• 09:00 MUST SEE : Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall   MUST SEE : Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall

    Immerse in Thai history at the Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall, a learning centre compiling historical knowledge and information, arts, and culture of the Rattanakosin Era, which is the most complete one of its kind in Thailand. The facility incorporates nine permanent exhibition rooms which present the magnificent history through modern technology including 4D virtual mixed media, multi-touch media, animation and more.

  • 12:00 MUST EAT : Yaowaraj Road   MUST EAT : Yaowaraj Road

    MICE travellers should not miss the famous Bangkok’s Chinatown and one of the largest Chinatowns in the World, Yaowarat. The place is well known for the magnificent culinary choices such as crispy pork noodles, dim sum, traditional steamed buns and many more.

  • 15:00 MUST SEE : River City Bangkok   MUST SEE : River City Bangkok

    River City Bangkok is the perfect spot to spend the afternoon and enjoy the venue’s latest art exhibition. River City is renowned for staging various artistic happenings including gallery events, live music, and film screenings that feature both local and international artists. It’s also a great opportunity to grab a unique souvenir to take home.

  • 18:00 MUST SEE : King Power Mahanakhon Building   MUST SEE : King Power Mahanakhon Building

    Enjoy spectacular 360-degree sunset views of Bangkok from the 74th floor skywalk at King Power Mahanakhon, Thailand’s highest outdoor observation area. MICE travellers who are not afraid of height can try walking on the famous glass tray on the 78th floor, an unforgettable experience and enjoy bird’s eye view of Bangkok city down below. Conclude the evening with an array of sumptuous Thai dishes at Thai Taste Hub Mahanakhon Cube – a curated choice of restaurants that combine both Bangkok’s legendary street food and Michelin-rated guide.