Within the heart of Bangkok lies the diverse and eclectic Sathorn-Silom area. Bordered by Lumpini Park and the Chao Phraya River, this area is creating a name for itself and drawing an increasing number of visitors and residents. While it’s long been famous as a hub for businesses and finance, the neighborhood also harbors a wealth of shops, restaurants, bars and unique charms that are becoming more famous than the many multinational companies that call the area home. The neighborhood atmosphere of the area also makes it an ideal residential location for those in the know.
Bangkok Garden is a luxury garden complex of serviced apartments for rent in Sathorn and Silom. Our location allows our residents to experience all that this colorful and vibrant area of the city has to offer. We’ll take you on a guided tour and show you some of the best examples of what there is to do, see and experience in Sathorn-Silom, Bangkok. We’ll showcase its diverse activities and establishments and highlight the reasons why it’s not just a place to work but also an extraordinary place to live.
Food Scene: An Incredible Culinary Experience
Sathorn-Silom boasts a diverse and mouth-watering food scene that caters to every palate within the tree-lined streets of this eclectic area. Because of the multi-national companies residing in the neighborhood, it’s always enjoyed a cosmopolitan atmosphere. From street food stalls offering local delicacies to upscale restaurants serving international cuisine, the area is a gastronomic paradise for the workers in the towers and the residents who call the area home.
For an authentic northeastern Thai experience, explore the vibrant flavors of Somtum Der, or sample the expertly-cooked steaks and succulent meats of Arno’s Butcher and Eatery. Chef Man offers some of the finest Cantonese cuisine in the city, and workers and residents flock to La Cosa Nostra to order a dish of their excellent “nonna-style” Italian gnocchi.
You’ll find a wealth of warm and cozy neighborhood bistros around the corner from Michelin-recommended restaurants within this fascinating area of the city.
Explore the Cultural Side of Sathorn-Silom
Sathorn-Silom offers many activities to engage both locals and visitors. Explore Lumpini Park, an oasis of greenery in the midst of skyscrapers, perfect for a leisurely jog, boating on the lake, or a peaceful afternoon picnic. For a cultural fix, visit the Bangkok Art and Culture Center, showcasing contemporary Thai art. The Neilson Hays Library, a historic institution, serves as a quiet place of discovery for English-language book lovers seeking education and enlightenment.
Adventure seekers can easily hop aboard a water taxi at nearby Sathorn Pier and explore all the famous landmarks of Bangkok along the river.
Sathorn-Silom Lights Up at Night
When the sun sets, Sathorn-Silom transforms into a vibrant nightlife destination. The Moon Bar at Banyan Tree Hotel offers breathtaking views of the city skyline, while Maggie Choo’s transports you to a 1930s Shanghai speakeasy-style jazz den. For those seeking a more relaxed atmosphere, head to Smalls, a comfortable and intimate neighborhood bar with a selection of craft cocktails. The Sathorn-Silom of Bangkok area offers so much to do and explore that residents need help deciding what their favorite nightlife location is.
Sathorn-Silom Markets: A Shopper’s Paradise
Sathorn-Silom is a shopping haven catering to both luxury shoppers and bargain hunters. From trendy boutiques to traditional markets, Sathorn-Silom caters to all shopping preferences. Silom Complex and Empire Tower Shopping Gallery house a combination of international brands and local designers. The Jewelry Trade Center is the go-to place for those seeking exquisite gems and jewelry.
For a more traditional experience of things to see and do, what’s better than the authentic Patpong Night Market in Sathorn-Silom, Bangkok? Setting up under the Sala Daeng BTS station every evening, it’s known for its eclectic array of goods, tasty street food stalls and vibrant atmosphere.
Spirituality Amidst the Commerce
In the midst of the urban buzz, Sathorn-Silom offers spiritual retreats. Wat Hua Lamphong, a lesser-known temple, provides a serene escape with its beautiful architecture and tranquil surroundings. Sri Maha Mariamman Temple is an iconic and well-known Hindu temple in the Sathorn-Silom area that was built in 1873. The brightly-colored temple is a favorite of tourists and photographers.
Living in Sathorn-Silom: Bangkok Garden Serviced Apartments
Beyond its vibrant offerings, Sathorn-Silom is an excellent choice for living. Bangkok Garden Serviced Apartments, strategically located in this dynamic district, provides a peaceful oasis for couples and families. Surrounded by expansive gardens containing sports and fitness facilities, expansive swimming pools, a children’s covered playground, and restaurants, coffee shops and convenience stores, our well-appointed serviced apartments offer a serene escape from the city’s noise and traffic.
With its proximity to offices, shops, hospitals, shopping, and top-tier schools, Bangkok Garden is a prime choice for those seeking a balanced and luxurious family lifestyle. Contact us to view our spacious two, three, and four-bedroom serviced apartments and be a part of the exciting lifestyle of the Sathorn-Silom neighborhood.