Bangkok: rejuvenate in parks and spas

Bangkok's Lumpini Park undergoing a rejuvenation for its centenary

Nurture your wellbeing at the city’s spas and green oases.

With the Green Bangkok 2030 project reshaping the city, and Lumpini Park undergoing a rejuvenation for its centenary, the Thai capital is shedding its party image to emerge as a wellness haven.

Beyond Bangkok’s renowned nightlife and culinary scene lies the transformative narrative of a metropolis that intertwines holistic health with pioneering wellness, rooted in ancient Thai traditions. We can book you into medical wellness retreats for futuristic treatments, such as cryotherapy, DNA testing, and body light therapy – on top of traditional Tok Sen massages. No longer confined to spas, wellbeing pulses through the city’s veins, with the Bangkok250 and Green Bangkok 2030 initiatives transforming urban landscapes into verdant oases. Explore revitalised parks, stroll the country’s first ‘garden bridge’ at Chao Phraya Sky Park, and enjoy immersive views of urban nature from the skywalk of the recently opened Benjakitti Forest Park.

Bangkok's Lumpini Park undergoing a rejuvenation for its centenary

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Bangkok’s ‘green lung’

Bang Krachao

Rent a bike to cycle around Bang Krachao in Bangkok

Hidden in the city’s heart, Bang Krachao is a man-made mangrove jungle island, accessible by a ferry ride. Rent a bike and explore the Bang Krachao Floating Market, the serene Sri Nakhon Khuean Khan Park, and charming local farms.

Explore the Bang Krachao Floating Market,

Bangkok – when to go

From November to February, during the cooler season.

The best time to visit Bangkok is from November to February, during the cooler season.

Bangkok – where to stay

The Siam Hotel

The Siam Bangkok

Experience curated wellness treatments amid lush gardens at this urban oasis, which harmonises Thai artistry with contemporary luxury and sustainable measures, including eliminating single-use
plastic bottles.

Shangri-La Bangkok


Embrace Thai warmth and serenity along the Chao Phraya River with a cutting-edge XMF facial or a traditional Siamese massage at the spa, sunbed relaxation, and river views from the Krungthep Wing’s rooms’ private verandas.

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Aude Camus

Parisian-born Aude visited her first restaurant aged just a few days old – now she's always ready for her next meal. When not interviewing award-winning chefs or looking for a new restaurant to visit, you’ll find her planning her next getaway from Hong Kong where she’s lived since 2015. Her travel writing has appeared in online publications such as Destination Deluxe and The Hotel Journal, and she runs a lifestyle platform for French expats living in Hong Kong.

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