Central World

Location : Rajdamri Rd.

Central World Central World is thailand’s first lifestyle shopping complex. Separated into 6 different shopping Zones, each with unique design and ambiance, shopper could enjoy myriad shopping experiences and easily locate which zoning they are in or wanted to visit.


Furthermore, the zones are designed to be opened and inter-connected, this way shopper could see through to the other zone, creating a flow while shopping. Looking to attract 150,000 customers every day, Central World has within itself 18 different entrances and exists for the convenient of the shoppers no matter which direction they are coming from. Providing 7,000 parking spaces and 6 lanes road (CentralWorld Avenue) running around the Shopping Complex. All of this are design with the conscious of trying to ease traffic congestion from the car leaving and entering from the 2 main road, RAMA I Rd. and Rajdamri Rd.


How to get there :

By BTS Sky Train – take BTS Sky Train to Chidlom station and a few minute walk on Ratchaprasong Intersection, opposite Gaysorn and Erawan

Opening Hours :  Daily from 10:00 am. – 10:00 pm.

Siam Paragon

Location : Rama 1 Rd.

The only true world-class shopping center in Thailand. On 500,000 sq.m. this huge complex houses over 250 flagship stores of leading international and local labels of fashion, luxurious watches, and jewelry. The Paragon Department Store, one of the largest in Thailand, has a huge selection of imported and luxury products, from designer clothing for children to household items from top brands.

Get a unique dining experience at one of the many Thai and international restaurants within a unique atmosphere. You can also visit one of Asia’s biggest aquariums, the Siam Ocean World, and many more excellent entertainment venues.

How to get there

  1. By BTS Sky Train – you can conveniently access Siam Paragon with each passage and walkway that connects you to each shopping complex
  2. By Car or Taxi – intersection, drive straight to Pathumwan area, Siam Paragon will be on your left side
  3. By Bus
    – Air Conditioned Bus no. 16, 25, 73, 79, 204, 501, and 508
    – Micro Bus no. 5, 6, 12, and 23
    – Normal Bus no. 15, 16, 21, 25, 40, 48, 54, and 73

Opening Hours : Daily from 10:00 am. – 10:00 pm.

Terminal 21

Location : Sukhumvit Rd.

Terminal21 brings you to the whole new experience of shopping with Market Street Style. We combine unique destinations from around the world such as Rome, Paris, Tokyo, London, Istanbul, San Francisco and Hollywood into one fully-furbished department store. Enjoy a perfect combination of fashion, food, and film, with more than 600 shops for urbanistas including the famous Urbanation. Fancy the 36 meter long escalator that connects together all the continents in our welcoming world. Easily reached by both BTS and MRT train service, we invite you to be the first to experience the brand new Terminal21 – the Whole World is Here.

How to get there
By BTS Sky Train – take BTS Sky Train to Asoke station.

Opening Hours : Daily from 10:00 am. – 10:00 pm.

Jim Thompson Museum

Location : Kasemsan Soi 2, Rama I Rd.

Jim Thompson Museum is an exquisite collection of traditional Thai house stands as a museum to the man who revived the Thai silk industry after the Second World War. The story of James H.W. Thompson is one upon legends are made. After serving in the U.S.A. armed forces, Jim Thompson settled in Thailand and found the tremendous opportunity to re-establish the Thai silk industry. In recognition of his services to the country, he was bestowed the royal award of The Order of the White Elephant.

The company he founded, Jim Thompson Thai Silk, is recognized worldwide for its brilliant creations.He was an avid collector of Asian artifacts and antiques and The Jim Thompson’s House is possibly the epitome of his collection. Before his mysterious disappearance in the Cameron Highland in Malaysia in 1967, his house was the talk of the town where he entertained his friends and visitors including the like of Somerset Maugham. The house sits on approximately a half acre of land on Mahanak Canal. Ban Khrua village where his silk weavers lived and worked.

Is just on the other side of the canal to build the house he gathered 6 original traditional teak structure from different parts of the country and brought carpenter from Ayutthaya who completed the house in 1959.The gardens are equally impressive with a lush tropical jungle imitating nature’s haphazard beauty right in the center of the city.Jim Thompsons connoisseur collection of antiques and artifacts is on permanent exhibition, making this a magnificent museum of the lifestyle of the legend.

How to get there

  1. By BTS Sky Train – take BTS Sky Train to National Stadium Station
  2. By Bus – no. 15, 47, 73, and 204

Opening Hours Daily from 09:00 am. – 05:00 pm.

Asiatique the Riverfront

Location : Charoenkrung Rd., The Chao Phraya Riverside

Asiatique the Riverfront is the largest waterfront themed retail with river views which it is new lifestyle night shopping place in Bangkok, that combined the elements of the Thai history and the modern lifestyle in the fabulous way, under the concept of Festival Market and Living Museum. The total project area is over 12 Acres located adjacent to Chaopraya river with the longest boardwalk over 300 meters.

How to get there
By BTS Sky Train – take BTS Sky Train by Silom Line to Saphan Taksin Station then take free the shuttle boat to the Asiatique pier


Opening Hours Daily from 04:00 pm. – 12:00 am.

Wat Saket – Temple of the Golden Mount

Location : Chakkraphatdiphong Rd., Pom Prap Sattru Pha District

Wat Saket and the Golden Mount located on the hill of Bangkok which is of great significance for all followers of The Lord Buddha. With 320 stairs take you up to the top for panoramic views of the Rattanakosin Island.

The Golden Mount is on a man-made hill with a diameter of 500 metres and soars 100 metres to the sky. There was a small chedi on this site and after it collapsed, King Rama III commissioned the constructed of a much larger one which was completed during the reign of King Rama V.

In 1877, King Rama V brought the Buddha relic in the custody of the Royal Chakri family from the Grand Palace to the Royal Pavilion at Wat Saket. It was then enshrined in the in the pagoda on top of the Golden Mount.

Two decades later, Marquis Curzon, the British Viceroy of India, presented more Buddha relics near the Nepalese border to King Rama V. These were enshrined in a bronze pagoda in 1899 and installed on the top of the Golden Mount.

The temple, Wat Saket, was built during the reign of King Rama I and is the location for a festival each November that includes a climb to the top of the Golden Mount.

How to get there
By Bus – no. 15, 37, 47, and 49

Opening Hours Daily from 07:30 am. – 05:30 pm.

Wat Pho

This world famous temple is located right next to the Grand Palace, on the south side. It is one of Bangkok’s oldest and largest temples. Wat Pho was built by King Rama I nearly 200 years ago and houses the gigantic gold-plated Reclining Buddha. This unique image is 46 metres in length and 15 metres high with beautifully inlaid mother-of soles. Wat Pho is also regarded as the first centre of public education and is sometimes called “Thailand’s First University”. The building housing the Reclining Buddha is open daily from 8.00 a.m.- 5.00 p.m.

The Grand Palace and Wat Phra Keaw

This city landmark should be the first place on any visitor’s itinerary. It is a huge compound on Na Phra Lan Road near Pramane Ground which is surrounded by high white walls and occupies an area of about a square mile. The palace, begun in 1782, consists of several buildings; with highly decorated architectural details. The Royal chapel, Wat Phra Kaeo, which is in the same compound, houses the Emerald Buddha, the most sacred Buddha image in Thailand. Photography inside the building housing the Emerald Buddha is forbidden. The complex is open daily from 8.30 a.m.- 3.30 p.m. Admission fee is 350 baht (including tickets to The Coin Pavillion & Phra Thi Nanl Vimanmek & Abhisek Dusit Throne Hall). Proper dress is essential.

From the hotel, you may take the bus No. 1 or 25 or 53 at front of the hotel to reach there within 10 minutes only.

Yaowarat Chinatown Road

Yaowarat Chinatown Road

Location : Yaowarat Rd., Samphanthawong District

The largest outside of China Yaowarat Chinatown is a bustling, crowded area where you can buy just about anything day or night.

The main thoroughfare through Chinatown is Yaowarat Road, which is approximately 1.5 kilometres in length. It was built during the reign of King Rama V. On each side of the road, there is a network of streets and alleys lined with shops selling all sorts of things. In many of these streets, you’ll find shops side by side selling the same items.

There is an old fresh food market called Trok Isarnuphap where leading chefs from all over Bangkok shop for the finest and freshest ingredients for their restaurant menus.

A visit at night will take you to a food street where you sit on stools watching your meal being prepared, then enjoying the delicious cuisine washed down by tea or a cold beer which carry on until midnight.

How to get there

  1. By Bus – no. 1, 4, 7, 25, 53, and 501
  2. By MRT Subway – taking MRT Subway to Hua Lamphong Station then continue walking for 700 metres to Yaowarat Road

Opening Hours Daily from 07:00 am. – 12:00 am.

Baan Suan Phlu

Baan Suan Phlu, formerly known as M.R. Kukrit Heritage Home is situated in a 5-rai area which M.R. Kukrit purchased since 1941. It consists of 5 traditional Thai houses. M.R. Kukrit Heritage Home (Baan Suan Phlu) is a large wooden house. The house compound is full of trees, creating a cool and pleasant atmosphere. There is a multipurpose pavilion called   “Sala Thai” for organizing activities. It was inspired by a large pavilion in front of the ordination hall of Wat Bovorniwet, Ratchaworawihan. Inside, there are 2 cabinets displaying Khon’s masks, reminiscent of Thammasat Khon which M.R. Kukrit established.