Dining with a view at Arun Residence

Dining with a view at Arun Residence

Arun Residence is a remarkable historic Sino-Portuguese river house, which has recently been renovated and is lying right by the Chao Phraya River. This facility represents the classic Thai architecture of the 17th century very clearly. The restaurant, terraces, balconies and guest rooms altogether present an unforgettable panorama of one of Asia’s finest views, the Rattanakosin skyline.

Hours of Operation Open Close Mon – Thurs 11:00 am 10:00 pm Fri – Sun 11:00 am 11:00 pm

The spacious “Deck by the River” restaurant , overlooks the river against the majestic backdrop of the Rattanakosin skyline, serving a full A la-carte breakfast, light lunches and dinner daily. “The Deck” are happy to create your own special private party experience with magnificent backdrop of Wat Arun and Chaopraya River. The varieties of dinner were created by our Chefs. The attentiveness of our staffs will ensure it will be a party to remember. Our Manager will gladly discuss with you to accommodate all of your request to make your party distinctive one The “Deck” serves 80 seats.

For a Marvelous Event Your own private party with panoramic view of Chaopraya river prepared specially for you at various venues of ArunResidence. From birthday parties of ten to glamorous cocktail parties, largescale corporate functions for 80, product launch and royal receptions. As it will be your personal event, we recommend a tailored menu with choice for each course. We print individual menus for each guest and of course, are happy to accommodate your guests’ special requests. For events at the Deck, please contact our manager- Kullada at 02 221-9158-9. The “Deck by the River” restaurant is an idyllic setting for exclusive corporate or private functions. The private dining room is available for private functions of up to 25 people, the upper “Deck” private function is up to 40 people, and an exclusive party at Amorosa is up to 50 people, with the executive meeting room on the top floor.

Getting there

Arun Residence is close to Sanum Luang Park, not far from the Khao San Road. A taxi or Tuk Tuk is the easiest available transport option. For Moreà www.arunresidence.com

Leading department stores in Bangkok

Leading department stores in Bangkok

Shopping at leading department stores in Bangkok .heaven. You can find anything you desire in easily accessible climate controlled comfort, packed with excellent dining outlets to boot.The crown jewel of shopping in Bangkok, Siam Paragon, is bigger and better than almost every shopping center you have ever experienced, with all the top luxury brands in a vibrant atmosphere along with local fashion star boutiques. Connected to Siam Paragon, you have Siam Discovery and Siam Center, the center of trendy, youth-oriented local labels. Nearby, Gaysorn Plaza and Erawan Bangkok offer smaller, more sedate high-end shopping experiences, but with excellent selections of brandname items.And for another gargantuan retail experience, the mammoth CentralWorld is perfect for families to explore.Department stores like the Emporium and Central Chidlom are also located along the golden shopping boulevard of Sukhumvit Road. There are big shopping malls scattered all over Bangkok but the biggest concentration is in the Siam area.

Getting there

Take the Skytrain to Siam Station. The shopping area is connected by a convenient skywalk.

Advise 10 Best Bangkok Shopping Malls 2015

1. CentralWorld, Siam Open: 10:00-22:00, Nearest BTS: Siam, Chidlom

2.Siam Paragon, Siam Open: 10:00 – 22:00, Nearest BTS: Siam

3.MBK, Siam Open: 10:00 – 22:00, Nearest BTS: National Stadium

4.Terminal 21, Sukhumvit Road Open: 10:00-22:00, Nearest BTS: Chidlom

5.EmQuartier, Phrom Phong Open: 10:00-22:00, Nearest BTS: Phrom Phong

6.Central Embassy Shopping Mall Chidlom Ploenchit Open: 10:00-22:00, Nearest BTS: Ploenchit

7.Central Chidlom, Chidlom-Ploenchit Open: 10:00-22:00, Nearest BTS: Childlom

8.Siam Center, Siam Open: 10:00-21:00, Nearest BTS: Siam

9.Platinum Fashion Mall, Pratunam Open: 10:00 – 22:00, Nearest BTS: Chidlom

10.Pantip Plaza, Pratunam Open: 10:00-21:00, Nearest BTS: Chidlom

 

Night Market on Ratchadapisek Road

Night Market on Ratchadapisek Road

The Night Market on Ratchadapisek Road is another interesting shopping destination, held every Saturday evening.This market is focusing on various kinds of second-hand products, in particular clothing as well as decorative items at affordable prices. There is a quite hip and trendy atmosphere in this market. Night markets are an important aspect of Asian culture, observe how local people use them to socialize as well as to shop. The goods here will be significantly cheaper than in a high street shop, expect to find some weird and wonderful designs and an enormous collection of bargain basement used Clothing. On Ratchadaposek road, you’ll of course find lots of food on offer in the market. There’s even one or two small, temporary bars that set up shop for the night. For most visitors, the Saturday night market is more of a “sight” than shopping destination. You will probably need to know a bit of Thai, or bring a Thai friend with you, if you want to do some serious shopping here. The railroad market offers a similar feeling and products, in a slightly less claustrophobic atmosphere. The market is easily reached via the subway to the Ladprao station. Use the parking garage exit from the subway.

Getting there

-The easiest way to get there is to take the MRT to Ratchadapisek Station or by taxi to Ratchadapisek Road.

-Thousands of cars pour along Ratchadapisek Road – a busy, car-infested northern artery – each day. Consequently options for suburban shoppers have blossomed here, imposing shopping warehouses and malls popping up all along it. Superb MRT subway access means it’s easy to get to

Klong Thom Night Market

Klong Thom Night Market

Klong Thom Sunday Market is very popular among the young crowds. There are plenty of vendors and shops which sell clothes and all kinds of second-hand products such as shoes and T-shirts. It is held in the evening of every Sunday.Klong Thom Night for vintage finds, Market blinking and beeping maze of dirt cheap knock-off electronics. Pirated movies in compact discs are found throughout Klong Thom night market. Like a huge shopping mall but with everything laid out in the open and with little or no sense of order, Khlong Thom is an experience that you will either love or hate. Efforts to explore deep into the unknown will be highly rewarded. Down the unfamiliar lanes, you might come across a ‘treasure’ – object that you don’t really need but satisfies your curiosity, whether old toys that have been off shop shelves for years, car stickers or accessories that make an identity statement that is so ‘you’, or a brass lamp that transports you back to the last century. Not everything is secondhand. Many shops offer brand-new merchandise but usually it’s second-grade or knock-off. For those who find pleasure in obsolete fashion or objects, Khlong Thom is a must-visit.

Klong Thom Night Market Highlights

Khlong Thom night market in thailand is also a place where you can do some practical shopping. A haven for hobbyists and amateur inventors, the market offers all kinds of parts and appliances imaginable. Here, you’ll find a wide range of bolts, screws, electrical wires, pulley wheels, water filter parts, model-specific remote controls for a range of appliances, home entertainment equipment, digital cameras, radios, phone chargers and much much more. There’s also fashion, and some of it is unusual; far from the usual ladies’ wear you often see at other outdoor markets. At Khlong Thom Market, you will find everything from T-shirts and sneakers to party costumes and top-to-toe accessories for all occasions for sale. Party masks range from Halloween to fancy themes. Fake fingers, wigs of all sizes, rubber snakes, false blood, all the way to magic accessories and supplies.

Klong Thom Night Market

Opening Hours: Saturday, from 17:00 until Sunday (about 17:00)

Location: Corner of Worachak Road and Chao Kamrop Road.

Khao San Road

Khao San Road walking Street

The Khao San Road is the epicentre of the Thai backpacking scene and is often referred to as the gateway to Southeast Asia. It is a melting pot unlike any other on the planet containing travellers from every corner of the planet and shops, restaurants, bars and stalls to cater to their every need. During the day the street is busy with people browsing the various shops and stalls but after dark the serious business of having a good time gets underway. Even if you are no longer a young traveller leaving home for the first time the Khao San Road is still worth a look.

Activities on Khao San Road walking street are not particularly high class. Many backpackers just chill out in a cafe and watch reruns of Friends while sipping a cold Chang beer. People-watching is also a major activity; this can be done in many roadside bars and pubs along Khao San Road. When all this becomes too stressful, there are plenty of massage parlours around. Khao san road is the centre of the backpacking universe.

Getting to Khao San Road

Minibuses leave from the airport regularly, otherwise a taxi or Tuk Tuk is probably your best bet. Khao San Road is fairly easy to get to from anywhere in Bangkok. Express boats, buses and taxis are your main options. While the Skytrain and the metro are convenient ways of getting to many places in Bangkok, there is no connection to Khao San Road (or to anywhere else in Rattanakosin, for that matter.

Contact

Internet cafés are rivaled only by tuk-tuks for sheer ubiquity on Khao San Road. Almost any guest house has at least some form of Internet available. Sawasdee Bangkok Inn has three computers of surfing (Price Please Check again) . It is a short walk through an alley in the middle of Khao San Road. Virtually all are set up for Skype and plain old international phone calls. Be aware that some cafés have applied limitations on their terminals, such as on printing documents and saving digital files. Check whether this is the case before paying. You can send (and even receive) mail at one of the area’s two post offices. Ratchadamnoen Post Office is just a small walk through the alley behind Burger King. Banglamphubon Post Office is not far either, located in front of Wat Bowonniwet. From the eastern side of Khao San Road, just follow Tanao Road in northward direction and take a right at the roundabout.

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