THE OASIS SPA
THE OASIS SPA is one of the most popular spas in Thailand and is very well known in the region!
There are branches in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Pattaya and Phuket. There are two branches in Bangkok at SUKHUMVIT 31 and SUKHUMVIT 51.
The most popular treatment is Seaside Sensation. Packages at the store all range from 2,500 to 6,500 baht, and there are also separate water baths available for a relatively shorter and less expensive price and time!
Divana is known as the representative of Bangkok's upscale chain brands! It has also won CNN features, Asian luxury spa and other awards, the quality of service and technician standards are recognized as a high level!
It has a total of five spa branches in Bangkok and a medical center Divana Clinic.
This spa is located in the famous Siam Hotel in Bangkok. This hotel has the best restaurant in Thailand and it also has the most unique Muay Thai Spa!
★★ Gaggan Bangkok (Indian Molecular Cuisine)
Rated as one of the top 50 restaurants in Asia and has been awarded 2 Michelin stars for two consecutive years.
★★ Mezzaluna Bangkok (European cuisine)
French cuisine meets Japanese cooking at a restaurant with a great location and a great view of Bangkok.
★★ Le Normandie, Bangkok (French)
Renowned for its authentic and authentic flavors, the restaurant has won many culinary awards over the years for its exquisite ingredients and superb cooking.
★★ Sühring Bangkok (European cuisine)
The restaurant features traditional Central European cuisine combined with its own creativity and seasonal ingredients to create superbly delicious German cuisine.
VIP golf in Thai Country Club
For golfers, the many golf clubs on the outskirts of Bangkok are enough to satisfy their "thirst for golf", but for VIP service, head to the Thai Country Club. This club, owned and operated by the Peninsula Bangkok, is considered to be the best course in the Bangkok area, and is also a designated venue for various international tournaments, with Tiger Woods winning the PGA trophy at this course in 2000.
Afternoon tea in Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok
A hundred years ago, Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok was the focus of attention for Thai high society and Western travelers, and one of the icons of its old-world atmosphere is the famous Authors' Lounge.
With its elegant colonial feel, this tea room is freshly decorated with white rattan furniture. Part of the hotel's historic building, Authors' Lounge has hosted many famous writers and is home to Mandarin Oriental's famous Bangkok classic English afternoon tea. Serving some of the world's finest teas, this is the place to go if you want to experience the charm of East meets West that has existed for over a century.
Nowadays, there are many cooking classes in Bangkok restaurants and hotels to teach Thai food lovers how to cook a variety of Thai dishes, from traditional stir-fries and cold dishes to the popular Tom Yum Goong Soup, and it would be very satisfying to learn one or two traditional dishes during your travel time in Bangkok.
The Oriental Thai Cooking School: The Oriental Thai Cooking School, located in the Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok, has been in operation for over 20 years and teaches visitors from all over the world how to cook authentic Thai cuisine in classes of no more than 16 students each.
Popular dishes: Tom Yum Goong (picy shrimp soup)
Find an aquarium in a shopping mall
The lively Siam Paragon satisfies the desire for shopping. But on the B1 and B2 levels of this mall, it is home to the largest indoor aquarium in Southeast Asia.
With over 400 species and nearly 30,000 exotic marine creatures, the cool and mysterious underground world of Siam Ocean World is definitely the most amazing place to explore while shopping.
Enjoy a sunset boat dinner on the Chao Phraya River
One of the first requirements for dining on the Chao Phraya River is that the boat should be vintage enough. It is also important to have traditional and classic Thai food with classical music. In addition, the Mekong River boat meal will generally open after 19:00, when the whole Bangkok has nearly night, and the city lights at this time in the cabin looks like a little starlight, with the gentle night, intoxicating and romantic.
Siam Fantasy Theatre for classical Khon dance
One of the most famous classical dances in Thailand is the Khon dance, which is known as the "Khon dance", a court dance performed with masks, no dialogue, music, dance and physical expression. It was originally a court dance performed with masks, no dialogue, and music, dance, and physical expression.
It is so popular with travelers that it is performed in traditional theaters and specialty restaurants in Bangkok. However, for a more luxury performance, head to Siam Niramit, a theater where traditional Thai dances are performed to bring out the best of Thailand's traditional art and cultural heritage. In this 2,000-seat venue with one of the world's largest performance stages, people will enjoy a novel blend of Thai culture, traditional values and mythology. Unique Thai folk music, traditional costumes and lighting effects will transport people to the fantastical world of Siam.
In principle, you only need to bring summer clothes, but it is better to bring a thin jacket when you go in and out of air-conditioned rooms or to Chiang Mai or northern Thailand. In addition, please bring sunglasses, sun hats, umbrellas, heat protection medicine, swimming clothes and sun protection and other travel goods.
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