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Kid’s fun at Centre Point

Kid’s fun at Centre Point

Enjoy a Fun Family Outing at Madame Tussauds Bangkok Madame Tussauds, the internationally renowned wax museum that originated in London, also has a branch in Bangkok. It offers an entertaining escape that’s great fun for families with a bit of extra ...
Koh Chang Beach in Trat Province- Beaches Near Bangkok

Koh Chang Beach in Trat Province- Beaches Near Bangkok

Centre Point Hotel Sukhumvit is our oasis of nature in the bustling city centre. But it isn’t the only place where you can enjoy nature during your stay in Bangkok. Check out the nearby Koh Chang Beach, within easy travelling distance of our hotel, ...
The Healthy Benefits of Eating Lemongrass (Ta-Khrai)

The Healthy Benefits of Eating Lemongrass (Ta-Khrai)

  Have you eaten a dish where your taste buds were singing due to the zing of a lemony flavor? If so, you were probably eating a dish made with the popular Asian herb: lemongrass. Lemongrass, also called ‘ta-khrai’ in the Thai language, not onl ...
The Origins of Emeralds

The Origins of Emeralds

  Emeralds are one of the most unique precious jewels found in the world today. Part of what makes them incredibly special from the other precious metals is their vibrant green color and their square shape. Unlike rubies, which can naturally be ...
Celebrate Songkran in Bangkok with Centre Point Sukhumvit 10

Celebrate Songkran in Bangkok with Centre Point Sukhumvit 10

Songkran is one of the most exciting times of the year to be based in Thailand – especially if you’re ready to celebrate in the streets! At Centre Point Sukhumvit 10, we’re gearing up for a fun-filled festival during which our guests can make the mo ...

How to Travel to Centre Point Hotel Sukhumvit 10

  Centre Point Hotel Sukhumvit 10 is located in one of the most exciting areas in Bangkok. It’s in the heart of the city located right next to Benjakitti Park. This location is perfect for exploring many of the highlights and attractions in Bang...

New Year’s in Sukhumvit – Rooftop Bar

  It’s no surprise as to why Bangkok loves celebrating New Year’s Eve. As a visitor, you can find a fun event taking place is any district throughout the city. Some of the city’s best bars to celebrate at are the rooftop bars located in the Sukh...

What Makes MIX Restaurant and Bar So Special

  Even if you’ve never traveled to Thailand before, you know that the country is known for having the best dishes around the world. So it’s no wonder why B...

Loi Krathong at Sukhumvit

Every year, in the 12 month of the lunar year and on the night of the fullest moon, everyone in Thailand goes out to celebrate Loi Krathong. Loi Krathong takes ...

Khlong Toei – Sukhumvit Bike Paths

It’s not surprising when you hear about world travelers biking through Asia. All the biking popularity between foreigners has peaked the interest of locals in T...

The Origins of Emeralds

  Emeralds are one of the most unique precious jewels found in the world today. Part of what makes them incredibly special from the other precious metals i...

Bananas in Coconut Milk : In the Thai language, it is known as Kluay Buat Chee.

  One of the first things you are going to want to do when you arrive to the bustling capital city of Bangkok is to try the street food. Bangkok is known f...

The Healthy Benefits of Eating Lemongrass (Ta-Khrai)

  Have you eaten a dish where your taste buds were singing due to the zing of a lemony flavor? If so, you were probably eating a dish made with the popular...

Klong Toey Market- Where You’ll Find the Best Ingredients and Produce in Bangkok

While you’re touring around Bangkok, you can’t miss the biggest wet market in the city, the Klong Toey Market. Not only is this market the largest in the captiv...

Songkran in Khon Kaen and Khao San Road.

  The Songkran Festival is of great significance to the Thai people as it signifies a new year for them. Annually, it occurs from around 13th April to 15th...

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