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Rama VIII Bridge
Rama VIII Bridge is one of the works of King Rama IX. Built to connect Thonburi and the Royal City with Bang Yi Kan Liquor Store and Wisutkasat Road. This bridge also facilitates travel from Phra Pin Klao Bridge and pays homage to his father, King Rama VIII. The design is an asymmetrical suspension bridge with cables on the Thonburi side and the counterweight on the royal side, which has been open to the public since 2002.
The space along the Chao Phraya River in the recreation area is suitable for many purposes, from walking, running and relaxing to organizing events, festivals and performances, especially traditional activities along the river, such as the Royal Barge Parade , during which a pavilion will already be built the pier. There are many restaurants around the area allowing you to enjoy your meal by the water. Of course, this place is very popular on Loy Kratong Day as the bridge will be decorated with lights, ready to be photographed as a souvenir.
Arunratchawararam Temple, the Royal Thai Consulate was built in the Ayutthaya era. It was named Jang (Dawn) Temple because of the return of Thaksin the Great at dawn. Be sure to reserve an afternoon, with the Chao Phraya River as the foreground, to watch and photograph this spectacular scenery at sunset. These photos will bring back fond memories of Bangkok.
Wat Arun, often called The Temple of Dawn, is one of the most remarkable visual identities of Bangkok. As one of the most important temples in Thai history, Wat Arun in Bangkok has many unique sights. In particular, there are Central prang, colorful glazed porcelain tiles and shell-covered towers like shrines, allowances, bell towers and many Buddha statues beside giant statues.
The Grand Palace
The Grand Palace is one of the most beautiful palace in the world which, complex of buildings located in the center of Bangkok, Thailand. Since 1782, this palace has been the official residence of the king of Siam (and later of Thailand). Since the time of Rattanakosin, this place has shown beauty and prosperity. One of the mpost visited places domestically and internationally. It is recommended to wear appropriate clothes, it is both a palace and a temple. The surrounding streets provide beautiful scenery, perfectly combined with the sunset and golden sky.
The Grand Palace is composed of numerous buildings, corridors, pavilions and pavilions, arranged around lawns, gardens and open courtyards. Its asymmetry and eclectic style are attributed to its organic development. In 200 years of history, successive kings have added and rebuilt. It is divided into several parts, the Emerald Buddha Temple; the outer courtyard, with many public buildings; the central courtyard, including the Phra Maha Monthien building, the Phra Maha Prasat building and the Chakri Maha Prasat building; the inner courtyard and the Siwalai Gardens block. The Grand Palace is currently open to the public as part of a museum, but it is still a fully functional palace with several royal offices.
Tha Maharaj’s design concept is “Riverside Community mall, Urban Oasis, Art and Cultural Market”. The site transforms the 3 Rai space on Maharaj Road into a community shopping mall, bringing a new urban lifestyle. As a meeting point and recreation area, this place is owned by Supatthra Real Estate Co., Ltd. The structure implements a colonial fusion design, adding a touch of retro and nostalgia. The roof provides beautiful views and breeze, and there is an activity and activity area in the middle. The interior is decorated with plants to make it feel natural and complement the riverside location. Take a selfie and enjoy the sunset leisurely.
You can spend an entire afternoon relaxing in the resort, perhaps having a cup of coffee in one of their cafes, then visiting the art bookstore, then sipping some ramen before lunch, and relaxing in the water.
From Tha Maharaj takes 15 minutes to walk to the Grand Palace which houses the Wat Pho and Siam Museum. After an active day immersed in culture and history, return to Tha Maharaj for a cup of iced coffee, and then take a boat from the pier to the next destination.
River City Bangkok
River City Bangkok is a shopping mall located near the Chao Phraya River and has been selling art and historical objects since 1984. Since 2016, with the motto “Anchor of Art and Antiques”, major renovations have been made to make it more modern and more suitable for the urban lifestyle. It has always been the largest art and antique center in Thailand and Asia.
The design of the building is transparent and modern. Helps clear glasses to enhance their uniqueness. There are special stickers everywhere to interact with the lights at night. The colors used are clean and elegant, such as white, black and gold. This place hosts exhibitions and galleries, as well as a number of events such as seminars and auctions. It also known as boarding pier for dinner cruise along Chao Phraya River.
ICONSIAM, a landmark of evening lifestyle shopping mall that shows the prosperity of the Chao Phraya River. Its objective is to provide convenience to shopping centers, hotels and attractions. It is planned to open in 2018 with a capital of more than 54 billion baht. Building is packed with luxurious and futuristic equipment. It combines luxury and modernity with tradition, art, local festivals and innovation. It also contains many shops and movie theaters. Go to the rooftop and enjoy the bird’s-eye view of the Chao Phraya River, transforming from a luxurious life to a relaxed life. Take a few photos while breathing fresh air.
There are some special areas that distinguish ICONSIAM from other shopping malls. To name a few, SookSiam brings together the best provinces in Thailand into a “village”, while ICONCRAFT selects high-quality Thai handicrafts and displays them on two floors. The ICONSIAM building is a very modern building, imitating the folding method of the water lamp, transforming the traditional Thai design logo into a modern interpretation. In order to bring you closer to Thai and international culture, ICONSIAM Heritage Museum is collecting Thai cultural relics from different eras and holding traveling exhibitions. The world-class entertainment area, including the most advanced auditorium and cinema, allows you to experience the ultimate fun in a movie or event. ICONSIAM invited a three-Michelin-star restaurant and other famous restaurants scattered in the complex to meet the global standard of dining standards.
ASIATIQUE Riverside, The landmark is the first of many new riverside shopping and entertainment districts and is very different from most other night markets in Bangkok.
It combines the open-air shopping and food center with the pure fun of our favorite traditional night market in the Thai capital. It is full of food, drinks, attractions, shops and the enjoyment of retro buildings. Enjoy a night stroll, admire the river and sunset views, and taste Japanese, Chinese, Italian, European and other cuisines. Whether you are a single, a couple or a family, you will feel happy and relaxed with the decoration that invites you to take pictures. Holiday events will take place in the coming days, bringing lights and music.0