MRT Lumphini Station
Lumphini Station is located at Rama 4-Wireless-Sathorn junction, next to Thai-Belgium Bridge.
The station is mostly surrounded by embassies, and business buildings and some interesting tourist attractions. In
the past few years, Lumphini Station used to be the destination of shopaholics when Suan Lum Night Bazaar was still
opening, but since it was permanently closed in 2011, there is no shopping attraction left in this area.
Explore Lumphini Station
- Banyan Tree Hotel : A 5-star hotel offering 327 spacious rooms fully equipped with
in-room amenities featured with on-site facilities and world-class services. Located on South Sathorn Road
only a few minutes away from MRT exit 2, can be reached by a short taxi ride.
- Mirth Sathorn Hotel : A beautiful boutique hotel offering well-appointed guest rooms
with Thai-styled decoration; featured with complimentary services. Located on Soi Sathorn 4, can be reached
by a short taxi ride from exit 2.
- Pantip Suites : A 4-star hotel with 148 rooms fully equipped with modern amenities as
well as offering complimentary services to all guests. Located on Soi Sathorn 1, only a few minutes away
from exit 2 by taxi.
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- Pandanus Bar Bistro : A vintage decorated restaurant providing indoor and
outdoor zones for customers' choice, serving Italian & Thai food with various featured menus at reasonable
prices. Recommended menus are Spaghetti Creme Sauce with Prawn, Prawn in Dry Curry, Garlic Bread with Mushroom
and White Wine Sauce, Banoffee Pie. This restaurant is located on Soi Sathorn 1 only a few minutes away from
exit 2. Opens daily from 11.30 AM - 1.00 AM.
- Inaho : A Japanese restaurant offering a la cart and buffet menus of sushi,
sashimi, tempura, ramen, tapanyaki, featured with cool Asahi beer at about 500 baht / person only. Located on
the 2nd floor of City Street Building, next to Honda showroom, where can be reached via exit 2. Opens daily at
11.00 AM - 2.00 PM and 5.00 PM - 10.00 PM.
- North East Thai Esan : A modern restaurant serving yummy Thai and Esan food at
cheap price. Recommended menus are Phad Thai with Prawn, Thai-styled Papaya Salad and Grilled Pork Shoulder.
The restaurant is located opposite to Lumphini Park (MRT exit 2), opens daily from 10.00 AM - 10.00 PM.
- Lumpini Boxing Stadium : An indoor Thai Boxing stadium opened since December
8, 1956 to promote Muay Thai nationwide and worldwide as well as to find new champions. It is the second
national Thai Boxing stadium after Rajadamnern. There are many famous Thai Boxing champions fought and gained
their reputation here such as Samart Payakaroon, Ramon Dekkers, Buakaw Por Pramuk, etc. The stadium usually
provides weekly matches on Tuesday and Friday at 6.30 PM - 10.30 PM, and on Saturday at 4.00 PM and 10.30 PM.
Admission fees for tourists are 1,000 / 1,500 / 2,000 baht according to seating.