THE BEST OF THE REST: LUMPHINI PARK, PAD THAI, TUK-TUKS & MORE (DAY3)
Now that you’ve seen the historical sites and got all your shopping out of the way, it’s time to mix things up a bit, so we’ve made your day-three itinerary as relaxing or as exciting as you please.
Enjoy a Slow Morning by The Pool or Visit a Floating Market
If you’re in the mind for some relaxation we recommend a chilled morning by the pool. Sit back with a favorite read, sip on a refreshing smoothie and let your cares drift away. If you’re in the mood for something more adventurous, we can arrange that too. Our staff can help you arrange an early-morning excursion to Bangkok’s famous floating market.
Visit Lumphini Park
Bangkok’s lush and leafy Lumphini Park is just a 20-minute walk away from Narai Hotel or ore one stop away on the BTS Skytrain. If you’re seeking an oasis of calm away from the hustle and bustle of downtown Bangkok, this is the place to go.
Eat Bangkok’s Best Pad Thai at The Mint World Tapas Bar
If you’re looking for Bangkok’s tastiest Pad Thai, then Narai is the place to stay. Our Mint World Tapas Bar is famous for its take on Thailand’s favorite noodle dish, perfect for a casual lunch to break up your day.
Take a Tuk-tuk Tour Through Bangkok
Equally exhilarating by day or night, travelling around by tuk-tuk is a quintessential Bangkok experience. Whether you have a destination in mind or you just want to take in the sights and sounds of Bangkok, this is a journey you won’t forget.
See Muay Thai Boxing
There are a number of places to see Thailand’s national sport in Bangkok, but for an authentic experience we recommend New Lumpinee Boxing Stadium, located near Don Muang airport, or the more central Rajadamnern Boxing Stadium.