Synopses & Reviews
What Will Your Bangkok Encounter Be?
...grabbing a quick spicy meal streetside, or taking your time over mouthwatering seafood (p168)
...shopping till your credit card pleads for mercy at the mother of all Bangkok malls, Mah Boon Krong (p24)
...joining clubbers in their almost-holy pursuit of sanuk (fun) from midnight till dawn (p166)
...turning the tables - watching the tourists instead of the locals - at (in)famous Khao San Road (p54)
Discover Twice the City in Half the Time...
...full-color pull-out map and detailed neighborhood maps for easy navigation
...experienced Bangkok author recommends the very best sights, restaurants, shops and entertainment
...unique itineraries and highlights help you make the most of a short break
...locals' insights: a top Bangkok food reviewer's secrets on eating out, a veteran designer's shopping tips, and suggested places to get arty
, April 2007
'...Encounter guides...discreet in size, but generous enough on page count to provide a fuller city experience minus the hefty guidebook load.'
This full-color pocket guide with thoroughly overhauled content--including new and expanded sections on shopping, spas, and luxury splurges--takes travelers to the hottest new clubs and bars, and insider tips serve up information on the finest Bangkok meals, including the best streetside snacks.
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