|Ascott Sathorn Bangkok
Boasting 177 luxurious serviced residences ranging from studio, one, two and three-bedroom units, Ascott Bangkok Sathorn provides all the comforts of a private home. Each residence offers a spacious and comfortable living and dining area, a fully-equipped kitchen, and bedrooms furnished with plush fittings. To cater to the comfort and needs of business travellers, all residences are equipped with ultra modern conveniences such as wireless LAN access throughout the building.
The services and facilities of hotel are designed to meet your individual needs whether on business travel, project assignment, leisure vacation or relocation.
Located on Na Phra Lan Road near Pramane Ground, the Grand Palace consists of several buildings with highly decorated architectural details. The palace began in 1782 and has been a popular attraction in Bangkok. The Royal Chapel, Wat Phra Kaeo, houses the Emerald Buddha, the most sacred Buddha image in Thailand. Proper attire is required to enter the Grand Palace.
One of the largest and busiest shopping districts in Bangkok, it consists of several large departments stores, shopping arcades, cinema theatres, and other smaller shops. Tourists can satisfy all their shopping needs at one go in Siam-Ratchadamri.
The National Museum:
Within walking distance of the Grand Palace, The National Museum is one of the largest and comprehensive museums in Southeast Asia that began at 1782. Over a thousand artefacts ranging from Neolithic times to the present Bangkok period can be found in The National Museum. The National Museum also houses several exquisite buildings of Thai architectural design.
One of the Bangkok's oldest and largest temples, Wat Pho is located right next to the Grand Palace on the South side. Built by King Rama I nearly 200 years ago, it houses the gigantic gold-plated Reclining Buddha which measures 46 metres in length and 15 metres in height!
Weekend Market at Chatuchak Park:
Known as Suan Chatuchak, the market is open only on Saturdays and Sundays. Located opposite the Northern Bus Station on Phahonyothin Road, people buy and sell items ranging from exotic fresh fruits, vegetables, handicrafts, dress materials, clothing, shoes and the necessities.
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