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Travel Bangkok Guide: 10 New Hotspots You Shouldn't Miss

Bangkok Guide: 10 New Hotspots You Shouldn't Miss

Bangkok Guide: 10 New Hotspots You Shouldn't Miss
By Pearl Yan
By Pearl Yan
May 17, 2019
The arrival of summer calls for a fun holiday exploring somewhere new, so why not start with Bangkok. Less than three hours' flight from Hong Kong, this vibrant city boasts stunning rooftop bars, world-class spas and a growing art scene. Check out our top picks of Bangkok's latest offerings:

1/10 Siri House

Photo: Courtesy of Siri House
Photo: Courtesy of Siri House

Tucked away on Soi Somkid in Phloen Chit, Siri House by luxury property developer, Sansiri, is Bangkok’s newest lifestyle, social and dining hub. Inside the two-storey, mid-century house you’ll find household names from the F&B industry, including trendy brunch spot Luka, Mediterranean eatery Quince and modern cocktail lounge Jacqueline.

Food and drinks aside, the charming venue is also home to Bimini, a shaded garden and pool area ideal for a relaxing dip, neighbourhood bookstore The Booksmith, in-house florist Heart of SIRI and vinyl store Olympic Digger.

Siri House, No.14/2 Soi Somkid, Phloen Chit Road, Lumphini, Pathum Wan, Bangkok; +66 94 868 2639

2/10 Silapix Art Space

Photo: Courtesy of Silapix Art Space
Photo: Courtesy of Silapix Art Space

A new cultural venue dedicated to art, design, interior and architecture, Silapix Art Space creates a platform for artists and art collectors to connect through hosting themed exhibitions, lectures, workshops and independent film screenings.

Curated and owned by Art Consulting Thailand, the spacious loft is conveniently located on the upper level of Wishbeer Home Bar and doubles as a professional social network marketplace open to a wider audience beyond the art community.

Silapix Art Space, Wishbeer Home Bar, 1491 Soi Sukhumvit 67, Sukhumvit Rd., Prakanong Nua, Wattana, Bangkok, +66 89 636 8197

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3/10 Waldorf Astoria Bangkok

Photo: Courtesy of Waldorf Astoria Bangkok
Photo: Courtesy of Waldorf Astoria Bangkok

Southeast Asia’s first Waldorf Astoria is all about New York glamour, with luxuriously appointed rooms designed by award-winning architect André Fu and three expertly curated dining and bar concepts: Bull & Bear, The Loft and The Champagne Bar.

During the day, make your way to the stunning rooftop infinity pool or enjoy an afternoon tea at Peacock Alley, and as the night falls, indulge in a tipple at the The Loft overlooking the Bangkok skyline before heading to Bull & Bear for grilled meats and seafood.

Waldorf Astoria Bangkok, 151 Ratchadamri Road. Lumpini, Bangkok; +66 2846 8888

See also: Waldorf Astoria Bangkok: Where New York Glamour Meets Thai Culture

4/10 Liberation

Photo: Courtesy of Liberation
Photo: Courtesy of Liberation

The brainchild of the dream team behind Thonglor’s award-winning cocktail bar Rabbit Hole and Thai produce-drive fine dining concept Canvas, Liberation has become Bangkok cocktail connoisseurs’ newest hangout since its opening this year.

Helmed by talented mixologists from the city’s beloved speakeasy Backstage, and tropical cocktail bar, Tropic City, the result is a menu featuring promising creations, each paying tribute to a single ingredient.

Liberation, Piman 49, Soi Sukhumvit 49, Bangkok; +66 93 654 2500

5/10 Flamenco

Photo: Courtesy of Flamenco
Photo: Courtesy of Flamenco

Following the success of Emquartier’s beach club rooftop bar Escape, the luxury shopping complex has welcomed another rooftop bar with a splash of Latino glam. With Instagram-worthy spots at every turn, the decor takes its cue from Latin cultures around the globe, elevated by Latin music and of course, margaritas.

With live bands taking over the stage every night, the sky bar features a massive dance floor, cocktail and cigar bar, and an outdoor terrace overlooking the Bangkok cityscape.

Flamenco, 9/F, Helix, Emquartier, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok; +66 2 003 6006

6/10 Model Market

Photo: Courtesy of Model Market
Photo: Courtesy of Model Market

Just opened in April 2019, Model Market on Sukhumvit Soi 53 is Bangkok’s first upcycling market, gathering some of the city’s well-known F&B names in the form of food trucks and pop-ups. Plastic straws, utensils and non-recyclable items are strictly prohibited from the venue—an eco-friendly outdoor space decked out in fairy lights, upcycled tables and chairs in a communal dining setting.

Open seven days a week, the urban space also hosts live music sessions daily featuring local and international musicians and DJs to keep everyone in good spirits. 

Model Market, Soi Sukhumvit 53, Bangkok; +66 85 223 4324

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7/10 O&B flagship

Photo: Courtesy of O&B
Photo: Courtesy of O&B

Popular Thai shoe brand O&B has opened its first official flagship at luxury mall The Emporium, featuring a bold gallery tunnel displaying all of O&B ballet flats in over 50 shades.

Currently, the 75-square-metre retail space exudes a feminine charm with pastel pink and floral designs, and the theme will change every three months to match the season.

O&B Flagship Store, 1/F, The Emporium; +66 26 648 595

8/10 Bangkok 1899

Photo: Courtesy of Bangkok 1899
Photo: Courtesy of Bangkok 1899

Originally built in 1899, the former residence of Chaophraya Thammasakmontri, known as the Thailand’s father of modern education, has been transformed into the city’s newest cultural and civic club to promote art, design, urbanism and social innovation.

A social impact cafe, Na Cafe, serves locally-sourced drinks and commits to a zero-waste practice hosts workshops on sustainability longside an international artist residency for Thai and international artists.

Bangkok 1899, 134 Nakhon Sawan Road, Bangkok

9/10 Calm Cottage

Photo: Courtesy of Calm Cottage
Photo: Courtesy of Calm Cottage

Decked out in a stylish, minimalist interior, Calm cottage is an intimate spa in the heart of Sukhumvit, offering a list of nourishing treatments, from traditional Thai massage, body scrub, aromatherapy massage to facial treatments.

Finish your day of pampering with a cup of tea and Thai desserts, or take your time to browse the spa’s own brand of beauty and skincare products.

Calm Cottage, 120/10 Sukhumvit Soi 49, Bangkok; +66 63 223 9658

10/10 Tone Box

Photo: Courtesy of  Tone Box
Photo: Courtesy of Tone Box

Led by some of Bangkok’s most influential fitness professionals, Tone Box is the city’s newest private boutique gym, focusing on result-driven and customisable personal training combined with nutritional programmes.

Using the Fit3D body scanner, the coaches—or “Tone Squad”—can assess every client’s fitness level and body metric to tailor a fitness programme to meet individual goals, whether it’s weight loss, conditioning, muscle building or sports performance.

Tone Box Gym, 2/F, The Portico, Soi Langsuan, Bangkok; +66 82 161 1171

See also: 10 Hong Kong Gym Classes To Kick-Start Your Day

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