-Drink prices range from mid- 300 baht upward to 600ish baht . (e.g. Jameson on the rocks will cost you around 470 baht ). Price is acceptable considering you pay for the environment. -No pictures around the rooftop except for the bar!
Dress Code at the Sky Bar in Bangkok On the website it says “No slippers, beach sandals or flip-flops”. The site also says the dress code is “smart casual”.
Sukhumvit is arguably the best area to stay in Bangkok for nightlife and has it all when it comes to dining and clubbing ! Much of the action centers around the street Soi 11, Bangkok’s famous party street, a favorite with both ex-pats and visitors with its extensive selections of restaurants, clubs , and bars.
8 Things to Avoid in Thailand (and What to Do Instead) Places for backpackers to stay. Avoid : Khao San Road. Taking taxis. Avoid : Bargaining a flat rate with a taxi driver. Thai entertainment. Avoid : Ping Pong Shows. What to do in Pattaya. Avoid : Seedy areas of Pattaya. Shopping the markets. What to do in Phuket. Elephant tourist attractions. Tours and sightseeing.
What to Wear : Everyday Outfits DO : Short skirts and shorts are ok to wear . DON’T : Although short skirts and shorts are totally acceptable to wear , you shouldn’t be able to see your butt cheeks! DON’T : Wearing a spaghetti strap shirt and/or going barefoot are not appropriate choices.
You don’t need to spend a lot of money in Thailand . If you’re backpacking Thailand , plan to budget between 825–1150 BHT ($25–35 USD) per day .
The Hangover Part II, Features Scenes Filmed at Bangkok’s lebua Hotels. The Hangover Part II, an American comedy and the follow-up to the blockbuster movie, The Hangover, which made US$450 million at the box office, has been filmed extensively at lebua , the all-suite Luxurious Hotel in Bangkok .
The basic rule is to cover your shoulders and knees (both sexes), and ideally you’d cover your ankles too. On the bottom, wear longer shorts, capris, pants/trousers or a knee-length-or-longer skirt. On top, choose any shirt that fully covers your shoulders. A T-shirt, blouse or polo is fine, while a tank top is not.
Bangkok’s most prominent Red Light Districts include Soi Cowboy, Nana Plaza, Patpong, and Soi Twilight – all adjacent to one another in the centre of the city.
Chill by the River at Riva floating cafe. Drive to the nearest beach to bangkok , Bang Saen Beach. Chill at a japanese restaurant, KENSHIN ISAKAYA. Sit around and relax at TRAIN PARK. Chill in the city center at LUMPINI PARK. SO HENG TAI, a relaxing olden chinese mansion. LANLOM UDOMSUK, a nice and chilling night bar.
Khao San Road , the backpacker haven in Thailand’s sprawling metropolis Bangkok, has long been one of the places to go if you’re in the area and you’re looking to party. But rather than being the be-all and end-all of the party scene in this vibrant city, it’s just one of many fun places to drink and dance here.
The tap water in Thailand is safe for showering & brushing teeth .
1. Re: Is it safe to walk around Bangkok at night ? Yes safe .
Contrary to popular belief, though, street food in Thailand (and many other countries) is no riskier than restaurants . When you eat on the street , you’re more likely to be served fresh food and to get to see it being prepared, both of which go a long way toward keeping you healthy.