|Hotels Near Tourist Attractions|
There are many things to see and do while in Bangkok and for those people who are unfamiliar with how Bangkok is laid out, we have made it easier for you to find accommodation near the sights you want to see. You might also find an attraction here that you didn't know about and can add to your itinerary.
At each of the pages below you will find 20 hotels near each of the attractions listed.
If you have an early flight or just a stop over, we found 20 hotels within 20 minutes of the airport.
A complete list or 3, 4 and 5 star hotels located within minutes walk of all stations on Bangkok's mass transit Skytrain network. Covers stations on both the Silom and Sukhumvit lines. A very convenient list!
One of the best known and most popular nighttime attractions, Patpong has stalls set up each night selling crafts and a lot of knockoff goods, CDs and DVD, crafts and clothing. There are also a lot of bars in the area, a lot if them being go-go bars.
Home of the giant reclining golden buddha and birthplace of traditional Thai massage. One of the must-see attractions in Bangkok.
Also known as Jatujak or JJ markets, this is the largest outdoor market in the world. There are between 9000 and 15000 stores here selling just about anything you could imagine.
A huge night market spread over several acres and open from 5pm to midnight. There are also many restaurants and a large beer hall with free nightly entertainment from local and international acts on the large stage.
Panthip Plaza is the IT mecca of not only Bangkok, but in pretty much all of South East Asia. You will find anything you are looking for here if it is hardware or software related. Also a good source for CDs, DVDs, video games and software at really low prices, if authenticity is not high on your list of priorities.
Platinum Mall is a huge fashion outlet where you can spend all day shopping and filling up your suitcases with greatly discounted clothing. Across the street at the non-airconditioned Paratunum market, you can find even cheaper clothing, in all different varieties of quality.
An oasis in the middle of the city, Lumpini Park is 140 acres of green space, offering a respite from the hectic streets of Bangkok. Staying near Lumpini Park is a great idea if you like to go jogging every day. Sure, most hotels have some kind of fitness facilities, including running machines, but it's a lot more refreshing to run with the locals in the park- not to mention it's a great way to get the pulse of the city. Staying in this area will also position you near Patpong, Silom and Sathorn.
The Pride of Bangkok, Siam Paragon is one of the biggest and the most luxurious shopping malls in Thailand and pretty much all of Southeast Asia. It is also the home of Siam Discovery, Siam Ocean World, an IMAX theatre and the Paragon Cineplex, as well as many restaurants, both Thai and foreign oriented.all foreign embassies in Bangkok and Thailand.
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