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At Aira Hotel, we are passionate about our city and the incredible activities, sights and attractions it is home to. Being in the heart of it all, Aira Hotel offers the perfect base from which to explore Bangkok city and its many landmarks.
Located in the vibrant area of Sukhumvit 11, the hotel offers easy access to the bustling surrounds of Soi 11 and Asoke-Nana, as well as the Royal Palace, Wat Pho, Bumrungrad hospital, and CBD district.
Within sniffing distance, you can find delicious street food, awesome high-end and street-level shopping options, massage shops, nail salons, and vibrant nightlife.
Highlights include Korea Town (or Sukhumvit Plaza) where you’ll find a big selection of restaurants serving authentic Korean food, as well as two huge luxury shopping malls, EmQuartier and Central Embassy.
The BTS Nana Skytrain station is located within a 5-minute walk and the MRT Asok station within a 10-minute walk, making for an easy commute to cultural hubs, museums, art galleries, foodie hotspots, and markets.
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At the end of the Soi, you will find the remnants of Bangkok’s pre-road days: the canals, or khlong in Thai. Don’t miss the chance to hop on a canal boat and take in the wonder of local life with a scenic tour via the riverside.
Whether you’re looking for fun activities, gourmet restaurants, tourist attractions, or just a fun day out in Bangkok, rest assured you’ll be spoilt for choice.
Here is the list of our top favourite things to do in Bangkok, in no particular order.We hope this helps you to experience the best of what one of the world’s top tourist destinations has to offer.
Benjakitti Forest Park
This giant park is new landmark Public Park in downtown Bangkok. The entrance is located on Ratchadaphisek Road, next to Queen Sirikit Convention Center. It offers visitors a new and different experience from other public parks – it is modern, minimalist and naturalistic.
Open: Daily from 5.00 am to 9.00 pm
Jodd Fairs Night Market
This new market is relocated from Ratchada to Rama 9, but still retains its original vibe of nightlife shopping and street food hawkers that we’re all familiar with. Jodd Fair offers more than 600 food vendors ranging from restaurants, street food stands and actual food tents.
Open: Daily from 11.00 am to 12.00 am | Phone: +6692 713 5599
Khlong Ong Ang Walking Street
One of Bangkok newest tourist attractions is Khlong Ong Ang Walking Street. It features a market, live music, street art, street food, boating on the canal and more. It has a great atmosphere and definitely worth your time for street entertainment & food.
Open: Friday-Sunday from 04.00 pm to 10.00 pm
The Khlong Chong Nonsi Public Park
This newly-opened Klong Chong Nonsi Public Park adds to Bangkok’s green spaces. The park is separated into five parts spreading over 12 kilometres along Silom to Rama 3 road. Here visitors can sit back and relax. It’s also a good place to take photos for the gram.
Open: Daily from 4.30 pm to 9.00 pm
Harajuku Thailand is a small Japanese-Style village with vintage architecture and a shopping street. At this place, visitors can enjoy a wide range of Thai food and Japanese cuisines. There’s also a relaxing corner by the river where all tourists can ride a duck pedal boat around the site.
Open: Monday-Thursday from 10.30 am to 9.00 pm, Friday-Sunday from 10.00 am to 9.00 pm.
Phone: +6696 252 2592