Visit The Best Sky Bar in Bangkok | Cielo Sky Bar & Restaurant

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Bangkok has a stunning skyline. There are a lot of sky bars in Bangkok, but Cielo stands out. Cielo Sky Bar & Restaurant is one of the best places to eat since it makes you feel like you are dining in the clouds. It is one of the best sky bars and restaurant in Bangkok and amongst the most affordable. The restaurant offers the best rooftop views. When you get the chance to walk around the restaurant, you will have a 360-degree panoramic view of Bangkok, and you will be able to see the hills in the Far East, the Chao Phraya River.

Location

Cielo Sky Bar and restaurant is located on the 46th floor of the Leluk condominium, B tower which is on Sukhumvit Street in Phra Khanong district. It is perfectly situated around the nightlife spots in the city and it open at 18.00 pm and runs until 1.30 am.

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Layout

When you step out of the elevator onto the 46th floor, there is a relaxed ambiance. It’s a charming place that has kept things simple. The restaurant has a large spacious balcony fitted with transparent glasses on the railing with several sitting areas including an area with some sofa set. The sitting arrangement in the terrace is perfectly spaced, such that you can have a private conversation but still get to enjoy the fantastic view of Bangkok.

One of the unique features of the Sky bar dinner in Bangkok is the glass skywalk. Standing on the skywalk, 46 floors in the air, makes you feel like you are standing on air. It is not for the faint-hearted or people with a clinically diagnosed fear of heights, but it is ideal for people looking for a good thrill.

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The Bar

When you arrive on the 46th floor, the bar and lounge will be to your right with a dim lighting and a backlit champagne bar. There are a wide variety of drinks including beer, wine, cocktails and mocktails that are made to perfection by the bar’s mixologist. The drinks cost between 100 to 300 baht and are very reasonably priced when compared to other Sky bars in Bangkok city.

The Restaurant

The restaurant has a wide range of international dishes ranging from light meals to eat with your drink to heavy meals. People can choose to dine either from inside the restaurant or from the terrace.

Dining Options

Cielo sky bar & restaurant has several attractive private dining options that attract customers each day.

  • Capricho zone – this area is decorated with some beautiful art décor. It is designated for people who would like to indulge in the works of the mixologist. The quality of the drinks make it one of the top rooftop bars in Bangkok
  • Secreto zone – this is an extremely private zone of the restaurant that is ideal for lovers. The room has a high ceiling and a stunning view of the mountain peaks to the east that are visible at a distance. When in the zone you get to experience a perfect view of the sun setting on Bangkok.
  • Ocaso zone – This zone is the jewel of the Cielo sky bar and restaurant. It attracts a crowd of people, especially during the weekend. It is situated on the balcony giving it a perfect 360-degree view of Bangkok. There is also a gentle breeze blowing by. It can host between 100 to 300 people depending on the type of occasion.

Cielo sky bar and restaurant is one of the restaurants in Bangkok that offers the best panoramic of the Bangkok skyline. The private dining options provide a new definition to the term Sky dining in Bangkok in addition to having one of the most affordable rooftop bars in Bangkok. If you are ever in Bangkok, this restaurant is worth a visit.

Contact & Reservation:
Sky Walk Condominium 46th Floor, W District, Sukhumvit 69-71, Wattana, Bangkok 10110

Phone:
+66 2 348 9100, +66 81 916 4270

Email:
sales@w-district.com

Website: https://www.cieloskybar.com/

 

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World Cities Where East Meets West

There is no doubt that travelling to Asia an unforgettable experience for everyone. The culture, languages, food and architecture are just a few of the things that make the continent such a fascinating and intoxicating place to visit. But there are also cities where western culture has had a very clear impact, and these are the places we are going to be talking about in this article.

This fusion of East and West is incredible to behold, and these cities also provide the perfect introduction to Asia if you have never visited before. You will be able to see the familiar and the not-so-familiar sitting side-by-side. We will also look at a couple of European cities where the Eastern influence has been obvious. So, let’s start looking at each place in more detail.

Hong Kong

Though it is part of China once again, Hong Kong has a very different feel to the rest of the country. After decades of British rule, the remnants are still there despite being handed back 20 years ago. A centre of business and commerce, people still flock here from all over the world to live and work. While the stonework of many of the buildings makes the city feel distinctly Eastern, just look at the road signs and street markings to see the British influence. Depending on which district you visit, you will experience something different every time.

One of the highlights of a visit is a trip between the two main islands on the Star Ferry, where you can truly appreciate the grandeur of the place. Another way to do this is to hop on the Peak Tram for panoramic views over the city. And while you can wander down one of the main shopping streets and feel like you are in London, you can just as easily wander over to the 10,000 Buddhas Monastery and feel like you are in a different world.

Bangkok

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The capital of Thailand has been a melting pot of different cultures, races and religions for hundreds of years. Today, that legacy still lives on, and many people use the city as a gateway to Asia, helped by the fact that one of the region’s busiest airports is located here. While there are big parts of the city where the traffic, noise and sheer number of people can feel overwhelming, there are plenty of hidden corners where you can get some much-needed peace and quiet.

The main party district of Khao San Road is where you will find party-lovers from all over the world. But for more traditionally Eastern sights, you will find numerous temples around, as well as the mighty Grand Palace. An unmissable traditional sight is the floating river markets where you will get a better idea of why Bangkok is sometimes known as the Venice of the East. As for the cuisine, there is no better place to try the many dishes which have become so popular all over the world.

Istanbul

If you are looking from a purely geographical perspective, Istanbul is a city where East and West literally meet. But there has also been plenty of cultural influence from both of the European and Asian continents that the city straddles. There are three main areas of Istanbul where you can see this clearly – Asian, Modern European and the old city of Constantinople. While you will see incredible Islamic buildings like the Suleymaniye Mosque, you will also find dazzling Christian monuments like the Church of St Saviour in Chora.

For fans of shopping and food, Istanbul’s markets are a dream come true. And one of the main pleasures of visiting this city is simply wandering the street to witness the pace of life and diversity of sights, sounds and smells. The city is a unique one that you will want to take your time to appreciate in its entirety.     

Sarajevo

Still one of the most overlooked cities in the whole of Europe, Sarajevo is small but it packs a lot into what it has. Surrounded by hills on all sides, you can hike up here for a spectacular sunset over the city. At the same time, you will hear the call-to-prayer echoing from the minarets which will make your feel like you have travelled a lot further east than you actually have. But there are still plenty of Christians living here as well, and there aren’t many other cities where you can find a church, a mosque and a brewery on the same street!

Sarajevo still bares the remnants of its four-year siege during the 1990s, but there is a peaceful feel to wandering the city now. You can enjoy a coffee (served thick and black in the Turkish style) and wander around the various markets. At times, it is easy to forget that you are still in Europe! Best of all, the city is small enough to explore entirely on foot.

Singapore

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With its towering skyscrapers mixed with an undeniable sense of Asian culture, there is no doubt that Singapore is a place where East meets West. Okay, so technically Singapore is a country, but it is small enough to feel like a city. Next door to the obvious symbols of Western modernity, you will find plenty of Chinese shop houses, Hindu temples and Malay mosques.

There are also plenty of job opportunities for people all over the world, so take a look here if you are looking for room for rent. But it is also great for travellers as well, and the perfect ‘decompression chamber’ for first-time visitors to Asia. Though Malay is the official language, you will find that English is spoken pretty much everywhere you go. One of the most cosmopolitan places in the world, people largely value openness and an acceptance of other cultures. And when it comes to the climate, the temperature stays warms and appealing all year round.

Ho Chi Minh City

Another place where colonial rule has had its influence is Ho Chi Minh City. When you first arrive here, you will probably think that Eastern culture has taken over, but take a closer look at the elegant buildings and leafy boulevards and you will clearly see the French influence on Vietnam’s capital. But at the same time, in the Old Town, you will see plenty of Buddhist pagodas and Chinese temples

The city has become such a backpackers hub that people from across the globe flock here to get an introduction to this beautiful country. And it is probably the most developed place as a starting point, before you snake your way up the country towards the capital of Hanoi. Of course, there are still the sad reminders of Western influence on the country which you can see when you go to the landmarks and museums dedicated to the Vietnam War.

Shanghai

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Not so long ago, the whole of China was off limits to foreigners. But the city that has embraced Western culture more than any other is Shanghai. Just take a stroll along the Bund and stare at the modern skyscrapers or wander the charming streets of the French Concession and you will see how the city has been influenced. But, at the same time, it has still not lost its roots as you will see from attractions like the 16th century Yu Garden.

Alongside many local Chinese eateries, you will also find plenty of big brand foot outlets and European themes restaurants so you really can take your pick. If you are looking for a spectacular view over the city, take the elevator to the top of the World Financial Centre to stare across at just how far this city has come in a few short decades. You will also get a glimpse at China’s potential for the future

Take Your Pick

If you are very much used to Western culture and the idea of travelling to Asia scares you, choosing one of these cities as a starting point is a good idea. As well as some sights that will surprise you, there will also be many that seem a lot more familiar. Once you have gotten your first taste of the continent, it is likely that you will want to experience more and visit some places that are a little more off the beaten track. But the beauty of starting in one of these cities is that you will have easy access to many of your home comforts so you don’t feel too disoriented!   

With the exception of Sarajevo, all of these cities have busy international airports so they are easy to fly into from most places in the world. Best of all, the cost of flights is steadily decreasing so there are more opportunities than ever to explore each of these incredible destinations. The East is much closer than it ever was before, so now is the time to get exploring!    

 

 

 

  

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