Bai Yulou is known as the tallest building in Thailand. The buffet on the 75th floor is rich and delicious. You can also overlook the scenery of Bangkok. In addition to prawns, crabs, mussels and other seafood, there are also Japanese sushi, sashimi, sashimi, Thai mango rice and noodles. Tom Yum Goong soup from Southeast Asia, various desserts, juice ice cream.
Lesser known and far the bestLoved this place but the taxi driver found it hard to find. You can get a river boat from the Golden Palace downstream which is what we did on the way back. The smells of all the food hits you first then the sheer vibrancy. Watching people cook your food on the boats was amazing. Fresh shrimp stew 80baht wow.
ExcellentThey are still maintaining their god standards. Really great. There were lots of choices. I really like their international dinner buffet also and going there, whenever I go to Bangkok.
interesting boat ridethis is a MUST do activity--it starts EARLY - but worth getting up- you can shop on the water in the boat-BARTER for your price. -- they sell food and coconut jucie from the shells and beer--
interesting day tripLong drive from Bangkok City. We took private tour van, 1 1/2 hour drive. Had chance to see countryside on way to site. Fun boat trip on canal. If staying in Bangkok at least 5 days, trip is good value. Otherwise, too far from city.
Be prepared!Loved the market, but of course it is overpriced and so commercialised. One gets the impression it is in Bangkok. It is not!! It took a good three hours to get there in a cramped mini bus with other tourists, and after we were forced to go round jewellery shops and other places where the travel your agents get commission. Its an all sayer, even though we asked for the half day trip. Colourful market though and worth it if you are prepared for all of the above.