In Bangkok, the insiders would choose the Siam, a smart urban hotel located on the banks of the Chao Praya, discretely built away from the other luxury establishment, close to the historical quarter of Dusit, which still celebrates the traditional Thai culture. The family house has 38 suites and villas with an Art Deco style and whose design mixes furniture in teak, stones, old style bath in neutral tones with white, black, grey and chocolate colours. The philosophy of the Siam is all about experience and lifestyle. The hotel offers an unusual culinary experience by guiding its visitors through the Food Street in Bangkok’s alleyways, or by recommending gastronomic and traditional cuisine degustation in its restaurant, Chon, nestled in the 300 years old typical house. For the cultural activities, we avoid the conventional attractions and prefer to wonder around the neighbouring quarters and visit the Vimanmek Palace, the Marble temple, go for a walk and visit China Town by night, admire the flower market, enjoy a cruise on the Siam boat with its golden woodwork or try an initiation to “Muay Thai”, the thai boxing.