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KING POWER MAHANAKHON
King Power Mahanakhon is Thailand’s new architectural landmark, located in the heart of Bangkok’s central business district at Chong Nonsi BTS station. A place where luxury meets privilege, the 78-story mixed-use development is also home to the Ritz-Carlton Residence, King Power Retail and Duty-Free, and King Power Mahanakhon SkyWalk–a state-of-the art observation deck boasting the city’s most epic views at 314 meters.
King Power Mahanakhon Building was conceived to reflect the ambition and excitement of one of the world’s most dynamic cities. It is a showcase of one of the most significant examples of contemporary architecture and urban design in all of Thailand. Designed by an award-winning architect, the Mahanakhon Building spirals up through the urban jungle of Bangkok, representing this vibrant city. Bangkok, with its contrasting mix of traditional temples and modern skyscrapers, has developed an eclectic skyline and the Mahanakhon Building fits right in.
74TH FLOOR :
– Experience 360-degree panoramic views from the indoor observation area.
– Learn more about Bangkok’s landmarks through an Interactive Augmented Reality experience and dynamic interactive touch screens.
is one of the best premium attractions at the heart of Bangkok, combining spectacular views with an unmatched guest experience.
Located at the top of King Power Mahanakhon Building, the Mahanakhon SkyWalk is perfect for all visitors, all year round. Thailand’s highest observation deck at 314 meters offers 360 degree panoramic views from an indoor and outdoor viewing area, and is a must-see attraction to add to your Bangkok bucket list.
78TH FLOOR :
– Thailand’s highest outdoor observation area, with its highest point located at The Peak, 314 meters above ground level.
– Walk on one of the world’s largest Glass Tray at 310 meters.
– Thailand’s highest Rooftop Bar, with champagne, signature cocktails, and an unbeatable sunset experience.
At 314 meters and 78 floors, it is recognized as Thailand’s Tallest Building (2016 – 2018), certified by the Council of Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat in April 2016. Its luxury ‘mixed-use’ development is specifically designed to complement the city’s existing skyline and gives Bangkok an iconic architectural landmark.
The counter is the core concept of L’Atelier. 36 high stools are organized around an open kitchen allowing customers to witness all aspects of cooking, from food preparation to the plating of dishes. A unique dining experience with informality, conviviality and high level of interaction between chefs and diners.