Sukhumvit

Neighborhood Guide


Sukhumvit, Bangkok

Nightlife in Sukhumvit

Beginning at the eastern end of downtown, Sukhumvit is one of Bangkok’s longest roads, and the main thoroughfare of a modern business district. Although it doesn’t have any of the city’s major tourist attractions, it’s popular with foreigners and cosmopolitan Thais, thanks to the quality of its international hotels (midrange and luxury), shopping malls, and multiethnic restaurants, and especially its nightlife.

In the area are also two of the city’s most pleasant green spaces, the Benjasiri Park and Benjakitti Park.


How to Get to Sukhumvit

Take the BTS Skytrain to Asok, Nana or Phrom Phong station, or the MRT (subway) to Sukhumvit station.

What to See and Do in Sukhumvit

-Soi Cowboy - A small, neon-lined lane that’s the center of the city’s most popular party zone.


Recommended Hotels in Sukhumvit for Every Budget


  • Grande Centre Point Hotel Terminal 21
  • (Luxury)
    Located above the Terminal 21 shopping mall, with spacious rooms and an outdoor pool.

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  • The Landmark Hotel
  • (Luxury)
    City views, nine dining options, and an outdoor swimming pool -- all with a BTS Skytrain station at its doorstep.

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  • Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit
  • (Luxury)
    Directly connected to a BTS Skytrain station, and with a beautiful oasis-style pool.

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  • Holiday Inn Bangkok Sukhumvit
  • (Midrange)
    Just a short walk from top bars and clubs, with city views and a large pool.

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  • S31 Sukhumvit Hotel
  • (Midrange)
    It’s a 5-star hotel but often with more affordable rates, standing out for its floor-to-ceiling windows facing the Sukhumvit skyline.

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  • Thee Bangkok Hotel
  • (Budget)
    Three-star hotel with elegantly-styled rooms.

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