Mahanakhon SkyWalk: how to visit Thailand's tallest skyscraper

You are going to visit Bangkok? Then don't miss Mahanakhon SkyWalk, the new attraction that allows visitors to walk on a glass walkway suspended in the void, located 314 meters high. It is located at the top of King Power Mahanakhon, Thailand's tallest skyscraper, and certainly not for those with a fear of heights.

What is the Mahanakhon SkyWalk?

It is a rooftop terrace located on top of Thailand's tallest building, the King Power Mahanakhon, at a height of 314 meters. It goes without saying that the view of the city of Bangkok from here is spectacular.

The highlight of the attraction is the large glass walkway, which protrudes from the edge of the building, one of the largest glass observation decks in the world. To get on, you need to wear canvas protectors (such as those used in airports) over your shoes.


If you are not afraid, do not miss the chance to immortalize the moment with one

How to visit Mahanakhon SkyWalk

1 floor - Once you enter you will find the lobby and the SkyWalk Mahanakhon ticket counter. A corridor of digital walls leads to the area where you take the elevator. Here you will have the chance to experience Thailand's fastest elevators which are capable of reaching the 74th floor in just 50 seconds. The interior walls of the elevators are also covered with digital screens.

74 floor - here is an indoor observation deck that offers 360-degree panoramic views of the city. Through the cutting-edge interactive installations you will be able to discover some of the main sites of interest in Bangkok.

75 floor - is the area where you take the glass elevator that takes visitors to the 78th floor where the outdoor panoramic terrace is located.

78 floor - you will find yourself in Thailand's highest outdoor viewing area, with its highest point, The Peak, 314 meters above ground level. Here you can enjoy a drink in what is referred to as Thailand's highest rooftop bar. Don't miss a photo on one of the largest glass walkways in the world, with a bird's eye view of the beautiful skyline below.

Book your ticket for the Mahanakhon SkyWalk Observation Deck


The King Power Mahanakhon skyscraper

King Power Mahanakhon was completed in 2016 and cost nearly a billion dollars. Thanks to its height it has earned the title of "tallest building in Thailand", bypassing the old keeper, Baiyoke Tower II, a 304-meter hotel.

The skyscraper has 78 floors and has different uses: floors from 1 to 18 are dedicated to a hotel, floors 23 to 73 are reserved for the Ritz-Carlton residences, on the 73rd floor there are the penthouses of the Sky Residences, while Levels 74 to 78 are for the observatory / bar.

Thai duty-free giant, King Power, has bought much of Mahanakhon's goods, and it should come as no surprise that you'll have to walk through a large King Power duty-free shopping area before you leave. If you have a plane ticket, you can actually enjoy excellent discounts.

Opening hours

MahaNakhon Skywalk is open to the public from 10am until midnight every day. Last admission is at 24 pm.

We advise you to go around 16 pm, when the heat begins to decrease. Towards sunset, around 17:30 pm, the crowds begin to increase significantly, as does the queue to enter the glass walkway.

price tickets

They exist on two types of tickets:

  • 850 baht tickets offer access to the 74th floor
  • 1.050 baht tickets offer access to all three floors (74th, 75th and 78th)
Book your ticket for the Mahanakhon SkyWalk Observation Deck


How to reach us 

The MahaNakhon building is located on Narathiwas Road at BTS Chong Nonsi. Located in the heart of Bangkok, the King Power Mahanakhon Building is conveniently accessible by public transportation and BTS Skytrain.

Address: 114 Narathiwas Road, Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok

Mahanakhon SkyWalk: how to visit Thailand's tallest skyscraper
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