Conveniently located between Bangkok city centre and Suvarnabhumi International Airport, Le Méridien Suvarnabhumi, Bangkok Golf Resort & Spa gives guests direct access to Bangkok's many points of interest.
Among the world’s most dynamic capitals, Bangkok is rich in cultural treasures, such as the Grand Palace—Thailand’s most revered shrine—and the Emerald Buddha. The National Museum, South East Asia’s largest museum, is home to an iconic collection of art and archaeology. Visitors can also experience the past firsthand by touring the famous canals of this “Venice of the East.” A 17-minute drive from the resort will take you to Bangpleeyainai Temple, built to commemorate Naresuan the Great’s victory over the Burmese. Inside the temple, the Bangplee Ancient Market stretches alongside Somrong Canal, offering inspired shopping. Just 24 minutes from the resort, an astonishing three-headed elephant statue perched upon a tremendous pedestal greets visitors to the Erawan Museum. Here, visitors can immerse themselves in Thai culture, archaeology, and craftsmanship.
Bangkok offers limitless entertainment possibilities. The handiwork of skilled, inexpensive tailors is always on display in the city’s many shopping districts. Stroll streets teeming with clothing, antiques, authentic artwork and handmade crafts, and jewellery. Bangkok also houses more bars, clubs, discos, and shows than any other city in the world. From Thai puppet theatre and shows at the timeless Siam Niramit Theatre to an award-winning performance by the Hun Lakhon Lek Troupe, uncommon and extraordinary entertainment awaits. For outdoor recreation, visit Taco Lake, where you can enjoy numerous water sports, from wakeboarding to water skiing.
The world-class Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Centre (BITEC) is only 15 minutes from the resort and home to many international exhibitions and conventions.