Smalls Bar: Bohemian after hours vibe

Moon Bar and Vertigo: Sky-high drinking and dining

CÉ LA VI: Party in sophisticated hedonism

Sathorn 11 Art Space: Browse cutting-edge Thai art

Kia: Authentic New Zealand cuisine

MahaNakhon Tower: Bangkok’s newest, tallest skyscraper

Rocket Café: Uber chic, yet homely

Issarai: Roof-top relaxation

Don’s Footwear: Bespoke men’s footwear

Big City Bangkok: Sathorn District

by | Culture, Dining, Leisure, Nightlife

If ever there was a place where all facets of Thai life collided, it would be Sathorn; a heady mix of past, present and future with gleaming skyscrapers and traditional neighbourhoods, swanky hotels and cheap guest houses, gourmet restaurants and street stalls, temples and embassies, chic boutiques, flea markets, and a smattering of excellent rooftop bars from where to look out over the city.

Sathorn stretches from Lumpini Park south to the river and is home to many foreign embassies and corporate entities, adding kudos that has attracted many excellent restaurants, bars and hotels. Access is a dream, with wide streets for taxis, the SkyTrain running through its heart, and the river bus, all bringing shoppers, browsers, art lovers and foodies to share the energy of its galleries, temples, shops and street-food outlets that spring up around rush hour to catch the after-work crowds and get the party started.

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