25th Mar 2012 4:24pm | By Editor
13:00 Take your hangover to sparkling shopping mall Siam Paragon (siamparagon.co.th), where the food court offers up an overwhelming array of treats – try the Chiang Mai sausage for the strange sensation of a banger that tastes like Thailand. The air conditioning should help the alcohol sweats.
15:00 Feeling refreshed? Then dive into Chatuchak Weekend Market (Th Kamphaeng Phet 3), where more than 5000 stalls will be vying for your attention. Everything and anything is for sale, from clothes and trinkets, to live snakes.
18:00 The best food you’ll eat in Thailand will be bought from street stalls, where curries, pad thais and everything in between are best enjoyed with an ice-cold Thai coffee. But if you fancy splashing out on your last night, the most spectacular place to KO the wallet is Sirocco. The world’s highest al-fresco restaurant gives a breathtaking vista of the city, set on the 63rd floor of the Dome at Lebua (lebua.com). Expect a five-star price tag.
21:00 End your weekend at Coyote (coyotebangkok.com), where there are more than 75 types of margarita to choose from. Also serves some of the most mouth-blistering hot sauces on the planet. Can you think of a better way to end a weekend of debauchery in Bangkok?
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