For those who love shopping, Bangkok is indeed a great destination as it houses the best of shopping malls in the world. But, even if you are someone whose passion is to enjoy your time visiting diverse attractions, Bangkok is the perfect place for you too!
The Grand Palace
Suppose you spend your long holiday in Bangkok at a venue such as Ascott Sathorn Bangkok, and you want a place to go during a short break. There is the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew located just 8km away. As it’s one of the most significant and oldest landmarks in the city, you should not miss it at any cost.
Wat Pho is called the Temple of the Reclining Buddha. There is the 46-meter long, gold plated Buddha statue and this is the main point of attraction that definitely is worth a visit.
Even if you are spending a long holiday at a service apartment in Bangkok Sathorn amidst all luxury, once in a while, you will require a noticeable change. This is where Chinatown will be ideal for a change of scenery where you can enjoy the best Chinese and Thai food from different street vendors.
Chao Phraya River
Bangkok is also famous for its rich network of canals flowing throughout the city. They are all connected to the Chao Phraya River and an evening spent by the riverside will indeed amaze you with some fresh air and the vibrant views.