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19th Mar to 24th Mar, 2024Splurge a Little Flight
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Things to do in Bangkok in March

Day 1 - Wednesday 20th, Mar
morning -

Arrive at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport and transfer to the luxury Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel. Enjoy a lavish breakfast at the hotel with your friends.

afternoon -

Head to Flight of the Gibbon for an exhilarating zipline adventure through the Thai rainforest. After the activity, savor a delicious lunch at Blue Spice Restaurant.

evening -

Relax and unwind at the Banyan Tree Spa with a rejuvenating massage followed by a gourmet dining experience at Vertigo Restaurant & Moon Bar, offering a breathtaking panoramic view of the city.

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Day 2 - Thursday 21st, Mar
morning -

Visit the iconic Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha) and marvel at the impressive architecture. Then, enjoy a delectable brunch at Thipsamai, known for serving the best Pad Thai in Bangkok.

afternoon -

Embark on a private luxury boat tour along the Chao Phraya River, passing by the Grand Palace and other historic landmarks. Indulge in a gourmet lunch on board as you take in the city's mesmerizing skyline.

evening -

Dine at the iconic Sirocco Restaurant, located on the 63rd floor of the Lebua at State Tower, offering unparalleled views of the city while enjoying a sumptuous dinner.

Day 3 - Friday 22nd, Mar
morning -

Embark on a speedboat tour to the beautiful Phi Phi Islands for snorkeling, swimming, and exploring the stunning limestone cliffs. Have a gourmet breakfast at The Dock Seafood Bar.

afternoon -

Return from the Phi Phi Islands and spend the afternoon relaxing at the luxurious Como Metropolitan Bangkok. Enjoy a leisurely lunch at nahm, known for its exquisite Thai cuisine.

evening -

Experience the vibrant nightlife of Bangkok at Khao San Road, known for its lively bars, street food vendors, and energetic atmosphere. Explore the bustling night market and enjoy a dinner at Thip Samai Pad Thai.

Day 4 - Saturday 23rd, Mar
morning -

Venture to the Chao Phraya River for an exhilarating jet ski tour, offering scenic views of Bangkok's skyline from the water. Enjoy a delectable breakfast at Sala Rattanakosin Eatery and Bar.

afternoon -

Head to Urban Playground for an adrenaline-pumping indoor skydiving experience with state-of-the-art wind tunnel technology. Enjoy a gourmet lunch at Gaggan, renowned for its innovative Indian cuisine.

evening -

Indulge in a dining experience at Nahm, offering a contemporary twist on traditional Thai cuisine and a Michelin-starred status.

Day 5 - Sunday 24th, Mar
morning -

Explore the high-end shopping districts of Bangkok, including Siam Paragon, Iconsiam, and CentralWorld. Indulge in a luxurious breakfast at the renowned Erawan Tea Room.

afternoon -

Splurge on a personalized luxury shopping experience at the upscale Gaysorn Village. Enjoy a delectable lunch at the renowned Issaya Siamese Club, known for its fusion Thai cuisine.

evening -

Transfer to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport for your departure, concluding a thrilling and luxurious adventure in Bangkok.

Weather in Bangkok in Invalid date
Avg Temp25°C to 35°C
Chance of Rain60%
SeasonHot and humid season

March is a hot and humid month in Bangkok, with average temperatures ranging from 25 to 35 degrees Celsius (77 to 95 degrees Fahrenheit). The humidity is typically around 70%, which can make the heat feel even more oppressive. There is a chance of rain on most days, but the showers are usually short-lived. So we are suggesting you pack accordingly.

Travel eSims for Thailand

*Travel eSims are a great way to stay connected while travelling. They are easy to set up online, no need to visit a store, and can be used in multiple countries. They are a data saver compared to international roaming and are compatible with most phones.

Things to Carry on your trip to Bangkok

Clothing & Apparel

Lightweight clothing -

T-shirts, shorts, and skirts made of breathable fabrics like cotton or linen are ideal for the hot and humid weather.

Comfortable walking shoes -

You'll be doing a lot of walking in Bangkok, so make sure your shoes are supportive and comfortable.

Hat -

A hat will help protect you from the sun.

Scarf or sarong -

A scarf or sarong can be used as a headscarf, a wrap, or a beach cover-up.

Swimsuit -

If you're planning on swimming, pack a swimsuit.


Sunscreen -

The sun in Bangkok is strong, so don't forget to pack sunscreen.

Sunglasses -

Sunglasses will help protect your eyes from the sun.

Insect repellent -

Insect repellent will help keep mosquitoes and other bugs away.

First aid kit -

A first aid kit is always a good idea to have on hand, especially if you're planning on doing any activities that could lead to injury.

Travel documents -

Make sure to pack your passport, visa, and other important travel documents.

Essentials & Must Haves

Money -

You can exchange currency at the airport or at banks and exchange bureaus in Bangkok.

Credit cards -

Credit cards are widely accepted in Bangkok.

Phone and charger -

Your phone will be your lifeline in Bangkok. Make sure to pack a charger.

Camera -

Bangkok is a beautiful city, so you'll want to pack a camera to capture all the memories.

Guidebook -

A guidebook can help you plan your trip and learn more about Bangkok.

Good to have

Reusable water bottle -

Bangkok's tap water is not safe to drink, so it's a good idea to bring a reusable water bottle.

Power bank -

A power bank will help keep your phone and other devices charged.

Universal adapter -

If you're coming from a different country, you'll need a universal adapter to plug in your electronics.

Small backpack -

A small backpack is a great way to carry your essentials while you're exploring Bangkok.

Travel insurance -

Travel insurance can protect you in case of lost luggage, medical emergencies, or other unexpected events.


Phone -

Your phone will be your lifeline in Bangkok. Make sure to pack a charger.

Camera -

Bangkok is a beautiful city, so you'll want to pack a camera to capture all the memories.

Laptop or tablet -

If you're planning on doing any work or research while you're in Bangkok, you may want to pack a laptop or tablet.

E-reader -

An e-reader is a great way to relax and read while you're traveling.

Headphones -

Headphones will help you block out the noise and enjoy your music or podcasts.

Good to Knows

Payment Options -

Cash and credit cards are both widely accepted in Bangkok. However, it's always a good idea to have some local currency on hand for small purchases.

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