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Samitivej Sukhumvit Hospital

Samitivej Hospital is one of the leading private hospitals in Southeast Asia. Located in the heart of Bangkok, Samitivej Sukhumvit is a 275 bed tertiary care hospital with over 400 specialists. With a comprehensive range of medical technology, it’s further complemented by a team of highly qualified specialists and experienced caregivers.

Samitvej Hospital’s International Department is at hand to provide international patients and expatriates with assistance 24–7. It’s multilingual workforce and immigration service makes it one of the most convenient medical facilities for travellers. The hospital is also home to Samitvej Plaza, which includes over 20 shops for round–the–clock food and beverage. There are several hotels near Samitivej Hospital in the Thong Lo Area. Grande Centre Point Sukhumvit 55 Thong Lo is one of them. Just a five–minute taxi ride away from the hotel, Samitivey is the closest hospital from the hotel’s facilities.

Opting to receive your medical care from Samitivej hospital means that you’ll be right in the middle of downtown Bangkok, Sukhumvit. The vibrant Thong Lo area is at your door step while the EM District is just a stone’s throw away. Staying at hotels near Samitivej hospital means that you have the comfort of knowing a world–class medical facility is at your doorstep as you set about enjoying your vacation in Bangkok.

How to get there: Taxi or Tuk Tuk Google Map

Bangkok Hospital

Bangkok Hospital is built on an ethos of patient–focused attention and is known for its high level of personal care in Thailand. With specialists in all major fields of healthcare, Bangkok Hospital has over 60 specialised clinics which cater to all healthcare services. It was founded in 1972 by a team of physicians of nurses. Today, with 488 beds, it’s one of the largest private hospitals in Southeast Asia.

The facility in Phetchburi is popular among expatriates and travellers who come to Thailand explicitly for medical services and care. Bangkok Hospital is known for its dedicated service, multilingual staff and representatives. The specialists are known for their expertise in the diagnosis, management and treatment of diseases in patients of all ages. Foreign patients can be assisted by interpreters and coordinaters in several languages as well.

Its location in the heart of the city means there are several prestigious hotels near Bangkok Hospital. Grande Centre Point Sukhumvit 55 Thong Lo is in the vicinity, just a 5–minute taxi ride away.

How to get there: Taxi or Tuk Tuk Google Map

Dinosaur Planet

“Dinosaur Planet” is more than just an entertainment destination. It is complete edutainment center in ASEAN. Perfect for all the family members. “Dinosaur Planet” will take you back in times to the ancient world of dinosaurs, where they’re come back to live. Visitors can experience various types of dinosaurs and enjoy exciting presentation techniques, memorable activities, and world-class performances.

How to get there: Sky train to Phrom Phong station Google Map

Baanchangthai Muay Chaiya

Muay Chaiya is a style of traditional Thai boxing, founded about 200 years ago. Muay Thai Chaiya not only utilizes fists, feet, knees, and elbows, but also uses the forgotten elements of throwing, pressing, grabbling or clinching and joint breaking.

How to get there: Taxi or Tuk Tuk Google Map

Bangkok Drama Theatre (M theatre)

M Theatre is a private, modern-style theatre. It was opened in 1993 as a centre for contemporary arts. The theatre holds modern art performances such as drama, dance and puppet shows for children. Also showcased are exhibits of visual arts by current artists, lectures, seminars and training courses aimed at promoting art and culture.

How to get there: Walking, Taxi or Tuk Tuk Google Map

Bangkok Planetarium or National Science Center for Education

Bangkok Planetarium offers an educational and entertaining day which focuses on space as a theme. For foreign visitors, there is one English language show per week which takes place Tuesday mornings.

How to get there: Sky train to Ekamai station Google Map

Major Cineplex

Major Cineplex is a concept of large movie complexes that could offer a range of entertainment services, including not only movies, but also bowling alleys, karaoke rooms, restaurants and shopping.

How to get there: Walking, Taxi or Tuk Tuk Google Map

Pridi Banomyong Institute

To be the memory of Pridi Banomyong (Luang Pradit Manutham), Pridi Banomyong Foundation has found Pridi Banomyong Institute on Sukhumvit 55 (Soi Thonglor), Wattana, Bangkok. The Place is used as a venue for showing arts, performance arts and movie theater.

How to get there: Walking, Taxi or Tuk Tuk Google Map

Siam Society

The Society premises on Asoke Montri Road in Bangkok house a library that has a unique collection including manuscripts and rare books. The Kamthieng House, a precious example of northern Thai architecture, houses a folk museum. Study trips are made to historical sites, cultural events, and nature sites in all corners of Thailand and overseas. Lectures are organized several times a month on a wide range of topics.

How to get there: Sky train to Asok station Google Map

Jim Thompson's House & Musuem

The Jim Thompson House is the home of James H.W. Thompson, a self-made American entrepreneur who was the founder of the world renowned Jim Thompson Thai Silk Company. The two-storey teakwood house once was the home of Jim Thompson. The first floor comprises a dining room, a living room, a study room, a guest room and Thompson’s bedroom.

How to get there: Sky train to National Stadium station Google Map

Bangkok Art & Culture Center

The Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC) is a new mid-town facility for the contemporary arts. Programmes for art, music, theatre, film, design, and cultural/educational events take place in a friendly and recreational atmosphere – with cafe, restaurants, bookshops, and an art library.

How to get there: Sky train to National Stadium station Google Map

Erawan Shrine

The Erawan Shrine was originally built in 1956 as something of a last-ditch effort to end misfortunes that occurred during the construction of a hotel, at that time known as the Erawan Hotel. After several incidents ranging from injured construction workers to the sinking of a ship carrying marble for the hotel, a Brahmin priest was consulted. Since the hotel was to be named after the elephant escort of Indra in Hindu mythology, the priest determined that Erawan required a passenger, and suggested it be that of Lord Brahma. A statue was built and, lo and behold, the misfortunes miraculously ended.

How to get there: Sky train to Chitlom Station

Google Map

Sao Ching Cha or Giant Swing

A must visit Landmark of Bangkok, the giant swing represents the movement of the God Shiva and its usage was reserved purely for a spectacular game performed at grand ceremonies.

How to get there: Taxi or Tuk Tuk

Google Map

King Power Downtown Complex

King Power has taken the Duty Free experience to another level, by bringing a world of brands together under one roof, at King Power Downtown. Not only is King Power Downtown conveniently located, but visitors can marvel at the elements of Thai culture and architecture, both traditional and contemporary,harmoniously intermeshed into the building’s design.

How to get there: Victory Monument BTS Station Google Map

Siam Paragon

Siam Paragon is a shopping mall in Bangkok. It is one of the biggest shopping centres in Asia. It includes a wide range of specialty stores and restaurants as well as a multiplex movie theatre (consisted of 15 large size theaters with one of them having the biggest screen and seating capacity in Asia) and the Sea Life Ocean World (Underwater world) aquarium (the largest aquarium in South East Asia) and an exhibition hall and the Thai Art Gallery and also an opera concert hall.

How to get there: Sky train to Siam station Google Map

Siam Discovery

Siam Discovery is the first hybrid retail destination in Thailand. The venue gathers thousands of lifestyle brands under a single universal concept that puts customers at the centre, rather than brands.

How to get there: Sky train to Siam station Google Map

J Avenue

J Avenue, a community mall, is located on soi Thonglor 15, Wattana, Bangkok. There are a lot of shops and restaurants for the customers to visit, such as Mothercare, iStudio, Ootoya Japanese restaurant, Greyhound Café and many more.

How to get there: Walking Google Map

EM District

The latest shopping district and tourist destination in Sukhumvit area with the three world-class department stores – The Emporium, The EmQuartier, The EmSphere.With high-end and modern concept, the Em district consists of wide range of world’s luxury brands, flagship stores, trendy shops and modern gourmet featuring food and delicacies from around the world.

How to get there:Sky train to Phrom Phong station Google Map

Villa Market

If you are looking for high standards of local and imported products, Villa Market offers not only selection of world’s best products but is also a leader in organic fruits and vegetables, premium quality meats, seafood and exclusive items as well.

How to get there: Taxi or Tuk Tuk Google Map

Nihonmura Mall

The Japanese restaurant complex on Soi Thonglor 13. Established for over 10 years, it is well known among both Japanese and Thai people who love authentic Japanese food. It has become their most favourite place for dining and hanging out with friends and family

How to get there: Taxi or Tuk Tuk Google Map

Gateway Ekamai

Gateway Ekamai mall offers an alternative shopping experience as the Japanese lifestyle. Complete with shops and services such as variety of authentic Japanese restaurants, choices of international cuisines, lifestyle fashion outlets, beauty and health shops as well as an edutainment centre, a large IT zone and a 24 hour supermarket.

How to get there: Sky train to Ekamai station Google Map

Show DC

A whole new world of entertainment

Prepare to be delighted by colourful sights and vibrant experiences found nowhere else in the world.

How to get there:

Taxi or The free shuttle bus services will be managed and operate by TM SHOW Corp from selective Bangkok Downtown Hotels to SHOW DC and from SHOW DC to Suvarnabhumi or Don Muang Airport. Google Map

BITEC Bangna

A world-class venue for meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions located in the heart of Bangkok. Offering several large scale, multi-purpose event halls and comprehensive exhibition services.

How to get there: Sky train to Bangna station Google Map


Grande Centre Point Sukhumvit 55
300 Sukhumvit Soi 55 (Thonglo), Klongton Nua, Wattana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand.

Tel. +662 020 8000 Fax. +662 020 8088