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Top 10 attractions in Sukhumvit – Details of Sukhumvit’s touristy appeal

Sukhumvit is popular among families, expats, backpackers and affluent travellers. The shopping malls, accommodation and nightlife hotspots detail the appeal of Sukhumvit to the tourist.


Terminal 21 Bangkok

With a unique theme that manifest several cities under one roof, Terminal 21 Bangkok is a shopping mall found in Asok. The streets of Tokyo City, London's Carnaby Street, and an Istanbul Souk are perfectly recreated at Terminal 21 Bangkok. Tourists can also enjoy a range of seafood dishes at the like-version of Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco. The shopping mall has nine floors and all of which are designed in the image of different locations in the world.


Soi Cowboy

Located closely to the Asok BTS Skytrain Station, Soi Cowboy is a red-light district found in Sukhumvit. It is named after the person who opened the first bar in the region. The alleyway has a calm ambience which is what most tourists find to their liking. There are bars and restaurants where you can sit and have a drink. There's no requirement for an entrance fee; however, there's a requirement for an open mind.


Baan Kamthieng House Museum

This is a refurbished teak house located just outside Asok. Bann Kamthieng House Museum is surrounded by modern structures, but it does nothing to tamper with the rustic feeling the place exudes. The display found at the museum provides visitors with insight on traditional Thai life. If you fancy learning about a country's history, you must visit Baan Kamthieng House Museum.


Erawan Museum

This is one of the most famous Thai museums known for its giant three-headed elephant art display. Inside the colossal sculpture is a collection of ancient religious artefacts and many antiquities. Tourists staying at a place like Avani Sukhumvit Bangkok Hotel are offered a tour to the museum.


Benjasiri Park

The park displays some of the best sculpture work in the country; the centrepiece fountain is the main highlight, and it pays tribute to the master sculptor Misiem Yipintsoi. The park has outdoor sports facilities which include a tennis court, a swimming pool, a skating rink and a basketball court. The park is close to the Emporium shopping mall and the Phrom Phong BTS Skytrain Station. Visitors are also able to find a Sukhumvit hotel nearby.


Flight Experience Bangkok

If you have kids who dream of becoming pilots one day, you should definitely take them to Flight Experience Bangkok. The place works as a simulation flight centre for those who like themselves an immersive experience. The experience includes a check-in process, a pre-flight briefing and meeting your first officer. You get to wear real aircraft headsets and strap in with a 5-point seat harness.



Found on the 5th floor of Gateway Ekamai Shopping Mall, Kidzoona is loved by both kids and adults. This is an excellent place for kids with unlimited energy; they are offered inflatable rides, a soft play area, a merry go round, trikes and trucks. However, if you've got teens, there are arcades games they can enjoy.


Benjakitti Park

Spanning over 208,000 meters, Benjakitti Park is located in front of the Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre. The park borders the Lake Ratchada forming a narrow green swathe; it also has jogging and bicycle tracks. The park is beautifully outlined with colourful flowers and well-maintained plant life. With the impressive half-circle courtyard and fountains, Benjakitti Park makes for a perfect picnic spot.


Funarium Indoor Playground

On the outside, it looks like a warehouse, but the inside is a space filled with attractions meant for kids. Funarium Indoor Playground offers a baking station, sand and water area, a soft play area, and a crafts centre.


Ardel's Third Place Gallery

The gallery displays the artworks of contemporary artists in Bangkok. Ardel's Third Place Gallery is also host to many events. The place is open from Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm.