Things to do in Bangkok, Thailand include exploring with bustling markets, hidden temples and golden palaces. Wander the city and explore, then return to poolside pleasures.
Pilgrimage to Bangkok's most sacred temples, including the three most famous along the Chao Phraya River - the Temple of the Emerald Buddha at the Grand Palace, Wat Pho with its massive reclining Buddha, and Wat Arun, otherwise known as the Temple of Dawn.
Floating Market Tour
Floating markets provide a glimpse into traditional communities of old. Explore the city's Taling Chan, Bang Ku Wiang or Tha Kha, or head just outside to Damnoen Saduak Market.
Glide along the Chao Phraya River in a traditional longtail boat. For a more luxurious affair, book an Anantara dining cruise. Enjoy delectable cuisine as you pass by some of Bangkok’s most famous landmarks such as the Grand Palace and the Temple of Dawn.
Hire a bicycle in Lumpini Park, located just a short distance from the hotel, and cycle around 2.5 km of pathway. Alternatively, head out to Bang Kra Jao, known as Bangkok’s Green Lung. This hidden gem has its own national park and floating weekend market.
One of the largest museums in Southeast Asia is housed in an 18th century palace near the Grand Palace. Explore Thai history and culture through ancient artefacts and artworks.
Cultural Show at Siam Niramit
Siam Niramit is a fantastical take on Thai history and mythology. Over a hundred performers in dazzling costumes take to an elaborate stage complete with high-tech special effects.
Muay Thai, or Thai kickboxing, is the national sport of Thailand. This martial art is now practised by hundreds of thousands of people globally. Experience a live fight at Rajadamnern Stadium, Lumpinee Boxing Stadium or Muay Thai Live at Asiatique.
Patpong Night Bazaar
Experience the bustle and energy of Bangkok's most infamous market. Pick up a souvenir for friends back home. Sample fragrant street foods, from barbecued meats and seafood to fresh fruit and even insects.
Pad Thai at Thip Samai
Sample Bangkok’s best pad Thai at this locally revered street restaurant. Rice noodles are cooked above roaring flames in an oversized wok. Fresh shrimp and other essential ingredients are then added, and served up wrapped in a omelette.
As you work out in the gym or indulge in a relaxing spa treatment, your little ones can be having a fantastic time at the Kids' Club. The hotel’s fun and colourful facilities offer a stimulating and educational experience.
Child minding services are also available upon request.