This busy, brilliant city is packed with compelling contradictions Modern mega-malls, traditional temples and frenetic markets collide in Thailand’s exciting capital – the only constant is an undercurrent of energy pulsing night and day. And whether you’r
The Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park is an oasis in a city whose forte is sensory overload. Recover in the 27th floor M Club Lounge sipping complimentary 12-year-old Chivas before heading out to play. It’s located in the downtown district, so vibrant shopping and nightlife are a hop away. From $165 a night.to g book, , visit marriott.com.au.
Who doesn’t love street food? Jay Fai is just one of three spots in the world to win a Michelin star for serving it. Fai’s famous poo phad pong kari, a rich crab curry, will set you back $40 – more than the average price for street food, but worth every tasty penny.
Wandering markets doesn’t cost a baht (although there’s plenty to spend on if the mood strikes). Visit the colourful Chatuchak Market, picturesque twinkling lights of Talad Neon Night Market or the photogenic, lesser-known Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market.