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Bangkok, the capital of Thailand is a bustling metropolis that sees more visitors each year than any other city in the world. A number of neighbourhoods are becoming noticeably trendy and popular with tourists, for example, Sathorn; hotels in this district are known to be among the most exclusive in the city. It is centrally located and ideal for first time and returning visitors. A smart choice for either a business or leisure traveller is Anantara Bangkok Sathorn, with panoramic views of the surroundings; it exudes the true essence of the stylish area in which it is located.
The land of iconic temples, gilded statues, floating markets and exotic food is now gaining popularity for its vibrant nightlife. The city comes alive after sunset with colourful lights and a party atmosphere. Nightclubs are mushrooming in all parts of the city to cater to tourists and locals every night of the week. Open air bars are taking over the rooftops of high rise buildings and giving party goers a chance to literally, climb to new heights. There are also options for visitors seeking a quieter night out. A dinner cruise on the Chao Praya River or River of King’s is an elegant way to tour the temples, palaces and other cultural sites; while savouring some authentic Thai cuisine. Cultural shows are a must for those with an interest in history while jazz bars, that are cropping up to form yet another sub culture, provide Western style entertainment. Shopping malls and retailers are also getting in on the after dark action by keeping their doors open late and the ever growing number of night markets sells everything from street food to high fashion clothing.
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