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When it comes to business travel, Bangkok would definitely be the ideal place for a break from the daily office routine. Being one of the most popular business destinations in Asia, Bangkok is the home to the Stock Exchange of Thailand with over 350+ listed companies in several diversified sectors. To top it all it’s also the country’s financial headquarters.
Thailand offers great opportunity for business visitors to converge in their state of the art facilities available throughout the city, thereby taking full pursuit of things the dazzling city has to offer. From fine dining and clubs to uniquely structured Thai spas, meditation and golf courses are one of the many dozen courses one can find around the capital city of Bangkok. Therefore there is no doubt that Bangkok is home to some of the popular business hotels in the world including AVANI Riverside Bangkok Hotel.
A business hotel in Bangkok often features modern and spacious meeting rooms and business centres. On a short stay don’t miss out on the Grand Palace and Temple of the Emerald Buddha and an unforgettable journey down the river to Phra Chan. End your day refreshed at the rooftop Ambrosia Bar, where you can sip cocktail while watching the sunset over the river and Grand Stupa of Wat Arun.
The Thai capital may seem to be a sprawling mass of shimmering skyscrapers and moving metal, but once you step out on to the street you cannot miss the purity in heart and the Buddhist soul, for which the city is named ‘City of Angels’ revealing a head spinning contrast. Bangkok was the new capital now reigned by the Chakra Dynasty and the city has expanded to encompass more than 10 million people to become the south East Asia business crown.
Roland Lefevre is a travel writer who specializes in creating features on leisure as well as business travel destinations across the globe.