If you set foot in Bangkok for the first time, you must be confused about where to stay. For your information, Bangkok is famous for its great nightspots. Before preparing a trip to interesting places, do not forget to look for the best place to stay. Here are the 6 the best areas to stay:


Sukhumvit is suitable for you who loves a bar or club. This area is known as the center of night entertainment. The location is also close to the red district Nana Plaza and Soi Cowboy. For lodging, in this area, Bangkok Novotel is the right choice for you.

Old City (Khao San and Rattanakosin)

Foreign tourists love both of these areas. Old City, located between the Chao Praya and Chinatown rivers, is an excellent choice for those of you who have a limited budget. Both have many hostels at affordable prices. Khao San and Rattanakosin is very close to the famous tourist destinations, such as Royal Grand Palace, Wat Phra Kaew, and Wat Pho. All those destinations can be accessed only on foot. So, it reduces the costs of transportation expenses.

Chinatown (Yaowarat)

Want to feel the real Bangkok? Choose to stay in the Yaowarat area, which is also known as Chinatown in Bangkok. You can feel the experience of living like a local here. The streets and the people who are bussy are describing the daily life of Bangkok residents.

For you who like culinary, Yaowarat is heaven. Here you can find many restaurants and food stalls. Besides eating, you can also visit temples and museums around Yaowarat. If you stay here, don’t forget to visit Wat Traimit, the largest golden sleeping Buddha statue in Thailand.


Bangkok is famous as Asia’s shopping paradise. To facilitate your shopping activities, choose hotels in the Siam area because access to malls and shopping centers is effortless.

MBK Center, Siam Discovery Center, and Siam Paragon are the three most famous shopping centers. All of them are located in Siam


If you have enough budget, staying in the Silom area will be the most pleasant experience. Silom is a CBD or business area. The area is more convenient, and transportation is generally easier. If you stay here, don’t forget to try the food in some fine dining restaurants. Silom is famous for its fancy bars or restaurants.