Best sky bars in Bangkok (2023)

There’s more sky bars in Bangkok than you could possibly visit in one trip to Thailand. Fear not. It doesn’t matter if you’re after riverside views, inspired cocktails, family-friendly sky bars or weather-proof joints, we’ve got you covered with this list of the 25 best sky bars in Bangkok.

Before you nab that skyline view, hop on this Bangkok food tour to get to grips with one of the world's best culinary capitals.

Bangkok’s skyline evolves by the day with new glassy towers springing up seemingly from nowhere. The best sky bars in Bangkok have some of the most impressive and changeable urban views on the planet. Don't miss a visit to this sprawling metropolis without taking it all in from above. And if you can do this with a lemongrass-spiked mojito and some fine Thai or international fare, so be it.

ABar Rooftop

199 Soi Sukhumvit 22

Khlong Toei

+66 2 059 5926

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Best sky bar in Bangkok for gin.

For a touch of class, try the dark spirits lounge and sleek outdoor space on the 37th and 38th floor of the Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park. This impressive sky bar in Bangkok stocks one of the city’s biggest gin collections with over 50 varieties along with a long list of sophisticated cocktails. A perfect sundowner while you watch the night set in. It’s not cheap, but this is easily one of the best sky bars in Bangkok. It’s worth the spend.

Aire Bar

22 5 Sukhumvit Road

Khlong Toei

+66 2 055 1234

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Best sky bar in Bangkok for good value drinks.

There’s some superb views over Benjasiri Park and a backdrop of skyscrapers from Aire Bar at Hyatt Place. But although this classy little 28th-floor number looks the part, it’s surprisingly good value. Look out over the illuminated city with cocktails designed by celebrated mixologist Nick Braun for just 260 baht (around US $7.50) or a glass of premium sparkling wine for 199 baht (around US $6). There are good bar snacks too, and occasional live bands.

Astro9 Skybar

2 Soi 5 Pracharatbumpen Road

Huai Khwang

+66 2 691 1688

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Best sky bar in Bangkok for a night time swim.

The Astro9 SkyBar sits above the four-star Amaranta Hotel in Huai Khwang. There’s a large rooftop pool lit up at night should you need to cool down on one of Bangkok's sultry evenings and a circular astrology-themed cocktail bar lined with high bar stools and surrounded by a collection of low tables, sofas and comfortable chairs. Take your pick from the well-stocked bar menu – over a dozen cocktails, several different mocktails, wines and spirits.

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CRU Champagne Bar

999/99 Rama 1 Road


+66 2 100 1234

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Best sky bar in Bangkok for absolute indulgence.

One of the newer editions to the sky bars in Bangkok is CRU Champagne, a circular bar with a 360-degree view from the 59th floor of the Centara Grand. A private lift brings guests directly to the intimate rooftop bar, a place flanked on one side by the building's colourful sweeping arch. There’s champagne. Lots of it. And the sort of food that pairs well with such a drink like oysters, beluga caviar and lobster. As you can imagine, it’s not cheap.

Distil Bar

1055 Silom


Bang Rak

+66 2 624 9555

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Best sky bar in Bangkok for understated elegance.

Distil is a classic cocktail bar on the 64th floor of the Lebue State Tower, just a floor higher than the building’s two other sky bars. Most make a beeline for the slightly lower Sky Bar at Lebua, so the Distil Rooftop Bar is a little easier to nab a table and one of the sofas that line along the bar's edge. If the weather takes a turn for their worse, there’s a snazzy indoor area, particularly the high-stool seating around the oval shaped bar. Be warned, this may be one of the best sky bars in Bangkok, but it doesn’t come cheap.


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Best sky bar in Bangkok for live jazz.

Dumbo may not be the highest sky bar in Bangkok, but the views are still spectacular from this rustic good-time joint. The mid-century New York-themed bar close to Saphan Khwai BTS Station is known for its nightly jazz bands, Americana inspired menu and prohibition style cocktails. A little more down to earth - both in style and price – without missing out on the killer views makes Dumbo one of our favourite sky bars in Bangkok.

HI-SO Rooftop Bar

2 N Sathon Road

Bang Rak

+66 2 624 0000

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Best sky bar in Bangkok for nightly DJs.

This sleek sky bar has a laid-back ambiance in the day, but comes alive at night with funky music from resident DJs and a friendly crowd of locals and expats. It’s a large space that occupies the 29th and 30th floors of the 5-star SO Sofitel Bangkok. As well as views of Bangkok’s dizzying skyline, it also looks over the large green expanse of Lumphini Park. Drinks are much more affordable when compared to most of the sky bars in Bangkok.

Legend Roof Bar

139 Phahonyothin Road


+66 81 376 4466

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Best sky bar in Bangkok for a regular haunt.

While many of the sky bars in Bangkok still feel like they’re somehow built for tourists or a one-off experience, the more down-to-earth Legend Roof Bar in Lad Phrao feels much more like a regular hangout. It’s a little more rough around the edges, but the beers are still cold, the views still fabulous and there’s a very passable menu of Thai hits. It’s even got a rooftop pool and if you’re lucky a live band.

Mojjo Rooftop Lounge Bar

12 Sukhumvit 24 Alley

Khlong Toei

+66 2 011 1156

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Best sky bar in Bangkok for Latin flavour.

This Latin-styled rooftop bar in Sukhumvit epitomises cool with its chequered flooring, colourful furnishings and long wooden table shelving that runs along the sky bar's edge. The benchmark for any bar is the mojito and Mojjo passes with Latin colours. There’s an indoor lounge and a cigar bar on the 32nd floor too if the weather takes a turn for the worse.

Octave Rooftop Lounge & Bar

2 Soi Sukhumvit 57

Khlong Tan Nuea

+66 2 797 0000

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Best sky bar in Bangkok for its proximity to Sukhumvit.

Octave Rooftop Lounge & Bar was one of the first sky bars in Bangkok and it’s still a classic today. It’s set over multiple floors, but its pinnacle is the understated top floor with 360-degree views uninterrupted by the glass surround, neon-lit circular bar and simple furnishings. Come at the right time and there’s often a DJ, not that you need anything more than the fabulous views from the 45th floor.

Penthouse Bar + Grill

88 Witthayu Road


+66 2 011 7480

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Best sky bar in Bangkok for dining.

The Penthouse Bar + Grill above the Park Hyatt has quickly become one of the hottest sky bars in Bangkok. It’s a luxurious den of opulence set over three floors and featuring not just a rooftop terrace but an elegant restaurant, a cocktail bar, a whisky room and a chef’s table. Expect something more becoming of Las Vegas than Bangkok. A gorgeous over-the-top wonderland of fine art, quaffable cocktails and exquisite food. Oh, the views aren't bad either.

RedSquare Rooftop Bar

27 Sukhumvit 4 Alley

Khlong Toei

+66 2 080 5325

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Best sky bar in Bangkok for vodka.

The RedSquare is Bangkok’s first dedicated vodka bar. That’s good news for fans of Russia’s favourite bottled water. Expect innovative cocktails, more firewater brands than you could possibly drink in one evening and experienced mixologists. The settings itself (much like the drink it advocates) is sleek and minimalist. A scattering of handsome square chairs and tables and an impressive red-lit square bar overlooking some fine fews of Bangkok from the top floor of the Novotel Bangkok Sukhumvit.

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Best sky bar in Bangkok for international cuisine.

The ultra-modern Roof @ 38th Bar on top of the Mode Sathorn Hotel enjoys fantastic views down over Silom and the weaving Chao Phraya River. When you’re this high up the sounds and noise of the city fade away, replaced by the shaking of cocktails and the low, groovy sounds of resident DJs spinning vinyl. The eclectic menu picks up ideas from Mexico to Morocco, so don’t come expecting Thai classics.

SEEN Restaurant & Bar

57 Charoen Nakhon Road

Thon Buri

+66 2 431 9492

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Best sky bar in Bangkok for river views.

This on-trend sky bar in Bangkok occupies several storeys of the Avani Hotel. The food - an inspired Portuguese-Brazilian menu by Oliver da Costa and Alexandra Castaldi - is as good as it sounds, as are the cocktails cooked up by the bar and the décor that’s a little over-the-top in parts but just manages to miss gaudy. However, the real trump card at SEEN is the extraordinary views over the Chao Phraya river.

Sky Bar Bangkok

1055 Silom

Bang Rak

+66 2 624 9555

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Best sky bar in Bangkok for film fans.

The Sky Bar Bangkok is one of the originals and still one of the best. This classic, for those who haven’t visited the Thai capital, is perhaps best known as one of the filming locations in The Hangover 2. It’s big, bold, expensive and enjoys some of the best views in the city from the 63rd floor it occupies. Get there early or book ahead if you want a seat around the iconic circular neon-lit bar. And dust off your credit card. You’ll need it.

Sky on 20

19/9 Sukhumvit Road

Khlong Toei

+66 2 009 4999

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Best sky bars in Bangkok for poor weather.

This charming spot is one of the latest sky bars in Bangkok. It’s got a casual restaurant atmosphere that’s good for families looking for a bite to eat. Plus, their simple open roof structure has a retractable cover so you can still take in Bangkok’s flickering skyline at night even when the heaven’s open. The menu is good – expect Italian-inspired plates of pizzas and bruschetta - though it draws little from Thailand if that’s important. One of the most comfortable sky bars in Bangkok to while away an evening.

The Speakeasy Rooftop Bar

55/555 Langsuan Road


+66 2 630 4000

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Best sky bar in Bangkok for speakeasy vibes.

Like the name suggests, the sky bar in Bangkok draws its inspiration from the 1920s American prohibition and while they’ve got the style down, it’s hardly a secret. There’s all the things you’d expect from a modern day ‘speakeasy’ though – jam-jarred cocktails, a little background jazz – and some things you wouldn’t expect like fine Asian-inspired food offerings and unspeakably good views over the twinkling lights of the city.


12 Phahonyothin Road

Phaya Thai

+66 92 425 4429

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Best sky bar in Bangkok for live music.

Compared to most of the sky bars in Bangkok, VELA is charmingly scruffy - a raw industrial style paired with dark furnishings and the odd plant. And while some feel overly stuffy and formal, VELA feels laid back and down-to-earth. The views here are good, but not quite as impressive as most. The real winner is their live music with bands kicking out everything from funk to soul and jazz to R&B every evening. The food is good, as are the drinks. Well worth a shot.

View Rooftop Bar

220 Phetchaburi Road


+66 2 209 1700

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Best sky bar in Bangkok for daytime lounging.

The View Rooftop Bar is one of the newer sky bars in Bangkok. It’s a playful space designed to feel like a chic beach club with pool access. Think stripped red seating, wooden boardwalk-esque decking and four-poster beach beds. The menu of mainly sharing plates draws influence from across Thailand. Admittedly, the views are not quite same at this 9th floor rooftop, but for daytime lounging and pool dipping relief from Bangkok’s oppressive heat, it’s a winner.

WALK Rooftop Bar

567 Rachaprarop Road


+66 2 625 1234

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Best sky bar in Bangkok for Thai-inspired cocktails.

The open-air WALK Rooftop Bar sits on the 21st floor of the Centara Watergate Pavillion and is a worthy contender for one of the best sky bars in Bangkok. It’s a large space minimally furnished with white designer sofas which reflect the different neon lights of the square drinks tables. There are some fine views, particularly of the Chao Phraya River and the huge Baiyoke Tower. Classic cocktails are given a Thai twist with ingredients like chilli, galangal, lemongrass and kaffir lime leaves.


Wanderlust Rooftop Bar

Thong Lo 13 Alley


+66 88 696 9445

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Best sky bar in Bangkok for garden vibes.

It may not be the most impressive sky bar in Bangkok, nor the highest (it’s only on the 5th floor). Don’t let that put you off. This rough and ready joint has an easy going vibe, plenty of cold beer, live bands most evenings, a short menu of pub favourites (both Thai and Western) and a miss-matched garden vibe with fake grass and rattan furniture. The views might be more up than down, but this sky bar in Bangkok is a hit in our book. Always a good crowd of locals, ex pats and people passing through.

Vanilla Sky Rooftop

12 Sukhumvit 24 Alley

Khlong Toei

+66 2 011 1111

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Best sky bar in Bangkok for NYE.

There’s a young hip crowd at the Vanilla Sky Rooftop on the 35th floor of the Compass Skyview Hotel in Sukhumvit. A simple glass barrier helps create uninterrupted views of Bangkok from almost every angle. A smart casual dress code is the name of the game here, so don’t tip up with shorts and flip flops. Nightly DJs spin vinyl into the evening and there’s a good drinks menu. A good sky bar in Bangkok for New Year’s Eve.

Yao Rooftop Bar

262 Surawong Road

Bang Rak

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Best sky bar in Bangkok for Chinese cuisine.

Yao Rooftop Bar is a Chinese-inspired sky bar in Bangkok. The luxurious multi-level rooftop space has subtle hints of China everywhere from the carved wooden bar to the elegant lamps that throw soft light over the furnishings. The menu is not so subtly Chinese. It’s a full on assault of contemporary Cantonese and Shanghainese favourites with a particularly good list of dainty dim sum.

Zoom Sky Bar

36 Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra Road


+66 2 210 9000

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Best sky bar in Bangkok for an all-rounder.

Zoom Sky Bar is the dark horse of the pack. The classy joint with dim lighting on the 40th floor of the Anantara Sathon Hotel is surprisingly big with covers for almost 200. Somehow it doesn’t feel overwhelming, perhaps down to the cleverly designed layout, dance floor and bar area. Every night a DJ starts spinning from 9pm and there’s a decent list of cocktails and premium drinks. Get there early for a quieter dinner. French and Asian recipes dominate the menu.

1826 Mixology & Rooftop Bar

19 Sukhumvit Soi 18

Khlong Toei

+66 2 261 7050

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Best sky bar in Bangkok for original cocktails.

Last but certainly not least on this list of the best sky bars in Bangkok is 1826 Mixology & Rooftop Bar that sits atop the 26th floor of the Rembrandt Hotel in Sukhumvit. It’s a swish space with an open-air deck pointing towards Benjasiri Park, an indoor lounge and a bar counter best used when the weather turns ugly. A lot of care is taken on creating original cocktails like “Once Upon A Time in Rembrandt” and “The Hanging Garden of Kurseong”. Expect a little background jazz, almost all the time.

If you tire of supping on house cocktails while taking in the city’s twinkling lights from some of the best sky bars in Bangkok (is that possible?), why not take a break and join our Bangkok food tour. It may be back on the ground, but we promise you’ll get a different view of the city.

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What is the highest rooftop bar in Bangkok? ›

Siam - 59th floor

CRU Rooftop Bar Bangkok is the highest and certainly one of the fanciest rooftop bars in Bangkok. It serves some exclusive labels of G.H. Mumm Champagne, a snack menu of world delicacies and genuine 360-degree views.

Is there a dress code for Sky Bar Bangkok? ›


Athletic or sports uniforms, slippers, beach sandals and flip-flops are not permitted. Gentlemen must avoid any sleeveless clothing, shorts and open shoes. Please note that our smart casual dress code applies to children as well.

Do you have to book rooftop bars in Bangkok? ›

Booking for restaurants are not mandatory but highly recommended due to the high volume of visitors. Regarding bars there is no reservation required. Looking forward to welcome you at The Dome at lebua!

What is the tallest rooftop restaurant in Bangkok? ›

Description: Located on the 63rd floor of The Dome at lebua, Sirocco is the world's highest al fresco restaurant and one of Bangkok's most coveted dining choices.

Which area is best for nightlife in Bangkok? ›

So, without further ado, here are our top nightlife areas in Bangkok for you to visit for an eventful evening in the city.
  • Khao San Road. ...
  • Patpong Market. ...
  • CHAR Rooftop Bar. ...
  • Jodd Fairs Night Market. ...
  • Silom Soi 2. ...
  • Asiatique The Riverfront. ...
  • Stay At A Hotel Near Bangkok's BTS Station.

Do rooftop bars have a dress code? ›

Formal dress code is only required at rooftops that usually host private parties. A formal attire is mandatory if you are joining a wedding, and you have it on your invitation. Or any event that comes with an individual invite and a dress code disclaimer. Be sure to check the website of the place.

How much is entry to Lebua Sky Bar? ›

There is no entry cost for the venue.

Is it OK to wear shorts in Bangkok? ›

Shorts or trousers

Shorts are pretty common in most bars catering towards Westerners, and they're fine in many casual Thai nightspots too. For nightclubs in Bangkok and some other areas, men won't be allowed in without pants. Women can pretty much wear the right pair of shorts anywhere.

How much money per day do you need in Thailand? ›

Mid Range Budget: Average daily budget: $50-100 USD

If you're willing to spend a bit more money than the average backpacker, you can upgrade your Thailand travel budget to include more fun things. Visit all the best attractions, even if they cost a bit more.

How much is a beer at Skybar Bangkok? ›

The cocktail prices start at 350 baht, local beers from 250 baht.

Which city has the best nightlife in Thailand? ›

Best Thailand nightlife
  1. Coco Tam's. Where is it? Koh Samui. What is it? ...
  2. Chalong Bay Rum Distillery. Where is it? Phuket. ...
  3. Café del Mar. Where is it? Phuket. ...
  4. Old Town. Where is it? Bangkok. ...
  5. Warmup Café Where is it? Chiang Mai. ...
  6. Sky Gallery. Where is it? Pattaya. ...
  7. Violett. Where is it? Bangkok. ...
  8. Cicada Night Market. Where is it? Hua Hin.
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Does rooftop gardens have a dress code? ›

What is your dress code? Our dress code is smart/casual.

How many Michelin stars does Bangkok have? ›

41 stars for 35 restaurants, and five new Michelin venues.

What is the only 7 star restaurant in the world? ›

Head to Al Iwan restaurant at Burj Al Arab, dubbed to be "the world's only 7-star hotel". Enjoy a high-class buffet lunch or dinner of authentic Arabian dishes while you take in the sea and city views of Dubai.

How do I get to the red sky bar? ›

You can reach Red Sky Bangkok from anywhere in the city by taking the BTS to the Siam station on the Sukhumvit line. Red sky bar is located on the 55th floor of the Centra Grand hotel.

Which night street is famous in Bangkok? ›

Where to Find the Best Nightlife in Bangkok
  • RCA.
  • Khao San Road.
  • Sukhumvit Soi 11.
  • Thonglor Soi 10.
  • Silom Road.

Which street is famous for club in Bangkok? ›

Thonglor / Ekamai

Thonglor and Ekamai are the most popular areas in Bangkok, home of executives, millionaires, billionaires, and superstars. And what do rich people love to do? Party! Thonglor and Ekamai are full of cocktails bars, bars, clubs, and gentlemen clubs too.

What is the red light area in Bangkok called? ›

There are three major red light districts in Bangkok: Nana Plaza (the biggest one, in fact it's three floors high), Soi Cowboy (which is only one street) and Patpong (the oldest and most notorious red light district, famous for scams).

What is smart casual in Bangkok? ›

Smart casual is a somewhat ambiguous dress code that calls for polished yet relaxed attire. Certainly, this is where you are not permitted to wear open shoes or sportswear. You can, however, put on closed shoes, men trousers and a shirt. They don't allow backpacks, flip-flops or slippers.

Is there a minimum spend at 12th Knot? ›

Went with a group for a special night out - £50 minimum spend which for a group of 12 was pretty steep but not my organising. The place is very popular early on - we were there at 5 - with 'young' people great view over the river and towards the east.

What to wear in Bangkok 2022? ›

The basic rule is to cover your shoulders and knees (both sexes), and ideally, you'd cover your ankles too. On the bottom, wear longer shorts, capris, pants/trousers or a knee-length-or-longer skirt. On top, choose any shirt that fully covers your shoulders and has zero cleavage.

Is there a minimum spend at Sky Garden bar? ›

Booking Terms And Conditions

Please note that, Sky Garden bars carry a £25 minimum spend requirement per person on Friday and Saturday evening. This is inclusive of VAT and exclusive of a discretionary 12.5% service charge and will be applied to your final bill.

What is the difference between Lebua State Tower and Tower Club? ›

Tower Club at lebua is an all-suite luxury hotel occupying the 51st to 59th floors and also managed by lebua Hotels & Resorts. Tower Club is the more exclusive and private than Lebua at State Tower.

Do we need to reserve high note SkyBar? ›

The indoor and terrace areas of the SkyBar can be visited with no entry fee or any other sort of prepaid costs whatsoever. Considering the busy opening hours, you might consider securing your table by booking online or via phone ahead of time.

Do they use condoms in Thailand? ›

While condom use with sex workers is common in Thailand, condom use is inconsistent with casual partners and extremely rare among married couples [22]. Only 21% of sexually active Thai high school students reported ever having used condoms [23].

Can you kiss in public in Thailand? ›

Thailand. Unless you're in the confines of your resort or hotel room, kissing in public is a major no-no in Thailand. In more cosmopolitan areas like Bangkok, hand holding is okay.

What you Cannot bring to Thailand? ›

Narcotics. Pornographic materials. Counterfeit trademark goods and IPR infringing goods. Fake notes or coins.

How far does a US dollar go in Thailand? ›

Over half of Americans plan on going on vacation this summer and spending an average of $1,000, according to Bankrate.
The U.S. dollar will go far in these 20 international cities.
LocationCurrency ExchangeAverage Cost of Daily Expenses
Bangkok, Thailand1 USD = 32.9077 THB$65
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Is 1000 USD a lot in Thailand? ›

$1000 USD is 33,280 Thai Baht. It is the average salary of most foreign English teachers living in Thailand and is many times higher than the average Thai person's salary. This means you can afford to save money as you live comfortably in Thailand.

Are US dollars accepted in Thailand? ›

Thai Baht is the only legal currency in Thailand, and it's not usually possible to spend other currencies. ... A tourist site that accepts payments in U.S. dollars, for example, will likely have extremely poor exchange rates and you'll end up paying much more that you would have if purchased with THB.

How many hits are in a Skybar? ›

The 650mAh battery delivers delicious juicy watermelon flavor through 900+ puffs, enough to keep you satisfied all day and then some.

How much is Sirocco Sky Bar? ›

A 6-course tasting menu from the chef in the Sirocco restaurant will cost you 4,800 baht, (drinks not included) The average price of a main course is 2,000 baht.

Who is the owner of Skybar? ›

Municipal Judge Jim McLaughlin found Pat Grider, owner of Skybar Cafe, guilty on one count of sexual misconduct in an incident that occurred in January between Grider and a 24-year old woman, who was employed at the bar at the time. As a matter of policy, The Villager does not identify victims of sexual misconduct.

Where do the Kardashians go in Thailand? ›

Iniala Beach House, Thailand, is one such Kardashian-approved location. Situated along the shore of Phuket, this group of several luxury private villas offers visitors the opportunity to unwind in the most incredible of settings, with their every need catered for along the way.

Is Bali or Thailand better for partying? ›

The top areas to party in Bali include Kuta and Legian, but you'll find plenty of beach clubs in Seminyak and Canggu too. The nightlife scene is Bali is more sophisticated than Thailand as Bali brings in big-name DJs and international artists for concerts at high-end beach clubs and rooftop bars.

Which has better nightlife Bangkok or Phuket? ›

If you're looking for sun, sea and sand in a beautiful location with great nightlife options then Phuket will be a better choice than Bangkok. However if your priority is great food and cultural experiences, alongside evening fun, then Bangkok – which is cheaper than Phuket – will suit you more.

What are the disadvantages of rooftop gardens? ›

Roof Garden Weight and Structure

Patio slabs and furniture further add to the weight on the roof. Most building roofs will require proper reinforcement before a roof garden can be grown safely. High roof gardens may have problems with high winds damaging plants and young seedlings.

Are rooftop patios worth it? ›

There is a lot to consider when planning a rooftop deck, but is it worth it? The answer is a definite YES. Rooftop decks provide a return on your investment when done right and with the right materials. New and add-on construction of rooftop decks has been accelerating since 2014.

What do you wear to a fancy rooftop bar? ›

Smart casual is quite a wide term, but think clothes that are well-fitting, neat and appropriate. Slightly less formal than business casual, but not to loose-fitting. It is about looking sharp and in-style. If it is a hot NYC summer day, tailored shorts are for sure ok for gentlemen on the rooftop.

What is the expensive restaurant in Thailand? ›

Review of Le Normandie by Alain Roux. “Probably the most expensive restaurant in Thailand, serving fine french cuisine.” Description: Awarded 2 Michelin Stars in the inaugural Michelin Guide Bangkok, Le Normandie is acclaimed for its contemporary French cuisine by Chef Arnaud Dunand-Sauthier.

Which city has the most 3 star Michelin restaurants? ›

Tokyo has eleven restaurants with three Michelin stars (the most of any city in the world), plus dozens of other top-notch eateries to choose from.

What is the roof top bar near Icon Siam? ›

  • ThreeSixty Rooftop Bar & ThreeSixty Jazz Lounge.
  • Spectrum Lounge & Bar.
  • Cielo Sky Bar & Restaurant.
  • MOJJO Rooftop Lounge & Bar.
  • Vanilla Sky Bar.
  • The Speakeasy Rooftop Bar.
  • RedSquare Rooftop Bar.

What is Bangkok red light district called? ›

While Patpong is internationally known as a red light district at the heart of Bangkok's sex industry, it is in fact only one of several red-light districts with some catering primarily to Thai men while others, like Patpong, cater primarily to foreigners.

How many floors is the Lebua Hotel? ›

Lebua State Tower's rooftop restaurant, Sirocco, hosts the highest New Year's Eve ball drop in the world – from the height of 266m (872 feet).
lebua at State Tower
Managementlebua Hotels & Resorts
Height244.30 m
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Floor count5
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