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Le Méridien Bangkok rises in style on Surawong Road in the city’s Silom area, where peaceful temple grounds and quiet family compounds are intertwined with international restaurants, street-side noodle carts, department stores, and sidewalk vendors.
Within a short walk of Le Méridien Bangkok, guests will discover sense-stimulating Patpong Road with its crowded night market and touts drawing the curious into festive, neon-lit bars. During the day, the scene transforms into a business district, with nearby Pratumwanaram and Hua Lampong Temples offering a refuge for the senses.
Le Méridien Bangkok is located near the Skytrain and subway stations for quick transport to the city’s many attractions. The boutiques at Siam Paragon and Gaysorn shopping malls are en route, as is Chatuchak Weekend Market’s bargain-hunting maze. The Skytrain’s Sukhumvit Line opens the door to gourmet dining and colourful nightlife, while some of the lesser-known stops lead to authentic experiences on Bangkok’s back streets.
Thailand’s venerable tuk-tuk, also known as a motored rickshaw, can deliver hotel guests to the city’s Chinatown in 15 minutes to uncover a labyrinth of hidden temples, hole-in-the-wall restaurants, and box-top market stalls. The river ferry stops at Bangkok’s Rattanakosin Island, where travellers can spend a day exploring side-street historic and cultural sites.
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