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Nearby Attractions

Shopping Mall

- Maxvalue Phatthanakan            - Lotus's Go Fresh

- Seacon Square                         - Paradise Park

- Makro Food                               - Lotus's Go Hypermarket

- The Mall Bangkapi                    - Central Bangna


- Stamford University                   - Thai-Nichi Institute of Technology

- Assumption University               - International Community School

- Triam Udom Phatthanakan        - Beacon House Yamsaard Int. School


- Samitivej Srinakarin Hospital     - Viparam Hospital


- Phatthanakan Fresh Market       - Train Night Market - Srinakarin

Natural Park

- King Rama IX Park                     - Nongbon Water Sport Centre


Suanluang RAMA IX


Suan Luang Rama IX is a city park and botanical garden. the largest in Bangkok with an area of ​​approximately 500 rai, located in Nong Bon Subdistrict, Prawet District , east of Bangkok Built to build to bow to the crown His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej Maha Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great in Supamongkol's 60th birthday, 5 December 1987, with Professor Emeritus Decha Boonkham presided over the landscape design. The Ratchamongkhon Hall, which is an important symbol of Suan Luang Rama IX, was designed by ML Trithosayuth Devakun Currently, Mom Luang Chanaphan Kritdakorn is the chairman of the Suan Luang Rama IX Executive Committee.

Bueng Nong Bon (Lake)


Bueng Nong Bon is a monkey cheek project under the royal initiative. In order to support the floods that flooded the eastern part of Bangkok, because Bangkok has been experiencing heavy flooding since 1983, the drainage in the eastern part of Bangkok It is difficult to enter the Chao Phraya River and into the Gulf of Thailand. because the east side is a marsh need to find an area to collect rainwater thus causing this swamp to arise At present in Bangkok It was developed to be a water sports center for youth. and guests It is the first water sports center in Bangkok. where Mr. Apirak Kosayotin presided over the opening of the center. Went on June 21, 2008. In addition, at this center there is also a part of the exhibition about the royal history of His Majesty the King. In terms of the water sports to see each other as well.

Coordinates:   13°41'43"N 100°39'30"E


Happy & Healthy Bike Lane


"Born as “Green Lane” on March 2014, the two-lane 23.5 km cycling track made use of an old access road bordering an irrigation canal on the edges of Suvarnabhumi Airport. Motivated by a duty to serve the public’s safety and well-being, Airports of Thailand’s purpose was to minimize frequent accidents involving cars and cyclists on nearby Suvarnabhumi Road 3, which runs beside the runway. In 2015, Airports of Thailand and Siam Commercial Bank, undertook a larger mission, and with the help of key Sponsors in 2016, turned it into the truly remarkable Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) project “Happy and Healthy Bike Lane” as it is known today."

Seacon Square


Seacon Square is a comprehensive shopping center that meets international quality standards. and the most modern It is a 5-storey single-storey building and has 2 basement floors with a total area of ​​approximately 500,000 square meters, a shop area of ​​200,000 square meters, and parking for more than 7,000 cars. The key areas are as follows:


Chinatown (Yaowarat Road)

Most of the restaurants or restaurants in Yaowarat area are Chinese restaurants , famous and world-famous for street food, including a wide variety of beverages . Morman from the Michelin Guide and CNN news agency still rank Bangkok as “Paradise of street food” or the city with the best street food in the world for 2 consecutive years, in 2016 and 2017. Piloted in 2 areas, namely Yaowarat Road and Khao San Road open for sale both day and night, such as fish ball noodles and Yentafo ,Pork Knuckle Rice , Pork Satay , Fried Clams , Pad Thai , Guay Jub , Soy Sauce , Goose and Duck Stew , Shark's Fin and Fish Maw, Bird's Nest , Red Pork Rice , Rice with Curry and a la carte , Fruits, Roasted Chestnuts , Bagang , Dim Dim Sum , Rama Long Song , Ancient coffee, etc.

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