The quintessence of Bangkok’s nightlife is the infamous Khao San Road which needs no introduction. With its infectious energy and blinding lights, it is the place to wind down and party hard with a couple of Chang beers or inexpensive cocktails by the bucket.
Hardcore merrymakers wishing to bump it up a notch may look no further than the two other thriving party streets including Soi Cowboy and Patpong Road. Despite being known as prominent red light districts, the flashy clubs and go-go bars that line the sides of these streets are constantly overflowing with crowds.
Offering a little more thrill and excitement are the speakeasy bars spread everywhere across the city. These hidden watering holes lure pleasure seekers not only for the novelty value of discovering secret entrances, but also the innovative concoctions unique to these joints alone.
For an upscale nightlife experience with picture-postcard cityscape views, Bangkok’s plethora of chic rooftop bars serve up diverse menus of boozy beverages with some accompanied by delicious bites. Savour the city lights that illuminate the night sky as you raise your glasses in merriment!
Discover and experience the beautiful scenery around our Bangkok hotels.
Otherwise known as the River of Kings, the famed Chao Phraya River which covers 12-kilometre banks is deep rooted in Thailand’s history for more reasons than one. Not to mention, some of Bangkok’s most noteworthy sights are best seen by boat through these very banks.
There are many reasons why this capital city is one of the most visited in the world and besides its irresistible gastronomic offerings, Bangkok extends an out of this world shopping experience at its colossal outdoor markets that run day and night.
Built in 1782, Bangkok’s stunning Grand Palace remains the spiritual core of the Thai Kingdom till this day. Its 218,000 square metre footprint houses royal and throne halls, government offices and the iconic Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Wat Phra Kaew.
Jim Thompson, an American entrepreneur and architect who was integral to the renaissance of the Thai silk industry, mysteriously disappeared with no remains ever found and what was left behind is his ceaseless legacy of textiles, as well as art and other personal belongings.