Bangkok is the most visited city in the world, thanks to its luxury shopping centres, world-class bars and restaurants and airports that serve as gateways to Southeast Asia and the world. Yet for all its charms and attractions, it isn’t without its places to avoid. Whether they’re due to popularity, seediness, scams or danger, here’s a list of places you may want to avoid if you’re.
King’s College International School Bangkok (“King’s Bangkok”), will provide a world-class education for girls and boys aged 2-18. King’s Bangkok will seek to engage, inspire and extend its students whilst focusing on our key values of kindness, good manners and wisdom.
The official name of Thailand is the Kingdom of Thailand and it was formerly known as Siam. Thailand has a land border with 4 countries including Myanmar (formerly Burma), Laos, Cambodia and Malaysia. Thailand has a population of 67 million people (67,448,120) as of July 2013. Bangkok is the largest city and the capital of Thailand.
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Thailand is said to be shaped like an elephant's head. One fifth of Thailand is covered by monsoon forests or rainforests. Thailand has a dry season and a wet season. Thailand's Cities and Landmarks Bangkok is Thailand's largest city. It is home to nearly 10 million people. Wat Pho is one of the oldest and largest temples in Bangkok.
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Working in Bangkok will give you an insight into a dynamic city and Thailand’s major business hub. However, it can also be quite challenging for many expats. The InterNations GO! guide to working in Bangkok provides you with information on employment, visa rules, taxation, and more.
Many professional expats live, mostly in Bangkok, and work for big international companies on salaries that would make them rich in any country. They can afford to, and do, live the high life. Some are single but others bring their family along for the adventure. They rent a big house, have a live-in maid, a driver and live a great life indeed.