Lorenzo, Crutchlow and Chantra raise the roof in Bangkok

Riders meet the media at the top of the MahaNakhon for an unparalleled view of Thai metropolis Bangkok.

The Himalayas may be the rooftop of the world, but head a little further east and the mountains become skyscrapers. In Bangkok, the skyline is a forest of man made mountains; a city of incredible beauty, colour and contrast - so where better to kick the PTT Thailand Grand Prix into gear on the road to Buriram?

Pre-Event, PTT Thailand Grand Prix

On Tuesday, Jorge Lorenzo (Repsol Honda Team), Cal Crutchlow (LCR Honda Castrol) and home hero Somkiat Chantra (Idemitsu Honda Team Asia) headed up, up and away to the 76th floor of the King Power MahaNakhon in the nation's bustling capital for a media date with a difference - 314 metres above the city floor. A place to be seen, but also a place to see...with unparalleled 360 degree views of the skyline and even the streets below on the SkyWalk, where you can walk on the glass floor nearly a third of a kilometer above terra firma.

Pre-Event, PTT Thailand Grand Prix

The three riders got a taste of Thai culture with music and dance before meeting the media, and then they posed for a unique photoshoot and did some filming with the Repsol Honda and LCR Honda Castrol machines on the roof. To top it off, they finished the evening settling down to dinner overlooking the incredible views.

Stay tuned for more on Wednesday as MotoGP™ heads for some other stunning landmarks in the city!