Located in the heart of Bangkok, Marriott Vacation Club at The Empire Place provides convenient access to the city’s modern rail services. Explore this magnificent metropolis and experience its unique and diverse culture. Or retreat from the city and enjoy an array of on-site amenities just steps from your spacious apartment.
During your stay in Bangkok, you’ll enjoy diverse dining options nearby. Choose from Asian-fusion and traditional Thai delights to international cuisines such as Italian, Indian, Mediterranean and Japanese.
Maintain your workout routine with an on-site fitness center, including sauna and steam rooms. Serve up some fun with an invigorating game of tennis. Or relax by the outdoor pool while children stay active in the play area.
Take a break from the pulse of the city and unwind with a pampering treatment at one of the area’s many spas
Whether you prefer touring ancient monuments or exploring modern marvels such as multilevel shopping malls, you’ll find something to make your Thailand adventure truly memorable.
No trip to Bangkok is complete without a visit to the Grand Palace, home of the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. Camera-worthy opportunities abound in this city landmark consisting of several buildings with highly decorated architectural designs. Within the complex, Wat Phra Kaew enshrines the famed Emerald Buddha.
Discover unique treasures at Chatuchak Weekend Market, Thailand’s largest market covering more than 35 acres and upwards of 5,000 stalls. It’s a bargain-hunter’s paradise with thousands of local products for sale, including food, clothing, handicrafts and more.
For more modern shopping opportunities, visit MBK Center, an eight-story shopping center with 2,300 shops offering everything from mobile phones and electronics to furniture and fashion. Central Chidlom Shopping Center is a one-stop shopping destination with virtually any and everything you can imagine under one roof. It also offers special services for visitors, including interpreters, currency exchange and a shipping service.
When the afternoon Thai temperatures rise, enjoy a refreshing Klong (canal) tour and visit the majestic Royal Barges National Museum on the north bank of the Bangkok Noi Canal. See magnificent barges used in royal river processions, including one more than 50 meters long.
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