The article guides a tourist who plans to visit Bangkok on his or her own. Although traveling alone might be intimidating, the author offers a solution to this problem, because it can be one of the, most rewarding experiences that one will ever have. This is because the people in Bangkok are amiable. First, the author’s advice is that while traveling alone, it is essential to stay close to public transportation because it is cheap to get around the city using public transport.
Second, it is necessary to book a hostel because it will be the best way to meet like-minded travelers who are also traversing the city alone. Third, the author gives solo travelers advice to have a drink on Khao San Road because it has mixed reviews because most travelers meet on this road.
On the other hand, the road is lined up with tourist-ridden streets that most people enjoy staying over the nights and days. Fourth, the author insists that the solo traveler should visit where the experts go because the people in Bangkok have extensive expertise such as Cheap Charlie’s, which is an outdoor street sidebar that is filled with cheap drinks and foreigners. Fifth, it is essential to visit the top attraction areas in Bangkok which include the Grand Palace, Wat Pho and Wat Arun that is currently under construction covered in scaffolding.
Sixth, a solo tourist needs to visit the city’s outdoor shopping areas among them include Chatuchak Weekend Market, which is categorized among the largest markets in the world. Some other markets in Bangkok include Liab Duan Night Market, JJ Green Night Market, Pak Khlong, Rod Fai Train Market and the famous Asiatique the Riverfront Market. Lastly, the author insists that solo tourists should learn some Thai language which will make one attempt to have a conversation and the Thai people will appreciate one’s efforts.