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The magnificent view of the city from the 63rd floor of a skyscraper, known to the wide public from the movie "The Hangover, Part 2", cannot leave anyone indifferent.
To experience the unforgettable atmosphere of Bangkok roof-top bars to the full, go to Lebua hotel on Silom Road. After getting to the very dome of the 63-floor tower, be sure to visit the highest restaurant in the world – Sirocco, and the luxurious Sky Bar.
If you don’t want to miss the opportunity to enjoy all this magnificence, it’s better to reserve a table beforehand. But if it didn’t work out anyway, a worthy replacement will be Breeze Sky Bar, located next door – it's a lovely place especially for seafood lovers.
Going to Lebua Tower, you should mind the strict dress code of the place.
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Sky Bar on the mapLocation: The Dome at lebua 63rd floor, 1055/42 Silom Road Bangrak
daily from 06:00 pm tо 01:00 am
Phone: +66 2 624 9999
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The Jim Thompson House
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Chao Phraya River
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The Marble Temple
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National Theater of Thailand
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The Golden Mount is a fabulous islet of peace in the heart of the bustling metropolis. The way along a winding path is not less beautiful than the temple on the top!15