Thailand’s highest 360-degree observation deck and rooftop bar is now open and here’s why you should visit it

Going to Bangkok again soon? Here’s somewhere newly opened that you should certainly visit.

Bangkok has recently just announced the opening of its new, world-class landmark and highest observation deck that is 314 metres high: named the King Power Mahanakhon Skywalk.


What makes it worthy of its world-class status? This landmark is located on the 74th, 75th, and 78th floor of one of Thailand’s tallest buildings, and its main highlight would be its indoor and outdoor observation decks, which includes one of the world’s largest glass tray floors and Thailand’s highest rooftop bar.



Yes – that’s right, the floor will be made of glass, which means that guests will be able to enjoy a spectacular 360-degree panoramic views over the ‘City of Angels’ – not just a regular 180-degree view.

But that’s not all – the Mahanakhon SkyWalk is just one part of the King Power Mahanakhon project. Set in the heart of Bangkok on Naradhiwas Road, this landmark is also home many activities you can check out. Keep reading to find out what they are!

King Power Duty Free and Retail Shops (Floor 1 – 4)


This is one of Asia Pacific’s leading centres for duty-free goods, world-class brand name products, exclusive Mahanakhon SkyWalk souvenirs, international quality Thai products and creations, and an array of lifestyle products. In other words, this is THE ultimate hub for shopaholics in Thailand.


Stumped on what souvenirs to get for your friends back at home? We recommend dropping by the retail shops for a fuss-free experience.

Mahanakhon CUBE

Mahankhon CUBE provides some of Bangkok’s best dining experiences, with a line-up of leading international restaurants, café, and gourmet products including Dean & Deluca’s flagship store, M Krub, and L’Atelier by Michelin star chef, Joël Robuchon.

Mahanakhon Square


Over 1,000 square meters, it is a space for exhibitions, performances, and events in central Bangkok – the go-to place to go if you’re an art-junkie or just looking for interesting activities in town!

King Power Hotel (Floor 1 – 18)


Representatives of this project say that 18 floors are dedicated to a hotel, which means you’ll get the opportunity to stay in this iconic landmark. More details to be announced in the next phase.

The Ritz-Carlton Residences (Floor 23 – 73)


This boasts a total of 209 luxurious freehold residences, ranging from 2-5 bedrooms. With units that start from 125 square meters of space, this residential project offers exclusive amenities and services available only at The Ritz Carlton – literally live like royalty at your new, brand-spanking unit!

How to go there


The attraction is located at 114 Narathiwas Road Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok, Thailand and open daily from 10am to 12mn, with the last admission at 11pm. Visitors can enjoy direct, convenient BTS Skytrain access to the attraction via Chong Nonsi Station, exit 3.

Ticket Information

Mahanakhon SkyWalk: Indoor Observation Deck at 74th floor
850 THB for adults, 250 THB for children and seniors*

Mahanakhon SkyWalk & Rooftop: Indoor and Outdoor Observatory Deck at 74th and 78th floor
1,050 THB for adults, 450 THB for children and seniors*

To celebrate the launch, special promotions include a complimentary upgrade to the rooftop with the purchase of a Mahanakhon SkyWalk ticket at 765THB (from the normal price of 1,050 THB) from today until 31 January 2019. Terms and conditions apply.

*Children under 12 years of age. Seniors over 60 years of age.