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Explore Sukhumvit attractions aboard a tuktuk

Strategically located along Sukhumvit Soi 13, Radisson Suites Bangkok Sukhumvit offers proximity to the area’s best things to do, from businesses and shopping districts to national landmarks and entertainment venues. Ask our friendly front desk staff for a complimentary tuktuk ride to nearby locations, or drive to MBK Center for a day of shopping. Less than three kilometres away, Queen Sirikit National Convention Center plays host to the region’s biggest festivals and conferences. Our complimentary tuktuk service can also transport you to the Nana BTS skytrain or the MRT subway station for access to attractions throughout the area.

Shopping:

  • Sukhumvit Road (0.4 km)
    Known for its traditional street vendors, high-end shopping malls and live entertainment, this famous road is a must-see destination.
  • Siam Paragon (3 km)
    A shining example of international retail, Siam Paragon is renowned for its selection of high-end brands. After you’ve made your purchases, take advantage of the bowling alley, food hall, aquarium and cinema.
  • MBK Center (3.7 km)
    With more than 2,000 stores and restaurants, including a four-storey department store, this eight-floor shopping supercentre has retail outlets for every occasion.

Museums and parks:

  • Lumphini Park (3.6 km)
    Covering more than 140 acres, this verdant park offers a welcome respite from the bustle of Bangkok, with an artificial lake for renting boats and plenty of bird-watching opportunities.
  • The Jim Thompson House (9.3 km)
    Jim Thompson was an American silk trader and Asian art lover whose impressive collections were transformed into a museum after he mysteriously disappeared in 1967.

Nightlife and entertainment:

  • Sukhumvit Soi 11 (0.1 km)
    This area is famous for its wide selection of bars, restaurants, entertainment venues, and nightclubs.

Shrines and temples:

  • Erawan Shrine (3.3 km)
    This gilded shrine honours Than Tao Mahaprom, or Brahma, the four-faced god that represents kindness, mercy, sympathy and impartiality in Hinduism.
  • Wat Phra Kaew (9 km)
    Adjacent to Bangkok’s Grand Palace, this gold-decorated temple attracts tourists and devout Buddhists from around the world who wish to see the famous Emerald Buddha statue.
  • Wat Pho (9.2 km)
    In addition to housing the incredible Reclining Buddha for which the temple is famous, Wat Pho is also home to Thailand’s largest collection of Buddha images and is a leading Thai massage school.

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