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Sukhumvit is one of Bangkok's busiest districts, with lively streets that are full of shoppers by day and revellers by night. On the main roads you'll find high rise office blocks and glass fronted malls covered in billboards and video screens, with the streets drenched in neon once the sun goes down. Down side streets there's a more traditional Thai feel, with food and clothing stores crammed in close together, fragrant stalls selling local foods, and bicycles trying to negotiate the busy roads.

Things to see

During daytime hours, Sukhumvit is all about shopping, with both locals and tourists enjoying modern, air-conditioned malls that offer a calm oasis on hot days. Terminal 21 Shopping Mall can easily occupy a whole day of your trip, with over 600 stores over 9 floors. Each section has its own theme from around the world, so in-between shops you can cross a replica of the Golden Gate Bridge, see geishas and sumos on the Tokyo floor, or pose on a Vespa on the Italian level. Another popular spot is the luxurious Emporium Shopping Mall, decorated with marble columns and gold accents for a decadent feel. Here you'll find boutiques from around the world, with designer stores and a large food court that has local and international favourites. Sukhumvit Road is a great location for club hopping, and at night the bars and nightclubs light up with neon and flashing signs. Levels is a particularly popular club, with 3 zones offering different music styles played by international DJs. There's a laid back lounge area, a huge circular cocktail bar, and packed dance floors, with free admission on most nights. Octave is a great place to watch the sun go down, and this ultra chic rooftop bar gives a 360 degree view of the surrounding skyscrapers from 45 floors above the ground.

Hotels in Sukhumvit

During daytime hours, Sukhumvit is all about shopping, with both locals and tourists enjoying modern, air-conditioned malls that offer a calm oasis on hot days. Terminal 21 Shopping Mall can easily occupy a whole day of your trip, with over 600 stores over 9 floors. Each section has its own theme from around the world, so in-between shops you can cross a replica of the Golden Gate Bridge, see geishas and sumos on the Tokyo floor, or pose on a Vespa on the Italian level. Another popular spot is the luxurious Emporium Shopping Mall, decorated with marble columns and gold accents for a decadent feel. Here you'll find boutiques from around the world, with designer stores and a large food court that has local and international favourites. Sukhumvit Road is a great location for club hopping, and at night the bars and nightclubs light up with neon and flashing signs. Levels is a particularly popular club, with 3 zones offering different music styles played by international DJs. There's a laid back lounge area, a huge circular cocktail bar, and packed dance floors, with free admission on most nights. Octave is a great place to watch the sun go down, and this ultra chic rooftop bar gives a 360 degree view of the surrounding skyscrapers from 45 floors above the ground.

Where to stay

Sukhumvit Road runs through the area, and this high rise street is full of big, utilitarian office blocks, ultra modern and stylish shopping centres, and huge hotels, often part of international chains. As you explore the side streets, you'll find more of an authentic Thai atmosphere, with market stalls close to the road where you'll be able to pick up items from fresh fruit and vegetables to a fake designer watch. The Khlong Toei Market is also an atmospheric spot to explore, with every inch of the space along the canal taken up with traders selling freshly caught fish, live eels, and exotic fruits. At night, Sukhumvit has a real party atmosphere, but those who are easily shocked should stay away from the Nana Plaza and Soi Cowboy streets which are both notorious red light districts. Mostly visited by curious tourists, these streets are packed with go go bars and adult entertainment.

How to get to Sukhumvit

Bangkok International Airport, known locally as Suvarnabhumi Airport, is about a half an hour drive from Sukhumvit, and has flights arriving from major cities across the world. From here you can pick up a taxi, or take the Airport Rail Link to the Makkasan or Phetchaburi station, then change to the City Loop line to get to Sukhumvit. The Sukhumvit area is well served by the SkyTrain which you'll see running behind the high rise buildings of the main road, and the Sukhumvit Line takes you to many popular area of Bangkok.

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