For those of you who love to walk and discover things while snooping around a city, Bangkok will be a treasure trove, waiting to be discovered.
First though, unless you are impervious to heat, one has to say that the best time to do so in Bangkok is December and January, when temperatures are more bearable. The rest of the year, especially during March, April and May, temperatures reach up to 40+C in the shade and humidity is as high as in your steam bath. The other months, from June onwards, is the rainy season and going out for walks is a bit like a lottery. You may have a sunny, fine day, but you may also experience a downpour like you have never seen before in your life. When it rains in Bangkok, it really rains and you often see streets flood. Besides that, let’s have a look at some interesting walks.
Needless to say, having your Bangkok local guide as a company on your walks, will make the experience much more exciting since he/she of course knows Bangkok in depth and will take you on the most interesting Bangkok Walking Tours. Chinatown It is a vast area of Bangkok with countless small streets and alleyways for you to snoop around and get a feel of the local’s life and customs. Your Bangkok tourist guide will know all the interesting places and where to get some great Thai food, look through shops, discover hidden shrines and temples, or where to get a great Chinese foot massage.