Thailand’s capital, Bangkok, is situated on the south coast of the country. It’s famed for its decorative shrines, lively street life and an amalgamation of contemporary builds and ancient architecture. With an extensive array of religious sites such as Wat Trainit, Wat Arun or Wat Pho, which houses the largest collection of Buddha images in Thailand, Bangkok offers a truly Asian experience. The food culture is diverse and if you tire of traditional Thai food there are plenty of international cuisines to choose from. If you enjoy shopping then Chatuchak Market is a must. It’s one of the largest markets in the world and offers everything from clothing to pets.