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At Sukhumvoth Soi 11 there's a really superb tapas restaurant. But for me, the highlight is the side street: There you'll find many restaurants. This gives you a very wide choice of eating options and the street is for pedestrians only. It's really relaxing to sit outside there in the evening. There's also a few bars where you can get a nightcap. But it tends to be busy, so it's not really the quietest place in the centre of Bangkok. But what is quiet in this city?

(Onsite Marketing Specialist)
Tapas Cafe
Tapas Cafe
1/25 Sukhumvit Soi 11
Bangkok 10110

+66 2 651 2947

On the weekends I would definitely recommend a visit to the Chatuchak Weekend Market in the North of Bangkok. As Thailand’s largest market with over 10 000 stalls it’s a dream for every haggling enthusiast. It’s located right opposite of the train stop Mo Chit and takes place on Saturdays and Sundays from 8a.m-6p.m.

(First Officer)
Chatuchak Weekend Market
587/10 Kamphaeng Phet 2 Rd, Chatuchak
Bangkok 10900

I appreciate the Hilton Millennium Bangkok, because it is first centrally located. That's worth a lot in Bangkok. And secondly, the hotel has a bar on the roof and above all: The hotel offers a great breakfast that is delicious. For lunch and dinner there are buffet, depending on what you booked. The rooms are very nice and I also enjoy the swimming pool.

(Onsite Marketing Specialist)
Hilton Millennium Bangkok
123 Charoennakorn Road
Bangkok, 10600
+66 2 442 2000