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ICONSIAM is located along the Chaophaya river on a 55 rai riverside with a 400 meter located river frontage and a gross floor area of over 750,000 square meters. ICONSIAM has become the true global landmark for people across the glob. It is a place where all great things from all corners of the world are on full display. ICONSIAM  offers a wide variety of products for shoppers of every gender and age group. Many of the world’s ultra luxury brands have located their flagship stores which is situates next to the river and has the longest pillarless glass façade in the world. More than 7,000 leading brands and Thailand have their presence here, many for the first time and with new concept and special products exclusively at ICONSIAM.  In ICONSIAM it’s great to shop around and one can eat and drink here exceptionally as well. This can be at the replica of floating market, a good food court or at some of hundred superb food and drink outlets. ICONSIAM is only 6.2 KM from the Mandarin Hotel.

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Recommended in many “Top things to do in Bangkok” lists, Train Night market offers all manner of goods from inexpensive street fashions to electronics, home décor items. The market also famous for its retro and antique items plus plenty more besides. The market features every kind of Thai food from stir-fries, curries, seafood to northern papaya salad and many others   Train Night Market is relatively cheap and divided into three large zones food, shopping and bars, the perfect place for a good night out. Getting there by MRT get off at Thailand Cultural station.


Chatuchak was reached a landmark status as a must-visit place for tourists. The market has over 10,000 shops, stalls plus cafes and restaurants, offering a wide range of products from food, Thai handicrafts, clothing, arts, souvenirs, spa products, ceramics, home decoration and others. The market is only 8 km from Mandarin Hotel. The easiest way to get there is by taking MRT to Kampaeng Phet station.


Asiatique The Riverfront, a very large shopping complex by the Chao Phaya River, is another place to visit. With over 1,500 shops consisting of restaurants, food stalls,  gift shops, clothing stores, bar and entertainment sector, a theatre and a giant Ferris wheel. Asiatique is considered  the biggest riverside shopping complex in Asia. If you are looking for special gifts to take back home this is a place to go. Asiatique is about 6.5 km from the Mandarin Hotel.


Erawan Shrine is a sacred place, a popular worship attraction.  Tourists, especially the Chinese make Erawan Shrine as a must destination of their itinerary. At this place one can witness crowd of tourists making wishes, offering and praying  that their wishes are granted. To feel the aura of reverence while watching the joyful celebration of graceful Thai Classical Dance is an experience to be added to your memories of exotic Bangkok. Erawan Shrine is only 3 km from Mandarin Hotel.


Siam Paragon is a modern, upscale, large shopping center which is well known in Asia for its fashion, luxury, hi-tech and high - end brands. Here you will find all the brands that are well-loved all over the world. Siam Paragon also houses a large number of restaurants and food shops offering variety of Thai and international cuisines.  Siam Paragon is one of Thailand’s premier tourist attractions, only 2km  from Mandarin Hotel.


MBK  Ma Boon Krong Shopping Center is a famous shopping center situated right in the middle of Bangkok, only 1.5 km from Mandarin Hotel. There are over 2,000 shops, offering all kinds of products and services including stylish clothing, leather goods, accessories, electronic gears, and other cultural knick- knacks. At the center, one can find a large selection of foods and restaurants, Europe, Thai, Chinese, Japanese and so on. This is one of the top shopping destination in Bangkok.


Lumpini Park is a public park right in the middle of the city, a gathering place for those who love nature, enjoy walking around a large lake and watching 30 species of birds under fresh air and shade. In the morning and evening this place will be occupied by those who love exercises:  jogging, hiking or practicing Chinese martial arts. Lumpini park is only 1.5 km from Mandarin Hotel. The best way to get there is by taking MRT to Lumpini station.


Situated by the west bank of Chao Phaya  river, 8 km from the Mandarin Hotel, Temple of the Dawn is a place not to be missed. Wat Arun is one of Thailand most important religious sites. Its distinctive Prang (spire) was decorated with fragment of color glasses and Chinese porcelain. This spire has become a famous landmark of Thailand. Wat Arun is a very popular for tourists, one of the most visited sites in Thailand. From the hotel you can get there by taking MRT to Isaraphap station.


The most wonderful and majestic location is the Grand Palace situated only 5.5 km from Mandarin Hotel. The Grand Palace is well known in the architectural and Thai art forms, decorated every nook and corner of the various buildings with colorful glasses, ceramic and mural paintings. The most revered Buddha Image, the Emerald Buddha Image, is housed in the main Temple in the complex. Visiting Bangkok will not be completed without visiting the Grand Palace. Getting there by MRT get off at  Sanamchai station.


Museum Siam located in Sanamchai Road, is set inside a very large neoclassical house. Every room is superbly decorated. It serves as a learning centre of ethnology, anthropology and other fields related Thai society. Museum Siam is a surprisingly exhibition, it is a great introduction to Thailand’s spirit and culture without ever boring. Times will pass faster than you expected with many interactive displays. To go to Museum Siam, take MRT to Sanamchai Station.  It is only 4 km from Mandarin Hotel.

Opening Hours    10.00 – 18.00 hrs. (Tuesday to Sunday)


MRT Sanamchai Station is the most beautiful MRT station in Thailand. It is located at the center of Rattanakosin Island, a cultural preserved area surrounding the Royal Palace and the old ancient Bangkok city. The station decorations reflect early Ratanakosin architecture designs which demonstrate beauty and grandeur. MRT Sanamchai Station is only 4 km from the Mandarin Hotel.


Wat Ratchanatdaram is the Temple best known for Loha Prasat or Metal Castle. Located in Wat Ratchnatdaram’s area. This  is the only Castle in Thailand which was constructed out of metal. There are only 3 such Castles in the world. Loha Prasat attracts thousands of tourists to visit this Temple every day.  It is just only 4.5 km from Mandarin Hotel.  Getting there by MRT get off at  Sanamchai station 


Wat Mangkon Kamalawat or Wat  Leng Noei Yi is a Chinese style Temple – a Mahayan Buddhist sect situated only 3 km from Mandarin Hotel. This temple is famous for its large size and designs which reflect Chinese art and architecture. It is one of the most sacred Chinese Temples in Thailand.  Visitation of this temple can be a very enlightening experience. The easiest way to get there is by taking MRT to Wat Mangkon Kamalawat station.  

Temple of the Golden Buddha in Chinatown

One of the main Temples in Thailand worth visiting is Wat Trimit.  The temple is well known for the enormous gold Buddha Image it houses, the largest solid gold Buddha in the world.  The image is 4 meters high with a weigh of 5.5 tons, the image is very much revered by both Thai and Chinese citizens. The temple  is crowded with tourists each day. Wat Trimit is only 2.5 km from Mandarin Hotel.  A visit to Wat Trimit is easily done by taking MRT to  Wat Mangkon Kamalawat station.


Chinatown is the most popular spot for tourist, famous for its colorful life activities. There are plenty of street food variety which attract visitors all over the world. Chinatown is also a fun place for shopping with all variety of products such as gold, clothing and souvenir . Tourists  who visit Chinatown will gladly come to enjoy this place again and again. Bangkok Chinatown is only 2.5 km from the Mandarin Hotel.  Getting there by MRT to Wat Mangkon Kamalawat station.


New Shopping Complex, conveniently located opposite to the Mandarin Hotel. The right combination of 3 libraries which are:

The Eating Library
Providing a collection of dining experiences, through a vast of cuisines.

The Learning Library
Providing learning space and diverse knowledge.

The Living Library
Highlighting curated fashion and lifestyle necessities from urban living.

Moreover Samyan Mitrtown features Never Sleep zone that stays open 24 hours a day offering a Co- learning space, supermarket, restaurants and a hip café zone.

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