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World-renowned capital

Bangkok is Thailand’s capital and the country’s most visited destination. The city has truly evolved into a world-renowned cosmopolitan but is yet still very much anchored into its rich history.

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Central Embassy, 88 Wireless Rd, Lumpini

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From $258 per night
28 Charoenkrung Road, Watprayakrai

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From $44 per night
53 Wittayu Road,

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From $150 per night
488/800 Bo Bae Tower Damrongrak Road

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From $46 per night
4338 Rama IV Road

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From $47 per night
47 Sukhumvit Soi 15 Klongtoey

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From $70 per night
489 Sukhumvit Road

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From $102 per night
12 Sukhumvit 24 Klongton

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From $87 per night
14/29 Sukhumvit 45 Road

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From $176 per night

Bangkok river market

Venice of the East

The capital is home to over 400 ancient Buddhist temples and shrines, including the royal Grand Palace, where the Thai King once lived. It’s also home to the Wat Pho, the temple of the famous reclining Buddha.

Bangkok is often called the ‘Venice of the East’ in reference to the Chao Phraya River which flows through the city and into the Gulf of Thailand. A luxury or budget boat tour of this national symbol should definitely be on your itinerary.

This metropolis also offers unique retail experiences for shoppers on every budget and boasts Thailand’s largest shopping mall, Central World, and the famous Chatuchak Weekend Market.

Bangkok luxury hotels

Bangkok’s 5-star hotels are renowned for offering guests a profusion of lavish features to indulge in during their stays such as Jacuzzis, saunas, spas, Turkish steam baths, outdoor pools, poolside bars, tennis and squash courts, as well as fitness and wellness centres.

Most Bangkok 5-star hotels will of course present scenic views of the city or Chao Phraya River, and spacious rooms furnished with rich native or modern décors, en-suite bathrooms or wardrobes and sometimes a private balcony.

5 star luxury hotel pool in bangkok

Bangkok street food

Taste of Thailand

Visitors craving a ‘taste of Thailand’, will be able to sample an array of traditional and international foods, from the comfort of restaurants inside their hotel. Bangkok also offers a smorgasbord of food options from street vendors in Chinatown or from one of the several Michelin-star restaurants in the city.

Many hotels in Bangkok will also offer a buffet breakfast bar for guests, free internet, a concierge service and babysitting services, kids’ activities and dry cleaning as standard services.

Five luxurious experiences in Bangkok outside your hotel

 

1. Visit the Grand Palace

The palace is one of the most famous landmarks in the city and considered the spiritual heart of the Kingdom of Thailand. The Grand Palace is a complex of stunning historical buildings, including the Temple of the Emerald Buddha or ‘Wat Phra Kaew’ and manicured gardens spanning over 214,000 square metres.

2. Enjoy a boat trip on the Chao Phraya River

Take a scenic dinner cruise or boat tour around the ‘lifeblood’ of Bangkok and take in all the amazing sights along the way. Many tourist attractions are accessible from various stops along the waterway.

3. Indulge in some retail therapy

Bangkok is home to the largest ‘lifestyle’ shopping complex in Thailand, Central World. The shopping mall extends over eight storeys and features more than 500 stores including a Topshop, Miss Selfridge and Fred Perry, as well as designer boutiques, other fashion retailers, gadget stores, gourmet eateries and much more. It even has an ice-skating rink, hotel and office tower. Siam Paragon is another popular shopping centre in Bangkok’s central shopping district.

4. Relax and get pampered with a Thai massage

Bangkok is abound with exclusive spas and visitors to the city rarely hold back on relaxation. An hour massage can cost less than a meal in some parlours. But if you’re looking for an up-market experience, you should opt for luxurious spas which generally offer different massage, beauty, grooming and stress relief treatments performed by trained therapists in tranquil settings with sensory aromas.

5. Enjoy a drink on top of the city

Bangkok is renowned for its collection of stunning rooftop bars where you can grab a sundowner after a long day of sightseeing, lounge back and enjoy 360-degree views of the city. The Vertigo at the Banyan Tree Bangkok and Sky Bar rooftop at Lebua State Tower are popular options with tourists.

Bangkok Grand Palace

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