Holidays to Ko Phangan
Just one of the 50 districts of Bangkok, central Sathorn nevertheless has plenty to offer over its neighbours. It's incredibly populous, and busy day and night – however good transport links mean it's easy to escape the throngs. It's also home to several historic temples, including the Wat Yan Nawa which is based upon a Chinese junk ship. Plenty of sights then, and plenty to do.
A resort town a few hours away offering white beaches Its luxury hotels regularly host members of the royal family.
This small island boasts spectacular beaches such as Hat Sai Kaew and Ao Thian. It tends to avoid the rains, too.
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
A contemporary arts centre in Pathum Wan district, featuring art, music, theatre, film, design and cultural events.
Bangkok Seashell Museum
With 3 floors of exhibits, the scale of this Sathorn museum dedicated entirely to shells is rather impressive.
This glorious park is just north of Sathorn, and is an absolute must for any visitors missing fresh air and relaxation.
The local night markets offer an excellent authentic flavour of bustling Bangkok. Highly recommended.
Some excellent quality restaurants in the hotels here, as well as cheaper budget eateries further down the road.
Very high quality restaurants here, offering cuisines from around the world. Particularly nice French establishments.
Vertigo at Banyan Tree
Located on Sathorn Road, this immense skyscraper hotel offers the best views of Bangkok. The drinks are good too.
Ce La Vi
One of the most popular clubs in Bangkok, this venue promises an unforgettable night with beautiful people.
57 Unusual Beach Activities Around the World
If there’s one thing that epitomises summer holidays, it’s time on the beach. There’s truly nothing like the holy trinity of sun, sea and sand to really unleash the holiday…
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