The Grand Postal Office is an imposing monument in intimate Bangrak with a bright future as an event's location. It was designed by architects Miw Jitrasen Aphaiwong and Phrasarot Ratnanimman and stands today as a strong form of the brutalist style.
The Grand Postal Office is an imposing monument in intimateBangrak with a bright future as an event's location. It was designed byarchitects Miw Jitrasen Aphaiwong and Phrasarot Ratnanimman and stands today asa strong form of the brutalist style. It is to be noted that during that time,the architectural scene was highly influenced by German and Italian architects.And thus, the Grand Postal Office was aggrandized with its monumental façade,giant blocks, and its athletic Garuda sculptures. The building is now home tothe Thailand Creative and Design Center in the Creative District.
Wat Hua Lamphong is an authentic Buddhist temple where various aspects of Thai cultures, traditions, and beliefs are observed regularly. Lamphong Buddhists are known to believe in Karma; hence, visitors go there to make a merit of good karma. It is just a stone’s throw away from MRT Sam Yan Station and is situated close to Hua Lamphong Station.
One of the largest Chinatowns in the world. There is no better way to experience Bangkok’s Chinatown than simply getting lost. The three roads you need to know are Song Wat, Soi Wanit 1/Sampeng Lane, and Yaowarat. Between these three parallel roads are networks of small streets full of markets, street foods and local businesses.
Asiatique The Riverfront is one of the most unique and popular night markets in Bangkok. It has successfully combined two of the most popular shopping experiences in the city: a night bazaar and shopping mall experience. With more than a thousand boutique stalls, Asiatique combines shopping, dining, sightseeing, activities and events under one roof. The strong cultural aspect is what sets it apart from other shopping malls.