Your Stay


With so much to see and to do at your doorstep, there is never a dull moment when staying at Hotel Clover Asoke. Located in the heart of Sukhumvit, you are surrounded by retail heaven with department stores and upmarket malls featuring the latest fashion, entertainment and dining.

EmQuartier & Emporium Shopping Mall

Located on Sukhumvit Road, these two malls represent luxury shopping at its best. Shop at more than 400 designer boutiques (such as Chanel, Gucci and Louis Vuitton) or high street brands (such as H&M, Super Dry and Zara). Aside from upscale shopping, these malls are also popular for their many dining and entertainment options, department store and high-end supermarket.

Emporium Address: 622 Sukhumvit Road
EmQuartier Address: 693 Sukhumvit Road
BTS: Prom Phong

Queen Sirikit National Convention Center

The Queen Sirikit National Convention Center (QSNCC) stands as a prestigious landmark in the heart of Bangkok. Renowned for its state-of-the-art facilities and world-class services, QSNCC is a premier venue that has hosted countless international conferences, exhibitions, concerts, and events.

MRT: Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre Station
(One-stop from MRT Sukhumvit, location of Hotel Clover Asoke)

Benjakitti Park

Benjakitti Park, an urban oasis nestled in the heart of the bustling city. Situated in the vibrant Sukhumvit area of Bangkok, this expansive green sanctuary offers a refreshing retreat from the urban jungle.

MRT: Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre Station
(One-stop from MRT Sukhumvit, location of Hotel Clover Asoke)

Terminal 21

Experience the world’s favourite cities at this themed shopping mall. Explore the maze of shops in Tokyo (Level 1), snap a photo with London’s iconic double-decker bus (Level 2), and grab a bite or go gourmet shopping in the Carribean (Level LG). With over 600 shops and restaurants, including one of Bangkok’s best food courts, Terminal 21 is definitely worth a visit.

Address: Sukhumvit Soi 19
BTS: Asoke

Thong Lo

See and be seen in Bangkok’s hippest neighbourhood. The newest dining concepts and latest fashion trends often land first in Thonglor. Shop the latest fashion trends, immerse yourself in the five-storey Art Space or indulge in a massage during the day. When the sun goes down, choose from a plethora of restaurants to have dinner at, before partying the night away at some of the trendiest bars in town.

Address: Sukhumvit Soi 55
BTS: Thong lo

Korean Town

This 3-storey plaza is home to some of the best Korean food in Bangkok, including Korean BBQ, bibimbab, fried chicken and kimchi. You will also find a few small bars, and some shops selling authentic Korean products.

Address: Sukhumvit Soi 12
BTS: Asoke

Little Japan

An enclave of all things Japanese, this street is lined with authentic Japanese restaurants, bars, tea houses, minimarts, bookstores, and even an optician. Enjoy fresh sashimi and sake, or shop for kawaii pet accessories – without having to leave Bangkok.

Address: Sukhumvit Soi 33
BTS: Phrom Phong

Other attractions in Bangkok


Night Train Market, Ratchada Road – A buzzing bazaar where you can shop the night away. Antiques, quirky curios, clothing, accessories and local food abound.
Khao San Road – This tourist haven comes alive at night with hipster bars, exotic street food, local handicrafts, and massage and tattoo parlours.
Chinatown – Explore one of the largest Chinatowns in the world, where you can photograph beautiful temples, shop everything from gold to flip-flops, or go on a gastronomic adventure.
Asiatique The Riverfront – Be spoilt for choices with over 1,500 shops and 40 restaurants at this night bazaar. You’ll also find Thai puppet performances, Calypso ladyboy cabaret and muay thai matches here.

Weekend Markets:

Chatuchak Weekend Market (JJ Market) – Shop till you drop at the world’s largest weekend market. You won’t be disappointed with the variety of merchandise and food options available at the 15,000 stalls.

Shows & Entertainment:

Siam Niramit – Enjoy a spectacular stage performance that will give you an excellent introduction to Thailand’s rich culture and history.


Museum Siam – The interactive and immersive exhibits at Museum Siam are an enjoyable way to learn about Thai culture and how the country has evolved over the years.
National Museum of Royal Barges – Formerly a dry dock for barges and warships, this museum now houses eight Royal Barges. Get up-close with the beautiful and ornately decorated boats, which are used in state ceremonies.