Places to visit in bangkok

Places to visit in bangkok

Places to visit in bangkok Places to see

Places to visit in bangkok Places to see

Wat Thammongkol

located at Sukhumvit Rd., Soi 101,
Bangkok. The temple has Phra Viriya Mongkol Maha Chedi
which is the tallest chedi in Thailand.

Wat Thammongkol

Chatuchak weekend market

Chatuchak weekend market

Chatuchak weekend market
Chatuchak weekend market in Bangkok is the largest market in Thailand. Chatuchak basically is shoppers paradise and a MUST for anyone in Bangkok who has shopping on their agenda. Frequently called J.J., it covers over 35 acres (1.13 kmยฒ) and contains upwards of 15,000 stalls. It is estimated that the market receives between 200,000 and 300,000 visitors each day. Most stalls only open on Saturdays and Sundays. The market is only open at the weekends, Saturday and Sunday from 7am until late. Some of the stalls do open during the week but not sufficient to warrant a visit.

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Bangkok Restaurants by Area

Bangkok Restaurants by Area

We recommend Bangkok Restaurant for any body who love food, love to test and love to try. There are restaurants to suit every taste serving a huge selection of western and Asian food.

The variety of cuisine and dining experiences is one of the major attractions of Bangkok.

Chinese Restaurants French Restaurants German Restaurants Indian Restaurants Italian Restaurants Indonedian Restaurants Japanese Restaurants Korean Restaurants Scandinavian Restaurants Seafood Restaurants Swiss Restaurants Thai Restaurants Vegetarian Restauarants Vietnamese Restaurants

You can eat breakfast at your hotel, lunch at a local noodle stall by the roadside, and have dinner with fine wines in a sophisticated air-conditioned restaurant.
Bangkok Restaurant
Yaowarat: Bangkok's Chinatown houses some of the best and most expensive Chinese restaurants in the city, along with many of the best and cheapest food stalls, especially at night. The restaurants mostly specialize in southern Chinese cooking, with noodles, seafood and, at lunchtime, dim sum dumplings dominating the menus.

Phahurat: Known as little India is inhabited by Thai people of Indian origin, the confined alleyways around the Phahurat area accommodate a number of authentic Indian restaurants, particularly those offering North Indian cuisine.

Siam Square: In this shopping area there are many medium to high-priced restaurants. Whether you want to eat Thai, European, Chinese or Japanese foods, there is a place for you somewhere in this fashionable area.

Sukhumvit Road: There is no shortage of eating places on Sukhumvit.There are Italian, French, British, German, and Mexican restaurants lining the road.

Soi Lang Suan: Like Sukhumvit Road, Soi Lang Suan offers a diverse mix of Thai, Asian, and European influences. Fashionable restaurants present interesting eating possibilities at medium to high prices.

Silom Road: Several food streets are linked to this road in Bangkok's busiest area. Seafood stalls sprout along the section near Saladaeng Intersection after sunset until late at night. The nearby Convent Road offers everything from Indonesian to an Irish tavern and Japanese restaurants.

Bang Lamphu: Shoestring travelers flock to Bang Lamphu, especially the area around Khaosan Road. Most eating places in this area cater for budget-conscious diners. Many guesthouses on Khaosan Road have open-air cafes serving standard Thai and Chinese dishes.

One Place for Every Kind of Restaurants

One Place for Every Kind of Restaurants

Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok Hotel

Restaurant Spasso
Bangkokโ€™s popular restaurant for authentic Italian cuisine. Our resident Italian Chef presents a wide selection of dishes from regional specialties, pasta, salads to pizzas baked in a wood-fired oven. On Sundays, relax with our "Best Italian" Brunch. Our endless anti-pasta lunch is also available daily. Two circular bars feature creative cocktails. Spasso transforms into a high energy fun venue with dynamic music by the International Band and dancing until the early hours.

Located on Lower Lobby.

Hours: Lunch 12:00 to 14:30
Dinner 18:30 to 23:00
Live Music 22:00 to 02:00
Dress Code: Smart Casual (No Singlets/Slippers/Shorts)

Restaurant The Dining Room at Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok
The Dining Room
The Dining Room, with a garden ambience, features the most talked about buffet restaurant in Bangkok, perfect for a light meal as well as a relaxing full dining experience. The buffet is available for breakfast, lunch dinner and Sunday Brunch, featuring International, Thai and Asian cuisine, fresh seafood, Japanese corner and a steam counter for Asian dumplings. The show kitchen features a wide range of roast carvings, pasta and noodles instantly prepared to your request. A la carte menu is also available. Daily live music and jazz duo until midnight.

Located on Lobby Level.

Hours: Breakfast: 06:00 to 10:30
Lunch: 12:00 to 14:30 (15:00 on Sat/Sun)
Dinner: 18:00 to 22:30
Dress Code: Smart Casual

Restaurant You & Me at Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok
You & Mee
A casual Bangkok restaurant with a boulevard ambiance, You & Mee is the ideal place for a quick meal throughout the day. Enjoy a variety of Noodles from Thailand and around Asia. For supper, another fun alternative is the Khao Tom - Rice Congee Buffet with a wide selection of condiments.

Located on Lower Lobby.

Hours: 11:00 to 23:00
18:00 to 23:00 (Buffet Khao Tom)
Dress Code: Casual

Erawan Bakery

Erawan Bakery, in the lower Lobby, offers irresistible temptations of the finest home-made ice creams, chocolates, cakes and pastries. Erawan Bakery is perfect for a relaxing cup of freshly brewed espresso or a light snack throughout the day. Creative hampers filled with your choice of imported gourmet items are also available as gifts.

Located on Lower Lobby.

Hours: 10:00 to 22:00
Dress Code: Casual

For wholesome sandwiches, salads, pastries and refreshing home-made ice-creams, drop by Snax, located on the 2nd floor at Amarin Plaza next to the hotel. Casual and convenient, eat in or take away.

Located on 2nd floor Amarin Plaza.

Hours: 10:00 to 19:00

Erawan Tea Room

Located on the 2nd floor of the Erawan Bangkok boutique mall, the Erawan Tea Room serves traditional Thai cuisine complemented by refreshing beverages in a beautifully appointed semi-casual setting. Utilising a rich, classic decor, internationally acclaimed designer Tony Chi has revived the nostalgic atmosphere of a bygone era in a Tea Room whose panoramic windows overlook the fascinating Erawan Shrine. Take-away packaged products and a wide selection of teas from India, China, Sri Lanka, and Thailand are available. Serving Morning Tea, Lunch, Afternoon Tea and Dinner.

Located on 2nd floor, Erawan Bangkok Mall.

Hours: 10:00 to 22:00
Dress Code: Casual

The Breezeway
A relaxing casual dining and lounge area located adjacent to i.sawanโ€™s teak pool deck. The Breezeway serves a mix of light Thai and Western dishes with refreshing beverages.

Located on the 5th floor.

Hours: 10:00 to 22:00
Dress Code: Casual

Club at the Hyatt
Be part of our exclusive Club at the Hyatt membership programme and enjoy unique dining discounts in the range of restaurants and Special spa treatment offers at i.sawan Residential Spa & Club at Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok.

Privileges from 86 participating Hyatt Hotels and Resorts, as well as other benefits also await you. For more information on Club at the Hyatt benefits, please click here.

Membership fee: Bt. 6,500 nett and receive an additional membership card or a cheque book worth Bt. 3,000.

Contact us
Tel: +66 2 254 6295
Fax: +66 2 650 4517
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Amarin Plaza

Amarin Plaza Bangkok

Amarin Plaza is a shopping mall located in the heart of Bangkok's Ratchaprasong shopping district. Amarin Plaza has a total of five floors of high-end shops offering the latest in fashion, home decor, fine furniture, jewelry, electronics, Thai handicrafts and more. The shopping mall also has a lot of different restaurants and even a Spa. A Naraiphand outlet offers a huge assortment of high quality, competitively priced Thai handicrafts and souvenirs. Here is combine shopping, dining and entertainment.

Amarin Plaza has five floors of high-end shops offering you the latest in fashion, home decor, fine furniture, jewelry, electronics, Thai handicrafts and much more. Our many restaurants satisfy even the most discerning palates, while Amarinโ€™s spa is the perfect place to relax after a long day in the heat of this exciting tropical city.

Make Amarin Plaza your first stop in Bangkok to take care of all your tourist information and souvenir needs. The Amarin Tourist Information Center has the widest range of visitor information available in Bangkok. Our world-renowned Naraiphand outlet offers a huge assortment of high quality, competitively priced Thai handicrafts and souvenirs.

Amarin Plaza is a shopperโ€™s paradise located at the crossroads of Bangkok. Over 300 retail shops await you with great offers and high-end merchandise, some of which you wonโ€™t find anywhere else.

Before you begin exploring our five floors of stores, check out whatโ€™s happening at Amarin Hall on the first floor. With frequent art exhibitions, handicrafts showcases and travel fairs, thereโ€™s always a unique treat or surprise at Amarin Hall.

Next, explore our world-class handicrafts outlet, Naraiphand, located on the second floor. Here, youโ€™ll find a distinctive selection of Thai crafts and souvenirs in one convenient location and at reasonable, fixed prices. No need to worry about bargaining here โ€“ everyone gets the best price!

Then let H&L on the third floor challenge your conventional thoughts about home decor. Thereโ€™s an array of stylish and beautiful furniture, designer objects and decorative items so you can take a touch of Thailand back home.

Finally, wind down with a quick meal at The Cook. You can delight in all the rich flavors of Thai cuisine or savor a more international fine dining experience at one of the many restaurants on the fourth floor.

* Fashion (Tailor, International Brands, Silks)
* Beauty & Spa
* Jewelry
* Home & Living
* Food
* Handicrafts
* Services

Amarin Plaza also provides the Amarin Tourist Information Center

Whether youโ€™re coming to Thailand to bake on the beach, explore the mountains or simply shop to your heartโ€™s content, Amarin Plaza is the perfect starting point. With our convenient central location in the cityโ€™s Ratchaprasong shopping district, Amarin Plaza makes it easy for you to start your Bangkok experience off right.

The Amarin Tourist Information Center caters to first-time visitors and seasoned travelers alike. Our friendly staff will give you the knowledge you need to make the most of your visit to Bangkok and anywhere else in Thailand. Whether youโ€™re looking for sightseeing tips, information about day tours, the best places to eat, unique cultural attractions or inside advice on experiencing Bangkok like a local, the Amarin Tourist Information Center will ensure you explore Thailand in style.

And what better way to kick off your tour of Bangkokโ€™s vivid culture and history than with a visit to the famous Erawan shrine, located a few steps away? The Erawan shrine is one of Bangkokโ€™s most important religious landmarks, housing a golden image of the four-headed god Brahma.

You can mix with a fascinating crowd of Thais from all walks of life who offer Brahma colorful flowers, incense and candles in hopes of attaining better fortune. A dance troupe performing ancient rituals to please Brahma gives you a glimpse of the rich traditions that are still firmly a part of this fast-paced city. The nearby Amarin shrine, housing Amarin, the Sun God, is another sight you wonโ€™t want to miss.