24 hours in Bangkok

Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand offers a myriad of experiences and activities. Explore the vibrant streets of Bangkok with its colorful displays of trinkets and streetfood amidst towering malls and accommodation. Try one of the many spa treatments and massage therapies that this country is famous for or indulge in some of the best fine dining the city has to offer followed by a stopover at Bangkok’s flamboyant nightlife scene.

Bangkok street


Only have twenty-four hours in Bangkok? Here are a few suggestions as to what to see and do:


Private tuk tuk ride

The Peninsula Hotel offers guests a private tuk tuk ride through Bangkok. This three wheeled motor vehicle is equipped with WiFi, cold towels and chilled drinking water. Experience the bustling streets of Bangkok where you will get a first hand view of every day local life.


Kempinski Hotel

Treat yourself to a spa treatment at the Kempinski Hotel opened from 10am to 10pm. After relaxing in their sauna, steam room or jacuzzi, your therapist will offer a customized palette of natural ingredients with therapeutic techniques that will restore your inner harmony to the natural rhythm of the seasons.


Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin Restaurant

After your spa treatment wander to their celebrated restaurant, Sra Bua where you can experience Chef’s Hendrick Yde-Andersen, modern interpretation of Thai traditional food. Try the ‘Frozen Red Curry with Baby Lobster Salad and Litchi Foam’ with a wide selction of wine choices to match.

Night time

Check out Bed Supper Club on Sukhumvit Soi 11.This retro-futuristic design has a permanent glow of soft blue neon light and attractive waitresses dressed up like spaceship travellers.

Cristy Elmendorp is Managing Director of Soma Journeys.

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