Le Méridien Bangkok

40/5 Surawong Road, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Thailand
+66 2 232 8888

Chic is the Style


Attractive, fashionable, stylish. Our neighbourhood is certainly colourful. The vibrant nightlife appeals across genders. Art is also out in the open as well as curated in eye-opening galleries. And Little Tokyo is the last word in Japanese ease. Your key card unlocks it all.

Local Area & Attractions


Thailand Creative & Design Center (TCDC)
Thailand Creative & Design Center (TCDC) is a collaboration with Le Méridien Bangkok that promotes Thai designers on the international market. An extension of the idea that your room key also unlocks experiencing Bangkok, TCDC gives you the opportunity to engage with modern and contemporary art through permanent collections, temporary exhibitions, and educational programs.
Charoen Krung Creative District
Charoen Krung is considered a creative district for good reason. Many arts access points can be found here. Soi Charoen Krung 32 is decorated with murals by Thai and international taggers. Among them are masterpieces such as the three-eyed kid by Alex Face, a funky bear character by Bonus TMC, mysterious-looking portraits by Kult, and spray-painted art by Lolay. More tantalising Thai and international art discoveries await at galleries on Soi Charoen Krung 28 and 30.
Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre (BACC)
Presenting a wide range of contemporary art, design, music, theatre + film, Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre is the hub of the city's burgeoning art scene. A few minutes' walk from National Stadium BTS Skytrain station, BACC hosts a steady succession of exhibitions featuring some of the leading Thai and international artists of the day. The eclectic array of arts activities is arranged with a view to stimulating art appreciation. All are welcome to explore.
Bangkok’s Nightlife
When the sun goes down, Bangkok transforms into the liveliest city imaginable in an explosion of lights, food + drink, music and dance. It’s time to enjoy an eye-opening dinner cruise along the river, admire the skyline from rooftop bars, savour street food in Chinatown + explore vibrant night markets such as the most famous one of all, Patpong Night Market, just across the road. Bangkok is also renowned as LGBTQ-friendly destination especially celebrated for its nightlife and festivals.
Bangkok’s Little Tokyo
The heart of Bangkok’s Japanese shopping, dining + nightlife scene, Soi Thaniya is located right next to one of the busiest BTS Skytrain stations, Saladaeng. Thaniya complex houses multiple golf shops and much more. After sunset, the street is ablaze with neon signs. Izakaya, Ramen, Yakiniku, Sushi, Karaoke + more. It’s also a great spot for traditional Thai massage.
Neilson Hays Library
Neilson Hays Library is a throwback to the earliest days of international travel, beginning in 1869 when the library was established by Bangkok Ladies' Library Association. The main building of the present library, beautifully designed by an Italian architect, Mario Tamagno. Nowadays the atmospheric wood-clad interior accommodates an astonishing 20,000 books. A newer, glass-walled Garden Cafe and Gallery offers local and western food and drink run by the neighbouring British Club along with regular art exhibitions.
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