Getting from point A to B when you're in a foreign country can be a bit of a stress. You don't know the going rates and you don't want to get ripped off. You probably stand out like a sore thumb and your confused manner of looking around, looking down at your map and phone, coupled with the dslr that is conjoined to you is not really helping you mesh. Yet you want to be treated as a local. :o) hehe.
The great thing is, we found it super simple to get around in Bangkok! Hooray!
Because of being such a large city, there are a TON of ways to get around depending on your needs. The quality of some of this transportation is actually way better than a lot of US cities.
Some ways to get around include:
* BTS Sky Train
* Chao Phraya Express Boat
* Motorbike Taxi
* Renting your own Motor Bike
* Renting a car
* Bicycle (if you have way more energy & skill than me!)
* Walking (Could add: Running, Skipping, Jumping, Hoverboarding, Roller Skating, Skateboarding... ) lol
We primarily made use of the BTS, Chao Phraya Boat, Taxi, and Walking!
To learn more about each of these options and our experience using them, stop back starting tomorrow morning for some quick tips about the BTS skytrain. :o)
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