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Food options will depend on where you are, there is food available everywhere and lots of good choices. It would help folks answer to know you will be staying or hanging out in Bangkok. Street food is safe to eat, Thais take pride in preparing good food. Most is prepared in front of you from fresh ingredients. The only real food to be wary of is the dish ...


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What constitutes 'trustworthy' or 'safe' very much depends on your own standards. I would say that Bangkok is quite safe. It's exceptional for tourists to be the targets of violent crime. But, tourists are an obvious target nonetheless, probably more so through scams than crime. Here's just one of many articles on the web that list Thai scams you should be ...


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There are actually only three areas in Bangkok licensed for actual go-go bars, meaning scantily dressed girls of negotiable virtue dancing on stage: Patpong, the original, the most infamous, the seediest and the touristiest Nana Plaza, essentially a single building packed full of go-gos Soi Cowboy, a short lane packed full of more go-gos There are also a ...


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Yes there is baggage storage at Suvarnabhumi Airport, on the arrivals floor near door 3. So you could get rid of your bags for a while, go enjoy a coffee or meal at one of the restaurants on level 3, then meet your parents when they arrive. Or you could head for the hotel and see what the possibilities are. They maybe able to check you in early or if not ...


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All three of the major operators sell prepaid SIM cards with a data allowance from their counters on level 2 or Suvarnabhumi airport. Providing you have an unlocked GSM phone / tablet (no CDMA), you can have 1GB of data for 7 days for 300 Baht (less than US$10). True and DTAC both have 4G networks, and the tourist plans also have free wifi which is widely ...



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