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While you’ll see skyscrapers in most parts of Bangkok, it’s the gilded roofs of ancient pagodas that adorn the skyline of Banglamphu, the city’s historical and most touristic district. Hordes of tourists flock to this area to tick quite a few must-see attractions off their to-do list, with the Grand Palace being the most spectacular of them all. Banglamphu is also home to Bangkok’s infamous tourist ghetto, centered around Khao San Road. Visit at night to feast on road-side pad thai, cheap beers and if you’re up for it, some dancing fueled by buckets of Thai whiskey.
The gardens and the exterior part of the Temple is open at night but the reclining Buddha is closed at this hour of the night.
The place was quiet with only a few visitors.
The scenes at night enhanced by the well placed lightings were amazing.
I have been there twice before, but this time my brother and his girlfriend were with. It was quite comical seeing the expressions on their faces at some of the interesting sights to be seen there! They couldn't understand how unfazed I was. But if you've seen it once, the surprise element fades a bit.
I have been here three times and the coffee and food is always incredible. This place is relaxed and comfortable, has WiFi and an upstairs, and the staff is super nice 😍 This is my favorite cafe in Bangkok! Hot tip: the croissants are baked fresh each morning so don’t come too late!
I always stop by the Sixth when I am in Bangkok. I have been a customer since it opened and will always come back. The food is amazing, the drinks are spectacular but it's the owners that keep me coming back. It's rare to build a bond as close as I have with them but we clicked from the first...
Yummy pastries and great service! We ate here twice for breakfast and loved it both times! The croissants and danishes are excellent. In particular the mango and mixed berry danishes were our favorites, along with the chocolate croissants.
The second time we went, the bakery hadn’t officially opened yet. When we asked, the kind staff let us come in and...
"Wonderful little jewel with great air conditioning!"
reviewed 3 days ago by Martha G
Our tour guide took is to lunch at this lttle 20 seat restaurant across the river from the Dawn Temple in Bangkok. The owner was clearly a friend of hers since the guide was helping out with guests as they came in for lunch. There were 4 of us, all got a different dish and everyone loved their selection. They...
Nice clean place to have coffee and food.not big.located 1 min from casa nithra hotel..not far from kaho san road.coffee smell good and taste good.in the morning it is perfect place to have coffee in quit place!
We loved every little detail of the place. The staff we're beyond impressive with their customer service and the food was amazing and fresh. Wish we could have stayed longer. We got the family room and it was more than enough for 6 of us
I love this place. River facing. Near to temples and river boat. But what is the icing on the cake is actually the staffs. They make you feel important and are detailed to ensure you truly enjoy your stay and experience. They even show the world cup. They were so thoughtful to even give me a cake as we were...
The hotel was really great. Having key card access to both the hotel itself and then our rooms made us feel really safe. As well as seeing Pams friendly smile out the front. The rooms are spacious with plenty of room to put suitcases. The bathroom is beautiful and the shower has such strong water pressure. Our room was at...
Wonderful overnight stay with amazing staff who go out of their way to assist with details and travel plans -just spent 45 minutes assisting a traveler with lost ATM card
Rooms clean and linen crispy white . tea and coffee and snacks available 24/7
The hotel is tucked away in an alley. 3 taxi drivers had a hard time finding...
Stayed here three nights. Staff was friendly and responsive. Breakfast a nice mixture of West and Asian.Pool clean, but more of a wading vs lap pool, 1.3 meters deep. Rooms large with great showers and hot water. Small fridge and security box.
Highly recommend Nanda