The Baiyoke Tower II is the tallest tower in Bangkok, soaring 304-metres into the sky

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Bangkok: Baiyoke Observation Deck with Sky Dining Buffet

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Baiyoke Sky Restaurant provides a buffet with a range of international food, seafood and Thai dishes...

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Bangkok Sky Balcony Buffet

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Revel in Bangkok's vibrant city lights from the 81st floor of Baiyoke Sky Hotel while dining on authentic Thai cuisine f...

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City tour from the sky - Bangkok classic 360°

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Baiyoke Tower II Observatory and Revolving Roofdeck, Bangkok

The Baiyoke Tower II is the tallest tower in Bangkok, soaring 304-metres into the sky.

The Baiyoke Tower II is the tallest tower in Bangkok, soaring 304-metres into the sky. It has an observatory on the 77th floor and a revolving roof-deck on the 84th floor. The revolving roof-deck offers panoramic views of different parts of the city's skyline. It is best to visit right before dusk and watch the sun go down from the tower. Afterwards, you can visit the Rooftop Bar on the 83rd floor which has live performances in the evenings.


Hours

Sun

9:30

23:59

Mon

10:30

23:59

Tue

10:30

23:59

Wed

10:30

23:59

Thu

10:30

23:59

Fri

10:30

23:59

Sat

9:30

23:59

About Baiyoke Tower II Observatory and Revolving Roofdeck

 77-84F, Baiyoke Tower II, 222 Ratchaprarop Rd

 +66 2 656-3000

 www.baiyokehotel.com

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