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Visiting Bangkok – A City Guide
With its colourful tuk-tuks, soaring skyscrapers and golden temples, Bangkok is a feast for the senses. The Thai capital’s exhilarating mix of neon-lit shops, colourful street markets and tranquil monastery courtyards remains a seamless and endlessly fascinating balance of old and new.

Bangkok: city layout and top attractions
Much of today’s Bangkok lies east of the Chao Phraya river, with Thonburi district to the west. Most major sights including the Lak Muang shrine are in central Rattanakosin, once a moated royal compound.

To the north, Banglamphu is a tourist hub where you'll find many of Bangkok’s most popular hotels, and Dusit is home to the royal family and the government. Beside the river, Yaowarat is also known as Chinatown.

Stretching east and south from the old city, modern Silom and Sukhumvit contain countless high-rise offices and many Bangkok hotels, while Siam Square is packed with shopping malls.

Start any city tour at the Grand Palace, built as a royal residence in the 18th century. Don’t miss the breathtaking Wat Phra Kaew, a 14th-century temple covered in gold that houses the Emerald Buddha. Across the river, the vertiginous pagoda at Wat Arun – the Temple of Dawn – is covered in glittering glass and porcelain.

The concierge recommends…

  • Admiring the mother-of-pearl feet of Wat Po’s 46-metre-long reclining Buddha, covered in auspicious symbols.
  • Being dazzled by Wat Traimit’s Golden Buddha, made from five tons of solid gold.
  • Haggling on the water during a tour of Damnoen Saduak, Bangkok’s floating market.

Eating Out in Bangkok
It’s hard not to eat well in Bangkok. Whether you order a simple noodle dish from a night market stall or a royal Thai banquet in an upscale air-conditioned restaurant, every meal will be freshly prepared using a very palatable blend of aromatic herbs and spices.

Thais love to eat outdoors. As evening begins, night market stalls fire up their woks all over the city, filling the air with mouthwatering smells. You’ll find no end of choice in the tourist district of Banglamphu. For sophisticated Bangkok regional specialities from renowned eateries, ranging from Thai-Chinese restaurants to typical street food vendors, visit the local’s favourite dining district of Chinatown.

Modern Sukhumvit and Silom are the places to head for more upscale restaurants, serving some of the world’s finest Thai food and global cuisines from French to Middle Eastern.

The chef recommends...

  • Tom yum goong: A spicy shrimp soup laced with lime juice, lemongrass and chillies that can pack quite a punch.
  • Gaeng daeng: Thai red curry, normally containing beef of chicken in a richly spiced coconut sauce.
  • Yam neua: A warm salad of thinly sliced beef tossed in onion, coriander, lime juice and chilli.
  • Gai pad krapow: Finely diced chicken stir-fried with Thai holy basil and chillies.

Shopping in Bangkok
Shopping is a popular pastime for both visitors and locals in Bangkok. There are countless markets where you can haggle over souvenirs, Thai gifts and handicrafts, and almost as many fixed-price shopping malls selling Western and Thai brands.

Small local stores and outdoor markets are dotted all across the city. You’ll find a high concentration of old-fashioned shops in Chinatown.

Sukhumvit’s glittering air-conditioned boutiques are the place to look for designer fashions, leather and silk. Modern shopping in Bangkok is focused on and around Siam Square. Among the many shopping malls here are Siam Paragon and CentralWorld, with almost 1,000 outlets between them.

Best night markets in Bangkok

  • Sprawling Chatuchak Weekend Market has around 15,000 stalls selling everything from antiques to herbs and spices at reasonable prices.
  • Open Thursday to Sunday, Rot Fai Market (Train Market) specialises in hard-to-find collectable items and memorabilia, from vintage cars to authentic period hippy clothing.
  • A tourist trap to some and a shopping mecca for others, Khao San Road in Banglamphu is where to head if you’re looking for local souvenirs and knick-knacks or a fashion bargain.

Culture & Nightlife in Bangkok
As the nation’s cultural capital, Bangkok has many of Thailand’s finest museums and galleries. At night you can experience everything from contemporary theatre and classical Thai dancing to craft beer pubs, unique gastro bars and glitzy nightclubs where DJs pump out the latest dance beats.

For a general overview of Thailand’s culture and history, take a tour of the Bangkok National Museum, first opened in 1874 to showcase the country’s art treasures.

After dark, Khao San Road has many lively bars, some of which have live music. Patpong’s raunchy bars have a notorious reputation, while those looking for more civilised nocturnal diversions should try the exclusive clubs and cocktail bars of Silom and Sukhumvit.

Best nightlife in Bangkok

  • Sip a cocktail with an unmatchable view from the 26th-floor, open-air Char Bar, which adorns the rooftop of Hotel Indigo Bangkok.
  • On the 39th floor of Silom’s Sathorn Square Building, Cé La Vi dance club has themed evenings that range from hip-hop to house and classic pop.
  • Both a bar and an arts space, WTF Bangkok serves drinks with tapas, accompanied by events that range from live music shows to poetry evenings.

Leisure in Bangkok
While shopping and temple-spotting sit at the top of most to-do lists in Bangkok, there are plenty of other distractions. From a river trip to a stroll in the park, the city offers something for every taste.

Bangkok’s green lung, Lumpini Park is a relaxing place to enjoy a picnic or rent a boat on its central lake. Alternatively, you can unwind with a sunset cruise down the Chao Phraya river.

At SEA LIFE Bangkok you can ride a glass-bottomed boat through a shark tank and gaze up at turtles from an underwater tunnel.

Easy day trips from Bangkok

  • Filled with spectacular natural, cultural and historical attractions, Ayutthaya – which was the capital of Siam before Bangkok – is only 90 minutes’ drive north of the capital. This beautiful province houses some of Thailand’s most-enduring ancient temples and palaces reflecting the country’s great cultural values.
  • An hour north of Bangkok beside the Chao Phraya river, Bang Pa-In Royal Palace was once the summer residence of Thai kings.

Latest Bangkok Hotel Reviews


Songkran Festival Stay
By Leinahtan
I stay at this hotel during the Songkran (Thai New Years) festival and I really enjoyed it. I would recommend this to anyone that is on a budget yet needs to be close to downtown Bangkok. [Less]
Great and Good Ambience
By Bala
Excellent and having a pleasant experience staying in the hotel. [Less]
Good location
By germanasg
Good location, good hotel, great sleep quality, nice big rooms. Housekeeping must be improved. [Less]
High Quality with affordable pricing
By Weerayut
Clean, silent and peaceful. Warming customer service. Highly recommend! [Less]
Nice and Super
By Darpan
Nice cozy Hotel, small rooms though the place was sparkling clean, super helpful staff at the reception. Very near to Silom and everything technically is in walking distance. Breakfast was decent [More] though not very elaborate. Overall super place. [Less]
Stay
By Carter
Good hotel and location. Would stay again...................... [Less]
2nd stay
By Michael
Kind of disappointed on our second stay back at Holiday Inn Bangkok. Wasn't acknowledge as a Spire Elite member nor greeted as a member at all. Treatment felt lesser than a normal average guest, [More] rather disappointing with such service provided by Holiday Inn. There isn't any welcome drinks nor points offered to me. However, I'm pleased with the service they provided me on the first stay when I was there. Lovely staff with acknowledgement on my Spire Elite membership with Welcome Drinks offered. [Less]
Helpful staff and great breakfast
By Beth
Excellent location for BTS and shopping and restaurants,. Lovely rooms and a good breakfast. [Less]
Comfortable room and friendly staff!
By atpy
Room was comfortable, spacious and clean. Staffs were very friendly and efficient especially when it came to room service/house keeping. [Less]

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