Bangkok Serviced Apartments For Rent

Top Furnished Apartments in Bangkok

A bustling metropolis, a futuristic city filled with rich culture and heritage, the capital of Thailand is one of the most traveled tourist destinations in South-East Asia. When you travel to this colorful capital city, staying in fully furnished serviced apartments is most suitable to enjoy your vacation to the fullest.

Best Serviced Apartments in Bangkok for Travelers

Offering all basic and luxurious amenities, these furnished apartments in Bangkok are ideal for business or leisure. With finer furnishing, elegant interior, high-speed WiFi, concierge services, flat-screen TV, and much more, these serviced apartments in Bangkok are designed to provide a comfortable vacation experience.  

Benefits of Furnished Apartments in Bangkok 

Serviced apartments are preferred by most travelers nowadays as you get an entire place to yourself. These fully furnished apartments are a great alternative to rentals as you don’t need to go through any hassle of paperwork, agreement, or agency fees. Even if you are traveling to a new city for a week or few days, serviced apartments can be better compared to a hotel room as you get an entire place with ample space and privacy. These apartments come with a fully equipped kitchen, a separate dining area, and all the other facilities you might need during your stay. 

Corporate Apartments in Bangkok

The Thai capital is one of the major business and financial hubs of Southeast Asia. While you travel to this futurist modern city, staying in fully furnished corporate housing in Bangkok is a must. With all amenities you get in a five-star hotel room and much more, these serviced apartments are filled with everything you need. Separate bedrooms for your privacy and comfort, designated work area, high-speed WiFi connectivity, and onsite meeting rooms or private lounges, these apartments are just what you need for a worry-free successful business trip. 

Holiday Apartments in Bangkok 

Traveling with your loved ones means space, privacy, and safety. If you are planning to travel to a bustling capital city, one of our holiday apartments in Bangkok is all you need to enjoy your vacation. A fully modular kitchen with all smart appliances, separate dining, and living area, large flat-screen TV, entertainment unit and much more, these serviced apartments are apt for a family or group of friends. Centrally located close to all major tourist spots, you can travel to any part of this city within a few minutes if you decide to stay with us.

Where to Stay in Bangkok 

All of our furnished apartments in Bangkok are strategically located close to tourist spots, business hubs, and important parts of the city. Pick a neighborhood based on your purpose of visit to Bangkok. Here are some of the best neighborhood to stay in Bangkok: 

  • Sukhumvit: This bustling neighborhood of Bangkok is centrally located and quite popular among tourists. 
  • Sathorn: Housing some of the best restaurants and bars in the city, this is a happening area in Bangkok. 
  • Siam: The shopping district of Bangkok, Siam is filled with glittering malls and shopping centers. 
  • Chinatown: This is the old part of the city with the best street food and antique shops.
  • Silom: Popular among corporate and business travelers, Silom is the prime business and financial district of Bangkok. 
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Facts About Bangkok 

Bangkok is all about a modern and futuristic lifestyle with a strong base of culture and tradition. Here are some facts about this capital city: 

  • Bangkok has the longest city name in the world. The original name of the city consists of 169 characters which is quite a task to pronounce. The full name is “Krungthepmahanakhon Amonrattanakosin Mahinthara Yutthaya Mahadilok Phop Noppharat Ratchathani Burirom Udom Ratchaniwet Mahasathan Amonphiman Awatansathit Sakkathattiya Witsanukamprasit”.
  • Although the city is known to the world as Bangkok, the locals prefer to refer to it as Krung Thep. 
  • According to the World Meteorological Organisation, Bangkok is the third hottest city in the world by mean average. 
  • Bangkok’s Chinatown is the world’s biggest Chinatown and also houses the World’s largest gold Buddha statue. 
  • ‘Sawadee Krap/Kaa’ is one of the most common and popular phrases used there, which means hello or greetings. This phrase was introduced in the 1930s by a professor at Chulalongkorn University. 

Cost of Living in Bangkok

Bangkok is quite affordable when it comes to food, stay, and traveling in and around the city. Consumer prices in Bangkok are 40%  lower than in London and 47% lower than in New York. You can buy a good meal in a mid-range restaurant for around 20 USD. The average cost of living for a couple in Bangkok is approximately 50 to 60 USD. 

Tips for Visiting Bangkok 

Bangkok, also known as The City of Angles is one of the most welcoming city is in the world. You will find locals extremely very helpful and kind, however, following some basic etiquette might help you during your travel. Ask for permission before taking pictures of locals, avoid PDA and say ‘wai’ (hello) and greet people with a smile. Though all of our serviced apartments in Bangkok have Wifi connectivity, take a local sim card as soon as you land in Bangkok as this might be helpful during traveling. 

Things to Do in Bangkok 

Q. What are some free things to do in Bangkok?

Here are some free things to do in Bangkok: 

  • Explore Bangkok’s green spaces like Lumpini Park or Benjakiti Park
  • Explore the happening Khao San Road
  • Visit the Pak Khlong Talad flower market
  • Explore Ko Kret Island
  • Attend a free concert at Lumpini Park
  • Go to an art gallery or museum where there is no entry fee, like Contemporary Art in Bangkok (MOCA)

Q. Does Bangkok have many romantic attractions?

Here are some romantic things to do in Bangkok:

  • Take a longtail boat ride on the Chaophraya River
  • Go for a couple massage therapy 
  • Take a traditional cooking class 
  • Pray to the God of Love in Trimurti Shrine
  • Go for a dinner cruise

Q. What are the most family-friendly things to do in Bangkok?

Here are the most family-friendly things to do in Bangkok: 

  • Siam Ocean World & Safari World
  • Chao Phraya River Cruise
  • Chatuchak Weekend Market
  • Museum of Siam
  • Lumpini Park

Q. What are the more unusual things to do in Bangkok?

Here are the more unusual things to do in Bangkok: 

  • Visit Erawan Museum
  • Go to the Papaya Vintage Shop
  • Explore The Siriraj Medical Museum
  • Goddess Tuptim Shrine
  • Take a canal tour to explore the old city
  • Visit Pak Khlong Talad Flower Market

Places to Visit in Bangkok 

One of the most popular travel destinations in the world, Bangkok has something to offer everyone, be it a honeymoon couple, a solo backpacker, or a family with kids. Bangkok has a long list of unmatched tourist attractions that it is difficult to see and experience all in a short duration trip. A few of the best tourist attractions in Bangkok are: 

Safari World: This famous zoo is divided into two parts, Safari Park and Marine Park. Safari Park is an open African wilderness setup that offers the ultimate safari experience. The jungle cruise and dolphin shows are a must-see if you are traveling with kids. 

Ocean World: The Siam Ocean World has one of the largest aquariums in Thailand that features some rare marine life. This aquatic wonderland is a must-visit especially if you have kids traveling with you. 

Wat Arun Temple: One of the famous landmarks of Bangkok, Wat Arun is a Buddhist temple located on the bank of the Chao Phraya River. This temple is also known as The Temple of Dawn. A culturally significant place in Bangkok and a great place for some great pictures, Wat Arun Temple is worth a visit.   

Dusit Zoo: This is Thailand’s first zoo and also known as Khao Din. You can take a 20 minutes tram ride and decide your interest area to explore as this place is huge and there are more than 1600 animals to see.

Wat Pho Temple: Also known as Temple of the Reclining Buddha, Wat Pho Temple is a major tourist attraction in Bangkok. This place is regarded as the birthplace of traditional Thai massage. The majestic 46 meters long buddha statue makes this place a must-visit when in Bangkok. 

The Grand Palace: Located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, this magnificent building is a popular tourist spot in the heart of Bangkok. An amalgamation of Thai and European architecture this place holds a great cultural and historical significance in Bangkok. 

Places to Eat in Bangkok 

A food lover’s paradise, your Bangkok trip is definitely not completed without exploring the culinary experience the city offers. From Michelin star restaurants to street food, there are thousands of options to explore in Bangkok. Here are some of the best restaurants to eat in Bangkok: 

Benjarong: Serving traditional Thai cuisine with a refined taste, and barbeque presentation, this is one of the top restaurants in Bangkok. 

Thai Lao Yeah: This restaurant features panels made of century-old timber that gives an antique look. You can enjoy some of the best Laos and northern Thai cuisines here. 

Paste: Traditional ancient dishes with a modern touch, this place is run by a Thai-Australian chef duo. 

Nahm: This is a Thai fine-dine place that serves sophisticated local flavourful cuisines. 

Soul Food Mahanakorn: This restaurant elevates Thai dishes with better ingredients and serves some of the outstanding dishes.  

Street Food in Bangkok 

Exploring the street food of Bangkok is definitely one of the must-dos. There are more than 500,000 street vendors in Bangkok offering some of the best and tempting dishes. Here are some of the popular street food places in Bangkok: 

  • Jay Fai, the first Michelin star street food vendor for guay tiew pad kee mow (drunken noodles)
  • Lim Lao San for fierce fishball noodle soup
  • Kway Tiew for pork noodles 
  • Singapore Boiled Rice for Hainanese chicken
  • Mit Ko Yuan for naam liap moo (fried rice and Chinese olives)
  • Hea’ Sa for satay

Shopping in Bangkok 

Shopping is an important part of any vacation and Bangkok having a few of the best shopping experiences attracts a lot of people. A few of these popular shopping places in Bangkok are: 

  • Damnoen Saduak Floating Market for a unique shopping experience
  • Chatuchak Market with 8000 stalls selling clothes, jewelry, plants, furniture, food, and much more
  • Terminal 21 Shopping mall with 9 storeys that has everything under one roof
  • Chinatown for antiques, souvenir, gold, and old Thai heritage experience
  • Patpong Night Market for a unique night shopping experience
  • Platinum Shopping Mall for good deals in clothing and accessories 
  • Pratunam Market for street fashion shopping 
  • Central World and The Emporium malls for luxurious shopping 
  • Siam Paragon for latest tech gadgets 
  • MBK for affordable authentic and knock-off items

Transportation in Bangkok

Bangkok has a great public transport system. With the elevated BTS Train, MRT Metro services, taxis, tuk-tuks, and cab rentals, there are multiple options depending on where you want to travel. The BTS train connects Silom, Sukhumvit, and Siam Square and the MRT metro is a great option to travel from Silom to Sukhumvit. You can take a daily pass to avail of both these transport systems. Tuk-tuk is also quite popular in Bangkok and usually used to cover small distances.  

Weather in Bangkok 

Bangkok has a tropical monsoon climate so the weather is humid most of the time. December to February is the best time to visit Bangkok as the weather is comparatively cool and stays around 20 degrees celsius. November to March is the peak season for tourists. March to May is the hottest month of Bangkok but if you wish to experience the Thai New Year celebration, then this is the time. May to October is comparatively less popular months among tourists as it rains frequently.