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Experiences

COMO Metropolitan Bangkok is situated in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, a commercial area beyond the clamour of the tourist trail, but just minutes from lively restaurants, shopping and bars. A strong sense of the city’s character emerges—sharp, contemporary design mingling with a thriving street culture.

As a guest of COMO Metropolitan Bangkok, you benefit from a concierge team who can give you access to these different seams, with up-to-date insider knowledge. To experience Bangkok on a bespoke, personal level, or for more information, approach the concierge team at the Front Desk or email guest services on concierge.met.bkk@comohotels.com.

Nearby Attractions

  • The Grand Palace: Built when King Rama I moved the capital to Bangkok and houses the famous Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha). 
  • Wat Arun: The ‘Temple of Dawn’, that features five Khmer-style architectural prangs adorned with mosaics of broken Chinese porcelain. Located on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River. 
  • Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC): Offers three floors of gallery space, theatre, film, literature, music and some impressive architecture. There is also an outdoor courtyard with room for an art market and stage for live performances.
  • Chatuchak Weekend Market: A chaotic maze of stalls includes hill tribe crafts, antiques, musical instruments, Buddhist amulets, live snakes, flowers, fountains and furniture. 
  • Amphawa Floating Market: Located 50 kilometres from Bangkok. Dozens of food stalls line up the riverbanks and surrounding streets. Visitors can explore surrounding canals and rivers in a traditional long tail boat. 
 

Activities

  • Golf: Tee off at Thai Country Club golf course, the best maintained championship course in the country. 
  • Muay Thai (Thai boxing): Watch one of Thailand’s strongest traditions, at Lumpini Boxing Stadium. This fast and furious sport draws an enthusiastic crowd.
  • Lumpini Park: Explore jogging trails at the city’s largest and most popular park, named after Buddha’s birthplace, featuring woodland walks, manicured lawns and a lake.