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Glitz and glamour abound at the Thai capital’s best end-of-the-year bashes.
The Chao Phraya River is downright stunning on this enchanted evening and one of the best places to view the fireworks. Viva Aviv, a low-key bar and restaurant situated right on the water, draws a classy crowd but eschews the pomp and pretence of some of the evening’s flashier festivities. Dress to impress and prepare to dance to some of the best DJs in town.
When it comes to classy affairs, few can match this grande dame for sheer sophistication. Dust off your tux and tie or don a sky-high pair of Christian Louboutins and your best cocktail dress and prepare for a most elegant evening. Guests typically choose from one of several lavish dinners at eateries including Le Normandie, with refined French fare, or The China House, with traditional Cantonese banquet dishes, and gather on the riverside terrace to watch the fireworks.
Perched high above the city on the top of the Banyan Tree Bangkok, this rooftop offers and dazzling panorama of Sathorn. The price of admission may be steep, but you’ll enjoy unimpeded views of the fireworks display in a truly glamorous setting. Feast on an elaborate multicourse meal or come for drinks and the chance to steal a kiss with your beloved over a glass of bubbly at midnight.
Thanks to its cameo appearance in The Hangover Part II, this swank rooftop bar remains one of Bangkok’s most heavily Instagrammed spots. Though the number of selfie-snapping tourists on a normal evening can be a bit much, New Year’s Eve draws a more selective crowd. With a jaw-dropping view and live music, this is understandably one of the most popular places to celebrate.
Situated at the top of the AVANI Riverside Bangkok hotel, this luxe rooftop spot boasts a sweeping view of the fireworks over the Chao Phraya River in a chic setting. A glass of bubbly may be traditional, but if you would prefer to change your toast up, the talented mixologists here are adept at whipping up inventive tipples.