homelocation & attractions
  Bangkok is exciting and a vibrant city with well spread out business, entertainment and shopping areas.

The Imperial Queen's Park is situated in Sukhumvit, a prime business and shopping area. Many of the international companies are located in the general vicinity where there are many department stores, notably the Emporium which is the nearest and most modern, and Tesco hyperstore.

The Imperial Queen's Park is near to three exits of the expressway which make it possible to reach conveniently any point in Bangkok by car.

The Sky Train (BTS), the newest mode of convenient transport is but 3 minutes away by a leisurely walk through a park. This Train makes possible a trip in the shortest time to Ploenchit, Siam Square, Rajdamri, Silom, and parts of Sathon.

From the Hotel it is so easy to get to the following places :

Bangkok International Airport - via Expressway 30 minutes
Queen Sirikit National Convention Center (QSNCC) - by car 5 minutes
Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Center (Bitec) - via Expressway 15 minutes

  • Siam Square - Sky Train 5 stations
  • Mah Boon Krong - Sky Train 5 stations
  • Chatuchak Market - Sky Train 12 stations
  • Silom/Sathorn - Sky Train 7 - 10 stations

There are numerous international companies located on Sukhumvit,
Pleonchit and Rama IV Roads within a short distance by car from the Hotel.


  Places of Interest/Sights

Bangkok, capital of Thailand for more than 200 years is vibrant and dynamic and is the centre of commerce which is growing in importance as it is the gateway of a country of over 60 million populations.

Visitors to Bangkok are not disappointed as this is a city which offers a gold mine of unmatched sights and experiences of indigenous culture, chaotic and hubbubs of the street scene, the traditional festivities, the varieties of food openly displayed and the music and the dances; all these scenes juxtapose with modern boutiques and stores selling local and famous branded goods. Among the sights are :-

The Grand Palace and
The Temple of the Emerald Buddha

These rank as the must-see attractions. The Grand Palace embodies the finest and colourful example of unique Thai architecture and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha or the Royal Chapel is regarded as the most sacred in the whole Kingdom.

Wat Arun - The Temple of The Dawn
The Prang (tower) of this temple by the Chao Phraya River is covered with porcelain. Its perfect form is very well known as it symbolises Thailand/Bangkok in posters and guidebooks.

Chatuchak Weekend Market
Very popular among visitors, a Thai style market where everything can be bought at cheap prices and in terrific dins.
Wat Benchama Bophit - Marble Temple
The temple is well known for its architectural form and for the perfect golden Buddha image inside.

Vimarn Mek Palace
The largest teak place built by King Chulalongkorn in 1868 in a European style.

Taling Chan Floating Market
The Thai lifestyle of buying and selling is shown most colourfully.
The National Museum
One of the largest museums
in Southeast Asia, it houses artifacts, sculptures form Thailand and elsewhere in Asia.

199 Sukhumvit Soi 22, Bangkok 10110 Thailand

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