The ultimate urban experience packed with an endless range of mouthwatering eats, jaw-dropping fashion and awe-inspiring attractions.
Bangkok never fails to charm first-time visitors. People flock to the city for its tantalizing cuisine, endless shopping experiences and majestic attractions, from sprawling temples to monolithic skyscrapers with unparalleled city views. Founded in 1782, Bangkok's legacy blends with diverse migrant influences, resulting in a vibrant culinary scene. From street food to elegant establishments, the city offers endless gastronomic adventures that are sure to make your taste buds sing. Whether you’re a first-timer or a lovestruck returnee who can’t get the city’s allure, Bangkok is always ready to welcome you with a warm sawasdee, Thai for hello.
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Explore Bangkok

  • Charoenkrung
  • Langsuan-Wireless
  • Phrom Phong
  • Asoke
  • Phra Khanong - On Nut



What was once Bangkok’s first international port district during the 1900s is now the city’s premier creative hub. Charoenkrung is home to design showrooms, art galleries and vibrant, millennial-owned small businesses. Restaurants are housed in century-old shophouses and dish out droolworthy multicultural dishes.

Known For

Art Galleries, Local Food

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With large leafy greenery lining its path and immaculate gardens surrounding foreign embassies, Wireless Road has gained a reputation as one of Bangkok’s lushest areas. Whether you’re just driving through or taking a leisurely stroll, passing by it is always a delight. Make stops at the award-winning restaurants nestled on its sub-sois (side streets) and on nearby Langsuan Road.

Known For

Pet-Friendly Spaces, Greenery, Shopping

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Phrom Phong


Phrom Phong is undeniably the lifestyle gem of the Sukhumvit neighborhood. Here, you’ll find a peaceful park to stretch your legs, fancy malls with all of Thailand’s top fashion brands, and some of Bangkok’s best bowls of ramen. At night, Phrom Phong’s bars come to life and fill cocktail glasses with creativity and a touch of local flair.

Known For

Japanese Food, International Food, Cafés, Shopping

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Asoke is the district that never sleeps. Bangkok’s largest intersection is surrounded by buildings that soar to the sky and multiuse complexes that are home to multinational companies, expansive offices and five-star hotels. You’ll also find food joints of all kinds cater to hungry stomachs throughout the day. In the midst of this urban jungle, you have the verdant and beautifully landscaped Benchakitti Park, which injects a sense of Zen to Asoke’s chaos.

Known For

Park, Commercial Area

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Phra Khanong - On Nut


Bangkok’s urban gentrification has expanded east along with its main train line – and Phra Khanong and On Nut are the two areas that have benefitted from this the most. These residential areas along greater Sukhumvit have bloomed in recent years and now offer a midtownlike lifestyle. You’ll find everything from bistros and coffee shops to izakayas and fine dining venues – but at a much less-expensive price tag. The presence of high-tech co-working spaces have also made it a playground for startups and digital nomads.

Known For

Food, Nightlife, Laid-Back Lifestyle

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3 Days of Food, Shopping and Relaxation in Bangkok

Street Art

Immerse Yourself in Art and History

Check out the old town’s historic sights as you go on a walking tour of Talad Noi in Charoenkrung, Bangkok’s historic riverside road. Admire centuries-old shrines, pose in front of colorful street murals and browse through a local street market. Sip on artisanal milk tea as you explore the local art scene. End the day with sunset drinks by the majestic Chao Phraya River and dinner at one of Bangkok’s many Michelin-starred establishments. 

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Explore Bangkok’s Shopping Scene

The abundance of malls in Bangkok should give you an idea of what the city’s residents engage in during their free time. Shopping is the unofficial sport of Bangkok, as people zip from one mall to the next with both luxe and budget-friendly options. In between, say a prayer at one of downtown Bangkok’s many shrines and load up on royal Thai fare. Come sundown, seek out a unique dining experience in the dark before jumping into the vibrant world of drag queens in House of Heals, one of Bangkok’s most stylish queer spaces.

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Take a Breather in Nature

Take a stroll among flower beds and manicured lawns at Benchasiri Park, a small, serene park situated along chaotic Sukhumvit Road. You could also sit among mini-waterfalls and pocket gardens at the multilevel Quartier Water Garden at luxe mall EmQuartier (after a bout of last-minute shopping). Make your way to the up-and-coming neighborhood of Phra Kanong, home to futuristic lifestyle complexes that combine retail attractions with tech-injected co-working spaces and sprawling green zones.

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