok, as follows:

  • Khao San Road: It is a road located around the Chao Phraya rice milled river, as this road was a market for rice in the past, and what distinguishes it is that it contains cheap residential places, in addition to the many cafes, bars, restaurants and travel agencies.
  • Bangkok Channel: It is a channel used by people to transport and trade throughout the Thai kingdom, and it is one of the most important tourist regions of the country, where it is called the “Venice of the East”
  • Siam Niramit: It is a theater located in the middle of the city of Bangkok, where international theatrical performances are presented, dedicated to these performances and includes more than 2000 seats. There is also within the theater area a traditional Thai village, in addition to 3 luxury restaurants.
  • World Central: It is a middle-class shopping center that opened in 1990, and it consists of 8 floors. The center was burned by demonstrators in 2010, and it was reopened again the same year after its restoration.
  • Temple of the Reclining Buddha: It is a famous temple that contains the statue of the Reclining Buddha and is considered one of the largest and oldest temples in the city of Bangkok, where it was built nearly 200 years ago, and what distinguishes this statue is that it is plated with gold and is about 46 meters in length and about 15 meters high.
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