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Saphan Khwai

This interesting corner of the city is just north of Central Bangkok and is slightly quieter than the usual hotspots.

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Ekamai

Ekamai is at the quieter end of Sukhumvit Road, but there is still plenty to do and you'll never be far from the action.

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Nana

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Nana is densely populated with countless bars and clubs catering for everything from a quiet drink to an evening of debauch. This area has some great eating too - Indian, Kebabs, Italian and munch more!

What's in your neighbourhood?

Know Your Neighbourhood

Bangkok is made up of hundreds of districts, many of which you'll never see because, well, there's not much to see.

 

However, there are many different neighbourhoods in Bangkok that tend to suit different people. Some like it quiet, while others want to be right in the heart of the action.

 

Before you book your trip to Bangkok, check out some of these neighbourhoods to see what your options are from local hotels, restaurants, bars and transport links to the rest of the city.

 

Here's your chance to get a better understanding of the area you are thinking of staying in, or perhaps we can suggest a better area that suits you, your trip and your budget.

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Pratunam (Phaya Thai)

The surrounding area to Phaya Thai BTS station is great for people unfamiliar with Bangkok. There is a range of places to stay, and there are excellent transport links in and out of the city.

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Rachawong

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Khao San Road

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Thanon Silom

The world famous Silom Road is surprisingly small and can be walked in around 25 minutes. This area is home to Patpong and has a Chinese overspill from Chinatown.

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