Lonely Planet, 2010 - 304 páginas
Two Bangkok insiders, 720 hours of in-depth research on the ground, 29 detailed maps, 75 bowls of güo•ay dée•o (noodles) eaten. Luscious colour section covering the best of Thai cuisine. Unrivalled coverage of Bangkok's diverse and vibrant nightlife. Content updated daily, visit Ionelyplanet.comlbangkok for upto-the-minute reviews, updates and traveller insights. Watch the sun set whilst sipping a cocktail at one of Bangkok's rooftop bars, and gear up fora magic night out in Asia's capital of cool. Explore the labyrinthine bustle of Southeast Asia's biggest open-air market as you bargain for everything from silk to spices at Chatuchak Weekend Market. Slurp up a storm over a fragrant bowl of world-class noodles at one of the city's many streetside stalls. Follow the drumbeat to a temple or shrine and delight in traditional la kon gâa bon (shrine dancing).

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Andrew Burke has lived in Asia since 2001. Whether working as a journalist and photographer for newspapers in Hong Kong, Australia and London, as a guidebook author, or iin his favourite mode of traveller-without-deadline, he has endeavoured to get off the beaten track as often as possible. Andrew is based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

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