4th Annual
South East Asia

Breast Cancer Symposium 2019
"Empowering Patient and Provider in Building Capacity at the Primary Care"

Asia hotel Bangkok, Thailand
30th August - 1st September 2019



Attractions :


Grand Palace / Wat Prakeaw / Wat Pho (Reclining Buddha)

Grand Palace is regarded as the most highly recognized architectural Palace and landmark of tourism in Bangkok. Wat Phra Kaew, Grand Palace and Wat Pho are located in the same neighboring area so you can combine your visit to the Grand Palace with that of the temple. The Grand Palace is a compilation of various buildings, pavilion, huge open lawns, halls, rooms and much more. Once you visit this Palace, you will realize the grandeur of architectural style which is unique to this region. At the same time, you may want to visit the temples including one of the oldest and largest temples in Bangkok features the famous Wat Pho or the Reclining Buddha, which is the largest in Thailand measuring more than 150 feet in length.

Bangkok Wat Arun, Bangkok

Wat Arun is regarded as the third point in the holy trinity in the city of Bangkok. This temple in Thailand is a royal palace and is home to the Emerald Buddha. You will find many cross river ferries going towards Wat Arun every 20 minutes. You can catch the sunset by viewing the temple from the right bankside of the Chao Praya River. Also, you can have a great view from Amorosa which is a rooftop bar.

China Town

One of Bangkok’s most vibrant, authentic and unchanged neighborhoods, Chinatown – known locally as Yaowarat – is a must-see area for visitors to Thailand’s capital. Chinatown’s street food prowess is well known – this is an area of Bangkok that is regarded as having some of the best street food in the city, if not in Thailand or even the world.

Chatuchak Weekend Market

Chatuchack Weekend Market is indoor and outdoor market, Also known as JJ Market was reached a landmark status as a must-visit place for tourists. A huge market about 35 acres, with 27 sections in all, Many shops more than 10,000 shops and stalls offering a wide range of products from Thai handicrafts, handmade products, clothing, accessories, arts and painting, house decorations, households, souvenirs and gifts, pets, plants and book. The heaven for shopaholics!! Opening Hours; Tuesdays - Thursdays for Plants & gardens. Fridays for Wholesale night market Saturdays - Sundays for all areas are opened. Enjoy your shopping!

Jim Thompson’s House
Jim Thompson House in the heart of Bangkok is the former house of American Jim Thompson, turned into a museum. Surrounded by a well kept tropical garden are six teak wooden buildings in traditional Thai architectural style. On display in the houses is a collection of mostly South East Asian art brought together by Jim Thompson. The house is now managed by the James H.W. Thompson Foundation which aims to preserve the house and its art collection. Jim Thompson revived the Thai silk industry. On display around the house are items used in the production of silk as well as boards with information about the process of silk worm harvesting, spinning and weaving. Visitors can walk around in the gardens, to see the house inside join a tour.

Malls :

Reference :  http://www.bangkok.com/top10-shopping-malls.htm

Central World

This megamall (the largest in Thailand, in fact) has a well-rounded collection of shops and entertainment outlets catering to the modern lifestyle. CentralWorld’s youthful dynamic feels welcoming and is always buzzing with life. Its main focus is on trendy fashion brands such as Timberland, Zara, MNG and Izzue. Other highlights include a 15-screen SF World Cinema, an open ice-skating rink, Toys ‘R’ Us and more than 100 restaurants and cafés

Siam Paragon

This glass-and-steel über-luxury megamall is where all the Bangkok’s hi-so and well-heeled folks spend their leisure hours. Find everything from high street fashion to high-tech gadgets, home décor and exotic sports cars. Other highlights include the 16-screen Paragon Cineplex, Kinokuniya bookstore, gourmet cafés and restaurants and Siam Ocean World aquarium.

Central Embassy

Central Embassy is Bangkok’s first ever ultra-luxury lifestyle mall, boasting an impressive collection of high-end designer stores, fine-dining restaurants, swanky cinema screens, and an extravagant six-star hotel. Built on the grounds of the former British Embassy – hence the name – this 18 billion baht mega-mall projects the capital’s status even further as one of the world’s leading shopping destinations.


MBK / Siam

Well known among tourists as a haven for all things affordable, MBK is like an indoor Chatuchak market, with some 2,000 shops occupying seven floors of retail spaces. Its main selling point is the price and diversity of its collection of products, particularly mobile phones, photo equipment, video games, luggage, street wear and gold ornaments. A large food court and SF Cinema City complete the lifestyle experience.