CentralWorld Shopping Mall in Bangkok

CentralWorld Shopping Center in Bangkok Siam

CentralWorld Shopping Mall Bangkok [toc] CentralWorld is now the third-largest mall in Bangkok after Siam Paragon and the new Icon Siam. With a strategic location, it is truly a shopper’s and dining paradise, probably with a wider price range than the two other shopping malls in Bangkok. Central World aims at the mid and upper range of local and international clientele. With an immense esplanade in front of the mall

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ICONSIAM Bangkok

IconSiam Shopping Mall Bangkok

A shopping mall on Bangkok riverside [toc] ICONSIAM is the latest, largest, and most luxurious shopping mall in Bangkok. How many times did you read this sentence in Bangkok? Just when you thought there was enough mall and the latest would be the last for at least another decade, a bigger one would open. At least, ICONSIAM is not on the ‘shopping miles’ which stretched from Siam to Sukhumvit but

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Uno Mas Spanish Restaurant Bangkok

Uno Mas Spanish Restaurant Bangkok

Spanish Restaurant at CentralWorld [toc] Uno Mas is an upmarket Spanish restaurant offering a panoramic view of Bangkok skyline from the 54th floor of the Centara Grand Hotel. You can access the restaurant directly from the immense CentralWorld shopping mall, which makes it convenient to shop a bit before your sunset cocktail and dinner. Uno Mas received a MICHELIN Plate for Good cooking, and indeed, the food is excellent and

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Siam Paragon Shopping Mall Bangkok

Siam Paragon Shopping Mall Bangkok

What to Do at Siam Paragon? [toc] Siam Paragon is the mother of all malls in Bangkok and despite the growing competition, it manages to remain one of the best malls in Bangkok. The shopping mall concentration in the Siam area is so massive that the Rama 1 road stretching from MBK to The Emquartier is nicknamed the shopping mile, with an estimated 4,500 shops and 495,000 square meters of

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MBK Center Bangkok

MBK Shopping Mall in Bangkok

A budget mall in the heart of Bangkok [toc] MBK Center is an iconic budget shopping mall standing in the heart of Bangkok since 1985, best known for its bazaar product and tons of knock off goods. The location at the top of the 'shopping mile' in Siam district makes it very convenient to access and with more than 2,000 shops and stalls, the size is simply enormous. While its

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Spectrum Lounge & Bar at Hyatt Regency Bangkok

Spectrum Rooftop Bar at Hyatt Regency Bangkok

Spectrum Rooftop Bar on Sukhumvit [toc] Spectrum Lounge is a rooftop bar built on 3 levels at the top of the Hyatt Regency Bangkok on Sukhumvit. The rooftop is vast and beautifully designed but doesn't have a truly panoramic view of Bangkok. On each side of the rooftop are immense glass walls that somehow block the view, so the only remaining open space is the narrow front of the building.

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Terminal 21 Shopping Mall in Bangkok

Terminal 21 Bangkok

Terminal 21 on Sukhumvit [toc] Terminal 21 on Sukhumvit is like no other shopping mall in Bangkok, a fun place to visit, even if you don't plan to buy anything. It is designed like the departure hall of a vast international airport, with escalators and boarding gates to take you to nine different destinations in no time: the Caribbean, Rome, Paris, Istanbul, Tokyo, London, San Francisco, New York and Los

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10 Best Shopping Malls in Bangkok

Bangkok Shopping Malls

Bangkok Shopping Malls Madness! The amount of shopping malls in Bangkok is staggering! Here we listed the 10 most popular and centrally located, but there are a lot, lot more on the outskirts of Bangkok. Most travellers visiting Bangkok wonder why are there so many of them, but you have to be living in Thailand long enough to understand than a mall is not just a shopping place, it's a

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Sky Bar Bangkok Rooftop at Lebua Hotel

Sky Bar Rooftop 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 the 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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Bar.Yard Rooftop at Kimpton Maa-Lai Hotel Bangkok

Bar.Yard Rooftop at Kimpton Maa-Lai Hotel Bangkok

Bar.Yard Rooftop Bangkok [toc] Bar.Yard Rooftop Bar is the latest sky-high lounge to explore and enjoy in Bangkok. This cosy venue is perched on the 40th floor of the Kimpton Maa-Lai Hotel, a new 5-star hotel standing next to the even more luxurious Kempinski hotel, in the posh Ploenchit area. The floor is divided into an indoor area and a beautiful outdoor terrace where guests can sit for a drink,

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Wat Saket Bangkok

Wat Saket Bangkok

The Golden Mount [toc] Wat Saket Bangkok, or more officially Ratcha Wora Maha Wihan is a Buddhist temple in Rattanakosin, not very far from the famous Khao San Road. And the famous 'Golden Mount' easily visible from the distance is called Phu Khao Thong, but when asking directions, everyone simply calls it 'Wat Saket'. The golden mount we see today is built on the remains of a previous unsuccessful attempt

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23 Best Rooftop Bars in Bangkok

Best Rooftop Bars in Bangkok

What is Bangkok Best Rooftop Bars? [toc] Bangkok Best Rooftop Bars list keeps getting longer, and no other city in the world can pretend to have more rooftops and sky bars than we do here. At this time, we count more than 20 'real' rooftop bars and restaurants and a good dozen alternate ones. By real rooftop bar, we mean built at the top of a building with an open

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Royal Thai Air Force Museum in Bangkok

Royal Thai Air Force Museum

Bangkok Air Force Museum [toc] The Royal Thai Air Force Museum might not be the most visited or the most cultural museum in Bangkok, but it can be a good surprise if you are interested in old planes. For a very long time since living in Thailand, I wanted to know how big the collection was, and my expectations were rather low. I was actually happily surprised to find about

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Erawan Museum in Samut Prakan near Bangkok

Erawan Museum in Samut Prakan near Bangkok

Erawan Museum [toc] Erawan Museum in Samut Prakan near Bangkok is a striking monument, not to be confused with the famous Erawan Shrine in downtown Bangkok. This gigantic three-headed elephant built on a pedestal stands 44 metres above one side of the expressway. Surprisingly, not so many people drive there. The Erawan Museum was designed and built in 2003 by Lek Viriyaphant, a rich businessman who also designed the famous

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Supanniga Cruise Bangkok on the Chao Phraya River

Supanniga Cruise Bangkok

Sunset Cocktails on Supanniga Cruise [toc] Supanniga Cruise is an alternative to the old-fashioned 'dinner cruise in the dark' offering a fun one-hour cocktail or Champagne cruise at sunset time. This is a great way to admire the magnificent heritage buildings all along the Chao Phraya river, often invisible or hard to appreciate at night. You get a chance to see with plenty of details the amazing mansions, hotels and

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Methavalai Sorndaeng Restaurant in Bangkok

Methavalai Sorndaeng restaurant in Bangkok

Methavalai Sorndaeng Restaurant [toc] Methavalai Sorndaeng is an old-fashioned Thai restaurant frozen in time, just next to the Democracy Monument, not far from Khao San. There are so many Thai restaurants in Bangkok, finding something original for a special occasion is going to be difficult. Of course, you might think Rooftop or Fancy place, but we wanted something really Thai and surprisingly different, so we went to Methavalai Sorndaeng. Methavalai

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Osha Restaurant Bangkok

Osha Restaurant Bangkok

Osha Bangkok [toc] Osha Bangkok is one of the fanciest and most upmarket Thai restaurants in Bangkok. Originally from San Francisco where they run five restaurants, Osha serves Thai food with a slight twist, created by talented Thai chefs. Standing high and proud at the corner of Wireless and Ruamrudee roads opposite Lumpini park, the building is massive and even intimidating. We first tried it soon after the opening and

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Rod Fai Night Market Bangkok (Srinakarin Vintage Market)

Rod Fai Night Market Bangkok

Srinakarin Vintage Market [toc] Rod Fai Night Market (Srinakarin Train Market) is an immense playground for teenagers on weekend, Rod Fai market means train market as it used to be on some abandoned train track, taking advantage of old abandoned brick buildings. It’s also important to know that there are two Rod Fai Markets: Srinakarin Train Market (behind Seacon Square) and Ratchada Night market (Behind Esplanade Mall). While they seem

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