Located on the delta of the Chao Phraya river, Bangkok is the combination of two municipalities located on either side of the river that was united into a single city province in 1972.
The metropolis is a bustling and crowded city full of temples and factories, shops and homes all divided into a chaotic network of canals and roads. There are also luxury hotels and resorts like Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel.
Physical and Human Geography
The climate of Bangkok is hot all through the year from 25 degrees Celsius to 30 degrees Celsius. There’s an annual rainfall of 1,500 mm. The city has gone through a massive growth despite attempts by the city to try and plan it out.
There are traditional areas and housing schemes as well as areas for luxury hotels and waterfront restaurants. The population is mostly made up of youth and foreign nationals.
Administration and Social Conditions
More than half of the country’s power supply is consumed by Bangkok. That goes to show how large the city is. It has its own metropolitan government and a relatively good health and education system.
One of the most important aspects of Bangkok is the Wat. There are 300 temples as well as other historical places of significance. Plenty a Siam hotel in Bangkok will give you a handy guide on how to explore the culture of Bangkok.