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The Narai Hotel in Silom, Bangkok puts you within steps of Bangkok’s most vibrant attractions. For those who want to venture a little further, the BTS Skytrain, MRT metro network, expressway and riverboats are just a few minutes away. Or simply jump in a tuk-tuk or taxi, and see where the city takes you!

Located in the heart of Bangkok’s bustling Silom district and close to the vibrant Sathorn area, Narai Hotel is well-connected to all kinds of transportation options. Chong Nonsi, Surasak and Sala Daeng BTS stations are a short walk away, while the Bangkok Metro, bus connections and expressway access are all within easy reach. We also offer a limousine service to and from your airport and around the city. The city’s two international airports – Suvarnabhumi and Don Muang – are both within a 30-minute drive of the hotel.

Our Bangkok hotel is near the Night Market of Silom, and many other attractions are within walking distance or a short drive of the hotel. The hotel is near the shopping areas of Silom that are within easy walking distance. Or take the BTS Skytrain or MRT to quickly be transported to a world of both upscale and bargain shopping malls, and marketplaces where you can find anything you desire.

Discover the river from our hotel on Silom Road. The water taxis are just a short ride BTS Skytrain ride from the hotel and can take you on a day-long adventure traveling at your leisure up and down the river and seeing the sights. Asiatique, the Grand Palace and the Temple of the Dawn are just some of the attractions along the river.

You certainly don’t need to venture far from our hotel on Silom Road in Bangkok to experience the color and magic of the city. Our hotel is close to Silom Night Market where you can sample the world-famous street food of Bangkok and browse among stalls selling a variety of colorful wares and knick-knacks.

Staying in a Bangkok hotel near the night market is an easy way to get acquainted with the bustling and vibrant street life of the city. But if you want to take a break from the crowds, the green jewel of Bangkok, Lumpini Park, is also within walking distance.

This park offers a serene lake, broad pathways and mature trees in the heart of the city. Of course, you’re never far from tasty food when you’re in Bangkok. Lumpini Park also offers an array of stalls selling treats you can enjoy as you stroll around the park.

With so much to offer within the Silom area and easy transportation to all the other areas and attractions of the city, staying at a hotel on Silom Road makes perfect sense for the traveler. Get a taste of Thai culture and absorb all the sights, sounds, flavours and spicy aromas that Bangkok has to offer.

If you’re planning a trip to Bangkok, contact the Narai hotel in Silom, Bangkok, and book a room in the most exciting and convenient area of the city.


Narai Hotel

222 Silom Road, Bangkok 10500
+66 2 237 0100
[email protected]


Our limousine service is available 24 hours a day for guests who wish to cruise the city in style. Take a tour of nearby sights and attractions or explore the city and beyond on your own schedule.


Three BTS stations on the Silom Line, or BTS Dark Green Line, are within easy walking distance of Narai Hotel: Surasak, Chong Nonsi and Sala Daeng stations. The Skytrain system is easy to navigate and connects you quickly to many of the city’s sights, including MBK Shopping Center, the Patpong entertainment area, Chatuchak Market and the Chao Phraya Express Central Pier.


Located directly on Silom Road, Narai Hotel has two bus stops within walking distance and enjoys easy access to numerous bus routes. The bus system runs daily from 5:00 am to 11:00 pm.
BMTA: Maha Uma Dhevi Temple Station
15, 76, 77, 115, 117, 163, 164, 504, 514, 544, 547
Feel free to ask our staff for more information on how to explore the city by bus.


Bangkok’s rapidly expanding metro line puts the city at your feet. MRT Silom station, on the MRT Blue Line, can be reached on foot or via a quick connection on the BTS Skytrain system. The MRT serves Bangkok’s historic main railway station, Hua Lamphong, as well as the famous Lumpini Park and Queen Sirikit National Convention Center.



Bangkok’s main financial district by day, Silom Road transforms into a bustling shopping street after dark, brimming with souvenirs, clothes and other things to buy. Chill out in one of the many spas and massage venues, or eat, drink and dance the night away at the neighborhood’s countless restaurants, bars and clubs.


This colorful and vibrant temple is a standout in the Silom area, and one of Bangkok’s main Hindu places of worship. View the intricate designs adorning the walls and watch worshippers coming and going as they make their offerings. Built in the 1860s, the temple is dedicated to the Goddess Mariamman – the South Indian Hindu Goddess of rain.


ASIATIQUE The Riverfront is Bangkok’s first largescale riverside community mall, combining shopping, dining and other sightseeing activities. Easily accessible by free ferry from Sathorn (Taksin) Pier, this vibrant hangout has more than 1,500 shops and stalls, dining and entertainment, and a Ferris wheel offering breathtaking river views. Visitors can also take in cultural shows daily.


ICONSIAM is a sleek new shopping mall gracing the west bank of the Chao Phraya River. Check out high-end shops and eateries while catching a glimpse of modern Bangkok amidst a historical neighborhood. A complimentary ferry service is available from Sathorn (Central) Pier.


Ratchaprasong is the Thai capital’s premier shopping and dining district, offering an array of upscale shopping malls – including Central World and Siam Paragon – dining options and hotels. If you need a little luck, stop in at the nearby Phra Phrom Shrine, which is well-known for bringing good fortune to visitors.

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