Area Attractions

Located in the heart of downtown Bangkok—amid the capital’s key shopping, business, and entertainment districts—Park Hyatt Bangkok is an ideal base to explore the city’s myriad attractions, from museums and temples to shopping malls and nightlife venues. In addition to direct access to Phloen Chit BTS Skytrain station, the hotel is within walking distance of Temple Pathumwanaram, Erawan Shrine, Jim Thompson House, Lumpini Park, and the Central Embassy Mall.

Alternatively, there is much to experience within the hotel, including a relaxing afternoon in a poolside cabana, a challenging workout in the Fitness Centre, elegant afternoon tea in the Living Room, or an indulgent spa treatment.





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Park Hyatt Bangkok

Central Embassy, 88 Wireless Road, Lumpini, Pathumwan
Bangkok, Thailand, 10330



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Arts and Culture

Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

A contemporary arts facility hosting art, music, theatre, film and design events in its exhibition and performance spaces. Also houses bookshops, restaurants, a café and an art library.


Crowded and chaotic, but worth a visit to sample street food you’ll find nowhere else in the city. The seafood is particularly delicious.


Central Embassy

The most luxurious mall in Bangkok featuring six floors of designer stores, fine-dining restaurants, a 5,000 square-meter food hall, and the swankiest cinema in town.

Central World

The largest mall in Thailand, housing over 500 stores, over 100 eateries, a 15-screen cinema, an ice rink and a gourmet supermarket.

Rod Fai Market

An authentic open-air bazaar selling vintage collectibles and memorabilia, alongside cool bars, restaurants and street-food stalls.

Bangkok Flower Market

Colourful and fragrant, Bangkok’s biggest fresh-flower market is open 24 hours and sells all types of blooms, alongside fruit and vegetables.

Local Attractions

Lumpini Park

The largest green space in the city, often described as Bangkok’s Central Park. A great respite from the city’s hustle and bustle where you can rent boats to paddle around the artificial lake, stroll the 2.5 km of paths, or simply relax and people-watch.

Wat Pho

The Temple of the Reclining Buddha, famed for its giant 46 meter-long reclining Buddha covered in gold leaf. The Temple also houses the Thai Traditional Medical School, a great place for Thai massage.

Dusit Palace

Built between 1897 and 1901, this was the primary residence of King Rama V and includes Vimanmek Mansion, the largest teak house in the world.

Sea Life Bangkok

The largest aquarium in southeast Asia where you can ride in a glass-bottom boat through the shark tank, visit a 5D cinema, and view countless species of fish, penguins, and other marine life.


Bangkok National Museum

The largest museum in southeast Asia and an excellent overview of Thai art, history and culture.

The Jim Thompson House

Six traditional Thai teak houses amid lush gardens showcasing architect Jim Thompson’s collection of Asian art and his dedication to the revival of Thai silk.