Things you must experience in Sukhumvit – Must-dos for your itinerary

Drop by at Sukhumvit for an adventurous time. This exclusive part of Bangkok has a number of experiences waiting to appeal to you. Here are a few top things for you to do!

Terminal 21

One of Bangkok’s coolest malls, there are numerous interesting shops, restaurants, leisure options and so much more in a setting that is truly global. Each level of this mall represents a different international destination, and it is styled after an airport. Less than 30 minutes from Avani Sukhumvit Bangkok Hotel, this spot is not hard to reach!

Wpcpey, Terminal 21 Atrium 2018, CC BY-SA 4.0

The markets

Not too far from many a Sukhumvit hotel, the markets that Thailand is famous for is a must to visit. Make your way past the street vendors from Soi 1 to Soi 20. You’ll find that the prices here are generally cheaper than usual when compared to other famous markets in the city.

Spa treatments

Home to a plethora of luxury spa treatments, you’re given the chance to unwind and relax. Make sure you try at least a reflexology foot massage.

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Feast away

With a number of restaurants serving cuisine from around the world, you’ll be able to satisfy all your cravings. You can go on an extremely fun food adventure when you’re there.


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Sukhumvit Travel Guide – The most popular tourist spot in Bangkok

Sukhumvit is the most popular tourist destination which has a vibrant nightlife and is home to some of the best restaurants and bars in Thailand.
Here are some of the best things to do while visiting the city.

Terminal 21

Terminal 21 | Image Credit : Koudkeu, Terminal21 SF2, CC BY-SA 4.0

Terminal 21

This is a shopping mall that has an airport theme which consists of a wide variety of shops and restaurants. Each of the floors is designed to represent famous tourist destinations such as Tokyo, Paris, London and Istanbul and has miniature replicas of its landmarks like the Golden Bridge and Eiffel Tower.


If you’re staying at a Sukhumvit suites hotel similar to that of Somerset Maison Asoke and want to learn more about the day to day life of the locals of Thailand, then visiting one of the animated markets in Sukhumvit is the best way to do it. The market at Soi 1 that offers clothing items, street food and trinkets is a great place to start.

The cuisine

Sukhumvit is a foodies’ paradise that offers both local Thai and international cuisine. There are plenty of eateries ranging from street food vendors to chic fine dine restaurants that serve mouth-watering Indian, Japanese, Chinese, Italian and Mexican cuisine. The flavour palette in Sukhumvit is so wide that it offers something for everyone.

Spa treatment

Getting a relaxing spa is the best way to unwind after a long day of exploring the busy streets of Sukhumvit. While most of the places accommodate walk-in guests its best to plan ahead and make a reservation to avoid disappointment.

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Bangkok on a Budget – The Very Epic Centre of Backpacking

Bangkok has always been considered to be most popular spot for backpacking in Asia. Read on to find out how you can experience all that the city has to offer, on a budget!

How to Get Around

Getting around in Bangkok is relatively easy with several options available. The BTS Skytrain/MRT is fast, reliable and cheap. The boat services which operate on the Chao Phraya River too are worth checking out along with meter taxis. However, the famous Tuk Tuks are just plain expensive! If you do wish to try it, do settle on a price before setting off.

Places to Eat

Ready to feast? Then check out Terminal 21, one of the largest food courts in the city or San Road which offers some of the most mouth-watering Thai dishes. If you are on a quest to taste the best Pad Thai in all of Bangkok, then head over to the legendary Thip Sami Pad Thai restaurant!

Places to stay

On a very strict budget? Then check out Khao San Road or Silom Road for the cheapest accommodation. While it does boast of a festive vibe, it can get overly crowded. Reasonably priced accommodation can be found in Bangkok city hotels including the likes of AVANI Atrium Bangkok as well.

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Image Credit: AVANI Atrium Bangkok

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit Bangkok would be during the Thai New Year which falls between the months of November to late April. However, do be prepared to share the bustling city with millions of other tourists.

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