Holiday house & apartment in bangkok

Holiday house & apartment in bangkok

Apartments in Bangkok

The top 50 apartments in Bangkok

Price and availability index for Bangkok

Price information for accommodation in Bangkok

We’ve analyzed the prices of vacation rentals in Bangkok to help you find the best time to travel. Holiday rentals are most expensive in May (02.05 – 09.05.). The cheapest month of the year is October with an average price of 65 € for an apartment.

Availability information for apartments in Bangkok

This graph shows the availability of apartments at different seasons. A vacation rental in Bangkok is hard to find especially in July, as only 61% of the available accommodations are available. The week with the highest availability is in December (28.12. – 04.01.) – 76% of the holiday rentals are available.

Welcome to Bangkok

Discover Bangkok

Bangkok is a Southeast Asian metropolis of superlatives and a fascinating mix of tradition and modernity, East and West: over 400 Buddhist temples, palaces and Buddha statues, great arts and cultural events, glamorous shopping, stylish rooftop bars, vibrant nightclubs and modern fusion cuisine in excellent Gourmet restaurants or great street food in simple food stalls, the Thai capital immediately captivates its visitors.

About Bangkok

In the “Venice of the East” the most beautiful sights can be explored on an express boat trip over the Khlongs, the canals of Bangkok:

Admire the unique cultural assets of the Grand Palace and Wat Arun

Haggle for unusual souvenirs in the floating markets

Find your perfect apartment in Bangkok

Neighborhoods and accommodations

The exciting interplay of traditional and modern Thailand is particularly evident in the exploration of the different parts of Bangkok. The modern Sukhumvit area around the long Sukhumvit Road is a typical business district. Siam Square is one of the central squares as well as an important hub of public transport: here, the Sukhumvit and Silom lines of the Skytrain intersect. From Baiyoke Tower, Thailand’s tallest building, you can enjoy a great view of Bangkok. Silom, the neighborhood around Silom and Sathorn Road, is the nation’s premier financial center by day and night’s nightlife. Here, the famous Patpong Night Market takes place on the Soi Patpong. In the Rattanakosin district, between the Chao Phraya and Sukhumvit, are not only the famous Khao San Road – Bangkok’s backpacker mecca – but also all sorts of attractions such as the Great Royal Palace, Buddhist temples and the Thanon Yaowarat, Bangkok’s Chinatown. Whether a stylish apartment in one of the trendy neighborhoods or a spacious vacation home with a pool – Wimdu offers a wide selection of private accommodation in Bangkok.


Bangkok is a unique melting pot of traditional and modern, Asian and Western culture and one of the most exciting cities in Southeast Asia: in the financial district, elegantly dressed businesspeople dine at the roadside on mini-plastic stools of the food stalls; The air-conditioned Skytrain roars over the traffic chaos of hundreds of tuk tuks and rikshaws. Bangkok is hot, loud, chaotic – but fascinating at the same time. And oases of tranquility can be found in the metropolis numerous! In the Old City, you can relax in the Grand Palace – the former residence of the kings of Siam – or in the temples of Wat Phra Kaeo – with the National Shrine of Thailand, the Emerald Buddha or Wat Pho – the oldest temple in the city from the 16th century , Moreover, Bangkok is a shopping paradise! The latest designer fashion can be found in chic malls such as the MBK, Central World or Paragon. Copies of this can be obtained on the numerous textile markets such as the Chatuchak Weekend Market. After all, Bangkok is a paradise for night owls: with Patpong, Soi Cowboy and Nana Plaza, the capital of Thailand has no equal, and the Sky Bar is the highest bar in the world.

to eat and drink

In Thailand, people like to greet each other with the words: “Have you eaten?” So, you should bring a lot of appetite to Bangkok! The metropolis is a unique gastronomic experience. Simple food stalls and markets serve exciting street food: pigs, poultry, fish balls but also all sorts of offal, as well as roasted insects, are best left off the sidewalk and handy on the spit. Stylish gourmet restaurants offer delicacies for every taste, from the finest home-style cooking to international dishes and state-of-the-art fusion cuisine. Thai food is known to be extremely hot. Therefore, you should remember the following as a basic rule: the smaller the chillies, the sharper! But do not worry, Thais are very aware of the untrained palate of farangs (the Thai term for foreigners) and have been able to adapt their culinary art accordingly. But not only the sharpness makes the Thai cuisine to a unique taste experience: pastes made of fresh herbs and spices such as lemongrass, ginger, galangal, coriander, Thai basil and Kaffirlimettenschale, flavored with a dash of fish sauce or coconut milk – the taste palette is as versatile as usual nowhere.

Arrival and transportation

Bangkok’s airport, Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK), is well connected to international air traffic and is approximately 30 kilometers from downtown Bangkok. The journey from the airport to the city center can be done by Skytrain, bus or taxi. The skytrain is the cheapest option. This operates from six o’clock in the morning to zero o’clock at midnight every 15 to 30 minutes. The exit is best done at the stations “Makkasan" or “Phaya Thai" right in the center. From there you can change to other Skytrain lines or the subway if necessary. Like the Skytrain station, the bus terminal at the airport is well signposted. In total, there are twelve bus lines that go to the city. Fast and cheap you can also get into the city by taxi. In order not to fall for the many tugs, you should follow the signs to the official taxi rank, which is located directly in front of the airport building. The journey to the center by taxi takes about 30 to 45 minutes, depending on the traffic situation and the exact destination.

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