26 Sep 2019 - 27 Sep 2019

2 guests - 1 room

With its colourfully chaotic streets, eye-popping megamalls and hopping nightlife, the whole of Bangkok is a spectacular treat for the senses. The capital of Thailand is no stranger to tourists all around the world, for a diverse plethora of reasons - from the tongue-tingling local ‘tom yum’ flavours to the amazing shopping districts (including markets that float), painfully good Thai massages to historic architecture.

To make the most of your Bangkok vacation, though, staying in the right place is key. From the non-stop shopping excitement of Sukhumvit, the sparkling buildings of financial district Silom, to the historic attractions of the Old City Khaosan, find your best accommodation fit in Bangkok with Skyscanner.

Where to stay

For those in need of retail therapy

Shopaholic at heart? Well, you really can’t get a better vacation in Bangkok than if you were staying in Sukhumvit, Bangkok’s famed shopping district. You’ll be absolutely spoilt for choice here - from the sparkling malls of Terminal 21, EmQuartier and W District Community Mall to the grungier Sukhumvit Street Market and much much more. Besides that, Sukhumvit is also full to bursting with everything entertainment; you’ll be able to find top-rated clubs, bars, restaurants and luxury hotels all in one fabulous district.

For the business travelers

But if you’re going to Bangkok for business, then staying in the fancy financial district Silom makes the most practical sense. You’ll be able to find the offices of many of Bangkok’s biggest companies here, along with numerous bank headquarters. But that doesn’t mean you’re not going to have any fun - at night, the suits come off and Silom transforms into a nightlife haven in the blink of an eye. You’ll be able to hang out and network at the hopping bars and pubs just round the corner, and even take a quick peek into the red light district of Patpong if you’re so inclined. Hotels, from the luxurious to the basic, are a dime a dozen here.

For the backpackers

If you’re in Bangkok for the amazing historic architecture and just need a cheap roof over your head, the Old City (or Khaosan) is for you. A hotbed of all of Bangkok’s most iconic historic landmarks, you’ll be able to access Wat Pho, the Grand Palace, the Museum of Siam, Wat Saket and others on foot. And the best part? Khaosan Road, a 1-kilometre stretch of backpacker para-dise. Budget hotels, guesthouses, hostels plus street hawkers, a night market, internet cafes, bars, pubs and much more, all on one street. Need we say more?

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Allen Willcox
Allen Willcox

Why a great place. The foods great, the people are kind and there are so many hidden gems throughout the city

Atika Purnama
Atika Purnama

One of the best place for shopping and see asian history and try delicious and extreme food

Justin  Ozzy
Justin Ozzy

Every part of Thailand amazing and beautiful happy to go there again and run my business

Mathias Läubli
Mathias Läubli

Bangkok is the next generation of modern cities, emerging from a sprawl into a clean and vibrant futuristic super-city.


The least expensive month is October, with an average of RM 240 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Bangkok is September, with an average price of RM 293 per night.
The average price of a hotel in September last year was RM 240 per night. This is 9% less than the average nightly price of RM 263 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Bangkok, the expected average temperature in September is 29.0°C/84.1°F. The warmest month is typically April, which averages 35.3°C/95.5°F. The coolest month is December, with temperatures averaging 22.0°C/71.6°F.
The nearest airport to Bangkok is Don Mueang (DMK) (21.48km). Other nearby airports include: Bangkok Suvarnabhumi (27.74km)

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