Explore a cosmopolitan city where east meets west
Explore a cosmopolitan city where east meets west in a captivating mix of culture, shopping and dining. Whether it is spending the day down the street markets, or exploring the secret cultural nooks of Bangkok, you can do all that with ease from here.
Situated steps away from Bangkok’s business district hotspot, renowned hospitals, international schools and shopping with a local vibe.
Shrewsbury International School Bangkok City Campus is a purpose-built international day school for boys and girls aged from 3-11 years old. They have excellent facilities and a supportive teaching approach which is designed specifically for primary aged children, thereby establishing the foundations for successful learning and ensuring that their graduates are fully prepared for Senior School.
Piyavate International Hospital is a publicly-owned hospital and wellness care services facility. Piyavate opened in early 1993, and today has 350 beds and offers a variety of specialized medical treatments and services. The Piyavate healthcare mission is to be a world leader in its primary areas of medical expertise, such as cardiac care, and they provide high quality medical care at an affordable price.
Bangkok Hospital was established in 1972 as one of the first private hospitals in Thailand. Over the past 46 years they have expanded their operations to become a tertiary care facility with dedicated hospitals for cancer and cardiology. They offer a full complement of diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation services, with specialists in all major fields of healthcare.
Praram 9 Hospital was originally established by a group of professional and specialized physicians from all medical spheres. The hospital was constructed with the objective of providing a wide range of reliable medical services of the highest quality standards. Today, there are more than 300 professional physicians offering a comprehensive range of specialized medical care.
Royal City Avenue, known as RCA, is at the heart of Bangkok's nightclub scene. It's an officially designated nightlife district with club nights every day of the week. There are lots of choices for clubbers in RCA, with international DJs and live concerts at mega clubs through to more intimate venues. The vibe is young and happy, the atmosphere relaxed, and with lots of security you are very safe as you party all night.
Central Plaza Grand Rama 9 is a large shopping mall in Bangkok’s Ratchadaphisek district. The 12-storey plaza has around 300 shops, together with restaurants, cafés, a cinema, an ice-skating rink and several major tenants, including Robinson department store. You can find anything here, from clothes, fashion accessories, beauty salons and day spas to electronics, music, books and everything in between.
Phra Ram 9 MRT Station is a subway station on the Blue Line of the MRT, the underground rapid transit system serving the centre of Bangkok. Known by locals as Rama IX Station, it is located underground on Ratchadaphisek Road, next to the intersection with Rama IX Road, and provides easy access to the whole of Bangkok.
The Ninth Towers Grand Rama 9 are two office towers encompassing a 36-storey tower and a 34-storey tower with a 3-storey retail atrium. The property is located near the Ratchada-Rama 9 junction with access to Rama 9 MRT, the airport rail link and expressway. The properties are surrounded by a range of facilities including a food court, restaurants and convenience stores plus The Shoppes Grand Rama 9, an arcade with a garden-style atmosphere and a broad range of shops and restaurants.
The Thailand Cultural Centre is the main centre of Thai cultural preservation in Bangkok. Founded in 1983, exhibitions and performances such as concerts, theatrical shows etc. are held here. The TCC is run by the Department of Cultural Promotion and plays an important role in cultural and education support. In addition, there is also the Thai Museum, which is located on the 2nd floor of the Exhibition and Learning Building and features exhibits about Thai culture on topics such as the origin of Thailand, the rice culture of Thailand, language and Thai literature.
The Street Ratchada Mall is a 24-hour lifestyle development. It has countless stalls selling goods from fashion to homewares, along with anchor stores from well-known Thai brands, as well as many dining options spread over 4 floors, with franchise restaurants on the ground floor operating 24 hours a day.
In front of the mall, you'll also find lots of bars selling great-value beer, and the 2nd floor of the mall has a 24-hour fitness centre. Also, up on the 3rd floor is Let's Relax Spa, where you can enjoy Thai massages at affordable prices.
Wat Praram Kao Kanchanapisek is a typical Buddhist temple. It was built in 1995 and became a royal monastery-third class in 1999. His majesty King Bhumibol the Great established the temple as a Buddhist place for monks to gather and hold ceremonies and his wish was that this temple would unite all Thai people, and allow them to do activities together.
Art in Paradise Bangkok can be found at the Esplanade Shopping Mall and offers fabulous photo opportunities for all through surrealistic and 3D paintings. Also called the Trickeye Museum or 3D Museum Bangkok, it’s popular with families, couples and groups looking to spend a few hours having some fun, especially when the weather outside is not so good.
The Stock Exchange of Thailand, or SET, is the major and only stock exchange in Thailand. SET is ASEAN’s second largest stock exchange by market capitalization. The Exchange serves as a centre for the trading of listed securities, a system provider for facilitating securities trading, business undertaking or clearing house, securities depository, securities registrar, and other similar activities, as well as any other business approved by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
If you are looking for a fun activity for all the family in Bangkok, make sure you include a visit to EasyKart BANGKOK (RCA), one of the largest indoor go karting tracks in Asia. Located in Royal City Avenue (RCA), you certainly won’t be disappointed. For those seeking a family adventure, or those looking for activities that the kids will love, it’s all here.
Ganesha is the Hindu god of success, wisdom, wealth and is the most respected god in Thailand. The Ganesha shrine is located at the Huay Kwang Intersection and is in a standing posture offering blessings with a single tusk and four arms holding a gada, a cakra, a vajra and an elephant hock, a noose and a sweet called modaka. This shrine’s is known as the most sacred and holy Ganesha shrine in Thailand and people come and worship 24 hours a day.