Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand, mixes old school charm with megamalls. The streets are lined with food carts, overlooked by restaurants on top of skyscrapers. Buddhist temples are located near sleazy areas. 8.5 million people live in this sprawling metropolis, many coming from neighbouring cities and villages who seek a better life in the City of Angels.

Low cost of living, ease of transportation and foreigner-friendliness makes it is easy for digital nomads to settle here. Thais are known for their friendliness, and women digital nomads will feel at ease in Bangkok. The city offers amazing shopping, cultural experiences, amazing culinary scene and you can travel to the other provinces of Thailand from Bangkok easily via train, buses or planes.

Locals complain about the traffic jams, which is notoriously bad. Instead of renting a car or taking a taxi, stick to motorbike taxis or take the BTS Skytrain and MRT, which cover the city center and suburbs.

There are three main seasons: hot season from March to June, rainy season from July to October and cool season between November and February. April to May and September to October are the steamiest, with high humidity. The southwest monsoons arrive between May and October bringing unsettled, cloudy conditions.

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Coworking Spaces in Bangkok

Kliquedesk

Kliquedesk

93 Sukhumvit Soi 23

The Hive Bangkok

The Hive Bangkok

46/9 Sukhumvit Soi 49 (opposite Grease)

Hubba

Hubba

19 Ekkamai Soi 4

Basecamp

baseCAMP

1032/1-5 Rama IV Khwaeng Thung Maha Mek

Launchpad

Launchpad

1/F, Sethiwan Tower Silom, Pan Rd.

Inn Office

Inn Office

490/5 Phaholyothin road, Samsen Nai, Phayathai

Cafes with wifi

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Tours & Activities in Bangkok

Bangkok Night Bike Tour


Explore Bangkok at night on a bike tour that shows the bustling metropolis in a new light. Admire Wat Arun and Wat Pho lit up at night, wander through legendary Pak Khlong Talat flower market and taste delicious bites made fresh by street vendors. Your knowledgeable local guide shares the magic of the Thai capital when the air cools down, traffic eases and local people enjoy good food and company all along the streets. This small-group bike tour has a maximum of ten people, ensuring a more personalized experience.

Bangkok Small-Group Bike Tour


See parts of Bangkok you wouldn’t normally access on this 3-hour morning bike tour with a small group. You’ll ride off the beaten track on an easy 12.5-mile (20-km) route through laneways, over canal bridges and past vibrant temples. Your informative guide shares insights and points out Bangkok landmarks such as the Memorial Bridge, Wat Suthat and Wat Arun. Numbers are limited to 12 passengers to ensure a personalized experience. Check reviews, dates and prices, etc.

Bangkok Food Tour


Take a stroll through the Bang Rak district as you’re introduced to Thai dishes and drinks at food stalls, local eateries, a wet market and more. Taste authentic flavors and savory bites — up to fifteen distinct tastings — all handpicked by a knowledgeable guide. Numbers are limited to a maximum of 10 food lovers for a small-group experience on this 3.5-hour Bangkok food tour. Select a morning or evening tour.

Places to exercise

Fighting Spirit Gym

Fighting Spirit Gym

Learn Muay Thai at one of the best equipped gyms in Bangkok. Foreigner-friendly gym.

Benjakiti Park

Benjakiti Park

Set amongst skyscrappers, Benjakiti Park is great for running or biking around a huge, oval-shaped lake.

Yoga Elements

Yoga Elements

Regularly recognized as one of the top yoga studios in the city.