Bangkok Travel Hacking and Highlights

This page uses affiliate links. When you click an affiliate link, we get a small compensation at no cost to you. See Our Affiliate Policy for more information.
Bangkok Thailand Pennywise Traveler

Are you excited for this Bangkok, Thailand travel hacking and highlights?

Hi! Day #3 of a favorite travel image challenge. However, I decided to add a twist to the challenge, and I wanted to mention travel hacking strategies and highlights!

Like some of you, ✈ I wished I was better at travel hacking, and I decided to do some research to look for sweet spots, so I can reference it for future travel!

So, #SAVE this post if you want travel hacking strategies about Bangkok, Thailand!

Just for background, I have been nominated by @jesslynn4686 for the 10 day favorite travel image challenge.

Every day I will post an image from my travel pictures that I love, without explanation, and nominate somebody to take the challenge.

That’s days. 10 travel photos. 10 nominations. 0 explanations.

I will nominate another person every day.

Anyways, now moving on to the travel hacking strategies and highlights!

Here’s are the 5 highlights of things to do:

1) The Grand Palace

2) Wat Arun

3) Chatuchak Weekend Market

4) Lumphini Park

5) Temple of the Emerald Buddha

Hotels: Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok at 12,000 points per night. Hyatt is a 1:1 transfer on @chase.

Million Miles Secrets and Everyday Points and Miles have great articles about booking hotels to Thailand.

Hostel:  There are many in Bangkok, use the @capitalone purchase eraser to wipe out the charge.


@alaskair to book @cathaypacific, @japanairlines_jal, and @americanair. @marriotbonvoy is a transfer partner for Alaska and Japan Airlines.

@ana.japan is a transfer partner for @americanexpress.

@americanair is also an option.

Million Miles Secrets and Everyday Points and Miles have great articles about booking flights o Thailand.

Thank you  Million Mile Secrets and Everyday Points and Miles for the research!

Please note, I have not stayed at every single accommodation and flew at every airline mentioned, but like many of you I want to save this in my back pocket when travel is safe again to book.

I’m tagging @ marklyndon360 because we went on this trip back in 2014! Please note, none of my friends are required to provide any travel hacking tips. I only provided them, so I can easily reference this post for a future trip!

Swipe for the travel hacking details. Link in my bio for this travel hacking guide in an article. Feel free to send this post to a friend, so you can you have this ready when traveling is safe again!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Translate »