Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers

4.3 (815 reviews)

2 Charoen Krung Road Soi 30 (Captain Bush Lane), Siphya, Bangrak, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand   •  Weather:    •   Local Time:     •  Phone: +66 (2) 266 0123  

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48 Hours In Bangkok: Eat, Play & Sleep

DAY 1

Eat - Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Breakfast at Feast Restaurant

Breakfast at the Royal Orchid Sheraton’s FEAST – (6:00-10:30 AM) There's something for everyone at this world cuisine dining spot with an exceptional choice of breakfast options (including something for the kids). Get an early start on your 48 hours in Bangkok and head to Feast any time from 6:00 AM.

Photo Credit: Eat Sight Story Restaurant

Lunch at Eat Sight Story - A real gem hidden down a tiny Bangkok alleyway, complete with river and temple views. Eat Sight Story serve a delicious array of classic Thai and fusion cuisine...plus a cocktail menu worth exploring.

Photo Credit: Somtum Der

Early dinner or late lunch at Somtum Der - Absorb the art of authentic Som Tum (papaya salad) in this cosy and welcoming eatery. Somtum Der has a laid back outside eating area that creates a captivating eat-like-a-local vibe as you tuck into some Tum Thai with fresh papaya, zesty lime and chili.

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Grand Palace

Exploring the many incredibly beautiful temples in Bangkok has to be done, and the Grand Palace is top of the must-see attractions. The Grand Palace has been the official residence of the Kings of Siam and Thailand since the 1700’s and is also home to the temple of the Emerald Buddha. Explore the Museum of the Emerald Buddha Temple located between the outer and middle court and get a unique taste of unmistakably royal Thai architecture.

After enjoying lunch at Eat Sight Story hop on a boat for a relaxing afternoon float over to Wat Arun. Otherwise known as the Temple Of Dawn, Wat Arun sits on the west bank of Bangkok’s main river the Chao Phraya. Wat Arun is by far one of the most resplendent temples in Bangkok and one of the most accessible and conveniently located. When the light is right the brilliantly colourful porcelain encrusted prang’s look majestic against the waterside backdrop.

Sleep - Plus After Dark

Photo Credit: Loy Nava Cruise

After Dark on a Loy Nava Cruise - Cruise the Chao Phraya on the unique-antique teakwood Tahsaneeya Nava barge. The lovingly converted teakwood barge takes its time along the river, ensuring you have ample opportunity to enjoy Bangkok’s most special landmarks from a different perspective. The Thai experience is completed with a choice of traditional Thai dishes and entertainment.

Deluxe Riverview Room

Mandara Spa

Deluxe Riverview Room

Mandara Spa

Sleep at Royal Orchid Sheraton - After a long day of exploring you deserve a good night’s sleep so you'll feel fresh and ready to take on Bangkok the next day. Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel and Towers is an elegant statement building with stunning views of the Bangkok River that promises to help you unwind after your day in the city. The hotel boasts four dining options, two exquisite resort-style outdoor pools and the transcendently tranquil Mandara Spa. The rooms offer class and comfort, and the beds alone are like heaven to sleep in with hotel service that leaves you in no way wanting.

DAY 2

Eat - Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Sunday Brunch at Feast Restaurant

Sunday Brunch at Feast Restaurant

Sunday Brunch at Feast Restaurant

Sunday Brunch at Feast Restaurant

Sunday Brunch at Feast Restaurant

Breakfast at Royal Orchid Sheraton - If your stay falls on a Sunday and you fancy a later start to the day why not try the Seafood Sunday Brunch. Inspired by its river location, Royal Orchid Sheraton serve a spectacular selection of lobster, Alaska crab legs, New Zealand Mussels, Oysters, Scallops, Salmon and King prawns as well as live cooking stations showcasing an array of beautifully cooked grilled and roasted meats.

Photo Credit: Nang Gin Kui

Photo Credit: Nang Gin Kui

Photo Credit: Nang Gin Kui

Photo Credit: Nang Gin Kui

Photo Credit: Nang Gin Kui

Lunch at Nang Gin Kui - Located in the oldest residential building in Bangkok’s Chinatown, just a short walking distance from the Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel, Nan Gin Kui promises unique dining and river views. You’ll be seated around a traditional Thai low table on soft floor cushions and served an all-inclusive Thai-fusion multi-course menu heavily influenced by the famous Thai Royal cuisine. The menu comes complete with homemade cocktails and wines from around the globe, plus some incredibly delectable desserts, tea and seasonal fruits.

China Town

China Town

Dinner at Yaowarat - Otherwise known as Bangkok’s Chinatown, Yaowarat is arguably the hub of street food in Bangkok. The movie-set atmosphere is a real selling point, with a plethora of street stalls and small restaurants lining the neon-lit streets. This hub of authentic Asian cuisine creates an incredible menu of Thai and Chinese dishes on offer. Experience Yaowarat at its best and head over in the evening when the place really comes alive, there’s even a Yaowarat Night Foodie Walk  that runs from 6:00-9:30 PM to ensure you get the most from your Yaowarat experience.

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Photo Credit: CentralWorld

CentralWorld - Beyond the culture and the cuisine, shopping in Bangkok is a must. From markets to malls and clothing to computers, Bangkok has it all. If you’re looking for an all-inclusive retail experience head to CentralWorld in Pathum Wan. Fashion, food, décor and beauty are all well represented in one of the world’s Top 10 largest shopping malls.

Photo Credit: MBK

MBK - Not far from CentralWorld in the same shopping precinct (the area is the go-to-destination for Bangkok shopping) you’ll find one of Bangkok’s most famous malls, MBK (Maboonkrong). Less pricey than some of its neighbours, but no less popular, MBK is eight floors and 2000 stores of shopping dreams.

Photo Credit: Siam Paragon

Siam Paragon - Entertainment meets high-end fashion in this glam shopping destination. From mega-movie moments at the multiplex cinema to the awe-inspiring aquarium, Siam Paragon has entertainment covered. Shopping is all about luxury brands and whatever-you-want retail inspiration.

Photo Credit: Asiatique The Riverfront

Asiatique - Very close to the Royal Orchid Sheraton hotel, this giant and iconic riverfront mall and night bazaar features an unmissable Ferris Wheel.  Part market, part mall the variety of shopping is a draw card no matter what you are hoping to buy. The experience is completed by an easy to navigate layout and a relaxed vibe.

Sleep - Plus After Dark

Riverside Grill Restaurant

After Dark at Riverside Grill - Open until the early hours, Riverside celebrates stylish alfresco dining and drinks. From 6pm to 8pm every Friday and Saturday the river views are complemented by smooth jazz from Thailand’s favourite Aht Kalayanakupt. The perfect spot to unwind at the Royal Orchid Sheraton.

Executive Riverview Suite

Sleep at Royal Orchid Sheraton  - What better end to the day than to be back in your freshly made bed of clouds and set for another day in Bangkok!

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