“The traffic, the markets, the street hawkers, the grime; the food carts, the temples, the madness, the crime… it’s what makes this iconic South-East Asian capital buzz. It’s what you think of when you hear the word ‘Bangkok’. But way above the steam and noise of Bangkok’s sprawling, festering street life, serenity can be found. Hidden nests atop the great towering buildings of KrungThep. That’s what the locals call it: The City of Angels.”
Today Asian Interior Design shows you some of the Top Bangkok’s rooftop bars and restaurants that you can’t miss. These are a must-go places where you really feel like you’re in heaven.
Enjoy the view!
Welcome to Banyan Tree Bangkok, in a city that will fire your imagination. The capital of the land of smiles is an eclectic mix of exotic cuisine, stunning temples, river life and of course, its renowned shopping.
In the sprawling metropolis that is Bangkok, Banyan Tree offers a sanctuary for the senses with unparalleled panoramic cityscapes, elegantly decorated guest rooms, renowned service and the Banyan Tree Club lounge, along with integrated spa facilities.
Banyan Tree is the most unbelievable place. Split into Vertigo Restaurant and Grill, and the Moon Bar, everything about this bar is beautiful: the design, views, the drinks… sitting having a drink and a snack here, you really feel like a star.
61st floor – Banyan Tree Hotel & Resort 21/100 South Sathon Road Thailand
Tel: +66 (0) 2 679 1200
Red Sky is a relaxed urban bistro on the rooftop, where creative cuisine and stunning vistas combine to offer a memorable dining experience.
Whether dining in air-conditioned comfort indoors, or in the dramatic outdoor setting, you will delight in Chef Hugo Coudurier’s seasonal menus that ensure an enchanting experience for any diner longing for new flavours to be had along with fine wine from the extensive wine cellar. Chef’s signature dishes include a truffle-infused Wagyu Beef Tenderloin Rossini and a new take on Surf & Turf dining featuring the freshest locally sourced seafood and prime imported steaks.
55th floor – Centara Grand Hotel at CentralWorld 999/99 Rama 1 Road Bangkok Thailand
Tel: +66 (0) 2100 1234
This glittering post-modern multi-hued island bar, whose color changes every 90 seconds from emerald to ocean blue and lilac to tangerine, attracted mixologist Ron Ramirez who, following stints at top hotels and resorts in Dubai and the Maldives, was on a mission to elevate Bangkok’s cocktail culture.
His latest innovation in ‘culinary mixology’ takes three forms – Mist, Dust and Icicle – each designed to enhance the senses. He also serves numerous Hangovertinis nightly, a cocktail created for the cast of The Hangover Part II while they were filming at lebua that has gone on to become Thailand’s signature drink.
Suspended on a precipice over the city 820 feet in the air, Sky Bar is the highest bar of its kind in the world. It is also situated just steps from the award-winning Sirocco restaurant, positioning you perfectly for extraordinary pre- and post-dinner cocktails and an unforgettable evening under the stars.
Sky Bar has received worldwide recognition and numerous awards.
63rd floor – Lebua Hotel & Resort 1055 Silom Road Bangkok, Thailand
Tel: +66 (0) 2624-9555
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