Good news for all the thrill-seekers out there! King Power Mahanakhon Skywalk, the highest indoor & outdoor glass observation deck in Thailand awaits those who are brave enough to make it to the top! Plus, spend the evening at Thailand’s highest rooftop bar for a stunning sunset view with a cocktail in your hand. Do you dare to stand on the glass platform 310 meters off the ground?

About King Power Mahanakhon Skywalk

‘Mahanakhon’ means ‘great metropolis’ which is named after the full name of Bangkok city. Just like the name, King Power Mahanakhon Building, pixel-shaped architectural landmark, was conceived to reflect the ambition and excitement of one of the world’s most dynamic cities!

Opening Hours (Monday ~ Sunday)10:00 AM ~ 24:00 PM
Last admission23:00 PM ((Glass Tray closes at 23.45 hrs)
Sunrise / Sunset Time↑ 6.25 AM / 5.49 PM ↓

If you want to take your time, it’s best to visit when the sun starts to set (around 4-5.00 pm) or on weekends to avoid the crowd.

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Tips on How to Get There

Address: 114 Narathiwas Road, Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok

Located in the heart of Bangkok’s central business district, King Power Mahanakhon Building is conveniently accessible by public transportation, especially the BTS Skytrain.

The most convenient way to reach King Power Mahanakhon is via Chong Non Si Station (Silom Line). Exit no.3 connects directly to the entrance of the building.

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What to See Floor by Floor

1st Floor: Mahanakhon Lobby

The first thing you see when you enter the building is a luxurious lobby. You can purchase your tickets or present your e-vouchers here. Once you’ve gotten your tickets, walk through a corridor of digital walls which will lead you to the elevator boarding area.

Video-themed Elevators

Step into one of Thailand’s fastest elevators which will take you to the 74th floor in less than 50 seconds! Enjoy a video-themed digital experience on your journey up to the indoor observation area.

74th Floor: Indoor Observation Area

When you get to the 74th floor, you will enter the indoor observation area where can enjoy a 360-degree view of Bangkok and beyond! With the whole city right below you very feet, don’t let the height get the better of you!

You can learn more about Bangkok’s landmarks through an Interactive Augmented Reality experience on the mobile and dynamic interactive touch screens.

Plus, how about buying souvenir postcards and writing a letter to your loved ones? Just toss them into Thailand’s highest mailbox next to the postcards vending machine, which is a replica of the very first mailbox of Thailand!

※Tip: When you take the glass elevator heading up to the 78th floor, you can’t go back down to the 74th floor again, so enjoy the indoor observation area as much you can before going up!

78th Floor: The Peak / Sky Deck & Rooftop Bar / Glass Tray

The Peak

Welcome to the main area of the building! The 78th floor of King Power Mahanakkhon Skywalk offers front row seats to a 360-degree outdoor panoramic view of Bangkok. From a whopping 310 meters above ground level, take in the magnificent view that unfolds before your very eyes and experience the best skywalk in Bangkok in one of the tallest skyscrapers!

Observe the scenery in the Sky Deck from the gleaming golden rooftops of Wat Pho and the Grand Palace to the luscious trees in Bangkrachao (the Green Lungs of Bangkok) along the Chao Phraya River.

On a clear day, you’ll be able to witness all of the best tourist spots in Bangkok for miles around to the Gulf of Thailand.

Sky Deck & Rooftop Bar

Time to upload your pics on Instagram! Take a picture and enjoy a romantic sunset moment with signature cocktails and champagne from Thailand’s highest rooftop bar, while listening to live DJ music.



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Glass Tray

Definitely the highlight of a trip to King Power Mahanakhon! Experience one of the world’s largest glass trays at the height of 310 meters from the 78th floor! Take a photo standing or lying down on the glass tray if you dare to!

Visitors are required to cover their shoes with a disposable shoe cover, and to keep all belongings away from the glass tray (including mobile phones, therefore no selfies on the glass!). All the adventurous photography on the glass tray is only permitted in the official photo-taking area, outside the guard line.

4th Floor: King Power Duty-Free & Retail

With King Power International Group being the largest duty-free retailer in Thailand, there are 4 whole floors for shopping in the building. Take the elevator down to the 4th floor where you will be greeted by every shopaholic’s heaven. Here, you can browse through and buy souvenirs ranging from makeup and skincare items to exclusive items of Mahanakhon.

※Tip: You can get discount coupons occasionally in the duty-free shop!

After Visiting King Power Mahanakhon Skywalk

King Power Mahanakhon is located in the epicenter of transportation, so you can get almost anywhere conveniently. If you take the ferry from Sathon Pier Ferry Crossing, you can travel up to Khaosan Road and down to Asiatique where you can watch the famous Calypso Show! What’s more, you can easily get to Madame Tussauds Bangkok and Bangkok SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World in just 15 mins by taxi!

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King Power Mahanakhon Official Facebook

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