Triple Two Silom located in Bangkok’s Central Business District close to a wide selection of entertainment as well as convenient to an MRT station, the Triple Two Silom is ideal for the modern traveler. Everything here is for your convenience, rather than ours!
Being only 25 kilometers from Bangkok International Airport, you can take the airport limousine, airport shuttle bus, or even a public metered taxi, while the Hotel’s taxi also provides 24-hour service for your convenience and security. Hua Lumphong Railway Station is 3 kilometers away and can be reached within a few minutes. A Skytrain Station is 1 kilometer away and can be reached within 10 minutes. Expressway entrances are just 1 kilometer from the hotel.
Our limousine service is available 24 hours a day for guests who wish to cruise the city in style. Take a tour of nearby sights and attractions or explore the city and beyond on your own schedule.
Three BTS stations on the Silom Line, or BTS Dark Green Line, are within easy walking distance of Narai Hotel: Surasak, Chong Nonsi and Sala Daeng stations. The Skytrain system is easy to navigate and connects you quickly to many of the city’s sights, including MBK Shopping Center, the Patpong entertainment area, Chatuchak Market and the Chao Phraya Express Central Pier.
Bangkok’s rapidly expanding metro line puts the city at your feet. MRT Silom station, on the MRT Blue Line, can be reached on foot or via a quick connection on the BTS Skytrain system. The MRT serves Bangkok’s historic main railway station, Hua Lamphong, as well as the famous Lumpini Park and Queen Sirikit National Convention Center.
Located directly on Silom Road, Narai Hotel has two bus stops within walking distance and enjoys easy access to numerous bus routes. The bus system runs daily from 5:00 am to 11:00 pm.
BMTA: Maha Uma Dhevi Temple Station
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Feel free to ask our staff for more information on how to explore the city by bus.
SILOM NIGHT MARKET
Silom road is Bangkok’s main financial district by day. By night its footpath is transformed into a bustling shopping street. Here you can find souvenirs, clothes, and other interesting items. There are also spas, massage venues, restaurants, bars and clubs that opened until late.
The Bangkokian Museum is the city’s folk museum located in a small lane in Bangrak district, near the Chao Phraya River. The museum consists of two beautiful 19th Century buildings. It displays offer visitors a rare glimpse of the Thai domestic life from another era, along with all of its old-world charm. The museum is open from 10 am to 4 pm daily and it is free to visit.
ASIATIQUE THE RIVERFRONT
Asiatique is Bangkok’s first large scale riverside community mall that combined shopping, dining, and other sightseeing activities under one roof. It is situated in the former docks of the East Asiatic Company along the banks of the Chao Phraya River. There are more than 1,500 boutique shops, selling souvenir, clothes, textiles, and home décor items. There are also cultural shows on offer daily.
CHONG NONSI BTS SKYTRAIN STATION
Chong Nonsi BTS Skytrain station is a walking distance from the hotel. It is located on the Silom Line of the Skytrain. From here you can travel to other part interesting parts of Bangkok via the Skytrain network and the MRT underground trains without having to worry about Bangkok traffic.
IconSiam is a Bangkok’s massive waterfront shopping mall, located on riverside of Chao Phraya River.