Get it NOW: eBook: 101 Things To Do In Bangkok!

By Mark Wiens 8 Comments

eBook: 101 Things To Do In Bangkok

Discover Bangkok!
Discover Bangkok!

First, I want to say a huge thanks to you!

It’s because of your support and your online sharing that Migrationology has survived.

Everyday I’m extremely grateful for what I’m able to do for a living, and it wouldn’t be possible without your help.

At the beginning of 2009, I landed in Bangkok with no plans.

3.5 years later, I’m still here, still exploring, and still as thrilled about Thai food as I was for my first satisfying bite years ago.

I’ve taken 16,718 photos (that’s only in Bangkok), probably eaten a couple thousand portions of food, learned a lot about Thai culture, and discovered things I never could have imagined.

Now, I’ve finally finished compiling my knowledge of Bangkok into a single useful guide.

I present to you “eBook: 101 Things To Do In Bangkok!”

Here’s what one reader has already said…

[quote]This eBook is a treasure for everyone in Bangkok. Not just visitors but residents, expats, anyone. – Colleen[/quote]

Along with personally selecting 101 attractions Bangkok has to offer, I’ve also included some of my top tips and recommendations for visiting the city.

If you’re a short term visitor or a long term resident, this Bangkok eBook is exactly for you!

Here’s the link. Get your copy now!




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  • Johan

    4 years ago

    Just bought the book as a preparation for our christmas holiday. I have tried to be well prepared and surfed a lot of websites but I must say this guide has by far given the best overview.
    I also enjoyed that the layout was really well prepared to enhance reading it digitally. Very nice work. Thank you.

    • Mark Wiens

      4 years ago

      Awesome to hear that Johan, and thank you very much for getting a copy of the guide. Hope you have a wonderful upcoming visit to Bangkok!

  • Arti

    4 years ago

    Now I know where to look when I am planning for Bangkok 🙂 Saw the screenshots of the book, looks fabulous.
    Have a nice day Mark 🙂

  • Brendan Cooney

    4 years ago

    I just bought this for my trip on Sunday! Similar to you, I don’t know how long I’ll be staying or where I will be. I’m gathering places I’d like to visit and will plan as I see fit 😉 I am 19 years old, and I work remotely. I might even end up living in SE Asia somewhere — who knows!

    I see a lot of people bash Bangkok, saying it attracts the bad side of Thailand, too many people, etc.

    What do you think about that?

    • Mark Wiens

      4 years ago

      Hey Brendan, first of all, thank you very much for getting the guide and great to hear that you’ll be coming to Bangkok soon. That’s fantastic you’ll be traveling around and possibly living in SE Asia for a while.

      Yes, Bangkok attracts lots of people, and just like any other city in the world, there are bad things, and there are lots of good things too. I guess no major city is even close to perfect, but if we can choose to focus on the positive (or the things we personally enjoy and like), that’s the way we can get past negative aspects. That being said, I know Bangkok is an incredible city with so much to offer. However, sometimes it takes a little getting away from the “top 10 most famous” attractions in the city – which is precisely why I wrote this guide – to give everyone ideas and tips about making the most of visiting Bangkok!

      Hope you enjoy Bangkok and let me know if you have any other questions or anything,
      Mark

  • อาหารไทย

    4 years ago

    That’s an interesting book. You said you’ve taken 16,718 photos in Bangkok thai’s amazing. Can’t wait to buy this book. Thankyou

    • Mark Wiens

      4 years ago

      Hey, yes lots and lots of photo, a couple of hard drives full. Thank you so much for getting a copy of the guide!