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Bangkok on New Years

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Hello all! My husband and I will be in Bangkok this December (including the 31st), as part of a Thailand trip. I have never been to Thailand before, and it has been several years for him. For New Years Eve we would like to possibly go to a nice dinner, and view some festivities from a bar/hotel balcony/somewhere where we feel a part of things but not jam-packed for an entire evening. I am of course not sure if this is possible, and am very open to suggestion! Also, I have reviewed some of the forums on here, but thought I would reach out if anyone had another opinion for a hotel recommendation/a good location for a first-timer. We would like to stay around $300 per night, but are flexible. Also, does anybody have any recommendations for New Years Eve specific events/plans? We enjoy going out, but are not clubbers or heavy partiers. While the concept of a rooftop bar sounds fun and atmospheric, it seems that most of them are serving tasting menus at a hefty price... Does anybody know of any that take reservations for drinks only or something? We don't want to drop $650 per person on a tasting menu. I hope this makes sense, again, thank you in advance for all of your thoughtful advice! Cheers!

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