From Suvanarbhumi Airport (Traveling east on the Expressway):
Bangkok, the capital of Thailand and focal point of Thai culture, balances its extensive modern development with its rich cultural heritage. With the Chaophraya River running through it, the city is welcoming and exciting, housing a wealth of treasures, fascinating street life and legendary nightlife. Discover too, world-famous temples and bazaars here.
Some of Bangkok's most popular attractions include the Royal Palace complex, with its gleaming golden spires, and a wealth of historic sites including the ancient Buddhist temples of Wat Arun, Wat Pho and Wat Phra Kaeo. Wat Pho, the largest temple in Bangkok, houses the impressive, 46-metre long, gold Reclining Buddha.
Dedicated to the preservation of traditional Thai massage, Bangkok is just the place to enjoy an authentic relaxing massage. Any visit to Bangkok should include a boat trip down the Chaophraya River to visit the Floating Market, or the Royal Barge Museum. Other Bangkok attractions include the National Museum, Jim Thompson's House and Vimanmek Mansion Museum.
This shopper's paradise, with its rich assortment of markets and malls, is also easy to get around by Skytrain. Only six stops by Skytrain from Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Bangkok is the brand new 'Siam Paragon Shopping Complex', a gigantic mall containing many global fashion brands, an entertainment complex and Siam Ocean World - the largest aquarium in South East Asia. Sukhumvit Road and the stalls of Chatuchak Weekend Market are easily accessed via either the Skytrain or Subway, with stations a mere minutes away from Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Bangkok. Robinsons Department Store is next door and Jim Thompson's Silks and the world-famous night markets are only a short stroll away.
Recreation in Bangkok is fascinatingly varied, from spectator sports like Thai boxing and horse racing, to Bangkok's remarkable choice of golf courses and, of course, the world-famous nightlife. Close to Pan Pacific Bangkok you will find the Royal Bangkok Sport Club racecourse and the Lumphini Boxing Stadium. Bangkok golf clubs, easily accessible from the hotel, include the exclusive Thai Country Club, Thana City, the difficult course designed by Greg Norman, and Pete Dye's beautiful Suphapruek Country Club.
The Grand Palace
Marvel at Bangkok's major attraction and the former royal residence, just West of Pan Pacific Bangkok, in the Riverside district.
Wat Phra Kaeo
This beautiful temple resides within the Grand Palace and is home to the famed Emerald Buddha.
Suan-Lum Night Bazaar
Enjoy the fun, lights and activity of one of the most popular night markets in Bangkok.
Also known as Temple of the Dawn, this landmark is probably the best-known image of Bangkok. Check out its huge 85-metre tower, made from small shards of porcelain.
If you are after retail therapy, you will find all types of shopping here, from upmarket antiques to knock-off designer clothes.
This bustling waterway serves as a lifeline to Bangkok. Take a scenic ride on a long-tailed boat if you want a memorable holiday experience.
You can spend hours here enjoying the enormous collection of beautiful Thai art and archaeology.
Bangkok Planetarium and Scientific Museum
If you are fascinated by space, a tour here provides a fun-filled education on astronomy and the various branches of planetary science. You can view unique solar system shows every day.
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Shopping & Business Hours
Shopping 10.00 am - 09.00 pm
Business 08.30 am - 05.00 pm
7% value added tax
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