Planning a short trip to Bangkok? Here's a suggested 3-day itinerary of what to do, what to see, where to shop, eat and stay, so you get the best out of your trip over.
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The 1823 Tea Lounge by Ronnefeldt at Gaysorn Village in Bangkok is the world's one-and-only teahouse by Ronnefeldt. Apart from their wide selections of Ronnefeldt's premium teas, many of their delicious dishes also incorporate tea leaves that add to the depths of the tastes, making their recipes particularly unique and very interesting.
Exotic, glamorous and steeped in the romance of Art Nouveau, The Loft is a New York inspired bar built on the legacy of the Waldorf Bar and signature drinks derived from the Old Waldorf Astoria Bar Book. One of them is the Waldorf Claret Cup - the signature adapted from a century-old punch. This blog shows you all the details.
Tucked away in the wholesale Bo-Be Market Saphan 4 near Klong Phadung Krung Kasem of Bangkok is this 80-year-old fishball noodle kiosk where people queue up patiently and quietly for a bowl of really delicious old-school slurp. And you may need some protocols to order and enjoy, too. :D
The best place to savour Bangkok's famous street food is at the Chinatown or Yaowarat. Here's a guide to eat in Bangkok Chinatown night and day.
Elements at the Okura Prestige Bangkok is a two-time Michelin Star receiver with its unique gourmet menu infusing Japanese ingredients with French fine culinary techniques.