We had a connecting flight from Bangkok and so had to stay a night there. We just spent a night at Baiyoke Sky Hotel. Baiyoke has an amazing roof top restaurant and bar at the 83rd floor with a marvellous view of the entire city.
If you are in Bangkok, then you must give the sky tower a visit. The whole city is visible from the Sky Tower observatory which is a revolving one. The sky tower is of a total of 84 floors with sky pub and observatory on the top floor. It is the tallest building in the city, and comprises the Baiyoke Sky Hotel, the tallest hotel in Southeast Asia and the seventh-tallest all-hotel structure in the world. Now that would be a great feeling for anyone staying int he hotel. I did that's why saying. I even danced in the bathroom with my speakers on. C'mon I know I am damn crazy but once in a lifetime I did something unusual in a bathroom playing loud music for hours. I guess the people next door didn't get offended. Hehehe!!!If you want to stay in the tower , then get ready to burn a hole in your pockets because it's expensive. Cost per room (two beds) = 8000 THB with complimentary Thai message and access to swimming pool So if anyone plans to stay the night in the hotel then better opt to stay in a single roomSuper Malls / Sealife Bangkok (formerly Siam Ocean World)
Day 9 - Back to Delhi We decided to spend a day exploring the infamous Pratunam Market, which was right outside our Baiyoke Sky Hotel. We thought that we will be able to do some decent shopping in that monster sized retain hub of Bangkok in 5-6 hours. Little did we know that the charms of the market would fade in the veil of bargaining skills and crazy pricing. After a disappointing attempt at shopping in Pratunam, and gorging on the Thai Street food on the last day, we left for Delhi in the night.