Team Building in Bangkok

Ranking just behind Singapore in terms of tourist arrivals, Bangkok is the second largest MICE city in South-East Asia. With direct flights from all major cities in the world to Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok is the number one destination in Thailand for a large team building event.

Bangkok offers a large choice of four and five star hotels, with meeting capacity for groups of up to 5,000 people.

Depending on the team building activity, the location for your accommodation may be of utmost importance.

For team building activities in Bangkok’s Lumpini Park, it’s best to stay at Lumpini or Silom area. Lumpini park can be reached on foot from the following hotels, making it an ideal location for a low carbon event:

For a team building Amazing Chase on public transportation, we recommend to stay either at Silom or Sukhumvit, in one of the hotels recommended below that are close to a BTS or MRT station:

  • Sheraton Grand
  • W Hotel Bangkok
  • Westin Grand
  • St. Regis

For a team building event on Koh Kret by bicycle, it’s best to stay near Dong Muang Airport. My favorite hotel is Amari Dong Muang.

Staying at Chao Phraya River has its special charm. There are a number of infamous hotels. For a team building event with private long tail boat, it’s recommended to stay in one of the following hotels:

  • Anantara Riverside
  • Mandarin Oriental
  • Shangri-La

For a Market Barter team building event at Sampeng Lane, Chinatown is the perfect area to host your group. One of Chinatowns oldest and most prestigious hotels is the 76-room boutique hotel Shanghai Mansion.

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