Mahanakhon Skywalk - The Beautiful Experience Of This Skywalk- Thailand's Mesmerizing Tourist Attraction
As you enter the glass-floored King Power Mahanakhon Tower's Skywalk, you will be treated to an incredible panoramic perspective of Bangkok. Standing on the balcony of among the tallest structures in the city and taking in the bustling streets of Bangkok will make you feel as though you are on top of the world. You will undoubtedly be in awe when you see an amazing sunset that paints the sky with orange colors. The skywalk offers breathtaking views of the city at night as it is illuminated by the finest lights.
Best time to visit: Anytime
Things to do: Experience the Multimedia Elevator, Outdoor 360-degree Observation Deck (78th Floor), MahaNakhon Bangkok SkyRides, Augmented Reality Experience (74th Floor)
HOW TO REACH MAHANAKHON SKYWALK
- Flight - Flight is the most convenient way to reach its shores. Most Indian cities, including New Delhi , Mumbai , Bangalore , Chennai , Hyderabad, and Kolkata , have direct flights to Bangkok , the country's capital. Routes are also available via one or two transit destinations, depending on the airline chosen. While the quickest non-stop flight from Kolkata's Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport is approximately 2 hours 25 minutes, the quickest one-stop flight is nearly 8 hours. Furthermore, depending on the transit destination and waiting period, some airlines may take up to 17 hours. Individuals can fly with Thai Airways, Air India, SpiceJet, Jet Airways, Thai AirAsia, Bangkok Airways, IndiGo, AirAsia, Emirates, Sri Lankan Airlines, Singapore Airlines, and China Southern Airlines.
- Road - The India-Myanmar-Thailand trilateral highway allows for travel between India and Thailand. The journey begins in Manipur, north-east India, and continues to Mae Sot, Thailand. A total distance of 3,200 km would take about a week to complete.
HOW TO GET AROUND
- BTS Station - Take the Airport Link from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Phayathai BTS Station, then a train to BTS Chong Nonsi Station (Exit 3), and then continue walking directly ahead for about two minutes. Take the train from Victory Monument BTS Station to Siam BTS Station from King Power Rangnam.
- Tuk-tuk - This multicoloured three-wheeler is the country's most indigenous mode of transportation. Because it is a tourist favourite, it is usually pricey, ranging between 80 and 150 Baht. However, we would recommend at least one ride for the sheer thrill of it! Make sure you know a few Thai phrases to avoid being duped into paying an exorbitant fee.
- Bus - Bangkok has the most extensive bus network in the country, with a variety of coloured public and private buses. The cheapest local bus is around 7 Baht, with other classes varying in price. Long-distance buses are also available to destinations such as Pattaya, Hua Hin, Krabi, Phuket, and Phuket Chiang Mai.