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Silom

SILOM

Silom is a sub-district and road in Bang Rak District. Located to south of Pathum Wan shopping district, the area is one of the city's most important financial districts with many skyscrapers and office towers that are home to financial institutions, bank headquarters, insurance companies, and the head offices of some of the largest companies in Thailand. Silom Road that runs parallel to the Sathorn business district is often called the "Wall Street of Thailand". The high-class travellers of Silom Road have also influenced the standard of hotels and restaurants located in the surrounding area. Most of the hotels are four or five-star hotels, catering to business travellers. Fancy restaurants serving Thai and international cuisine fill the streets around Silom Road. The neighbourhood it is also an interesting spot for shopping, far away from the glitz of Siam Square, however, there are several malls like the Bangkok Fashion Outlet and the large Silom Complex. Located just behind Sala Daeng BTS Station, it is a mall full of fashion options and restaurants really appreciated by tourists, even if locals appreciate more Lai Lai Sap Market, located a few walking distance away on Silom Soi 5. By nightfall, Silom turns in one of Bangkok’s most famous nightlife spots. The famous red-light Patpong area only a couple hundred metres from Sala Daeng BTS Station. Soi Patpong, just off Silom Road, is teeming with bars, discos and go-go bars, and it is home to the Patpong Night Market and Foodland Patpong. The nearby Soi Thaniya is popular for Japanese restaurants and karaoke lounges, while Silom Soi 4 and Soi 2 is the area dedicated to gay visitors. For visitors who want more sophisticated locals, Silom is home of trendy rooftop venues like the Cloud 47, located on 47th floor of the United Center Building, and Ce La Vi Bangkok, formerly Ku Dé Ta, located at floors 39 and 40 of Sathorn Square Building. Silom area is well served by either Bangkok's mass transportation systems. The Skytrain runs through a long road of Silom Road until the Chao Phraya riverside, while the MRT Blue Line follows underground the path of Rama IV Road to north. Connected by a skywalk, Si Lom MRT Station and Sala Daeng BTS Station are the interchange stations between the two transport systems. More  






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