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How I See Bangkok
Bangkok is more than nightlife and temples, but it's that melding of cutting-edge culture with tradition that makes this place special. It's a cosmopolitan city with vibrant lifestyle and ever-welcoming people.
Know Before You Go
Customers should review local government guidance to confirm eligibility to travel and stay at the hotel. All travelers to Thailand are required to be quarantined for 14 days upon arrival.
Talk Like a Local
Learn the slang from the streets.
/fin/ - /'vēr/ adj.
This bowl of Tom Yum Koong is fin ver!
Neighborhoods to Explore
The possibilities are endless in Bangkok.
Sathorn is the latest area for hip bars, clubs and eateries, ranging from street food to Michelin-starred restaurants.
2. Bangkok Old Town
Old Town is where you can find authentic Thai food enjoyed by locals, vintage fashion, and architectural designs that take us back in time.
Ari is lined with food trucks, café, fusion restaurants, creative shopping stores, outdoor spaces, and cocktail bars. It's a must visit if you want to shop, eat, and feast like a local hipster.
Location106 North Sathorn Rd
Ultimate Access to Bangkok
126 Sala Daeng 1 Alley
The Commons just opened its second branch in Saladaeng, offering lifestyle shops, restaurants, and new vibes to our neighborhood.
114/1 Narathiwas Ratchanakarin Rd
Breathe in the fresh air and Bangkok's 360-degree panoramic views at the highest observatory deck in Thailand.
16 Nakhon Kasem 5 Alley
Expect the unexpected when you go to Caravana, the 'speakeasy' coffee bar in Charoen Krung. Situated in the former rope-making shophouse, Caravana serves an impressive variety of caffeinated drinks and homemade bakery.
Either / Or
249 Soi Sukhumvit 31
If you're looking for a yummy healthy snack, head to Paco Bangkok to fuel up. You will love the shop design as much as their açaí bowls.
It’s always summer in Bangkok so a pair of sunglasses is a must!
2. Umbrella or Raincoat
It could rain any day in Bangkok. Show off a chic raincoat or put up an umbrella as a fashion statement.
3. Cool trousers
When in Bangkok, there is probably at least one cultural spot on your bucket list. Check before going, shorts might be a no-no.
4. Mask or face covering
Last but not least, don’t forget your face mask, darling!
A luxury urban playground, seamlessly blending premier accommodation with style and comfort.
Spotted in Bangkok
Kick it up a notch with Muay Thai kickboxing classes to keep your mind and body fit and flexible while traveling.
69-71 Soi Rammitri
Come nightfall, enjoy your meal while Thai musicians take the stage to play traditional music from the central region.
394/35 Maharaj Rd
This restaurant menu focuses on in-house preserved food naturally made from quality Thai ingredients that utilizes several Asian influences.
Inside this boutique you’ll find handbags with thoughtful and eye-catching details.