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Rise above the bustle of city life and enjoy a heart-stopping view at these sky-high spots.
While Bangkok at street level can often be an exhausting affair, the metropolis takes on an entirely different character when viewed from up above. Traffic jams and sidewalks crowded with hawker stands melt into a glittering cityscape of glass and steel. More than a few starchitects have left their mark on the skyline, resulting in an eclectic mix of towering modernist structures soaring high above the River of Kings.
A social club for everyone. Spanning 1200 square meters, located likewise on level 5, Central Embassy is a lifestyle concept comprises seven different sections: Eatery, Deli, Terrace, The Grill, City Lounge, Sports Bar and Souvenirs Shop. Outside, a “Beach in The Sky” is the right place to have a drink, be delighted for a meal or enjoy a night out.
No list of skyscraping panoramas in Bangkok would be complete without this classic, which served as the setting for a showdown in the movie The Hangover Part II. The 63-storey views from both the restaurant and the Sky Bar are suitably awe-inspiring, especially after the sun goes down and live jazz musicians perform. Drink prices are nothing short of scandalous, but for many, the ambiance more than merits the splurge.
Perched 26 stories above the Chao Phraya River on top of the AVANI Riverside Hotel Bangkok, this stylish bar specialises in all sorts of craft cocktails. Selfie-snapping tourists tend to bypass this one in favour of more famous venues, making it ideal for an intimate evening minus the crowds.
It may not be the highest bar in town, but the industrial-chic design and the palpably hip vibe at this bar on top of the boutique Hotel Muse Bangkok more than make up for its shorter stature. Its location in the ritzy Langsuan neighbourhood makes this a local hangout for diplomats and embassy workers from Wireless Road.
Drive straight past the notorious nightclubs of Sukhumvit Soi 11 and take the hidden elevator at the back of Fraser Suites up to this green oasis inspired by New York’s Central Park. Come early to enjoy the Peruvian-Japanese Nikkei cuisine, or grab dinner at Charcoal, a contemporary Indian kebab house run by the same owners.
With an impossibly chic atmosphere and a breathtaking view high above Sathorn and Silom, this iconic bar and restaurant on top of the Banyan Tree Bangkok is one of the best places in town to splash out. Splurge on a bottle of bubbly and soak in the spectacular scenery from 61 stories up in the air.