Located on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River amidst eleven acres of tropical gardens, Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort offers urban serenity matched with authentic discoveries to uncover the real Bangkok street and klong life, before returning to a lush haven to laze poolside.
Pent-up travellers and cultural adventure seekers alike can book a Deluxe Riverside Exclusive staycation starting from THB 2,300 net per night for up to two people staying in a Deluxe Room and enjoy a guaranteed early check in from 8am and check out until 8pm to make the most of their leisure time. Guests will also enjoy a 20 percent saving on food and beverage at all the luxury resort's restaurants and bars.
With a wealth of culinary indulgences to savour by the water's edge, foodies will delight in the resort's new Foodie Staycation special offer that gives them a THB 3,499 dining credit for every night booked, to enjoy memorable meals and captivating cuisine at any of the resort's restaurants and bars. Room rates start from THB 3,499++ per night for up to two guests staying in a Deluxe Room.
Cultural adventurers and budding photographers are in for a sparkling time when they join Khun Diamond, the resort's inimitable Streetwise Guru, and step behind the tourist scene to discover the real Big Mango on a series of tours that were expertly curated to showcase the city's hidden cultural gems.
The Klong Tour takes guests on a longtail boat tour of the capital's thriving age-old lifestyle and rich heritage to discover and experience first-hand Bangkok's klong network - the waterways that were once the nation's lifeline for communication and transport. The tour commences along the Chao Phraya River, before branching off into the heart of the city's fascinating klong labyrinth to reveal unique glimpses of timeless local life and traditional wooden canal homes that jut out over the water. The journey includes encounters with the floating plants farm; exploring glittering temples that were created in the Ayutthaya era; the opportunity to participate in the Thai custom of feeding fish for luck; and a traditional Thai lunch at an intriguing gallery where guests can browse a collection of locally inspired drawings and learn how to create a Thai painting.
The Bangkok Old Town Art Tour shines the spotlight on Bangkok's Creative District of Bang Rak along Charoen Krung road towards Chinatown to explore Talad Noi, one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Bangkok and often referred to as the city's secret Chinatown. Here charming Chinese-Thai shophouses stand steadfast between elegant colonial mansions and historic temples along narrow, winding alleyways filled with street art and mom-and-pop second-hand car parts workshops. Filled with large murals by local and international artists, this former working-class neighbourhood is the hub of Bangkok's street art and a street photographer's delight.
In a Bangkok first, Anantara Spa at Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort has introduced a Tibetan Healing Therapy treatment in the form of Ku Nye, an ancient form of massage therapy taught in traditional Tibetan medicine. The treatment uses therapeutic medicine and time-honoured techniques to treat dry skin and deep fatigue by balancing the five elements to restore a harmonious flow of energy and vitality. A blend of five essential oils work together to stabilise the five sensory organs, while Tibetan cupping, kneading and acupressure techniques help release physical and mental tension. The rejuvenating treatment concludes with warm crystals and poultices on the body to bring harmony from top to toe.
Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort has reinforced its health and hygiene measures under the Anantara group's Stay with Peace of Mind programme. A dedicated 'Guest Guardian' at the resort is responsible for overseeing health and safety standards by ensuring a series of rigid brand health and safety guidelines are always met and surpassed. The primary initiatives were driven by the adoption of new technology, such as digital check-in and check-out; digital concierge services; UVC lights; and HEPA-grade air purifiers, all in compliance with the guidelines issued by the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organisation (WHO). The resort has been awarded various health and safety certifications since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, including Amazing Thailand Safety and Health: SHA certification by the Thai Ministry of Tourism and Sports and Lodging Facility with High Hygiene and Safety Standards certification by the Thai Department of Health and Thai Ministry of Public Health.
For more information about Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort's staycation, dining, spa and cultural excursion offers or to make a reservation, please visit [email protected] or telephone +66 2476 0022.or contact the resort on email
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