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Guide to Bangkok's 4 Major MICE Areas

TCEB has taken a bold step to provide valuable information on the four major regions of Bangkok, namely, Silom, Sukhumvit, Ratchaprasong and Riverside. These districts feature a variety of inimitable attractions, culture, shopping, lifestyle and everything that makes these four areas a unique MICE venue.


Silom, Sathorn & Surawong

Regarded as one of the city's most important financial districts, Silom is the Wall Street of Bangkok. This area is also home to some of the city’s most luxurious hotels and fine-dining restaurants, all conveniently located near major public transportations.


Bangkok’s Golden Mile, Sukhumvit is the centre of the trendiest shopping, eating, and nightlife in the city. It is also one of the most accessible central business districts with a variety of five-star hotels and upscale restaurants.

Ratchaprasong & Ratchadamri

Ratchaprasong is Bangkok's Shopping District. This area is home to a staggering selection of five-star hotels, high-end shopping malls and fine dining restaurants packed into one square mile.


As the cultural centre of Bangkok, the Riverside, also known as The River of Kings, is one of the most sought-after MICE zones of the city, filled with ancient temples, historical landmarks, and resort-style hotels.


Bangkok is home to a diverse range of attractions offering something for all visitors. The city’s historic neighborhoods are dotted with an array of cultural sights including sparkling palaces and glittering temples, whereas the main entertainment district boasts a selection of large shopping complexes, museums, and parks.


Bangkok’s shopping scene combines the best of luxury designer brands and local oriental fair. As a major shopping destination, the city is home to some of the largest department stores in Asia, featuring the best of international and local brands, as well as a vast number of open-air markets, vintage stores, and boutiques.

Thai Food

As a culinary capital, Bangkok boasts the best of Michelin-starred fine dining as well as a range of affordable street-eats. Streets are lined with vendors dishing out local favorites, and airy Thai restaurants serve a range of dishes for affordable prices. For the best in high-end dining, various hotels have rooftop eateries for sublime food combined with stunning views.