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Unique Dining Experience in Bangkok – A Gastronomical Delight

Bangkok could easily be categorised as the ‘food capital’ of the world where your dining experience could be a quick bite at one of the many street food stalls or an all-out fine dining encounter at a chic restaurant. Bangkok city hotels are an ideal option for enjoying the best of the city and embarking on a comprehensive and exotic dining experience. Those seeking modern comforts and city lodging should check out the Atrium Bangkok hotel.

Located around Bangkok’s business shopping and dining districts the modern hotel offers stunning views of Thailand’s capital city. Focussing on impeccable service the hotel provides a range of comprehensive business and leisure facilities. Enjoy your stay in any of the 568 well-appointed modern rooms and suites.

Exceptional Thai cuisine offer foodies, willing to experiment a chance to treat their taste buds to some very distinctive dishes. Walk around Bangkok and let the aromas of perfectly seasoned spicy, salty, sour and sweet dishes fill your senses.

Bangkok dining is varied, open day or night the eateries are an eclectic mix of dinner-cruises, antique Thai-Teak dining houses, ritzy restaurants, food courts and street stalls while chic roof-top restaurants offer a fine-dining experience amidst Bangkok’s skyscrapers.

Chao Phraya river-cruise dining is a charming way of enjoying the warm balmy nights and sights of the beautifully lit-up temples that line the river bank while sitting down to a sunset meal at one of the restaurants along the banks of the Chao Phraya River is the best way to witness the magical allure of ‘Wat Arun’ the golden ‘Temple of Dawn’.

Once you have tasted Khao Pad, Pad Thai and juicy kebabs you could frequent any one of the Japanese, Swiss, Mexican, Indian or Moroccan restaurants for an overall dining experience.

Thanuja Silva is a travel writer who writes under the pen name Auburn Silver. She has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world.


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