Best Places to Stay in Bangkok

Best Locations to Stay in Bangkok

One of the top tourist and cultural destinations in the world, Bangkok welcomes many visitors each year. Looking for a good place to live in the city? With's extensive selection of serviced flats, explore the best choices. We provide large, fully furnished apartments in Bangkok with all the top conveniences you want. Our apartments are also situated in prominent city areas, close to popular tourist attractions, transit hubs, and commercial areas. When you stay with us in Bangkok, you can anticipate the comfort and convenience of serviced accommodations, together with the seclusion. offers affordable rates for both short-term and long-term stays.

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Some of the best areas that are ideal for tourists to stay in Bangkok are Siam Square, Riverside, Khao San, Sukhumvit, and Silom.

Typically, Bangkok is more expensive than the other cities of Thailand, but it is a very budget-friendly tourist destination.

Rattanakosin, Siam and Riverside are some of the safest areas in Bangkok where you can stay.

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The Best Area to Stay In Bangkok

The following are some of the best areas to stay in Bangkok. 

  • Sukhumvit- If the backpacking culture does not interest you, check out Sukhumvit's attractions. The neighbourhood's proximity to transportation options is one of its advantages. Sukhumvit is one of the most well-liked neighbourhoods in Bangkok for lodging because it is so close to the BTS  Line.
  • Silom- The city's financial district is located in Silom, which is also a fantastic area to stay in Bangkok because it offers plenty of fantastic shopping, some of the finest parks in the area, and a wide variety of top-notch dining options.
  • Riverside- Take a short trip across the Chao Phraya River to explore Bangkok's Riverside, one of the greatest areas to stay. This area also has a touch of nostalgia.

Best Area in Bangkok for Sightseeing

People who want to lodge close to the city's most popular tourist attractions can choose from several neighbourhoods in Bangkok. These are the following:

  • Khao San- Although Khao San is the most well-known street in Bangkok, most of the residents there are young backpackers on tight budgets. It is located close to Kaho San Road, Golden Mount Temple, Democracy Monument, Jay Fai Restaurant, Giant Swing, River Ferry and Bangkok National Museum. 
  • Riverside- This place in Bangkok is very scenic and beautiful mostly with glittering temples and shrines. If you are staying here you have easy access to Royal Grand Palace, Wat Arun, Flower Market, Wat Phra Kaeo, Wat Pho, Icon Siam and Asiatique. You can hire a longboat or take a ferry. 
  • Silom Area- One of the nicest areas to stay in Bangkok is Silom, which is known as the financial centre of Bangkok. From here you can visit Patpong Night Market, Lumphini Park, Charoen Krung Road and Rooftop Bars. 

Best Area in Bangkok for Shopping

Bangkok is one of the most popular shopping destinations in Asia with multiple shopping options. Some of the popular areas for shopping include:

  • Siam Square- In essence, Siam Square serves as the centre of coolness, a place for personal expression where trends emerge and are shaped. Street sellers have recently been replaced by new malls, yet there are countless passageways to explore. 
  • Pratunam- The wholesale fashion sector of Bangkok, known to locals as Pratunam, is where streetwear meets bizarre fashion and the trends of tomorrow. Shopping here is enjoyable because there is a wide variety of low-cost accessories available to dress you from head to toe. The air-conditioned malls are across the main street from the old wholesale market, which is outside near the Indra and Baiyoke Sky Hotels.
  • Sampeng Lane- While exploring the numerous small streets, you can come across a market, a backstreet lined with shophouses, or a bustling area crammed with hawkers of all kinds. Along with numerous gold shops, you may also find martial art weapons, sequins, feather boas, roasted chestnuts, and sequins.

Best Places in Bangkok for Families

If you visit Bangkok with your family, these are some of the places that are ideal for your stay. 

  • Lower Sukhumvit- Lower Sukhumvit has developed into a great spot to stay in the city with family over the past few years thanks to the construction of so many new hotels and other changes. You can quickly get around the city while making use of a comfortable, spacious hotel that frequently has a significantly lower price than other regions in the city thanks to its proximity to the SkyTrain.
  • Chit Lom- If your budget permits, Chit Lom (and Phloen Chit), a neighbourhood on Sukhumvit, is one of the nicer places to stay with family. Right in the centre of the city, next to the Sukhumvit BTS-Line, is where you are. It's one of the city's more affluent neighbourhoods, and one of the many towers houses some of the top names in the hospitality sector. 

Best Area in Bangkok for Food and Restaurants

If you love food and want to experience authentic local food or the best international cuisines, then these are the best places for you:

  • Chinatown- Chinatown in Bangkok, also referred to as Yaowarat is home to several street food sellers and small eateries. With seafood and grilled meat, dim sum, noodle soup, fried rice, curry and many other dishes, you'll find a terrific blend of Thai and Chinese classics here. 
  • Phahurat- Phahurat is also known as Little India in Bangkok. People who enjoy authentic Indian cuisine should undoubtedly visit this area, which is popular for its textile shops. Despite its modest size, the neighbourhood is home to some outstanding curry restaurants.

Best Area in Bangkok for Nightlife

Your Bangkok trip cannot be completed without exploring its vibrant nightlife. Head to the following places for experiencing the buzzing nightlife:

  • RCA- The most well-liked nightlife destination in Bangkok is called RCA (Royal City Avenue). After 10 o'clock on most nights, the clubs at the northern end of the avenue are filled. At Route66 Club, a sizable club divided into several zones devoted to hip hop, EDM, and live Thai music, you can locate the core of the celebration. 
  • Sukhumvit Soi 11- The emergence of some charming rooftop bars, posh bistros, and trendy nightclubs helped this area's nightlife gradually overcome its once unsavoury reputation. The road offers a festive atmosphere and a good selection of drinking establishments. 

Best Places in Bangkok for First Timers

If you are visiting Bangkok for the first time, these are the places where you should stay:

  • Siam Square- With numerous sizable malls, including CentralWorld, Siam Paragon, and MBK Centre, that can accommodate a range of tastes and price ranges, it is regarded as the centre of contemporary Bangkok and a shopping paradise. 
  • Khao San- The Khao San district has historically been a haven for backpackers, but there are many things to do there as well as several excellent mid-range hotels. It's one of the more affordable neighbourhoods in Bangkok and is close to a lot of cultural sites. 

Best Places to Stay in Bangkok for Tourists

Here are some of the best places for tourists to stay:

  • Riverside- Numerous distinctive neighbourhoods make up the Riverside region, which is home to many of Bangkok's top hotels. Siam Square's shopping is a significant distance away from here, but if you remain close to the Skytrain, it's pretty manageable. 
  • Siam Square- The markets, shopping, and closeness to the Skytrain are all fantastic in the Siam Square/Sukhumvit neighbourhood. In Sukhumvit, there are many fantastic restaurants available in a variety of settings and price points.