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Everything you Need to Know about Sukhumvit
The longest road in Thailand, both it and its many adjoining 'sois' (sub-streets) are poor on traditional tourist attractions but rich in of-the-minute shopping, eating and nightlife. The many fashionable restaurants, bars, air-conditioned malls, luxury hotels and hip clubs give the area a distinctly modern, cosmopolitan flavour.
Some of the city's most sinful spots, red-light districts Nana Plaza (Soi 4) and Soi Cowboy (off Soi 23) are also found here. And little, stress-busting pockets of calm can be found in the sweet cafes, atmospheric restaurants and lush day spas that hide down many of its sois. Making exploring its staggering length incredibly easy is the Skytrain (BTS) that runs through most of its downtown stretch.
Dine in the Dark is back in Bangkok, and promises one of the most unique restaurant experiences you’ll ever have. DID now occupies a spot on the ground floor of Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit Hotel and takes full advantage of the skilled chefs working throughout the hotel’s many dining venues, meaning the quality of your food is guaranteed – even if you can’t actually see it. Although the concept at Dine in the Dark Bangkok is quite self explanatory, nothing can prepare you for the moment you actually step inside the pitch black room, try to find your seat, and realise you’re about to have a full four course meal without seeing a thing. Read more...
Hours: Serving times 18:30 - 20:30 / 20:30 - 23:00 (closed Mondays)
Location: Dine in the Dark Bangkok, G/F, Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit, Sukhumvit Road, BTS: Asok - Tel: +66(0)2 649 8358
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