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BNH Hospital, first established as Bangkok Nursing Home more than a hundred years ago (in 1898), was one of the first private international hospital.

The current hospital was constructed in 1996. It is a huge complex, built over an area of 2-acres on Convent Road. The hospital is in the midst of tropical greenery and is close to the business, financial, and entertainment districts of Bangkok.

BNH hospital has a large number of medical specialists catering to local and over 100,000 foreign patients every year. BNH gets most of its foreign clientele from the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Germany, France, Switzerland and Denmark.

Besides performing a large number of complex spinal surgeries every year, BNH Hospital boasts of one of the finest IVF clinics in Southeast Asia—the Bangkok International Fertility Center.

Languages spoken

English, German, Japanese, Mandarin, Spanish, Thai, Indonesia, Dutch, Italian

Payment methods:

Cash, Visa, Master Card, American Express, Diner Club




BNH Hospital is located in Silom—one of Bangkok’s more important financial districts.

It is about 30 mins drive from the Suvarnabhumi International Airport in Bangkok.

There are many hotels, banks, offices, small malls, great restaurants in the area around BNH Hospital

During the day, Silom is the perfect business district with suit-clad men and women, carrying morning cappuccinos in hand, brisk-walking to their offices. As the sun goes down, the scene gradually shifts to a fun market place, with traders of the street and neon-lit bars that are known the world over.

What's around

One of the world’s most popular red-light areas, known for its Go-Go bars. All the action is found between Silom and Surawongse Roads, where about a hundred naughty clubs open up. Entry is usually free but you are expected to order a drink there. It is advisable to keep your wits about you and not be lured by tricksters.

There are also a lot of quality bistros and eateries that serve great food and drinks, and are perfect for an evening with your girlfriends.

Patapong Night Street – Most tourists are interested in bargains at Thailand’s street shops and many actually find good deals. If you, like me, prefer to take home cheap souvenirs for everyone rather than just buy chocolates from duty-free, you will likely find a lot in Silom.

This is part of the better-behaved side of Silom. A huge (142 acres) piece of land covered in greenery, punctuated with gorgeous ponds and walkways draws a lot of people who are just looking for an escape from the maddening buzz of the city life, just outside it.

The famous Lebua Sky Bar overlooking the Chao Phraya River is also just around there and could be a great place for a nice evening out.

Although some find it too crowded and commercialized now, the Sky Bar at Lebua State Tower is quite an experience; it is named as one of the top-10 rooftop bars in the world.

Sri Mariamman Hindu Temple and Christ Church are places of interest for the religiously inclined.

Those interested in more cultural experiences can visit the Kathmandu Art gallery, the Bangkokian Museum, and the Bangkok Seashell Museum in Silom.


  • Comfortable bathrooms

  • Electronically adjustable bed

  • TV with satellite/cable connection

  • Refrigerator

  • Personal electric safe box

  • Telephone in room

  • Guest couch

  • International newspaper

  • Wi-Fi

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