The State Tower is Southeast Asia’s largest building, with 68 floors standing 810 feet (247 meters) tall and crowned with a golden dome.
Within these walls is the Lebua, Bangkok’s premier five-star boutique hotel. Your large and luxurious suite has expansive views of the metropolis and includes a separate bedroom, living room, and kitchenette.
Above are Bangkok’s best restaurants and bars, including, Sirocco – the highest open-air restaurant in the world – and Sky Bar, which the New York Times called “the most stunning rooftop bar you will see.”
Below is the river and SkyTrain expressway, which allows you to reach the essential areas of the city easily.
There is an open-air swimming pool by a café that serves breakfast and lunch, and overlooking the pool is the fitness center with a sauna.
The spa's signature, “Synchronized 4 Hands Massage,” sounds very relaxing.