Bangkok is quickly becoming one of the most influential economies in South East Asia. This means that the number of people travelling to the city for business is increasing and as the largest provider of serviced apartments across the world, it is crucial that we have a wide range of serviced apartments in Bangkok. With apartments in Bangkok, Thailand all over the city, we ensure that our portfolio covers some of the most important business districts.
One reason why you should choose a SilverDoor apartment is the expert knowledge that our whole team possesses. Straight from the enquiry through to handing back the keys to the apartment, we have the means necessary to guarantee that your stay is problem free. We have both professional relationships with our partners as well as high expectations: this combines to provide a service which is simply unparalleled in the serviced apartment industry. This is no different for our corporate apartments in Bangkok.
Many people often compare serviced apartments to hotels and it is easy to see why. There is often a reception, leisure amenities and housekeeping on offer, yet serviced apartments offer so much more than a stay in a hotel. For example, the fact that our apartments come with both the inclusion of kitchens and living areas, means that you have the freedom to cook and relax in the comfort of your own home from home space.
Bangkok is a city full of character and this is something that transcends into our short term apartments in Bangkok. The bustling and busy nature of the city is something to behold. Whether it’s local market traders haggling for the best deal possible, or the stream of moped drivers on the roads, Bangkok can be described as one of the most intriguing cities in the world.
Blending style with space, our corporate apartments Bangkok supply a comfortable and entertaining stay away from home. The fact that all of our apartments come from verified property partners shows that we are the most dedicated provider of Bangkok short term apartments.
With dedicated residential buildings, plenty of our apartments in Bangkok have hotel-like features such as swimming pools, fitness centres and spas. This can be incredibly useful for those who like to keep up their fitness routine whilst on a business trip.
Serviced apartments in Bangkok are valued as part of the experience when travelling on business to the capital of Thailand. With the highest spec of furnishings throughout the apartments, we can guarantee a perfect night’s sleep. This is certainly a key feature for any apartment we offer, as we understand that when travelling for business, this is extremely important.
In addition to the bedrooms we offer with our corporate apartments Bangkok, we also offer incredibly spacious and contemporary kitchens and living areas. Our fully-furnished kitchens are spacious but compact enough that you have all the necessary equipment at your disposal to either whip up a quick bite to eat or host a family meal.
Transport in Bangkok can often be perceived as incredibly hectic and confusing. However, this does not have to be the case. Many moped drivers may try to get you on the back of their bikes; however there are plenty of safe taxi and buses available. There are also tuk-tuks everywhere you look, which are a more traditional and cheaper way of getting around the city. Making a long journey? There is a good variety of trains and subways around the city.
Bangkok has an incredibly warm and humid climate. With highs of 35 degrees in spring and lows of 22 degrees in the winter, many people travel over to Thailand for hot sunny holidays. When on business you should be ready to pack plenty of shirts and spare clothing due to its extremely hot climate. However, between the months of May and November, Bangkok enters its rainy season which can result in extremely sudden downpours of torrential rain.
Bangkok has some excellent choices of food. One of its main dishes - and often labelled as the traditional dish of Thailand - is pad Thai, which includes ingredients such as noodles, chicken, nuts and spring onion. There are also plenty of other Thai dishes such as red, green and yellow curry, which all differ in spice levels.
The majority of people in Thailand speak Thai. However, many others speak Lao, the national language of the northern bordering country of Laos. There are other languages that are more colloquial and a much smaller percentage of the population speak. These include, Kham Muang, Pak Thai, Northern Khmer and Yawi.
Bangkok is famous for its wide array of markets. One of the types of markets it has is the floating markets. These are where boats are stationed both sides of the Chao Phraya River and sell all types of hot and cold food. With many boat tours on offer, many of these floating markets can be accessed for a small fee. There are also huge markets on land, which can be enormous. Chatuchak Weekend Market is a market with over 8000 stalls and sells anything from furniture to pets.
The Grand Palace
The former home to the Thai king, The Grand Palace boasts gorgeous rooms and walls full of vibrant décor. One of Thailand’s most visited and well known landmarks, The Grand palace has many Buddhist statues and sculptures. A visit to this national landmark is both educating and inspiring, as it gives a brilliant representation on how Buddhism is engrained in Thailand’s culture. Further, the Thai Royal family is massively worshipped. This stunning palace also shows how important the Thai population finds its Chakri dynasty.