The city of Bangkok navigates between oriental traditions and modernity, it is essential for your trip to Thailand. The City of Angels is torn on both sides of the Chao Phraya river, between a bank made of ancestral heritages and a city of South Asia where high tech seems to impose itself and where skyscrapers grow. It is not uncommon, during a stroll in small, picturesque and silent soï, these timeless alleys where traces of the Siam of yesteryear can still be found, to be won over by the deafening noise of the big arteries and their traffic jams full of taxis, only a few hundred meters away. Whatever means you choose to visit Bangkok; on foot, by tuk-tuk, by bike or by boat, the wonder will predominate. Discover the Buddhist culture between the multiple temples and the presence of the reclining Buddha, the emerald Buddha (Wat Arun, Wat Phra Kaew, Wat Pho), the Grand Palace or the flower market. The food will not only be spiritual because in the street food, or in the most starred restaurants, you will find much more than what you expected when you arrived. Nightlife is very present in Bangkok, known for its festivities, you will find the most beautiful places to party. Don't miss out on a canal trip to contemplate the extraordinary cultural richness of Thailand's capital. Do your shopping in one of Bangkok's floating markets or for the more modernist, in one of the city's large shopping malls (where you can discover Thai massages) and let yourself be carried away rather than overwhelmed by its extraordinary density.