Jazz Brunch at the Sukhothai

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Will the Real Sukhothai Please Stand Up?
Sukhothai , 265 miles north of Bangkok, is notable for massive sentinel stone Buddha images that preside over ruins within the old city walls. The largest temple, Wat Mahathat, and Wat Si Chum, with its massive seated Buddha measuring some meters from knee to knee, merit special attention.
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The Sukhothai is an award-winning five-star hotel in the heart of Bangkok. With stunning architecture based on the ruins of the first capital of Thailand, this hotel is a wonderful place to stay and round out any visit to Thailand.

The service and ambience perhaps peak on Sunday afternoons when the "Jazz Brunch" is served in the hotel's Colonnade restaurant. A jazz quartet sets the tone with Miles Davis and Duke Ellington as the Sukhothai's chefs prepare dozens of delectable dishes. Champagne, wine, and fresh juices accent flavorful curries, omelets, fresh seafood, and pastries. Be sure to make a reservation ahead of time as this is a very popular way to spend a Sunday in Bangkok. Expect to spend 1,500 baht for the brunch buffet.

More Info: + 66.23.448.888; www.sukhothai.com


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