Travelers Rate Bangkok As the #1 City in the World
Travel and Leisure, an American based magazine dedicated to tourism, as of late distributed their thirteenth yearly travel survey. Bangkok, Thailand’s cosmopolitan capital city, was voted by their perusers as the top city goal on the planet. In the survey of the world’s best inns, India and extravagance rose camp resorts in East and South Africa ruled the rankings. Remember that Travel and Leisure’s readership is for the most part American – as voyagers, they are not the financial plan, hiker sorts and their decision in lodging is outfitted towards select and extravagance resort inns.
Why is Bangkok #1? I can comprehend why voyagers from the west (farangs) would be pulled into the City of Angels. Bangkok has that supernatural charm – in many regards, it is exceptionally westernized however in the meantime it is so extremely outlandish and remote. Pluses are fabulous shopping openings, an assortment of captivating social attractions, an extraordinary determination of fine eateries speaking to cooking styles from around the globe – Thai, Indian, Chinese, Italian, French, American, Japanese and so forth – and a most titillating nightlife. Also, Bangkok has a portion of the finest lavish inns on the planet – not really where I stay when I go to Bangkok, as I’m inclined toward the more unassuming environment. For a huge city, Bangkok is one of the most secure on the planet. On the drawback, as most huge urban communities, Bangkok has repulsive car influxes and the air is extremely dirtied. The main concern, in case you’re a foodie and shopping, is your thing, at that point, you’ll cherish Bangkok.
My own take – I should concede that while I am not disposition attached to huge urban areas, I observe the City of Angels be completely entrancing. In spite of concessions to advancement and toward the West, Bangkok precisely keeps up the embodiment of Siam culture – the old ways and customs stay as solid as ever. Despite various treks there, Bangkok keeps on being a bewilder and riddle to me. Perhaps that is the reason I continue returning – to fathom the bewilder.