We'll have five full days in BKK at the end of 2 full weeks in Thailand (so we won't be jet lagged or quite as "out to sea" as at the beginning). Do we still need a guide (just one day we're thinking" to see "another, less touristy side of the city and get to less accessable places (are there any?) or can we do it all on our own? If you do your homework about what to see and less touristy places to go, does a guide still add value? Rat and Tong seem to be the most highly recommended guides.
Bangkok- should we get a guide for a day?
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