Our hotel is your gateway to Bangkok’s captivating history. Stroll along the Chao Phraya River, just 10 minutes away, and explore Bangkok's historic landmarks.
286 Silom Road, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500
Silom Village is located on Silom Road within seven minutes walking distance of major hotels and attractions. Silom Village is a spectacular place to be exposed to the spirit of old Bangkok. Settled among luscious greenery, our traditional Thai houses are home to authentic Thai food.
Thanon Patpong, Suriya Wong, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500
Situated in the heart of Bangkok's entertainment district, Patpong Night Market is a captivating blend of nightlife and shopping. Known for its vibrant atmosphere, the market offers an eclectic mix of stalls selling everything from souvenirs to fashion items. As night falls, Patpong transforms into a lively hub, where visitors can explore the market, enjoy street performances, and soak in the energy of this iconic district.
919/1 Silom Road, Bangrak, Bangkok, Thailand 10500
Jewelry Trade Centre used to be a popular spot for shoppers looking for gemstones and other kinds of jewellery. And now, it will also be popular among bargain hunters as they rebrand themselves as a Bangkok Fashion Outlet mall. According to JTC's marketing campaign, the mall contains over 500 local and international brands, as well as approximately 300 jewellery stores.
Na Phra Lan Road, Grand Palace,, Phranakorn, Bangkok 10200
The Grand Palace Bangkok was established in 1782 with a complex of numerous buildings, halls, pavilions, temples set around open lawns, gardens and courtyards. Located in the heart of Bangkok, it is situated on the banks of Bangkok's major river, the Chao Phraya. The Grand Palace is currently primarily open to the public as a museum, with several functioning and working Royal offices still situated inside.
6 Soi Kaseman 2, Rama I Road, Ban, Bangkok, Bangkok
The Jim Thompson House is a museum in central Bangkok, Thailand, housing the art collection of American businessman and architect Jim Thompson, the museum designer and former owner. Established in 1959, the museum spans one rectangular rai of land. The Jim Thompson House is well-known as The Bangkok home and Asian art collection of the late James H.W. Thompson, also known as the “Thai Silk King”.
The Chao Phraya River is a significant river in Thailand, an iconic symbol of Bangkok and a life-giver to Thailand’s various provinces through which it flows. The Chao Phraya begins at the confluence of the Ping and Nan rivers at Nakhon Sawan in Nakhon Sawan province. After this, it flows south for 372 kilometres (231 mi) from the central plains to Bangkok and the Gulf of Thailand.
Wat Phra Kaew Thailand’s most sacred temple, houses the utmost precious religious icon. The Emerald Buddha is located in the Grand Palace itself and is the main attraction. A figurine of the meditating Buddha made from one solid piece of green jade, clothed in gold and diamonds, It is greatly revered by the Royal family and Thai nationals alike.
Yaowarat Rd., Krung Thep Maha Nakhon, Bangkok 10100
Bangkok's Chinatown, Yaowarat, is a sensory delight, renowned for its rich history, vibrant street scenes, and delectable cuisine. This bustling district teems with traditional markets, ornate temples, and a diverse array of shops. From exploring the lively street food stalls to witnessing the mesmerizing cultural festivities, Chinatown offers an immersive journey into Bangkok's multicultural heritage.
191 Silom Road, Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500
Silom Complex is a modern office building and the only shopping centre on Silom Road. This is similar to the centre for business, shopping, fashion, food, jewel and decoration, bank and etc, including the Central Department Store, Top Marketplace and B2S. In addition, the building provides as many as 1,300 parking spaces.
Banrak, Bangkok 10500
Robinson Department Store Bangrak is a modern shopping mall located in the Riverside district of Bangkok. In stark contrast to the rest of the region, the area has a more rustic local flair, making it easy for those who live in the area to shop for international brands and to visit one of the many attractions along the Chao Phraya River. Robinson Department Store is a short two-minute walk from Saphan Taksin BTS Skytrain. It is open daily from 10:30am to 10:00pm.
Henri Dunant Road, Bangkok, Thailand
This interesting spot is located at the corner of Henri Dunant Road and Rama IV Road west of Chulalongkorn Hospital. It is a section of the Thai Red Cross, where one can have cholera, smallpox and typhoid inoculations as well as rabies treatment. The institute has become a popular tourist attraction because of its large collection of live poisonous snakes.
Pak Khlong Flower Market is the biggest fresh flower market in the city. This is where flower traders from all over the country convene at the wee hours of each day to unload their freshly cut blossoms in bulk. The kaleidoscope of vibrant, blooming colors, combined with a symphony of fragrant scents from roses, daisies, indigenous orchids, and other plants, is simply breathtaking. The earlier you arrive on scene, the better, as market seems to wind down soon after the first few morning hours.
2 Pan Rd., Bangrak, Bangkok 10500
Discover the vibrant Sri Mariamman Temple in Bangkok's Bang Rak District, Silom Road. Nearby stalls vend flowers, garlands, coconuts, and incense for worship. The temple's colorful facade boasts intricate carvings of gods and goddesses. Experience Navaratri in October, a lively ten-day festival with a street procession blocking Silom Road. Immerse yourself in the rich traditions and festivities at this iconic Hindu temple.
Rama 1 Rd, Pratumwan, Bangkok, 10330
Siam Square is an area of shopping and entertainment in Bangkok, Thailand. This particular place can be regarded as the center of the capital of Thailand (Siam being the old name of the country). Surrounded by huge malls including Siam Paragon, Siam Center, Siam Discovery and alleyways of tiny boutiques and markets, Siam is a favorite of Bangkok’s fashion-conscious youth.
The Platinum Fashion Mall is a large shopping mall in Pratunam, Bangkok, Thailand, which specialises in fashion clothes and accessories, both retail and wholesale. The clothing stores operate on the principle that purchasing one piece is a retail sale and warrants a retail price but purchasing three or more pieces is wholesale and warrants a wholesale price. A pricing structure might look like this: one men's shirt retails for 250 baht while three shirts are wholesaled for 500 baht.
2194 Charoenkrung Rd., Wat Phraya Krai, Bang Kho Laem, Bangkok 10120
Asiatique The Riverfront combines shopping, dining, and entertainment along the Chao Phraya River, creating a unique night market experience. Set in a historic dockyard, this vibrant complex features a myriad of boutiques, restaurants, and cultural performances. Visitors can browse through a diverse array of products, dine by the riverside, and enjoy the lively atmosphere, making Asiatique a must-visit destination for a delightful blend of Thai charm and modern allure.
Sathon Road, Bangkok
Wat Yannawa (Yannawa Temple) is an old Buddhist temple dating back to the Ayutthaya period, located in the Sathon district of Bangkok on Charoen Krung Road, Bangkok, Thailand. It has a unique junk-shaped chedi and viharn built by King Rama III.
299 Charoen Nakhon Rd, Khlong Ton Sai, Khet Khlong San, Bangkok 10600
Nestled along the Chao Phraya River, Iconsiam stands as an iconic shopping destination in Bangkok. Home to luxury brands, international cuisine, and a mesmerising riverside location, Iconsiam is a haven for indulgence and leisure. Whether strolling through its opulent mall, dining with a view, or enjoying cultural performances, Iconsiam offers a multifaceted experience, reflecting the dynamism and sophistication of Bangkok.