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Erawan Shrine is a place where many Thais and foreigners visit, worship and watch graceful Thai classical dance performances and Chinese lion dances as well as offering floral garlands, food, fruit and wooden elephants. Brahma is a four-faced god of kindness, mercy, sympathy and impartiality. An increase of visitors who are both locals and foreigners cause an increase of donations, so donations are spent for maintenance and refurbish, as well as donate to hospitals and the charitable foundation.

Located on Ratchaprasong Road.

Distance to Erawan shrine 1.2 km

By Walking : 14 minutes

Taling Chan Floating Market is the nearest floating market from Bangkok which is located 14 kilometers away. There are many types of food, especially seafood that sell on the longtail boat which is the kitchen of vendors. Experience with local life by having lunch on the floor with the locals and local life tour by riding a longtail boat around the canals. Shopping souvenirs alongside tasting food.

Distance to Taling Chan from Bangkok 14 km

By BTS and Taxi : BTS Bangwa Station and take taxi to Taling Chan

Opening time : Saturday and Sunday at 8.00 - 17.00 hrs

Over 200 years ago Chinese citizens immigrated to Thailand and settled in Yaowarat Area including Wat Phra Kaew, the Grand Palace and the Phahurat or Indian market, so it’s called “Chinatown”. Chinatown has become a famous marketing place in Bangkok, located on Yaowarat Road, Samphanthawong District, for locals and foreigners. Chinatown is an attraction in terms of lifestyle, especially gastronomy tourism and some restaurants are recommended by Michelin Guide such as Guay Jub Ouan Pochana and Lim Lao Ngow.

Distance to Yaowarat Road : 5.6 Kilometre

By MRT : Wat Mang Korn station

By Taxi : 20 minutes

Opening hour : 7.00 - 1.00 hrs

Wat Pho is known as the largest Reclining Buddha in Bangkok and is the significant temple of King Rama 1. The temple is an historically important place for Thais in terms of knowledge and art; Traditional Medicine School in Thailand. You can experience Thai traditional massage for relaxation.

Distance to Yaowarat Road : 5.6 Kilometre

By MRT : Sanam Chai Station

By Taxi : 30 minutes

Opening hour : 8.00 - 17.00 hrs.

Temple of the Emerald Buddha is the famous tourist attraction in Bangkok and was built since the first monarchy of Thailand. Wat Phra Kaew was a residential place of the King, but right now it has been used for occasional ceremonial purposes. The attire of the Emerald Buddha is changed for every season; summer, winter and rainy by the King.

Located near the Grand Palace

Distance to Temple of the Emerald Buddha : 99 Kilometre

By MRT : Sanam Chai Station

By Taxi : 30 minutes

Opening hour : 8.30 - 15.30 hrs

MBK Center is a large shopping mall in Bangkok. The visitors are Thais and foreigners. MBK Center contains around 2,000 shops, restaurants and service outlets. Authentic merchandise is also available.

Located Phayathai, Pathumwan

Distance to MBK Center : 2.8 Kilometres

By MRT : National Stadium Station

Opening hour : 10.00 - 22.00 hrs

Asiatique the Riverfront is a large outdoor shopping mall located riverside which is the signal of the relationship between Thailand and Europe. Exclusive experience with royal food while watching the show from Joe Louis : The Art of Thai Cuisine. Sightseeing Bangkok view from huge ferris wheel and excited with Muay Thai live.

Located Charoen Nakhon

Distance to Asiatique the Riverfront : 12 Kilometres

By BTS : Saphan Taksin Station

Opening hour : 16.00 - 24.00 hrs