VENUE

CENTARA GRAND AT
CENTRAL PLAZA LADPRAO
BANGKOK, THAILAND

Vibhavadi Ballroom
CENTARA GRAND
AT CENTRAL PLAZA LADPRAO

1695 Phaholyothin Road, Chatuchak,
Bangkok 10900, Thailand
Tel: +66 (0) 2541 1234
Fax: +66 (0) 2541 1087
Email: cglb@chr.co.th

 

Ideally situated on Vibhavadi Rangsit Highway, Centara Grand at Central Plaza Ladprao Bangkok offers panoramic views of lush greenery from the adjacent Chatuchak Park, as well as Bangkok’s spectacular skyline.

The hotel is conveniently connected to the renowned CentralPlaza Ladprao Department Store & Bangkok Convention Centre Hall comprising of over 300 retail shops, boutiques, multiple cinemas, and parking facilities up to 3,500 vehicles, and Chatuchak Market is right opposite.

The hotel provides an easy access to Suvarnabhumi Airport which takes just over 35 minutes and a 20-minute drive from Don Mueang International Airport. The underground Mass Rapid Transit and the BTS Skytrain are only minutes away from the hotel.

 

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10 THINGS TO DO IN THAILAND


Kanchanaburi

Kanchanaburi province, an area of lush forest and a haven for backpackers, has a dark past. Here, you'll also find the start of the infamous Death Railway (which links to Burma/Myanmar), and the bridge over the River Kwai. Both are haunting relics from WWII, constructed by prisoners of war. It's a chilling spot, but essential on any Thailand itinerary.

Close by, you'll find the Tiger Temple, which has been the focus of some damning animal welfare reports. Consult other travellers for advice, and follow your conscience before booking

How to go :
Bus : Take the bus from Bangkok Bus Terminal (Chatuchak) to Sukhothai Province
Train : http://www.railway.co.th