Sathorn neighbourhood stretches from Lumpini Park to the Chao Phraya River and contains some of Bangkok's trendiest hotels like the Sukhothai, W Bangkok, and the 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.
Most Popular in Sathorn
5 Best Bars and Restaurants on Suan Phlu
Suan Phlu is one of Bangkok’s latest drinking and dining enclaves, with new fashionable openings moving in every month Read More»
Bunker Restaurant Bangkok
Bunker Restaurant in Bangkok, set in a cool three-storey building in Sathorn, serves refined cuisine, picking dishes Read More»
L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon
L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon Bangkok opened in early 2015 and sent shockwaves through the dining scene in Thailand. Read More»
Vertigo at Banyan Tree
Reaching for the clouds at Vertigo and Moon Bar on the 61st floor of the Banyan Tree hotel is one of the best ways to Read More»
Park Society Sofitel Rooftop
Rooftop bars seem to be the latest craze in Bangkok, so much so that I wonder just how many cities in the world have Read More»
The House on Sathorn by W Hotel
The House on Sathorn by W Bangkok has taken one of the most spectacular period mansions in Bangkok and come up with a Read More»
We try to provide free information that is as up-to-date and accurate as possible. However, if you are planning to travel it's a good idea to double check specific dates and information to avoid surprises.