A luxury hotel dinner at the highest point in Bangkok. A blissful time to enjoy the night view and food.

The Baiyoke Sky Hotel is the tallest building in Bangkok.
The 88-story building is the highest in Thailand, and its appearance can be seen from anywhere in Bangkok.
Located on the 82nd floor of this skyscraper hotel is the Crystal Grill, the highest restaurant in Bangkok.
The food is buffet style, with all-you-can-eat international dishes such as Thai food, sushi, tempura, fresh seafood, and desserts such as cakes, crepes, and ice cream.
Although it’s a buffet, there are also many hot dishes such as steak, pad thai, tom yan kung, etc. that are cooked right in front of you, so you’ll have to fight for time and your stomach to decide what to eat!

Dinner under the night view of Bangkok, one of the world’s most famous cities in Southeast Asia, is not only a delicious meal, but also an unusual and romantic atmosphere that is far from the ordinary.

Eating in the noisy city of Bangkok is fun, but there is a different kind of fun and charm to Bangkok here.
A dinner in the sky, away from the hustle and bustle of Bangkok, with a truly beautiful view of the city at night, will be a great memory for couples, couples on a special night, or a fun night with the ladies!

Take a cab to Bayoke Sky Hotel



The Baiyoke Sky Hotel is located on Ratchadamri Road, which runs through the center of Bangkok, a little north of Central World where Isetan is also located.
By train, it is a 4-5 minute walk from Ratchaprarop station on the Airport Rail Link to Suvarnabhumi International Airport.

If you are coming from the center of the city, it is better to take a cab because you have to change trains at least once.
If you take a taxi from the BTS Siam station, it costs about 50 baht (about $2).
However, traffic jams in Bangkok in the evening can be unimaginable in Japan, so it is recommended that you allow plenty of time to get around.

Choose your dinner time from 5pm, 7pm, or 9pm

There are three dinner time slots to choose from: 17:00, 19:00, and 21:00, which you can specify when you make your reservation.
Each of these times is two hours long, but there is no last order, so you can enjoy plenty of time.

The only difference is the start time, but there is no difference in the content of the meal or the service, so you can choose the time that is most convenient for you while comparing with your other plans.
The food was being served one after another, so you don’t have to worry even if you go at 9pm.

By the way, this time I made a reservation through a service called kkday. (Reference: 【Bangkok】Baiyoke Sky Hotel: Lunch / Dinner Buffet with Observation Deck Floor Ticket)

The price is $19.46 per person, which is unthinkable in Japan.
Moreover, you can apply in Japanese, so those who are worried about their language skills do not have to worry.

Both the entrance and the reception desk get crowded, so give yourself plenty of time!

The entrance on the first floor is shared with hotel guests and restaurants on other floors, so it can get quite crowded depending on the time of day.
Moreover, you have to change elevators twice to get to the restaurant on the 82nd floor, so it takes more time than you think.
We arrived at the restaurant around 6:40 p.m., but it was around 7:00 p.m. when we were finally seated at the restaurant.

I would recommend you to act early so as not to waste your meal time.

As well as the crowds, there are also many photo spots, so you can’t help but take pictures and it gets late (laughs)!

The night view from the restaurant on the top floor of Bangkok was still amazing!

After completing the reception, we finally arrived at the restaurant.

The table we were shown to was right next to a window that was 5 meters high. In other words, the night view of Bangkok is right next to us!

Looking at the futuristic night view of Bangkok. The particularly bright area in the middle is Central World.

Dinner with a beautiful night view will surely be a great memory.

The best part is the food!

After taking a seat and enjoying the night view, let’s take a look around to see what kind of food is available!

Tom yan kung, a typical Thai dish! You can choose your favorite ingredients such as shrimps and vegetables to make it.
It’s still spicy, but it will blow away the fatigue of a day spent in the heat.

A stylish pasta dish, you can choose from three sauces and order it to be boiled on the spot so you can eat it fresh.

And of course, all the seafood you can eat! The freshest ingredients are boiled on the spot, so they’re hot and delicious!

Seafood Paella. This restaurant just has an amazing variety of seafood! You have to try it!

Spring rolls are well known in Japan. It is not only seafood, so even those who do not like seafood can enjoy it.

You can have a variety of dishes prepared right in front of you.

This is the Pad Thai kitchen.
Those giant shrimp are eye-catching! It’s nice to be able to have your food made right in front of you, using your favorite ingredients.

This is the open kitchen of Teppanyaki.

Steaks and skewers (with salmon) are also grilled on the spot, so you can always have them freshly prepared.

Drinks are extra

Drinks are extra for the plan we used.

Two soft drinks cost about 350 baht including service charge!

Pineapple juice. Even the soft drinks are stylish.

A wide variety of desserts

Crystal Grill offers not only food, but also a wide variety of desserts such as fleur and cakes.

Chocolate fountain. Apples, watermelons and pineapples are dipped in chocolate.

A variety of colorful cakes and fruit jellies that are cute to look at.
Not only does it look good, but it tastes so good that you can’t help but overeat.A Thai dessert. I thought it would be sweet since it is a Thai dessert, but it was not too sweet and the puffy texture made it an addictive dessert.

After dinner, be sure to visit the outdoor observatory on the 84th floor!

After enjoying a delicious meal at the Crystal Grill, be sure to visit the outdoor observation deck on the 84th floor!
By the way, the ticket to the observation deck is included in the dinner price, so you can go straight in for free.

This is an outdoor observatory that is separated from the rest of the city by only a wire fence, despite its incredible height of 84 floors!
You can enjoy the night view while directly experiencing the air of Bangkok.

And conveniently, it is a rotating observation deck, so once you stop, you can enjoy the night view of Bangkok 360 degrees on your own.

It’s easy to just leave after enjoying the food, but this is also a highly recommended spot, so be sure to go up just a little bit and enjoy the wonderful night view of Bangkok, which is different from the restaurant!

Reference: 【Bangkok】Baiyoke Sky Hotel: Lunch / Dinner Buffet: Observation Deck Floor Ticket Included.

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