ABAR Rooftop Bar at Marriott Marquis Bangkok

ABAR Rooftop Bar in Bangkok Sukhumvit

ABAR Rooftop Bar [toc] Abar Rooftop Bar is a vast rooftop on the 38th floor of the Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen's Park on Sukhumvit 22 in Bangkok. The place is immense and welcoming with impressive views. Abar prides itself in offering a selection of 50 different varieties including many craft labels, so you can imagine the endless combination of cocktails you will be able to enjoy! Guests have plenty of

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The Mustang Blu Bangkok – Hotel and Cafe

The Mustang Blu Bangkok

[toc] The Mustang Blu is an olf renovated building with a flat iron shape, that was originally built as a bank in late 1800 just on the edge of Bangkok Chinatown and very near the old Hua Lampoon Railway Station. The Mustang Blu started as a bank but later became a hospital, then a bathhouse or a massage parlour, and is now a 10 bedrooms hotel with a unique personality.

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Paste Restaurant Bangkok

Paste Restaurant Bangkok

A Michelin Star Restaurant in Siam [toc] Paste Restaurant in the Gaysorn shopping centre is another proof that the Bangkok dining scene never ceases to evolve and improve. Paste Restaurant started in Sukhumvit and already made a name over there. Since they moved to the Ploenchit neighbourhood, the restaurant got even better, and with the undeniable talent of Chef Bee, Paste received a Michelin Star. Located on the top floor

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Octave Rooftop Bar at Marriott Hotel Sukhumvit

Octave Rooftop Bar Bangkok at Marriott Hotel Sukhumvit

A great rooftop bar on Sukhumvit [toc] The Octave Rooftop Lounge and Bar is one of the most impressive in Bangkok by size. Built on three floors at the top of the Bangkok Marriott Hotel on Sukhumvit 57, Octave offers a full 360 view of the capital with a great perspective on the entire BTS track and the usual traffic jams so famous in Sukhumvit road. Fortunately, it is also

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The Grand Palace in Bangkok and Wat Phra Kaew

Bangkok Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew

Wat Phra Kaew Bangkok [toc] The Grand Palace of Bangkok, the Temple of the Emerald Buddha and Wat Phra Kaew (or Wat Pra Kaew) are, without a doubt, the most famous landmarks in Bangkok, often seen in many movies. Despite being such a touristic icon, this is still the number one place to see while in Bangkok, a marvel of delicate and intricate craftwork, architecture, carving and painting. Wat Phra

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Sushi Masato Bangkok – Bangkok Best Sushi Restaurant

The Best Sushi Restaurant in Bangkok [toc] Sushi Masato is Bangkok's most exclusive address, and even more since the restaurant received a prestigious Michelin Star. This Japanese restaurant can only accommodate ten guests and is booked more than three months in advance, unless you are lucky enough to catch a cancelled booking, which is how we got our seats, twice. Before moving to Bangkok, Chef Masato worked in New York

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Vertigo Rooftop and Moon Bar at Banyan Tree Bangkok

Vertigo Banyan Tree Bangkok

Vertigo Bangkok [toc] Vertigo Rooftop and Moon Bar are among the best rooftops in Bangkok, on the 61st floor of the famous Banyan Tree Hotel on Sathorn Road, a tall and skinny looking building. Vertigo is the restaurant where you can have dinner with some pretty amazing views, but most people like to hang in the comfortable chairs and sofas of the bar for a sunset drink and some unforgettable

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Appia Bangkok – Italian Restaurant in Sukhumvit

Appia Bangkok, Italian Restaurant

Appia Roman Trattoria [toc] Appia is an excellent Roman Trattoria hidden in Sukhumvit Soi 31 (also known as Soi Sawatdi) and run by Chef Paolo Vitaletti. Open for many years, Appia became a name to remember for Italian food lovers. It is therefore strongly recommended to book your table in advance to avoid disappointment. The dishes are truly delicious, and the atmosphere is cosy and casual, just as you expect

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Tichuca Rooftop Bar on Sukhumvit

Tichuca Rooftop Bar in Bangkok

Tichuca Rooftop Bar [toc] Tichuca rooftop bar is the latest high rise venue in Bangkok, and despite opening in the challenging time of Covid, it is a big success. The attractive and unusual design spreading on several floors is beautiful and is intensely shared on social media. Tichuca is packed every day with a young hi-so clientele who would never miss such an opportunity to fulfil their passion for a

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Sukhumvit in Bangkok

Sukhumvit in Bangkok

What to Do in Sukhumvit [toc] Sukhumvit is one of the most versatile areas of Bangkok, with a huge array of hotels and restaurants, from street food to affordable Michelin Star restaurants. Sukhumvit neighbourhood is immense and is a popular residential area for expats who live mostly in the many sois that branch out from the main road. The most popular roads, locally called 'Sois' are Thonglor (Soi 55) Soi

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Central Embassy Bangkok Luxury Shopping Mall

Central Embassy Shopping Mall in Bangkok

A Luxury Mall in Ploenchit [toc] Central Embassy Bangkok is an immense and beautifully designed luxury shopping mall built in the Ploenchit neighbourhood, at the intersection of Ploenchit Road and Wireless Road (Witthayu Road). Central Embassy is also home to the 5-star Park Hyatt Bangkok Hotel and the last shopping mall on what is often called the 'Bangkok Shopping Mile'. The main attraction in recent years is the vast amount

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Ploenchit in Bangkok

Ploenchit neighbourhood in Bangkok

Bangkok most trendy neighbourhood. [toc] Ploenchit is an ever-growing and fast-changing neighbourhood in Bangkok that stretches from Sukhumvit to the Siam areas. Ploenchit was a rather anonymous part of Bangkok for a long time, best known for the many embassies lined up along Wireless Road (US, Netherland and Japan), a few skyscrapers (CRC Tower) but also famous for the immense Lumpini Park. Shopping in Ploenchit Beyond the immense embassies, Ploenchit

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Velaa Sindhorn Village in Langsuan

Velaa Sindhorn Langsuan Village

A trendy community village in Ploenchit [toc] Velaa Sindhorn Village is a trendy and luxurious community village on Langsuan Road in Bangkok. Velaa is part of the set of luxury hotels and condominiums recently built in this part of Bangkok, just next to the well known Lumpini Park. Ploenchit is becoming increasingly posh and what was rather the rundown part of this neighbourhood has become the most exclusive part of

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Sky Bar Bangkok Rooftop at Lebua Hotel

Sky Bar Rooftop Bar at Lebua Bangkok

Sky Bar Bangkok [toc] Sky Bar Bangkok at Lebua Hotel is without a doubt the most visited rooftop bar in the city. It was already famous since its opening for a unique location near the Chao Phraya river, a staggering height of 62 floors and mostly for an iconic golden dome. After being featured in the Hangover II movie, it suddenly became a Bangkok must-do on every traveller's list. The

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Mahanakhon SkyWalk – The Highest Rooftop in Bangkok!

Mahanakorn Skywalk Rooftop Bar in Bangkok

How to get to Mahanakhon SkyWalk? [toc] Mahanakhon SkyWalk in Silom is without a doubt the most thrilling experience you can get in Bangkok these days. It’s quite expensive, but the views from this 360˙open space at the top of the tallest tower in Thailand somehow justify the price. Built on the 78th floor of the iconic Mahanakhon pixelated building, this long-awaited rooftop bar offers an impressive viewpoint on the

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Hi-So Rooftop Bar at So Sofitel Bangkok

Hi-So Rooftop Bar at So Sofitel Bangkok

Hi-So Rooftop Bar Bangkok [toc] When Hi-So rooftop bar at So Sofitel Bangkok opened in Bangkok, we thought this was just another luxury hotel, so how great can it be? Sathorn Road is nice and even posh, but it mostly looks like a large avenue lined with tall and shiny skyscrapers and a growing collection of luxury hotels (think Banyan Tree, Sukhothai Hotel, W Hotel and the likes) But well,

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Three Sixty Rooftop Bar at Millennium Hilton Bangkok

ThreeSixty Rooftop Bar at Millennium Hilton Bangkok

A great rooftop bar by Bangkok riverside [toc] The Three Sixty Rooftop Bar at Millennium Hilton Bangkok is a superb but rather under-appreciated rooftop bar. This might be because seen for far, the bar seems to be inside an indoor panoramic cupola. This indoor bar has indeed fantastic views as it seems to hang high above the busy Chao Phraya river, but it would not qualify as a rooftop if

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Wat Arun in Bangkok, the temple of Dawn

Wat Arun, The Temple of Dawn in Bangkok

What is inside Wat Arun? [toc] Wat Arun, also known as the temple of Dawn, is a significant landmark of Bangkok, built before 1656. It's a lot more modest than Wat Phra Kaew and the Grand Palace or Wat Pho and the Giant Reclining Buddha, but in many ways, its iconic shape is better known. Just look at the back of a 10 Baht coin, and you will recognise it

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Asiatique the Riverfront Weekend Market

Asiatique the Riverfront Bangkok

Asiatique the Riverfront [toc] Asiatique the Riverfront is a gigantic night market close to the centre of Bangkok. This shopping & entertainment paradise is divided into four distinct zones and the theme is all about the past of Bangkok as a trading harbour. In the 19th century and under the reign of King Rama V, 'Port of East Asiatic' was the first pier of Thailand where people could trade with

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