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Bayoke Tower is an 85-storey, 304 m (997 ft) skyscraper hotel at 222 Ratchaprarop Road in the Ratchathevi district of Bangkok, Thailand. It is the tallest building in the city, and comprises the Bayoke Sky Hotel, the tallest hotel in South east Asia, and the fourth-tallest all-hotel structure in the world.
Just a block from the hotel is a handful of mega malls along Siam and Petchaburi Roads, such as CentralWorld, Platinum Fashion Mall, Pantip, Gaysorn Plaza, Amarin, Siam Center, Siam Discovery, Siam Paragon and Siam Square.
Occupying the three hotel zones, guest rooms come in a wide range of categories. Hotel’s facilities include an outdoor pool, business centre, fitness centre, revolving viewpoint (84th floor), 24-hour guest service and more. The Airport Rail Link trains (Rajprarop Station), connecting you to/from Suvarnabhumi International Airport, is within a walking distance from the hotel.
The sheer size and magnitude of this enormous city is best experienced at one of Bangkok’s trendy rooftop venues, from where you can enjoy a bird’s eye view of this sprawling metropolis while sipping on a refreshing cocktail. The best time to go is late afternoon – just in time to witness the sun setting behind the magnificent Chao Praya River.
The Rooftop Bar
Thailand’s tallest building, rises 88 storeys above the Bangkok skyline, and offers magnificent views from dizzying heights. Professional bands and singers perform nightly at the indoor Rooftop Bar, which is located on the 83rd floor. The Observation and Revolving roof decks on the 77th and 84th floors are open until 22:30, but no drinks or refreshments are served.
International Buffet at Bangkok Sky Restaurant
This seafood buffet experience comes with one of the best views in Bangkok. Occupying the 76th and 78th floors of towering Bayoke Sky Hotel, Bangkok Sky delights you with an extensive assortment of seafood – river lobsters, prawns, shrimps, squid, scallops, clams, crabs and fishes – prepared as a salad, cocktail, spicy soup, stir-fried in curry paste, tempura and Teppanyaki style, or sprinkled with salt and steamed to mouth watering perfection.
Enjoy your favourite selections with unlimited soft drinks, for lunch and dinner, and complimentary access to the Observation Deck on the 77th floor and Revolving View Point on the 84th floor (free admission). At these heights, the views of down town Bangkok and beyond are simply unbeatable. Light entertainment from the “Joker”, “Robot” and their motley group of friends will enhance your dining experience.
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Treasures of Thailand Tour
9 days 8 nights Bangkok / Ayuthaya / Uthaithanee /
Phisanuloke / Sukhothai /Chiang Mai.
Day 1: Bangkok
Reception at the airport by your guide and transfer to your hotel.( Banphat Resort Bangkok) Installation: Day of recovery from jet lag, your guide will present the program of the circuit, restaurants, massage… Appointment for the next day
Day 2: Bangkok * ABF
Breakfast at hotel. Discovery of the authentic Bangkok with your guide, local transportation, boat, tuktuk, bus. Visit the Grand Palace and Temple of the Emerald Buddha. Private boat trip on the rivers of Bangkok (Klong). Free lunch. In the afternoon visit the Temple of the Reclining Buddha and a walk at the flower market.
Back at the hotel.
Day 3: Ayuthaya-Uthaithani * ABF / DJN / DIN
Depart hotel for Ayutthaya (80 km). Visit the ancient capital of Siam and temples. The road continues for Uthaithani (nice town & fishing town).
En route, lunch at Chaba Restaurant, with the discovery of Thai cuisine of the region and relaxation in the garden of Paradise. In the evening arrival in Uthaitani and visit the local market and installation to your hotel, Uthai River Lake.
Day 4: Uthaithani – Phisanuloke * ABF / DJN
Departure from the hotel by boat to discover Hang Yao villages of fishermen on the river Sakraekrung. After visiting the Temple of the Crystal continues to explore the city of Phisanuloke. Lunch with the traditional dish, the Pad Thai at the restaurant. Installing in your Ayara Hotel Grand Palace.
Start your hotel around 19:00, Phisanuloke visit in a rickshaw. Discovery of the night market and the market of insects. Free dinner at local restaurant. Back at the hotel.
Day 5: Phisanuloke-Sukhothai-Chiang Mai * ABF / DIN
Depart for Sukhothai (1h drive), Sukhothai was the first capital of Thailand, visit the national park of Sukhothai, ranked the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Then discover the city continues to Lampang (2 hours), visit Ban Sao Nak, the traditional Thai house with tasting juice Tamarin with the rice cake. Free Lunch
Resumed the road to Chiang Mai. Check into your hotel Hmong Lodge. Dinner show with dancing Hmong.
Day 6: Chiang Mai * ABF / DJN
Depart hotel to visit the Hmong village. Lunch at the orchid farm. In the afternoon, visit the craft centre of Chiang Mai: the manufacture of umbrellas, lacquer ware, jewellery, silk. Installing your hotel.( Hotel De LANNA or MANATHAI Hotel)
Day 7 Chiang Mai * ABF / DJN
Early departure to visit the elephant camp. Discovery Performing Elephants. Then ride on an elephant and ride on bamboo rafts. Lunch at Khao Soi, the typical cuisine of Chiang Mai.
In the afternoon, city tour of Chiang Mai’s temples, walking, etc. Return to your hotel.
Day 8 Chiang Mai – Night Train – Bangkok * ABF / DIN
Free day. In the afternoon your guide will look at the hotel to the massage parlour. Traditional Thai massage and relaxation before your departure to Bangkok by night train, in bed. Dinner on the train.
Bangkok Day 9
End of our services
The price includes:
The room in Hotel 3 *** category or type of boutique hotel
Full board or half board, under daily program.
The air-conditioned vehicle with driver for travel and the Guide.
All excursions included in the program
The sleeper train to Chiang Mai-Bangkok.
Are not included
All personal expenses
The drinks meals
Tipping for guide and driver
As well as excursions and meals that are not mentioned in the program.
• ABF breakfast included
• DJN Lunch included
• DIN Dinner included
Prices and booking on TheBestof Thailand
SEP21,0844Z Prachinburi, Muang & Krabinburi overflowed more. Bangban in Ayudhya, too
SEP 20 5:55pm Klong Mem area in Phrompiram, Phitsanulok still inundated. Wat Memsuwannaram School & temple are also flooded
SEP 20 18h00 heavy rain in Bangkok
SEP20,1333Z Prachinburi, Raining for many hours. So, water level increases in many district.
September 20 9:00 The situation is stable. The level of flooding begins to decrease.
SEP19,1057Z Sa Kaeo, Aranyapratet flooded 1.2 m, a part of Wattananakorn flooded 1.5 m.
1105Z,SEP19 Yom River increasing, flood spreading in Poo PraTapCharng, Pichit.
SEP19,0959Z Sa Kaeo, HWY No.3366 Ta Kham – Nong Ian km.0-1 unavailable, flooded 80 cm. Local HWY is better.
0959Z,SEP19 Sa Kaeo, Rong Kluea flooded 50 cm.
1008Z,SEP19 RID of Pitsanulok hastens to drain water from Yom to Narn River
SEP18,2145Z DPM of Ayudhya expected Chaopraya River would increase 5-10 cm, Noi River would decrease 10-20 cm
SEP18,2058Z Yom River overflowed 85 cm (over crisis point) Bang Ra Kam residents on evacuation.
SEP18,2001Z Sukhothai is back to normal, Floodwater flowing to Pitsanulok.
SEP18,1720Z 100+ m length land crack on mountain in Tak, students on evacuation.
SEP 18 17:00 Bangkok Current water level and last year’s record outside the Royal Irrigation Dept at Wat Bot
SEP 18 16:50 Bangkok Flooding on Ari for about 1km from Shin Tower 2 to BTS Ari. Expect traffic 2b bad
SEP 18 15:00 Thunderstorm in Bangkok the heavens have officially opened their gates
SEP18,1345Z Krabinburi old market community flooded 30-50 cm. Prachinburi River increases continually.
SEP18,1018Z Yom River seeping in Sukhothai market due to spoiled below flood wall occur continually.
SEP18,0935Z Srakaew, Aranyapratet municipality flooded by floodwater from Wattananakorn.
SEP18,0920Z Angtong, Military hastens to construct dykes for 2nd flooding. Chaopraya situation still stable.
SEP 18 7:00 Overflow from the Chao Phraya has flooded communities on both sides of the river in Pathum Thani’s Muang district.Flood waters on Monday inundated houses, schools and Buddhist temples on the east and west sides of the swollen river near Pathum Thani Bridge 1 in tambon Ban Krachang, especially at Wat Pho Luan where water almost submerged the first floors of its buildings
SEP17,1720Z Ayudhya, Wat Chaiwattanaram flooded 50 cm due to heavy raining.
SEP17 5:12pm Lomraed bridge in Loamraed district, Lampang is closed as water already overflowed the east coast
SEP17,1715Z Ayudhya, Eastern protection dam for Wat Chaiwattanaram will be done in 3 days.
SEP17,5PM Canal dykes down, rice fields flooded in Nakornsawan.
SEP17,1655Z Floodwater overflowing to Bannongkhum in WattanaNakorn, Srakaew.
SEP17,1530Z A part of Banmuang Rd. in Sukhothai Municipality flooded high as footpath.
SEP 17 3:05pm Sawankhalok is dry today, only the houses in low area still inundated
SEP17 1:58pm Phitsanulok to Sukhothai route, 2 sides of the road still inundated
SEP 17 8:00 Sukhothai this morning..
SEP 16 6:30pm Rajchapruek inbound near Aun Ai Din flooded half-wheel. Vehicles should avoide the route due to traffic
SEP 16 6:08pm Sawankhalok district in Sukhothai riverside submerged up to 2m.
SEP 16 BKK : 6:08pm Bangkhen tunnel impassable. It’s flooded due to heavy rain
SEP 16 Bangkok: 5:31pm Laksi circle flooded, only 2 lanes passable
SEP16 4:01pm Water from Yom river floods Sukhothai again. In front of Sukhothai Mayor’s House inundated by 7 metre
SEP16 3:45pm Abt 60 houses in Kok Ram,Bangplama, Banlaem subdist in Supanburi submerged by 30cm due to Tha Jean river
SEP16 2:37pm Yom river in Sukhothai is in crisis. Sawankhalok residents warned to move stuffs up
SEP 16 2:09pm Flood area in Ang Thong expanded. Bang Plakod sub-district lately submerged after the dike collapsed
SEP 16 2:03pm Overflowed water comparison after 1.30hrs behind Thai Chumpon temple, Sukhothai
SEP 16 1:56pm Koh Kha district in Lampang already submerged by 30-150 cm.
SEP 16 13:33pm Lomraed sub-district in Theon district, Lampamg to be concerned, water from Wang river already overflowed
SEP16 Pitsanulok, 200 m length of the road along the riverbank of Narn scoured by river.
SEP16,1200Z Wang River overflowed Kaokhar in Lamparng, 0.8-1.5 m.
SEP16,1129Z Governor of Nontaburee warned people in Kao Kret to be mind the flood.
SEP16,0842Z Seesamrong, Water in Yom river flowed over the bridge to Dhanee (Muang, Sukhothai). Keep warning.
SEP 15 Muang Ek villagers prepare to fight flood, count on dykes along Rangsit canal.
SEP15,12P Flash flood hit many villages in Mae Sin. Gov. ordered to evacuate. Upper Yom river still raining.
SEP14,1643Z RID warned people near Chaopraya riverbank to be prepared for 25-30 cm overflowing.
SEP14 11:13AM Water situation update, it’s expected to reach BKK in 10 days
SEP14,1134Z NDWC(ศภช.) warned land slide & flash flood might occur in many areas of Upper North on weekend.
SEP14,1144Z The basin of Chaopraya river in Ang Thong being affected by drainage.
SEP14,1404Z AngThong, Flood spreads wide, people on evacuation.
SEP 13 Nonthaburi and Pathum Thani residents severely hit by floods last year face the prospects of being battered by another deluge this year if there are torrential rains, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said.
SEP13,0713Z Flood on the way, three days reaches Bangrakam
SEP 13 12:00pm Chainat, Singburi, Angthong and Ayutthaya be prepared for the flood
SEP 13 1:54pm Water from Noi river, tributary of Chao Phraya overflows the Ban Pan Market in Sena district, Ayutthaya
SEP13 Bangkok Yai prepared for flood, 19 pumpers set in Bang Yai canal.
SEP 13 10:13pm Raod under Udomsuk BTS station also flooded
SEP12 The Fine Arts estimated the dyke, which protected Watchaiwattanaram Ayudhya would be done tomorrow.
11/09/2012: The water level in the city of Sukhothai, a few kilometers from the ruins of the ancient capital of the kings of Siam, continued to rise and reached on 11 September, 1 meter 30, a day after the breakdown of basic dykes protection. Despite assurances from the President of the Management Board floods Plodprasob Surawasdee, saying the flood level had stabilized, the water continued to rush through a gap of about ten meters wide at the base of the wall anti-flood protection Sukhothai.
In Phetchabun province, about 250 kilometers to the east of Sukhothai, the Ping River overflowed and water flowed nine villages in the district Lomsak at the foot of the mountain of Khao Khor
In Suphanburi province, 120 kilometers north of Bangkok, Tha Chin River burst its banks and flooded communities in the chief town of province and district of Bang Pla Ma and Song Phi Nong
Torrential rain in Ayutthaya province, 80 kilometers north of Bangkok have damaged thousands of rai of crops in the district of Pak Hai. Noi River overflowed inundating several villages along a height of 30 to 50 cm in this district.
Lampang governor, Tawatchai Terdpaothai, said the disaster zones covers 81 sub-districts in the province seat — Mae Mo, Mae Tha, Mueang Pan, Wang Nuea, Ngao, and Chae Hom districts.
Over 15,000 residents were affected by last week’s natural disasters. Another 150 households and one school were impacted by flashflood Saturday.