Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Amazing Thailand Trip -- Baiyoke Sky Hotel

Baiyoke Sky Hotel Bangkok is not only the tallest hotel in Thailand but also in Southeast Asia. It’s strategically located in the heart of Bangkok along some other shopping malls. This 88-storey hotel has a 360 degrees revolving deck overlooking at the colorful city skyline of Bangkok. The top of the observation deck is decorated with colorful LED lights. Aside from its 673 guest rooms, it has also restaurant, bar, boutique and museum. The prestigious hotel is one of the modern tourist attractions in Thailand. Entrance fee is 300 Baht & if you want to enjoy the sumptuous foods at their restaurant, you may pay 900 Baht per head for the buffet. 
At the entrance of Baiyoke Sky Hotel
Baiyoke Sky is a sweet escape in Bangkok
At the lobby
Hot air balloon replica at the museum
The famous Thai bicycle at the museum
The tuktuk at the musem
The old sewing machine at the museum
The river market replica
Thai masks
Rooftop Bar
Enjoying the view from the rooftop bar
Chillin' at the rooftop bar with the free complimentary drinks & popcorn
Rooftop bar's ambiance is perfect for those who are in love
Or even just for hangin' out
At the entrance of the revolving deck
The view from revolving deck
City lights captured at the revolving deck
The Bangkok colorful highway at night as viewed from the revolving deck
Dancing city lights of Bangkok as seen from the revolving deck
Bangkok's super highway viewed from above
Some nearby establishments as seen from the deck
Enjoying the cold air & the magnificent view from the revolving deck
Eye candy LED lights add colors to the revolving deck




2 comments:

  1. Sky Hotel provides both company and pleasurable tourists, and if you notify them beforehand about which you strategy to do, they will be more than satisfied to go out of their way to create sure your remain is second to none.

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  2. Hi Portillo! I am so honored that you dropped by at my humble blog. I want to explore more places. I hope I could visit Chile, visit your ski resort and stay in one of your hotels there one of these days. That would be fun! Thanks again!:)

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