icon-account icon-glass

Bangkok beckoning

Posted by Bespoke Infinite on

Bangkok beckoning

Songkran 2020 was a non-event in April and we're feeling sore and indignant. While we wait with bated breath for the travel ban lift, Bespoke Infinite is proud to present a handful of trusted partners based in Bangkok that can show you a good time.


Cruise along the city's famous Chao Phraya river in a large quaint boat that was previously used to transport cargo. Enjoy the sights and sounds over scrumptious dinner served on board. Beyond a basic meal, our esteemed partner offers cocktails and warm hospitality our clients look forward to. 


As most would agree, a holiday means respite from the rat race. When in Thailand, keep tensions at bay with a massage a day. Off the main roads in the city centre, one of Thailand's most prestigious day spas sits pretty. A personal favourite spa of the Bespoke Infinite team favoured for its rejuvenating, luxurious yet cosy experience and laudable service, step into its slightly lush foyer occupied by plenty wooden furniture after getting past the unassuming street where the spa is located. Settle in with some tea and hot towel, before choosing from a list of services depending on your needs.  


For a free and easy time, soak in the Vitamin D on a morning walk around old Bang Rak district and get to explore the cafes, shops, little parks, and streetside stalls along the east bank of Chao Phraya. Stop by and admire the Wat Yanawa if you're nearby - check out its very unusual wiharn, or shrine hall, built in the shape of a Chinese junk.

The wiharn was built on the orders of King Rama III, who saw steam ships replacing the old junks, and wanted the people to remember the old ships that had originally bought so much prosperity to the kingdom. The 'ship' is made out of concrete, with two pagodas where the masts would normally be.


For a truly bespoke travel experience, Bespoke Infinite is here to help put together your dream vacation. Just get in touch with us and make memories together. 

Older Post Newer Post