Also known as Suphang Alley, Sukhumvit Soi 34 is a long and winding soi at the start of the Thonglor neighbourhood, which bends around to eventually meet Soi 26.
There are plenty of apartment buildings down here, as well as a number of new property developments like the Crest Sukhumvit 34 and Keyne by Sansiri.
A few other points of interest can be found down here too, especially where the road bends away back into Phrom Phong.
Let’s take a look at the highlights…
Hotel and Cafe
This is a popular 2* guest house on the main road next to Sukhumvit Soi 34. It’s particularly popular with backpackers, who like the low rates, private bathrooms and free WiFi. Breakfast is also available for a surcharge.
They have 10 double rooms available which are very small at just 12 square metres.
This is a beer shop on Soi 34 that sells a huge variety of local and international beers to connoisseurs and beer enthusiasts. They have a cracking selection of craft beer at great prices — you get the wholesale price when you buy six or more bottles.
It’s also a bar where you can try the drinks on offer and get involved with the bar snacks.
Taling Pling serves up savoury Thai cuisine round the corner of Sukhumvit Soi 34.
Yasuda sells both Kobe beef and creative Japanese cuisine in their Soi 34 location. They describe their cooking style as Washoku — a Japanese style tailored to suit Asian palettes. Drinks come in the form of sake.