One of the most prestigious business addresses in Thailand, 1 Silom Road is an iconic A grade building located in the heart of Bangkok’s central business district.
The building boasts spectacular views over Lumpini Park, Bangkok’s most famous park - modelled after Central Park in New York.
1 Silom Road offers excellent amenities, with local banks – such as Kasikorn Bank and Bangkok Bank - and cafes conveniently located on the ground floor of the building.
The building is located right next to MRT Silom Station and BTS Saladaeng Stations, providing easy access to the airport and other areas of Bangkok.
1 Silom Road is located in the same precinct as some of Thailand’s largest companies in Thailand, including The Charoen Phokphand Group (CP) and Bangkok Bank Head Office.
45 minute by Airport Rail Link and then transfer at MRT Phetburi Station to arrive at MRT Silom Station
Right in front of MRT Silom Station and 2 minutes from BTS Saladaeng Station via Sky Walk
1 Silom Road is location at the heart of Silom Road, one of Bangkok's most cosmopolitan streets. It runs parallel to the Sathorn business district, making Silom Road a major financial center.
Access in and out of the area is easy and facilitated by public transportation; Sala Daeng (BTS) skytrain, steps away from Silom MRT subway station and express way. Many 5 star hotels, restaurants and banks are just around the corner.
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