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The Ultimate Guide to Bangkok: One Week In Bangkok

Finally! After almost four months of writing, designing and a seemingly endless nights of work, my first ebook is out!

Bangkok ebook

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Today I’m publishing the first of a series of eBook, which I want to write in the next couple of months.

 

“One Week In…” is a series of E-guide books I will publish here on Off-The-Path.com. The idea behind the E-Guides is to help you around a city or country within a week. It’s aimed for people who don’t have that much time to travel but still want to experience the city as much as possible and try to live like a local. Slow travel and getting to know a place requires a lot of time.

Check out this short preview:

 

I lived almost a year in Bangkok and tried to include as many relevant as possible while keeping it as short as possible. This, in my opinion, is all you need to get to know the city in a really short time!

On 50 Pages I have summarized the most important information about traveling in Bangkok.

 

The “One Week in Bangkok” E-Book talks about:

WELCOME TO THE CITY OF ANGELS
WHEN TO TRAVEL TO BANGKOK
HOW TO GET AROUND BANGKOK
SIGHTSEEING IN BANGKOK
SHOPPING IN BANGKOK
WHERE TO STAY IN BANGKOK
WHERE TO EAT IN BANGKOK
WHERE TO DRINK & PARTY IN BANGKOK
BANGKOK OFF THE PATH
LEARN THAI FOR BEGINNERS
EASY PRINT AND FOLD TRAVEL GUIDE
ITINERARY RECOMMENDATIONS

 

 Why you should get this e-Book?

Everybody who plans to travel to Thailand will end up at least one night in Bangkok. Try to stay there longer and experience what the city is all about. And even if you aren’t planning to visit the city, download the ebook and learn about different places!

Bangkok ebook

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22 comments on “The Ultimate Guide to Bangkok: One Week In Bangkok

  1. Emma @ GottaKeepMovin on

    Amazing job on this! I’ve always felt that when I got around to going to Bangkok I’d be so confused about things to do that I woudn’t know where to start – there’s so much information everywhere. This gives that all in one place so it’s incredibly useful!

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  2. Uptourist on

    I have been to Thailand when I was a child. My mother was taking some masteral classes there and we live there for quite a while. All I remember are the water boys selling water that keeps making rounds for I am 3 years old back then. I wish to go back there someday.

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