Discover cultural wonders, walk to premier malls, and reach top medical centres in 10 minutes—all seamlessly accessible with nearby public transport.
6 Soi Kasemsan 2, Rama 1 Road, Pathumwan, Bangkok
The home of Jim Thompson, the American businessman largely responsible for the global popularity of Thai silk, is a must-see. In a sun-dappled tropical garden beside a canal, six traditional teak houses brim with the art and antiques he rescued from around Asia.
Khao San Road, Bangkok, Bangkok 10200
A well-known area thronged with guest houses and all manner of pubs, bars, and restaurants. This bohemian backpacker haunt was featured in the film The Beach.
Chatuchak Road, Bangkok, Bangkok 10210
This sprawling site is very popular among Thais and visitors alike. Bargain with local producers and vendors for a tremendous range of goods such as trendy fashion, silk, antique wood carvings, handicrafts, souvenirs from across Thailand and much more.
Known to be the biggest Chinatown outside China, Yao Wa Rat is located in the heart of Bangkok, offering visitors a glimpse of the Chinese way of life. Bangkok's Chinatown is an exotic and slightly mysterious area packed with temples, gold shops, bustling markets and restaurants serving local food.
2194 Charoen Krung Road, Bangkok,
Asiatique The Riverfront, located on Charoen Krung Road, is an open-air market mall that offers a dynamic combo of dining, shopping, sightseeing, and events, with scenic river views. You can pop into a large variety of shops selling clothes, souvenirs, bags and more; sample authentic Thai cuisine at the night market; enjoy live music performances; and take a ride on the ferris wheel or carousel. You can even catch the Calypso cabaret and watch a Muay Thai fight.
944 Rama IV Rd, Pathumwan, Pathumwan 10330
Samyan Mitrtown is a mall in Bangkok. It features a 24-hour zone with restaurants, cafes, a co-working space, fitness centre and a supermarket.
Rama IX Road,, Huai Khwang, Bangkok, Bangkok 10310
The newest and most iconic night market in Bangkok, Jodd Fairs, is the updated version of Ratchada Train Night Market, offering more than 600 food vendors ranging from restaurants and street food stands to actual food tents. Choose from tons of street food like mala skewers, Leng Sapp and grilled beef.