Where to Celebrate New Year’s Eve 2015 in Bangkok

Hello 2016

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The New Year is just around the corner and you’re probably already thinking about what, where, how and with whom you want to celebrate. Whether you’re looking to party the night away with friends, spend some quality time with family, or have a mellow dinner with your partner, Bangkok has a lot of offer and here are our top picks of where to ring in 2016 in Bangkok:

 

Large Groups and Loud Celebrations

Nothing says indulgence like a luxurious buffet spread for family and group gatherings. Not only can you delight in the large variety of cuisines ranging from local to international favourites, the bustling party atmosphere will surely put you in the mood to start the New Year with positive vibes.

Amari Watergate Bangkok will be offering both indoor and outdoor options. There will be a Glitz & Glamour New Year’s Eve Party at the Garden Terrace where you can enjoy a dazzling yet laid back outdoor atmosphere with a great view of the city’s fireworks at the stroke of midnight. If you’re not much of an outdoor person, you can always opt for the FIRE & ICE event hosted at the Executive Lounge where there will also be a buffet dinner accompanied by stunning city views too.

The balcony of the Executive Lounge at Amari Watergate Bangkok

The balcony of the Executive Lounge at Amari Watergate Bangkok

Intimate Gatherings

For anyone looking to avoid crowds and happier with a mellow ambiance and delicious food set dinners offer great value and variety with beautifully designed courses. Be sure to check out the French-inspired luxurious 7-course set menu with the option of either a bottle or free flow of wine at chic Café Claire at Oriental Residence BangkokWhile Café Claire will be serving French-inspired European cuisine, Thai food lovers can go for the delicious set dinner at Amari Watergate Bangkok’s Thai on 4 restaurant instead.

Dance The Night Away

Bangkok has a long-established reputation for its vibrant nightlife ranging from parties ending at dawn at Khao San road to the ritzy clubs located on Sathorn, Silom and Sukhumvit. For those who wish to dance and party the night away, Sukhumvit Soi 11 is a street dedicated to restaurants, bars, pubs and nightclubs. And if you’re seeking something more opulent, then try the Sathorn-based venue Ku De Ta at Chongnonsi BTS station.

So where will you be this New Year’s Eve?

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