Bangkok’s Best Places To Eat/Drink/Work
Bangkok is one of the most inspiring cities I’ve ever been too. Although we were only there for a month, I feel like we got to know the city. I truly loved it. Since we were both raised in small(-ish) Dutch cities that have nothing on a huge city like Bangkok, we were continuously in awe as we were wandering around.
There is so much going on in Bangkok, new cafes and shops are opening every day, and each one is even better than the last one. Because we are running our company while traveling, we are always looking for places that have an inspiring interior, fast wifi, tasty food, good drinks and a crowd that’s not spilling beer over our laptops.
Bangkok can be quite overwhelming at times. It’s so ginormous and busy and hot (oh god it’s so hot). If you are looking to escape the heat, have good coffee, work, or drink a beer or two (not all of them serve beer), these are the places to go. And there are so many more places like this, go out and explore!
If you find anything similar, let us know one way or another so we can visit them when we get to Bangkok sometime in the future!
Steph (@ 20 Years Hence) // // //
We have thus far only spent 2 days in Bangkok, but even in those 2 days, we fell in love and said many times that we could easily see spending months there. I know that some people have visited and hated Bangkok, but… I totally understand how that is possible. It is one badass city filled with amazing things to gawk at everywhere you look, and some of the best streetfoot I have ever experienced! I doubt we’ll be able to spend an entire month there when we return to Thailand, but at least now I’ll know places we definitely need to check out no matter how limited our stay!
Angela // // //
I guess it all depends on what kind of experience you have in Bangkok. You can have so many different experiences. If you hang around Khao San Road I can understand why you would hate Bangkok. But if you hang out in some of the other parts, you almost have to love it.
We’re in Kuala Lumpur now, feels sort of the same as Bangkok. Big, new, old, inspiring and a real big city. We haven’t decided which of the two we like better but KL definitely wins in the weather department. It’s still hot, but not as stuffy and humid.
If you go back to BKK, let us know and we’ll tell you some more awesome places!
Arianwen // // //
Great advice! I loved Bangkok but it was hard to know where to go out with so many options.
Angela // // //
It is hard, it’s so big and there is so much to do!
Casi @HeyNoobz // // //
This is awesome! We’ll be in Bangkok in the next month or so and we’re always looking for wifi!
Angela // // //
These are all awesome! Do you know where you are staying yet? We can recommend some really nice hostels!
River Kwai Resort // // //
Bangkok is great, though its crowded but still its nice to enjoy there. I have been there couple of times and I really enjoy hanging out there.
Caro // // //
Ugh. We have to go back to Bangkok whilst not broke. Our time in the city was mostly spent heating up ramen noodles in our room. These look amazing.