Area Attractions

As Bangkok is a true tourist paradise with a great variety of attractions and activities, Hyatt Regency Bangkok Sukhumvit is a hub that provides you with an energizing experience when visiting Bangkok. The hotel is within walking distance to several famous shopping malls and entertainment venues. It also provides easy access to many exciting destinations within Bangkok for you to explore with friends and family.

Hyatt Regency Bangkok Sukhumvit

1, Sukhumvit Soi 13 (BTS Nana)
Bangkok, Bangkok Metropolitan, Thailand, 10110



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Terminal 21

Travel the world at this airport-themed lifestyle mall that houses over 600 boutiques, 50 restaurants and an eight-screen Cineplex. Famous for its own inexpensive and delicious food court, Terminal 21 has direct access from the BTS Asok Station, which is only a 500-metre walk from the hotel.

Central World

You can find almost everything at this location, Thailand’s largest lifestyle shopping mall. Not only is it a home for more than 500 boutiques, 100 eateries and cafes, but it also features with numerous entertainment and recreation facilities. Central World is easily reached via the Sky Walk from BTS Chidlom Station.

Big C Supercenter Rajdamri

This large shopping plaza comprises many affordable eateries, shops and a big supermarket. With its ‘Tourists’ Favorites’ zone, you will surely enjoy shopping for some beloved Thai snacks like dried exotic fruits and cooking items as well as some local souvenirs to bring home.

Platinum Fashion Mall

Comprising more than 2,500 shops, this mall is best known for its inexpensive fashion items at wholesale prices. Enjoy this indoor street-market-style shopping venue, located adjacent to Central World.

Em District

Bangkok’s Em District comprises The Emporium, The EmQuartier and The EmSphere. These luxury malls offer a wide range of both international and Thai designer brands. The area also features an open-air garden, six storeys of dining terraces and a five-storey waterfall.

MBK Center

Ranging from clothing, accessories, leather goods, cosmetics, electronic devices to furniture, everything is available here at affordable, competitive prices. Located at the intersection of Rama I and Phayathai Roads, you can easily access via BTS National Stadium Station.

Chatuchak Weekend Market

Not only is this market the largest weekend market in the world, but it is also best known for its extensive range of goods. From over 15,000 vendor stalls, you can find anything from fashion and antiques to art, food and much more. Do not forget to bargain to get your favourite item at the very best price.

Pak Khlong Talat Flower Market

Blooming colours from fresh flowers make this street the liveliest in the area. From orchids to roses, fresh fruits and vegetables and much more are available at this 24-hour fresh-flower market. Bring your camera and hop in a taxi or tuk-tuk to reach this colourful destination.

Food and Drinks

Blue Elephant

Set in an elegant colonial façade and located in the midst of Bangkok’s skyscrapers, the Blue Elephant not only offers an authentic Royal Thai Fine Dining experience, but also houses the famous Blue Elephant Cooking School.

The Dining Room at Grand Hyatt Erawan

Set in a garden-style ambience, The Dining Room is a popular spot for all-day buffet-style dining experiences. From Western cuisine to Classic Thai and Asian dishes, you can easily reach this restaurant via direct access from BTS Chidlom.


This contemporary Indian restaurant is set in an art décor house with an embellished dining room. The restaurant serves Mughlai Royal Indian cuisine, the quality of dishes is superb and their vegetarian selections are generous. Indus is a mere three kilometers from the hotel, and you can easily reach it by taxi or BTS (only two stops from BTS Nana to BTS Phrom Phong Station).

L’atelier de Joel Robuchon

Experience French haute cuisine meticulously prepared from an open kitchen by Joël Robuchon, a man who has been called the ‘Chef of the Century’.

Penthouse Bar + Grill

Discover a new definition of dining experience at Penthouse Bar + Grill. Consisting of six unique venues, it occupies the top three floors of one of Bangkok’s skyscrapers and is hosted by Park Hyatt Bangkok.

Prai Raya Phuket Cuisine

Bringing authentic Southern taste of Phuket to the heart of Bangkok, Prai Raya is located on Sukhumvit Soi 8, only a short walk from the hotel. Its vintage décor and classic settings will bring the scent of Old Town Phuket to your table.

Korean Town Plaza

Known as the most authentic Korean place in town, this three-storey arcade is full of Korean restaurants and supermarkets. With its traditional Korean House settings, the place is worth a visit with only a few steps away from our hotel.

Art & Culture

Grand Palace

Once a home of the Royal Family of the Kingdom of Thailand, this remarkable historical landmark is regarded as the spiritual heart of all Thais. The greater complex was meticulously built in 1782 with European influences on the architecture comprising the former royal residences and Wat Phra Kaew.

Wat Phra Kaew

Wat Phra Kaew is respected as the most sacred Buddhist temple in Thailand. It houses the ‘Emerald Buddha’, the highly worshipped Buddha image exquisitely carved from a single block of jade, which also known as the palladium of the Kingdom of Thailand.

Wat Arun

Located by the Chao Phraya River, Wat Arun is one of the most stunning temples in Bangkok. With its dazzling decorated spires on the massive Prang reflecting magically over the water, the temple is best visited at dawn.

Wat Suthat and the Giant Swing

Standing at its entrance, the red Giant Swing attracts many visitors to this temple. Wat Suthat is one of the oldest temples in Bangkok and was constructed during the reign of the King Rama I (1782).

National Museum

Located in an 18th-century palace, the National Museum is the largest museum in Southeast Asia. Its exceptional collections of Thai artifacts will give you a better understanding of Thai history, art and culture.

Erawan Shrine

Housing a statue of the Hindu god of creation, ‘Phra Phrom’, the shrine is a popular worship attraction famous for granting wishes to worshipers. Only two stops away from the hotel (BTS Nana to BTS Chidlom Station), the shrine is located right in front of Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok.

Bangkok Art and Cultural Center

Bangkok’s hub of contemporary art hosting exhibitions of art, music, design, theatre and film happening in the city, it is directly accessible from the BTS National Stadium Station. Entrance is free.

Museum Siam

This interactive exhibition will make your ordinary museum visit extraordinary. It provides a great introduction to Thailand’s spirit and culture in most creative ways and will ensure an enjoyable discovery without ever being boring.

Jim Thompson’s House

This traditional Thai wooden house was once the home of Jim Thompson, an American who fell in love with Southeast Asian art. The house is now preserved as a museum with Jim Thomson’s invaluable antique art collection.

Baan Kamthieng

By walking distance from our hotel, you can find this must-see architectural landmark. Kamthieng House celebrates the Northern Thai Style house together with displays of the traditional way of life.

Local Attractions

Asiatique, The Riverfront

This riverside night bazaar and mall will bring you a different Bangkok shopping experience. Have fun browsing through boutiques and enjoy a great selection of places to dine and drink. The iconic Ferris Wheel, Calypso ladyboy cabaret and live muay Thai performances will keep you entertained.

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

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Visiting this renowned floating market and get a sight of a bygone way of life. It is within two hours of downtown Bangkok by car, and once there you can enjoy an amusing morning browsing through numerous vendors selling foods, colourful tropical fruits and handicrafts from their sampans.

Jim Thompson’s House

This traditional Thai wooden house was once the home of Jim Thompson, an American who fell in love with Southeast Asian art. The house is now preserved as a museum with Jim Thomson’s invaluable antique art collection.


A food-heaven for both locals and tourists, Chinatown is famous for its street-side cuisine. With many market stalls and gold shops, this area becomes liveliest after sunset.

Ancient Siam or Muang Boran

This open-air museum features miniatures of Thailand’s historically significant structures, including palaces, pavilions, temples, Buddha images and shrines.

Nana Plaza

Located in Sukhumvit Soi 4, this area is filled with different types of inexpensive pubs and entertainment.

Train Night Market Ratchada

For people who would like to explore the vibrancy of an authentic night bazaar, the Rot Fai (train) market is a great spot to visit. Situated by the MRT Cultural Center Station, you will find many things from antiques, curios and clothes to street food snacks and treats. Individuals seeking an ‘artsy’ vibe will definitely enjoy its artistic ambience.

Soi Cowboy

Exactly 200 m long (656 ft), this local street is closed to traffic at night. It is best known as the night life district with the most popular source of tourist attractions. The district can be traveled to with ease, as it is set across the Terminal21 shopping mall.

Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Center (BITEC)

This trade and exhibition center serves as a major venue for various meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions. The total event space of 70,000 sq m (753,473 sq ft) can accommodate up to 40,000 delegates in its vast, column-free convention halls and meeting rooms. The place is known for hosting concerts and large exhibitions.

IMPACT Arena and IMPACT Exhibition and Convention Center

Thailand's largest exhibition and convention hall. Spanning over 140,000 sq m (1,506,947 sq ft), the venue has been chosen to host countless concerts and exhibitions such as the Thailand International Motor Expo 2018 and the 24K Magic World Tour 2018 by the famous singer Bruno Mars.

Royal Paragon Hall

Perfectly located on the 5th floor of the renowned Siam Paragon, the facility is able to host a vast array of events. Across a total space of 12,000 sq m (129,166 sq ft), the multi-purpose halls are fully furnished and facilitated with cutting edge acoustic and lighting technologies.

Queen Sirikit National Convention Center (QSNC)

Known for its hospitality, service excellence and the quality of its facilities, the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center has played host to numerous global congresses and international conferences over the past two decades. With its own MRT Queen Sirikit National Convention Center Station, the venue is also conveniently accessible by BTS Skytrain, MRT Subway, taxi, bus and car.

Bangkok Convention Center at CentralWorld

Situated at the Ratchaprasong intersection, CentralWorld, the Bangkok Convention Center has a multitude of options for exhibitions and conferences. Mega events can be staged at the Bangkok Convention Center, with the convention hall able to accommodate up to 7,000 for a cocktail reception in a single pillar-less convention hall. With its prime location, the venue has hosted many prime national and regional events.

Sports and Outdoor Activities

Benjakitti Park

Among the office skyscrapers and hotels lies the green haven for people who seek for a refuge from the Bangkok pace. With less than one and a half kilometers away from the hotel, you will find the park and its breathtaking lake view with perfect areas for fitness enthusiasts. It also is connected to Lumphini Park by a pedestrian only path called the Green Mile.

Lumphini Park

Located in inner Bangkok, Lumphini Park is the best escape from the city’s chaos without having to actually leave town. This spacious multi-functional public park serves as ‘The Green Lung of Bangkok’, offering fresh air, shady paths and a large artificial lake.

Rajadamnern Stadium

Watch the renowned Thai martial arts at the legendary Rajadamnern Thai Boxing stadium. The place offers an authentic environment for thrilling matches scheduled every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday evening.

Royal Turf Club horse-racing track

Also known as Nan Loeng Racing Course, the horse-racing events are held one Sunday per month at the Royal Turf Club. The crowd can enjoy watching an exciting race betting on horses to win a fortune.

Royal Dusit Golf Club

Only one of the few golf courses located within the city, Royal Dusit Golf Club is an 18-hole course with area of 4,330 yards serving as a convenient golf destination for Bangkok’s visitors. Housed on the same grounds as the Royal Turf Club horse racing track, the place is only 10 kilometres away from the hotel.

Thai Country Club Golf Course

One of the finest golf clubs in Asia, Thai Country Club is a 7,097-yard picturesque course managed by Peninsula Hotel. The course has a neo-classic design with a variety of holes from casual play up to a tough challenge, and it only takes approximately 50 minutes to get there from downtown Bangkok.

Yoga Elements

A perfect addition to the health-lovers lifestyle, Yoga Elements is yoga, breath and meditation based on solid research into the mind, body and communication. The spot is mentioned to be “The city’s most inspiring place to study yoga”.


Bumrungrad International Hospital

Operating since 1980, this international hospital is one of the most trusted private hospitals in Southeast Asia. Not only does it provide all types of medical care, including dental, advanced diagnostics, therapeutics, and surgical services by multi-specialists at high-level service standards, but Bumrungrad also has a multilingual staff who will assist you throughout your entire visit. The hospital is only two kilometres away from Hyatt Regency Bangkok Sukhumvit.

iSawan Spa at Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok

Set in a ‘garden in the sky’ on the 5th Floor of renowned Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok, iSawan spa offers a revitalizing retreat through a pure, authentic and result-oriented personalized healing experience.

Life Center

This Lifestyle Mall serves as a Healthcare Complex comprising various beauty clinics, spa and hair salon, which can easily be reached from MRT Lumphini Station.

Wat Pho Thai Massage School

The birthplace of traditional Thai massage, Wat Pho Thai massage school provides a relaxing and authentic Thai massage for all visitors. Several short courses are also available if you wish to learn the techniques of this unique form of massage.

SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World

As the largest aquarium in Southeast Asia, SEA LIFE Bangkok is located two storeys beneath the Siam Paragon shopping mall. The gigantic-sized aquatic world exhibits over 3,000 sea creatures from regions across the globe.


An innovative indoor miniature world of jobs that allow kids to discover and experiment with their dream jobs in an amusing and secure environment.

Dream World Theme Park

Only a 45-minute ride from the city, this large amusement park is a great place to visit if you are looking for a fun-filled day out. You can enjoy the rollercoaster rides, sleighing in Snow Town or meet your favourite cartoon characters in the Colour of the World parade, all in a day.

Safari World Zoo and Park

A visit to this animal park involves a drive-through the open Safari Park, which occupies 480 acres, along with the additional 180-acre Bird Park and the Marine Park, which exhibits various species of animals and exciting shows.

The Marvel Experience Thailand

A highly anticipated themed entertainment venue suitable for kids and superhero lovers of all ages. Situated in the district of Bang-Na, there are many attractions such as the Avengers Café, Super Hero Snack Bar, the Marvel Experience Super Store and the Marvel Adventure Zone for Kids. The venue is open every day from 9:00 AM to 12:00 AM.