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    Bangkok is the bustling capital of Thailand and routinely one of the most-visited cities on Earth. From beautiful temples to buzzing marketplaces and notorious nightlife, Bangkok tourism offers a true experience for the senses and a chance to discover the essence of Thailand.

    When planning a trip to Bangkok, keep an eye on the season. The rainy season occurs from July to October, so most tourists choose to travel to Bangkok during the winter and spring months. However, the rainy season is not without its charms: both the temperatures and the crowds are noticeably lower, and tropical landscape shows of its most impressive shades of green.

    When you visit Bangkok, the explosion of sights, sounds, and smells can be overwhelming, but there are a few tourist attractions you shouldn't miss: the Royal Palace, Patpong night market, and the floating market in the outskirts are perennial favorites. However, one highlight of any Bangkok vacation is exploring the local marketplaces and sampling the savory noodles and skewers offered up by street vendors. Or, pay a visit to Chinatown to sample some of the best Chinese cuisine outside of China.

    No Bangkok holiday is complete without a bit of shopping. Haggling is a way of life in Thailand and while daunting for some visitors, the vendors' warm smiles and friendly demeanor make it a fun and rewarding experience. Now, have a look at these photos and tips from real travelers and help make your Bangkok trip one to remember.
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