Bangkok Marathon

Bangkok Marathon: Tickets, Tours, Address, Bangkok Marathon Reviews: 4/5

Bangkok Marathon
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The annually held Bangkok Marathon in Thailand attracts over 30,000 runners and passes many historical or culturally significant landmarks in the city of Bangkok. It is most well known as being "the world's longest marathon" due to an official mistake in 2015 that added 6 kilometres to the race.
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Naruemon
Suphan Buri Province, Thailand12 contributions
TROPI HOOLA
Oct 2020 • Friends
I went to this cafe with my friends, I was amazed by the unique atmosphere and amazed by the concept. It’s korean style cafe. TROPI HOOLA is a cafe with a chic photo corner.
Suitable for taking pictures on IG There are both food and beverages.
Plus it's inexpensive as well. I feel happy to go to this cafe with my friends.
If there is a chance, I will go again.
Written July 14, 2021
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roc1965
Merlischachen, Switzerland25 contributions
Nice but hot
Nov 2018 • Solo
Great marathon but tough due to the température 🌡 and too long specially from 5 to 38vkm on the highway.
Written November 30, 2018
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r1nardi
Bedfordshire, UK104 contributions
Interesting experience
Nov 2018 • Solo
This is unusual for a European as the race starts at midnight to avoid the heat and traffic during the day. Still around 30C at the start with heat radiating from the roads in the city areas. Nice size with 4000 runners and well organised. Toilets - bring your own paper! and in very hot buses 300m from the start. Plenty of free water and gatorade. The start is a bit chaotic as the pacers start in front of the runners (no corrals) so you will have to chase them down. First 5K takes you out of the Grand palace and city then it is a straight-ish highway for 30K out and back so not much to see. Plenty of space though, never feels crowded from the start but the heat gets to you if you are not used to it. Water every 2K is helpful. Nice noisy finish and medal. Enjoyed it but it is harder than the elevation and profile suggest due to the heat, humidity and timing. One for a bit of fun rather than a time! I ran 4.30 with a total melt down last 20K (1.51 first half) having done a 3.16 in the colder UK 4 weeks earlier! Take it easy!
Written November 22, 2018
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Ritu V
New Delhi, India358 contributions
Great spirit
Jun 2016 • Couples
Great spirit of runners and also of the organizers. The marathon Bangkok event went out so beautifully with very high energy. I enjoyed the atmosphere of the event.
Written August 31, 2016
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Travelpeppy
Bangkok, Thailand490 contributions
Very well organized
Jul 2016 • Couples
In Bangkok events are very well coordinated with best decorations. This time i participated in Bangkok marathon the event was truly awesome.
Written August 30, 2016
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Mimi G
Guangzhou, China51 contributions
looking great from outside! Bangkok Marathon start/finish point
Nov 2014 • Solo
came here for 2014 Standard Chartered Bangkok Marathon, which starts at 2am in the morning, with start/finish point right beside the palace. i didn't go inside to visit, just ran along the outside. quite unique experience, gather here at midnight with thousands of other runners. very fun!
Written November 19, 2014
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