Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers


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Creative District Bangkok: Eat, See, Do | Royal Orchid Sheraton

Creative District: Things to See, Eat & Do in Bangkok's Trendiest New District

From hidden historical gems to modern classical interpretations, and from art spaces encouraging new perspectives to restaurants serving haute cuisine and hunger-sating street-food, Bangkok’s Creative District is a place to inspire and be inspired... Read More

Everything you need to know about the Thai Culture

Whether you’re in Bangkok for business or leisure, familiarity with cultural-considerations and Thai-traditions will help you understand the unfamiliar and avoid accidental offense. Why shouldn't you touch someone’s head? What's so wrong with pointing? What should you wear to visit a temple? Take a look at our introduction of what to do and what not to when it comes to Thai culture... Read more

Sol Heng Tai Mansion

1-Hour Gem

Explore the city’s inspiring local gems, all within an hour from the hotel. We’ve curated an intimate excursion into the sights, sounds and tastes of your destination, from local-led adventures, to immersive cultural bustle, so you can make the most of your trip..... Read More

Celebrate your Honeymoon in Bangkok

Pampering, privacy and breakfast in bed are the perfect ingredients for the perfect honeymoon. Plan a honeymoon with indulgent spa treatments, delicious dining and plenty of alone time for the antidote to wedding planning and wedding day stress and to set the mood for your new life together... Read More

Thara Thong Brings the Magic of Thai Culture Right Up to Your Table - Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers

Thara Thong Brings the Magic of Thai Culture Right Up to Your Table

The Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel’s signature Thara Thong restaurant is one of those places that will leave a lasting impression every time. Enjoying a superb location right on the bank of the Chao Phraya River .... Read More

Loy Krathong by Bangkok riverside

Celebrate Loy Krathong in Bangkok like a Local

This year on November 22nd, at the end of the rainy season, watch the spectacular light display of one of the most picturesque festivals; Loy Krathong... Read More

Traditional Thai Food

Must Try Traditional Thai Food

Traditional Thai cuisine is among the most coveted of international cuisines. It's a celebration and profusion of fresh exotic flavours and fragrances that is seemingly inexhaustible. But with such culinary diversity you need to know what’s really worth getting your teeth into ... Read More

Business Meeting in Bangkok Thailand

5 Keys To Running A Successful Business Meeting in Bangkok

A successful meeting starts with choosing the right location. Make sure you choose a location that is convenient to find and get to, whether your attendees are arriving by plane, train or car. Remember, happy attendees are productive attendees – so choose a location that doesn’t require hours of sitting in traffic...Read More

48 Hours itinerary in Bangkok

48 Hours In Bangkok: Eat, Play & Sleep

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)... Read More


Songkran in Bangkok Thailand

How to survive Songkran 2018

With Christmas and New Year celebrations out of the way and we head into 2018, the country looks towards its next big festival, which happens to be the biggest and most fun of them all: Songkran!...Read More

5 Lucky Foods for Chinese New Year

5 Lucky Foods for Chinese New Year

These mirror the round shape of coins and represent prosperity and a high status. Any round fruit is fine, but citrus are preferred, like tangerines and Pomelo (grapefruit)...Read More

The Ultimate Top 10 Must-Do Guide for Bangkok

The Ultimate Top 10 Must-Do Guide for Bangkok

When it comes to exciting things to do and places to see on holiday, Bangkok is a tourists’ paradise. Whether you are visiting for a few days, a week or even making the most of your full 30-days visa on arrival and are spending a month in the Thai capital, you still probably won’t have enough time to see all of the city’s top attractions...Read More

An Urban Adventure: Getting around Bangkok!

An Urban Adventure: Getting around Bangkok!

When it’s time to think about getting around Bangkok, the glass is either half-full or half-empty. Pessimists will complain about the traffic and the limited train network - and yes, they have a point. But let’s look on the bright side: traveling around Bangkok, especially for the first-time visitor, can actually be a fun, eye-opening experience. Just think of it as an adventure, not a commute!... Read More

Eat like locals (Part 2)- Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Tower Bangkok

Eat Like Locals: A Guide to Street Food in Talad Noi (Part 2)

As we discovered in Part 1 of our ‘Eat Like Locals’ guide, the options to eat around Bangkok’s Talad Noi area are as delicious as they are diverse. The neighborhood, and wider Bang Rak district, is famous for being home to generations-old families of Chinese migrants who settled in the city throughout the 19th century. This means an abundance of Thai-Chinese dishes for both tourists and locals to enjoy, from street-side noodle vendors to sweet treats and savory snacks... Read More

Street Art Walking Tour - Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Tower Bangkok

Street Art Walking Tour: Discover the True Colors of Bang Rak

Think of Bangkok as just a gray, concrete jungle? Head over to the historic Bang Rak neighborhood and maybe you’ll think again. Located around the famous Charoen Krung Road and close to the Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers, the area has been given a colorful makeover with the BUKRUK Urban Arts Festival earlier this year. This 10-day event saw some of the world’s most talented street artists converge on the city, with numerous building blocks, old houses and walls around the area being transformed into vibrant masterpieces, creating a superb new attraction in Bangkok... Read More

Eat like locals - Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Tower Bangkok

Eat Like Locals: A Guide to Street Food in Talad Noi (Part 1)

Bangkok is famous around the world for many things: its historical temples, hectic streets, the maze of canals, sprawling markets, towering skyscrapers, eclectic nightlife, smiling people and, of course, its street food. Here you’ll find a rich array of flavors, with ingredients and recipes from across Thailand - and Asia - all found in one kind of version throughout the city... Read More


The Knack Market - Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Tower Bangkok

End Your Month in Style: The Knack Market at Klong San

One of the biggest trends in terms of new attractions to hit Bangkok in recent years is the phenomena of pop-up flea markets. Luckily, one of the best—The Knack Market—is located conveniently across the Chao Phraya River opposite the Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers... Read More

Bangkok’s Vegetarian Festival - Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Tower Bangkok

Bangkok’s Vegetarian Festival is the Perfect Excuse to Visit Talad Noi

If you’re in Bangkok at the start of October, a visit to the city’s vibrant China Town is a must. Yaowarat Road – an all-year-round popular tourist attraction in Bangkok – is where most of the action takes place. The street is decked out in bright yellow flags (a symbol for vegetarian food) and welcomes noisy parades, hundreds of street food stalls and thousands of hungry visitors... Read More

Klongsan Plaza - Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Tower Bangkok

What Lies on the ‘Other’ Side of the Chao Phraya - Klongsan Plaza

The majority of visitors who make the short two-minute crossing to the western banks of the Chao Phraya River are normally in search of just one thing: The spectacular Wat Arun temple, one of the city’s most famous landmarks... Read More

Talad Noi - Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Tower Bangkok

Talad Noi: A guide to one of Bangkok’s oldest surviving neighborhoods

The pace of development in Bangkok can often be overwhelming. Leave the city behind for a few months and by the time you’re back the chances are there will be a new mall, high-rise condo or parking lot in place of whatever was there before...... Read More

Riverside Worship - Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Tower Bangkok

Riverside Worship: A Guide to Talad Noi’s Holy Rosary Church

We walk you through visiting a great alternative to Bangkok’s many Buddhist temples: The beautiful Holy Rosary Church, located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River in the peaceful Talad Noi area... Read More