Hipmunk City Love: How to Spend a Perfect Day in Bangkok

The Satori Saga

With over 26 million tourists visiting Thailand every year, Global Destination Cities Index ranks Bangkok as one of the most visited cities in the world. It’s no surprise — Thailand is home to hundreds of islands, beaches, diving sites, shopping malls, and temples, but what if you have only one day to explore the exuberant capital.


Around 100km from Bangkok, Damnoen Saduak Floating Market is the most famous floating market in Thailand. Go sightseeing in the morning before the crowds arrive and the heat builds up.

Floating MarketColorful canoes float through narrow khlongs, making short halts at small shopping stores. You’ll find varieties of Thai souvenirs and fresh fruits and vegetable in this bustling market. While you’re busy exploring the market on the go, try the delicious mango sticky rice and Phat Thai that are freshly prepared by the locals in their sturdy canoes.

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Santosh Namby

A lover of Nature who loves photography and works as a Civil Servant, Santosh Namby Chandran has been a photographer for several years. Starting with a point and shoot 35mm film camera from canon to progressing to a film SLR and then a DSLR, his photographic journey has been a long one, filled with immense learning. Trained as an Ecologist and a Civil Servant, he merges his worlds and moves seamlessly though the corridors of power as well as overgrown jungles. An avid trekker and hiker, he has a penchant for shooting butterflies and birds...

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