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23/2-3 Sukhumvit 13, Sukhumvit Road
Klongtoey Nua, Wattana
Bangkok  10110  Thailand
LAT: 13.743804 LONG: 100.55773
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Explore Sukhumvit Attractions Aboard a Tuk-tuk

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

Our hotel is conveniently located near:

  • Sukhumvit Road (0.4 km)
    This famous road is known for its traditional street vendors, high-end shopping malls and live entertainment, this 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. While you shop, take advantage of the bowling alley, food hall, aquarium and cinema.
  • Erawan Shrine (3.3 km)
    This gilded gold shrine honours Than Tao Mahaprom, or Brahma, the four-faced god that represents kindness, mercy, sympathy and impartiality in Hinduism.
  • MBK Center (3.7 km)
    More than 2,000 stores and restaurants, including a four-story department store, occupy the eight floors of this shopping supercentre.
  • 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 the late ‘60s.
  • Wat Phra Kaew (12.3 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.

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