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Sukhumvit Road in Bangkok is a hive of activity.

Posted by trevor on 28th July 2019
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Sukhumvit Roadway in Bangkok Thailand, a place with everything!

Sukhumvit Road in Bangkok has many shopsSukhumvit Road in Bangkok, can be thought about as the “primary drag” in Bangkok. A six-lane road, with an overhead train and a fenced divider, it is a tourist’s dream or a traveler’s nightmare. Firstly, make sure you cross this busy road in designated areas. If you nip across and try to climb over the dividing fence you may end up in trouble with police officers. The street is wall-to-wall vendors, morning and night. You can buy practically anything from clothes, to mementos, to food and drink. There are many fake goods on offer so be sure to check the authenticity of what you are intending to purchase.

There are also numerous good restaurants along the roadway featuring Thai, Italian, American, and many other nations’ food. And, of course, there are thousands of food vendors hawking their rice, noodles, and soups. Try then vendors stalls, the food is often delicious and very cheap.

Where to go areas?

The primary touristy area of Sukhumvit ranges from Soi 1 to Soi 33. You have various choices available to you. For example, you can visit beer bars on Soi 1. Then you have other alternative options such as Go-go bars on Soi 4, and of course there are a variety bars on Soi Cowboy or Soi 33. There are a few expatriate hang-outs around Soi 22. You will also face the girls of the night marketing their wares and you might even face some third genderites that might be after your wallet. Be careful.

Venturing down a few of the side Sois, you can find tailor shops, sports bars, various hotels, massage and beauty parlors, and stores of all sizes and shapes. Getting a hairstyle, manicure, facial and massage for about $20 USD is a real deal. For example, an Italian dinner at Pomodoro’s and after that head off for some adult beverages.

Sukhumvit Road in Bangkok, a road that is just one of a kind!

Sukhumvit Road in Bangkok home to world famous Nana PlazaSukhumvit Road has all of it. You can go shopping, eat, be and enjoy incredible entertainment and do it all just by walking around. Meanwhile, simply off of Sukhumvit Road are two of the most popular entertainment places for travelers in Bangkok. On Sukhumvit and Soi 4 is Nana Entertainment Plaza (NEP). You are presented with three stories of bars in a U-shaped arena. Whatever you are looking for you will find. Everything from beer bars to go-go’s and one on the 2nd floor that is for the gender challenged.

Above all, if that wasn’t enough, there is even more up Sukhumvit, between Soi 21 and Soi 23 is Soi Cowboy. This street has been around since the 1970’s and serves mainly the expats in the area. However it’s popularity has increased and now attracts more and more tourists that have discovered it. There are numerous little go-go bars and lots of adorable women on the street attempting to attract you to come inside their bar. Some of the bars have entertainment programs that need to be seen to be thought about. Written descriptions will refrain from doing them justice. Yes they really are off the wall so to speak.

Come and visit this incredible road in Bangkok.

Sukhumvit Road is not for the tame. It is an unique experience however caution must be taken as it would in any huge city. You will not find yourself thinking that you are bored walking around Sukhumvit Road. Warning to you though, be cautious. With a large quantity of travelers, the crowded street is well-known for pickpockets. They work individually as well as in organised teams. Keep you bag closed and wallet in a front pocket of your trousers or jeans.

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