Alms Giving Ceremony by The River
Venue : Grand Sala (next to the pier)
Every Friday: 8:30 am
The Sound of Thainess
Venue: Hotel Upper Lobby
Daily live performance: 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm
For many Thai people, the melodic sounds of khim epitomise Thainess. Also known as Thai dulcimer, this traditional string musical instrument is played with two flexible bamboo sticks by both solo and ensemble performers. Beloved by Thailand’s musicians, composers and the public, khim’s bright and expressive sound resonates with a wide audience.
Muay Thai Kickboxing
Learn the art of eight limbs amidst our tranquil gardens. A professional instructor leads you through the techniques in an hour-long training session that strengthens the mind and body.
Immerse yourself in Thai culinary pleasures, learning to make your favourite dishes in a step-by-step class.
Klong Guru Tours
Navigate the city waterways with our Klong Guru. Explore in a traditional longtail boat and discover markets, handicraft villages and more.
Enjoy exquisite Thai dining as you float down the River of Kings on a restored rice barge. Admire temples and palaces at sunrise or sunset aboard the Manohra.
Complimentary Shuttle Boat
Explore more of this fascinating city with our regular shuttle service, running from 8.00 am – 11.00 pm. Our restored rice barge shuttle boat is manned at all times by attentive staff members. Cruise along the Chao Phraya for 15 minutes to reach the BTS skytrain station at Saphan Taksin.
Tai Chi Masterclass
Yoga For Everyone
The Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew
The Grand Palace comprises a number of glittering temples and palace edifices, showcasing traditional Thai style and home to successive kings. Wat Phra Kaew is the royal chapel and houses the famous Emerald Buddha.
Nearly 200 years old, this temple is one of the oldest and largest in Bangkok. Inside, visitors can find the famed Reclining Buddha.
Located on the west bank of the Chao Phraya, the Temple of Dawn reflects the first light of day from the inlay of shells and porcelain. An iconic symbol of Bangkok, it also shines in the evening light with picturesque views at sunset.
ASIATIQUE The Riverfront
Located just across the river, this complex opens at 5.00 pm and boasts a 300-metre riverfront promenade, as well as over 1,500 boutiques and diverse entertainment including a traditional Thai puppet show.
The National Museum
The National Museum is located close to the Grand Palace, and its collections include over one thousand artefacts from Southeast Asia from Neolithic times to the present. Occupying the site of a former palace, the architecture is also remarkable.
Jim Thompson House
An American entrepreneur who revived the Thai silk industry, Jim Thompson spent over 25 years in Thailand. His house is now a museum displaying his personal collection of artefacts, antiques and teak stilt houses.
Chatuchak Weekend Market
A veritable treasure trove of goods, Chatuchak, or JJ as it is affectionately known, is one of the largest markets in the world. Shop local products from handicrafts and antiques to modern art and trendy clothing.
Swimming Pool and Jacuzzi
Swim a few laps or simply float in one of the largest pools in Bangkok. Take a soak in the picturesque Jacuzzi to while away a relaxing hour.
Get down to the fitness club for daily classes and a diverse range of muscle training equipment. Hop on the treadmill to increase your step count or raise your heart rate on our cardiovascular equipment.
Newly resurfaced, our tennis courts are available for use all day, and gentle breezes drift off the Chao Phraya River.