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Where to stay near Silom

Exploring Silom

Silom is south of Sukhumvit and more upmarket, having some of the city's best hotels and an altogether nicer atmosphere. Silom is Thailand’s equivalent to Wall Street and is recognisable by its skyscrapers bearing the names of various financial institutions. Silom and Sathorn roads are interesting and non-sleazy by day and come alive at night with an array of excellent restaurants on the main street and the infamous Patpong market and sex area.

Accommodation near Silom

Bangkok’s places of interest and leisure are so widespread that many of the areas in the city represent a good location to stay. Recommended accommodation include the Mandarin Hotel Managed by Centre Point, Pullman Bangkok Hotel G and Glow Trinity Silom.

Sightseeing near Silom

The decadent Sri Mariamman Temple is located in this area. This colorful Hindu temple was built in the 1860s by Tamil immigrants and features a 6m facade of intertwined, full-colour Hindu deities. A few blocks away, is the visitor's perfect refuge for some peace and nature. Lumpini Park has paths for runners, an artificial lake, plenty of green areas and also showcases concerts on Sundays.

Transportation near Silom

Bangkok’s public transport network is its pride and joy, with its BTS Skytrain covering most of the downtown district, with stations close to the majority of attractions. The Bangkok MRT Metro is a subway system that has a wider reach outside the downtown area, and interchanges with the Skytrain at several points. The Airport Rail Link runs from downtown to Suvarnabhumi International Airport. For short journeys by road, there’s the option of tuk-tuks, taxis or motorcycle taxis, but the city’s horrendous traffic problems make the Skytrain or metro the best ways to get around.

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