Luxury Suite Deal from 14,498 THB + Breakfast + Lounge benefits + Airport transfers – Tower Club at Lebua, Bangkok

Start your amazing Bangkok experience in a luxury suite at Tower Club at lebua and enjoy additional benefits from 14,498 THB. Inclusions: – Round-trip airport transfers by Toyota van once per stay – Access to the exclusive Tower club lounge on the 52nd floor for complimentary breakfast, light lunch, canapés, snacks, high tea, and alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages – Tower club lounge access and benefits
Valid for bookings & staying until 31st October 2018.

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Tower Club at lebua
Tower Club at lebua
4.6 out of 5 stars
10 reviews
1055 Si Lom
Khwaeng Silom, Khet Bang Rak, กรุงเทพมหานคร 10500, Thailand
02 624 9999
Tower Club at lebua
Torbjørn Henriksen
5 out of 5 stars
Nice atmosphere at 52 second floor exclusively for Tower Club members. Serves light breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea with complimentary alcoholic and...
Tower Club at lebua
Bjorn Lambeets
5 out of 5 stars
Great experiance. Super friendly staff. Breakfast is the best..bbq bacon was the best i ever had. Very confi and luxourious rooms. Free access to the lounge...
Tower Club at lebua
Faustina Myra
5 out of 5 stars
Very very good service and worth to pay for staying. First coming, i'v got an upgrade to a riverside view room. More, since i choose the complete package...
Tower Club at lebua
Cabo Ultimate Stream HD TV in Los Cabos Mexico
5 out of 5 stars
Cool people. Superb staff. Outstanding view. Cocktails were tasty and should be at 950 baht or $30 USD each.
Tower Club at lebua
Luc Meijer
4 out of 5 stars
The view was absolutely amazing. The drinks were obviously somewhat expensive (about 17 euros for a cocktail at the time of writing) but the stadf was very...

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Wat Arun

This kind of famous Bangkok landmark, situated on the Thonburi part of the Chao Phraya River, dates back to the Ayutthaya period and is one of the city's most popular interesting attractions.
You can't visit Bangkok without seeing Wat Arun, or The Temple of Dawn, situated on the Thon Buri side of the Chao Phraya Water and opposite the Grand Palace. Dating back to the Ayutthaya period, the Emerald Buddha was once enshrined in this particular temple, before the Grand Palace was built. The central cerkv? contains encrusted porcelain which sparkle in the sun's rays. However, despite it is name, the temple is best visited back in the afternoon, when the sun sets red in the background.

Songkran in Bangkok

Songkran in Bangkok – Having a great time is a major part of Thai culture, and having a great time amidst scorching warmth is no exclusion. The latest month of the entire year, April sees the complete country go bananas in friendly drinking water fights and road parties that previous almost weekly. During Songkran, most office complexes, banking institutions as well as family-run outlets and restaurants turn off completely, while big stores usually remain open up. Bangkok experience a mass exodus, as at least half its residents travel back again to their home cities for family re-unions. Within their place are holidaymakers, who soar into Bangkok specifically to take pleasure from one of the very most colourful and festive times of the entire year.

Lumphini Park

Lumphini Dog park is where tourists and locals come to relax on the lawns and get a break from the busy Bangkok traffic. See the locals practice tai chi and play on the grass or take in a free concert.
King Rama MIRE acknowledged the advantages of a green public space in the 1920s. This individual dedicated 142 acres (57 hectares) of royal land to a park in what is actually the central business district of Sathon. He named it after the birthplace of Juggernaut in Nepal.
Should you come from Bangkok's city centre, with its concrete structures, busy streets, bustling wats or temples and cacophony of noises, the “Lung of Bangkok” really feels like a place where you can breathe deeply. With it is palm groves, orchids and an artificial lake, Lumphini Park offers many views to help you charge.
Arrive just after beginning, however, and you will probably find the park is a beehive of activity, with running joggers, locals practicing their tai chi, yoga and blade dancing on the grass lawns. If you feel like working up a sweating, there is an outdoor gym. Right before sunset, you can join a free open-air aerobics class. Merely remember that at almost eight a. m. and six p. m., the complete area concerns a standstill to listen to the countrywide anthem as it performs from loudspeakers.
When you have upset an cravings, head to the joints near to the Rama VI sculpture at the southwest entry. You can order mat thai (thick noodles) or a jim joom (hot pot), among other Thailänder food. The weekend fresh market offers even more treats. Keep an vision out for the large monitor lizards that patrol the grounds, but may be tempted to nourish them. This is simply not allowed because they can attack.
Lumphini Park is public but closes at night time. Two community stops, Lumphini and Dans le cas où Lom, are within easy walking distance. Note that the park is a non-smoking zone. If you appreciate time-honored music, check the timetable of the seasonal Live performance in the Park series to see if you can catch a performance on a Sunday evening.

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