Just across where we stay (KC Place Hotel) is the Thailand’s tallest hotel the “Baiyoke Sky Hotel.” After freshening up, we didn’t waste our time, we head out to Baiyoke Sky to eat lunch. We’re supposed to have buffet lunch at Bangkok Balcony in 81st floor. Bangkok Balcony is the newest fertile grilled & international buffet outlet. It has 4 outdoor balconies where you can view according to view the amazing city of Bangkok.
But since we have limited budget, we end up in Sky Coffee Shop in 18th floor. This resto is more than just a coffee shop, they also serves both Thai and international cuisine with slight view of the city.
Ana ordered Japanese vento set and I tried their beefy lasagna.
My beef lasgana comes with freshly-baked bread with butter.
I also ordered one of their best seller drinks the “Baiyoke Passion Drink.”
And Ana ordered Green Mango and Apple Shake.
Baiyoke Sky Hotel Facts:
Strategically located in the heart of downtown Bangkok, the 88-storey Baiyoke Sky Hotel is Thailand’s tallest building. The hotel is convenient to the largest fashion square in downtown Bangkok, and close to shopping centers and entertainment, with Central World, Gaysorn Plaza and the Peninsula within walking distance. The business center at Baiyoke Sky Hotel features the full range of modern equipment and around-the-clock professional assistance. The airport-rail link to Suvarnabhumi Airport can be connected to at nearby Rajprarop Station, 150 meters away – a hotel shuttle bus makes the trip every hour. The shuttle also transports guests to Chatujak weekend market (JJ market) and to Suvarnabhumi Airport. (source: www.agoda.com)