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Countryside Bangkok and a Floating Market Tour by Bicycle Including Lunch
"We will guide you through all layers of society from sky scrapers to Bangkok's biggest jaw dropping fresh market. We cycle under the highway where a small community has risen up to arrive at a local pier. Here we will cross the Chao Praya river with our long tail boat where we will arrive in the green heart of Bangkok. Your bicycles will be carried out of the boat and here we cycle through a lush green part of Bangkok so called “Thai Tapas”. Here you will find almost no other tourists. We will take a nice stroll through the market while your guide gives you a variety of delicious snacks to try. After this nostalgic market walk we will get on the saddles again to cycle further through this beautiful area.Later on we will stop again to sit down and enjoy a delicious home-made lunch which is freshly prepared by the locals. After this delicious lunch we cycle bac
From THB2,400.00
 
Green Bangkok Bicycle Tour
"This Bangkok cycle tour will show you this remarkable city in a different light. Explore the backstreets of Bangkok while the city comes alive on this morning or afternoon bike tour.We give you an insight in the life of the local people. We cross where we spot the occasional monitor lizard or turtles bathing in the sun. This stunning green lush area has many old plantations which we pass by and is a great contrast of Bangkok.On the way back we stop in this serene oasis to sit down an""An amazing and unforgettable bicycle ride to explore the real life of the people in Bangkok and escape the busy city in the green heart.title=Highlights&1=Perfect+introduction+for+first-time+visitors&2=Choice+of+morning+or+afternoon+departure&3=Perfect+for+all+ages+and+skill+level&4=Popular+choice+with+kids&5=Free+snacks+included&6=Free+drinks+included"""Bangkok
From THB1,300.00
 
Half-Day Tour of Ancient Siam Park
"As one of the world’s largest outdoor museums Ancient Siam is a themed park and is home to a collection of scale models buildings and sculptures recreated to represent Thailand's ancient culture and history.Inside the park you will find small villages lavish gardens winding water ways
From THB1,975.00

Baiyoke Tower Tips (31)

Five Colors Porcelain is a handcraft of Thailand

Five Colors Porcelain is a handcraft of Thailand that has existed since ancient times. The work of artisans had been used only for the royal class which reflected the unique characteristics of the country. But now you can find the product in several areas across the country and is for everyone. And Five Colors Porcelain is considered as a famous OTOP product of Thailand. You can purchase the product at “Gifts for daddy and New Year’s gifts” event at at Khlong Phadung Krungkasem market located near the Government House on December 1st – 24th , 2015 at 10 am to 7pm . For more information please contact www.facebook.com/khlongphadungkrungkasem

Pimchanok
Dec 13, 2015

Baiyoke Tower

Bangkok isn't a beautiful city, and the Baiyoke Tower isn't a beautiful building. But it is tall - the tallest in Thailand, and at nearly 330 meters high, taller than pretty much everything in Europe. The Observation Deck is brightened up with some very quirky photo shoot sets. You can take pictures of yourself driving a tuk-tuk, a hot air balloon, and a 1950s Thai living room, among other things.

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antistar
Mar 18, 2015

Awesome view

Baiyoke Tower II is an 85-storey, 304 m skyscraper hotel. I went there just for the 360 degree view of Bangkok. I payed 400 bhat for the entrance ticket, with that you get a free drink at the bar located on the 83rd floor Just down the top floor . standing at the revolving desk, was nice but i felt dizzy afterwards
Honestly, I enjoyed the bar and the drink with view more than standing at the revolving desk

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HebaM
Jan 17, 2015

Highest View of Bangkok

The Baiyoke Sky Hotel has an amazing, rotating viewing deck up on the 84th floor! There is also a regular viewing deck on the 77th floor which we did not go to. Opened Daily from 10:30am to 11pm on weekdays and from 9:30am to 11pm on weekends.

I'm not sure what the cost is if you just want to go up to the viewing decks. You would have to pay for it on the ground level as you cannot enter the elevators unless you show your receipt. We dined at Stella's Palace for dinner which they allowed us up to the viewing decks at no extra cost.

The Views are just amazing and definitely worthwhile. Especially at night! Bangkok is all lit up!

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GracesTrips
Aug 29, 2014
 
 
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Baiyoke II Tower

Baiyoke Sky Tower

The highest building in Bangkok (not for long time - is coming another one highest in some years) and the 28-highest building (this number was for the year 2007) in the world. Baiyoke II Tower have 304 meter high and 85 floors. I took from here great photos to Bangkok from the last one floor, also you can see all Bangkok. The ticket when I've been here the last time was: 200 Baht.


Information
Name: Baiyoke II Tower
Theme: Skyscraper, view and take great photos of Bangkok
Close to: Siam Centre
High: 304 meter
Floors: 85


Location: Near Siam
City: Bangkok
Pictures in the web: Baiyoke II Tower
Last Visit: September 2008


My Photos
First Photo: Bangkok from Bayoke II Tower
Second Photo: Bangkok from Bayoke II Tower
Third Photo: Bangkok from Bayoke II Tower
Forth Photo: Bangkok from Bayoke II Tower
Fifth Photo: Bangkok from Bayoke II Tower

volopolo
Jul 29, 2014

Museum in Baiyoke II Tower

Museum in Baiyoke II Tower

Baiyoke II Sky Tower opened in 1998 and it is the tallest building (with 304 meters) in Thailand. In the last floor located a small museum about Thai culture.


Information
Name: Museum in Baiyoke II Tower
Attraction Type: Museum
Location: Near Siam
City: Bangkok
Pictures in the web: Museums in Bangkok
Last Visit: September 2008


My Photos
First Photo: The baiyoke tower
Second photo: Tuk Tuk inside the museum
Third photo: Thai culture
Forth photo: Thai culture
Fifth photo: Thai culture

volopolo
Jul 29, 2014

Baiyoke Tower 2

Bangkok has two Baiyoke buildings in Pratunam district. Baiyoke 1 is a white building with colorful windows, and Baiyoke Tower 2 is a more iconic tower in downtown Bangkok. Baiyoke Tower 2 is the tallest hotel tower in Southeast Asia. It is a 85 storey building with the height of 304 m (997sf).

Baiyoke Tower 2 is not only a hotel with 673 rooms, but it has a public observatory on the 77th floor, a rooftop bar and music lodge on the 83th floor, and 360 degree revolving roof deck on the 84th floor.

I had noticed the tall building while riding a taxi from a highway to enter the city. First, I thought it was just an office tower or government building in the city center and really did not pay much attention to it. One day, we got out of the metro to look for our hotel in the same district. For some reason, we entered this tower hotel to use its toilet. That was how I knew it is a hotel, and took its lift up to 77th floor to check out the free public observatory. It was worth checking it out especially at night!

You can also see the tower from the Suan Pakkad Palace Museum. I enjoyed looking at the contrast between the traditional Thai houses and the modern Baiyoke Tower 2.

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cal6060
Nov 06, 2012

Tallest Building in Bangkok (4: tickets)

Part four and final part of my Baiyoke Sky Tower Tips with more pictures.

Baiyoke Sky Tower is the tallest Buidling of Bangkok but if you want to have more spectacular views of Bangkok Skyline and Beyond, Lebua State Tower Sky Bar and Banyan Hotel Moon Bar has better views and free entrance but the prices of the drinks are sky high! If you are a hotel guest of the sky tower, admission is free on the observation deck and the revolving roof deck but if you are a tourist, you will have to pay 300 Baht at the ticket counter at the ground floor as entrance fee (with one free drink included) then ride the separate elevator to the tower for 1 minute and 25 seconds and viola! you are at the 77th floor observation deck. you will ride another elevator and another flight of stairs going to the 84th floor revolving sky deck and then shooot away for pictures and videos.

the sky deck opens from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm everyday.

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Oct 15, 2012

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Tallest Building in Bangkok (3: more new pictures)

part Three of my four part tip on the Baiyoke Sky Tower with more pictures around the sky tower.

The Baiyoke Sky Tower building is 309 meters or1,013 feet tall and although this is a big hotel in bangkok, it is popular with tourists who want to have a view of it's top revolving deck on the 85th floor as it is the highest building in Bangkok! It has 85 floors, with a public observatory on the 77th floor and a 360-degree revolving roof deck on the 84th floor. The view in the Top is Breathtaking since you can see the various expressways of bangkok and the chao phraya river and grand palace complex but I was not that Impressed since I've been to many Tower's Including the Highest being the CN Tower in Toronto Canada (see my toronto page) and Stratosphere Tower in Vegas and Macau Tower. tokyo tower, seoul tower and more.

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machomikemd
Oct 15, 2012

Tallest Building in Bangkok (2: new pictures)

part two of my four part tip on the Baiyoke Sky Tower with more pictures around the sky tower.

The Baiyoke Sky Tower building is 309 meters or1,013 feet tall and although this is a big hotel in bangkok, it is popular with tourists who want to have a view of it's top revolving deck on the 85th floor as it is the highest building in Bangkok! It has 85 floors, with a public observatory on the 77th floor and a 360-degree revolving roof deck on the 84th floor. The view in the Top is Breathtaking since you can see the various expressways of bangkok and the chao phraya river and grand palace complex but I was not that Impressed since I've been to many Tower's Including the Highest being the CN Tower in Toronto Canada (see my toronto page) and Stratosphere Tower in Vegas and Macau Tower. tokyo tower, seoul tower and more.

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machomikemd
Oct 15, 2012

Tallest Building in Bangkok (1: old pictures)

This will be a four part tip with more pictures around the sky tower.

The Baiyoke Sky Tower building is 309 meters or1,013 feet tall and although this is a big hotel in bangkok, it is popular with tourists who want to have a view of it's top revolving deck on the 85th floor as it is the highest building in Bangkok! It has 85 floors, with a public observatory on the 77th floor and a 360-degree revolving roof deck on the 84th floor. The view in the Top is Breathtaking since you can see the various expressways of bangkok and the chao phraya river and grand palace complex but I was not that Impressed since I've been to many Tower's Including the Highest being the CN Tower in Toronto Canada (see my toronto page) and Stratosphere Tower in Vegas and Macau Tower. tokyo tower, seoul tower and more.

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machomikemd
Oct 15, 2012

Baiyoke Tower

It is certainly worth going to the Baiyoke Sky Hotel and up to the 77th floor to the Observation Deck, as well as fantastic views there are multi media kiosks, telescopes and all the info on the building of the hotel.

There is also a revolving viewing deck with great photo opportunities on the 84th floor, this is Thailand's first open air viewing deck which is located on the highest floor of the building.

The Baiyoke Tower opened in 1998 and the building is 309 meters high. If you were to walk the 2060 steps from bottom to top it would take you more than an hour to reach the top. The pilings run 60 meters deep underground or about the height of a 22 storey building.

We had the seafood buffet dinner at the Bangkok Sky Restaurant on the 76th floor, this was 690baht which also includes admission to the observation deck and revolving view point. I will do a separate review on the restaurant, it was worth every baht!

Open every day: 10.30 a.m. - 10.00 p.m.
Address: Pratunam District, Bangkok
Directions: Near the Pratunam Market

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Cathy&Gary
May 06, 2012

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Getting to Baiyoke Tower

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130, Ratchaprarop Road, Thanon Phaya Tha , 10400 Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand

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