Explore Bangkok in Under Rs. 25,000

Anupam Jolly

Last updated: Oct 18, 2018

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Want To Go ? 

Why Bangkok?

Looking for a destination abroad that’s breathtaking but also easy on the pocket? Bangkok is the place for you! Be it its picture-perfect beaches, friendly locals, great food and year-long sunshine, Bangkok has always been, and will remain, a haven for budget travellers. To top it all, there are a plethora of activities on offer, such as water sports, island-hopping tours, and those relaxing massages.


Friendly locals, great food and affordable accommodation make Bangkok a haven for budget travellers


Getting There:

Bangkok has two international airports: the Suvarnabhumi Airport and the Don Muang Airport. Both are regularly served by low-cost carriers from India. 


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Where to Stay:

Grand Alpine Hotel: Located right in the heart of Bangkok’s shopping district of Pratunam, Grand Alpine Hotel offers both Superior and Deluxe rooms at affordable rates.

Tariff: Rs. 1,900 per night | Amenities: Café | Free Wi-Fi | Restaurant | Shared Lounge

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Marvel Hotel: Located in Bangkok’s most vibrant area of Sukhumvit, Marvel Hotel is a budget-friendly hotel with Superior and Deluxe room options.

Tariff: Rs. 2,500* per night | Amenities:  Swimming Pool | Free Wi-Fi | Bar | Restaurant

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Hostels in Khao San: Ideally suited for backpackers, there is a wide range of hostels in Khao San with accommodation available at dirt-cheap prices.

Tariff: Rs. 1,000* per night 

After a long day of sightseeing, a relaxing massage is all you need!


What to Do:

Where to Eat:

Café Bangrak: Great live music and regular art exhibitions make this small place capture a large crowd each day. Known mostly for its fresh Thai delicacies, Café Bangrak is also popular for great smoothies.

Cost: Meal for 2 costs Rs.1,000* approximately

Opening Hours: 11 am to 11 pm daily

Address: Sala Daeng Silom Road, Silom, Bangkok | Phone: +66-26320256  

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Mrs. Balbir’s: With spicy Indian curries, including great vegetarian delicacies, such as Navratan Korma and Stuffed Tomato Curry, in its menu, Mrs. Balbir’s is a great place if you are looking for good Indian food during your Bangkok trip.

Cost: Meal for 2 costs Rs. 1,200* approximately

Opening Hours: Tue to Sun 11:30 am to 11:30 pm, Closed on Mondays

Address: 155/1-2 Sukhumvit Soi 11/1, Bangkok 10110, Thailand | Phone: +66-26510497

Total Cost of the Trip:

Expenses Cost for 2 nights (per person)*
Hotels Rs. 2,000*
Return Transport Rs. 20,000*
Food Rs. 2,000*
Miscellaneous Rs. 500*
Total Rs. 24,500*

* All tariffs and costs are subject to change. 

With cheap goods aplenty, Bangkok is a budget shopper’s paradise


Tempted to Spend Some More?

Shopping: Bangkok is a shopper’s paradise, mostly renowned for its cheap goods. Head over to Platinum Fashion Mall – a wholesale centre where prices are comparatively less than in some other parts of the city. For even better deals, plan your travel to accommodate a weekend in Bangkok and head over to the Chatuchak Weekend Market.

Day Trip to Ayutthaya: Spend an additional Rs. 800* to visit the historic city of Ayutthaya by train. After a scenic two-hour train journey, you reach the UNESCO World Heritage Site that has several historically important temples and museums worth exploring.

Dinner Cruise: Take the Chao Phraya Dinner Cruise to enjoy live Thai art and musical performance, Thai classical dance shows, and a great international buffet dinner. All this for around Rs. 2,500*.

Sneaky Tips:

Go off-season: Although Bangkok is a year-round destination, if you travel during the summer months from May to August, you can definitely save around 15-20% on your accommodation expenses.

Opt for street food: Check out street food options, instead of finding restaurants, to save a few Bahts.

So what are you waiting for? Pack your bags and book your budget trip to the ‘Venice of the East’ right away!  

*Prices may vary

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