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Top Attractions in Sukhumvit – The Best of Bangkok

Vibrant Sukhumvit Road is popular for its shopping, nightlife and food. A must visit district when touring exotic Bangkok Sukhumvit road has much to offer. Following is a guide of the best attractions.


Dinosaur Planet Theme Park

Dinosaur Planet is a theme park that showcases a variety of the fascinating creatures. Marvel at the sight of the ferocious T-Rex or discover a pack of the cunning Velociraptors. Mind you these are all life size models – totalling about 200 in all. Ideal for impressing and keeping young members of the family fascinated and occupied the park is located within the Phrom Phong district of Sukhumvit.


Terminal 21

This is a must for all holiday shopaholics; Terminal 21 is a fabulous concept bringing together world famous cities under one roof. Join the crowds as you explore Tokyo City, haggle over a bargain at an exotic Istanbul Souk or stock up on some high end brands at shops on London's Carnaby Street. Not limited to just shopping the place is also a foodie's haven offering exotic tastes and delectable dishes from across the world. For instance you can treat your taste buds to the delights of Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco before exploring the balance 9 floors complete with over 500 shops.


Flow Rider

A fabulous venue for loads of family fun Flow Rider is a beach club home to an artificial wave. Head over to the fun park to cool off and have loads of fun. Learn a new sport if you are not already familiar with flowriding; it is a simple sport which is a combination of surfing and wakeboarding where a stream of water is pumped up an inflatable ramp. Kids can be seen getting into the action with the aid of bodyboards while adults soon learn the art of balancing and surfing the artificial wave.


Baan Kamthieng House Museum

This beautifully serene and tranquil museum is quite interestingly located in the busy Asoke district. The renovated teak wood house is straight out of a traditional Thai village. Located quite close to the Emporium Suites by Chatrium this museum is a must visit for a dose of local culture. The recreated house is displayed with a number of traditional equipment of a typical Northern Thai rural house and will prove to be an interesting browse for all culture buffs.



Sukhumvit is not just a great venue for securing accommodation at the best luxury hotel Bangkok has to offer; the place is also a great entertainment venue for the whole family. Kidzoona will certainly appeal to the youngest members of your group; locate on the 5th floor of the Gateway Mall the place is home to cushioned slides, merry go rounds and plenty of cars and trucks to keep the young tykes occupied.


Soi Cowboy

Soi Cowboy is one of the most popular nightlife venues in Sukhumvit. It is a red light district that has a holiday vibe to it; opened in 1970 by an African American – wearing a cowboy hat – hence the name the district has grown in leaps and bounds to attract a variety of tourists out for some vibrant fun in Bangkok.