The largest city in Thailand is filled with the best food, culture, and one too many opportunities for fun. To get the most out of this city, try using a number of different apps which make exploring the City of Angels that much easier.
Here are the top apps you’ll need before heading to Bangkok:
Now that Uber has packed up and left Southeast Asia, the pick-up service app Grab, makes getting around Thailand’s cities quick, painless, and affordable. With Grab, riders are given a number of different vehicle options to choose from, including a taxi, car, or a vehicle that can accommodate up to seven people. In addition to rides, Grab also has the feature Grab Bike, which is a delivery service. Whatever it is you need, a driver on Grab Bike can get it for you.
Regardless of the length of stay, visitors to Thailand should arm themselves with a few words in its native tongue. From ‘how much?’ to ‘I’m single,’ knowing a few words in Thai will certainly come in handy and allow visitors to immerse themselves in the culture more flawlessly. That’s where Thai By Nemo comes in. Users can set daily language goals for themselves with the convenient Words For Today feature. The language is also broken into different categories based on what it is users want to learn, including Essential Phrases, Basic Questions, and for those who are less motivated, If You Only Learn 10 Things.
Bangkok’s nightlife is thriving, luring visitors out until the early hours of the morning. The result of this colorful nightlife is an equally as intense hangover. When this happens, turn to Food Panda. This app allows users to eat an abundance of food to their heart’s content without ever having to leave the comfort of their accommodation. This delivery app has a number of different restaurants to choose from, including Indian, Thai, vegetarian options, and more.
Forget everything you knew about messaging on your phone. One of the most popular ways Thais use to communicate with one another is via the Line app. Line provides users with free messaging, calling, and video calling. The best aspect of Line is the massive amount of emojis available at your fingertips. They are both adorable and surprising, with an emoji for every possible situation you could possibly imagine.
Navigating the city can be tricky, but the BTS SkyTrain app just made getting around that much easier. This app comes equipped with a fare calculator, so travelers know exactly how much coinage they will need to get from point A to point B. There is also a feature on the app called What’s Around, which shows users different businesses around a particular station.
Bangkok MRT is similar to BTS SkyTrain, but instead it helps users navigate the MRT Subway in the city. This transportation app estimates travel times for travelers, routes, fares, and more. In addition to the subway, this app also gives users tips on best restaurants, bars, top attractions and more at each MRT station, making it easy for backpackers to pick a station and explore.
Tuk Tuk Hop app will let you hop on hop off around Bangkok main attractions in a tuk tuk. Pay once and you can hop to different places all day. The tuk tuk service is on demand so you can relax and enjoy each place at your own pace. It is safe, easy, and fun. No more haggling or worrying about scam. Even if you don’t use our service, you can still use our app to get useful information about attractions in Rattanakosin area.
Book some astonishingly cheap flights right from your smartphone with Airfare for AirAsia. Those backpackers traveling to Bangkok will most likely use this airline at some point during their trip. AirAsia is one of the cheapest and most comfortable airlines in Asia, and with Bangkok being one of the best places to fly in and out of, this app will come in handy.
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