Sathorn Bangkok

Everything you need to Know about Sathorn

Stretching from Lumpini Park south to the river, Sathorn contains some of Bangkok's trendiest hotels like the Metropolitan, the Sukhothai and Banyan Tree. The area also boasts many upmarket serviced apartments and a variety of fine restaurants serving up excellent local and international cuisine.

The Bangkok Skytrain (BTS)  runs along most part of this road with stations at Surasak and Saphan Taksin. Sathorn is one of Bangkok's 'newest' areas and has seen phenomenal growth over recent years, mostly as a result of its outstanding location close to prime areas like Silom, Siam, the riverside and Sukhumvit Road. It's particularly popular too with an ever-increasing expat community, long-stay visitors and business travellers. 


Banyan Tre Bangkok 10 Reasons to Stay at: Banyan Tree Bangkok

The Banyan Tree Bangkok offers 61 floors and 327 guestrooms and suites, an amazing rooftop bar, a sumptuous collection of restaurants, an award-winning spa and more... Read More...

 
Something Sweet Cafe Something Sweet Cafe

The perfectly titled ‘Something Sweet’ cafe in Bangkok has been satisfying those with a sweet tooth for over 12 years now, making this one of the city’s longer-running independent cake shops. Read More...

Ku De Ta Bangkok Ku De Ta Club Lounge

With an eclectic music policy, excellent cocktails, and an elaborate design scheme, Ku De Ta Bangkok Club Lounge is the true party environment for Bangkok’s international crowd. Read More...

 
Signature Restaurant

Signature is the flagship restaurant at Ku de ta Bangkok. Labelled as ‘Japanese-influenced modern cuisine’ this is a fine-dining experience to impress the most particular of connoisseurs. Read More...

 

Sathorn Hotels

If five-star hotels and luxury serviced apartments in one of the city's most important CBD areas are what you're looking for, look no further than Sathorn. Read More...

 
Sathorn Overview

Reasons for coming to Sathorn are primarily to eat or sleep, with many of Bangkok’s finest hotel situated around here there are of course, numerous world-class dining options. Read More...

Sathorn Attractions

At one end, there's Lumpini Park and the Lumpini Boxing Stadium, and at the other, the Sathon Pier where you can take the river taxi to explore the Chao Phraya River. Read More...

 
Sathorn Restaurants

Home to the affluent classes and average white-collar workers, Sathorn has an expansive range of restaurants from rooftop hotel bars to international fare at affordable prices. Read More...

Sathorn Shopping

Life Centre at Q House Lumpini is as close to a shopping mall as it gets in Sathorn area. Alternatively, go to Silom for street shopping at Patpong Night Market. Read More...

 
Sathorn Nightlife

Many modish hotels in Sathorn usually feature their own bars or clubs. The trendy rooftop bar at Banyan Tree Hotel and Zuk Bar at Sukhothai Hotel are among the city's best. Read More...

Getting Around Sathorn

Bangkok's Skytrain (BTS) runs along the southern part of Sathorn terminating at the riverfront (Saphan Taksin station), where you can catch the Chao Phraya express boats. Read More...

 
Sathorn Map

Our interactive map displays all available hotels with photos, facilities and guest comments as well as attractions, landmarks and other items of interest with links to relevant information pages. Read More...

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