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Baiyoke Sky Tower in Bangkok

Place name: Baiyoke Sky Tower

Baiyoke Sky Tower is the tallest building in Thailand. The tower is 309 meters high. The 84-storey building accommodates a huge car park, Baiyoke Sky Hotel, as well as an observatory and a revolving observation platform.

You can get to the desired level by the stairs (though not everyone is capable of doing this) or by elevators of two types. The ordinary elevator goes to all floors without restrictions, and the speed elevator will take you only up to the 77th floor.

Region: Bangkok, Thailand

Location: 222, Thanon Playa Thai, Ratchathewi

Open hours: daily from 10:00 am to 10:30 pm

Phone: +66 2 656 3372

Official website: http://baiyokesky.baiyokehotel.com/ru

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Get on the roof of the highest skyscraper in Bangkok
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A high-speed glass elevator will take you to the observation platform at a height of 309 meters.

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