• EDEN’S CAFÉ

  • KING PRAJADHIPOK MUSEUM

  • WATER TAXI at PANFA LEELARD PIER

  • EDEN’S CAFÉ

    Just a few steps from our front door this petite French-inspired bakeshop is one of the hottest openings in 2017. The daily menu is small but totally fantastic with highlights such as dark beer cake, lemon pie, and various choices of toast. We recommend you go there early or the cakes will run out.
    Opening hours: Tue – Sun 09.00 – 16.00

    KING PRAJADHIPOK MUSEUM

    Occupying a pastel neocolonial-style building at the corner of Panfa intersection, this museum assembles old memorabilia and pictures that demonstrate the dramatic life of Thailand's last absolute monarch – King Prajadhipok (King Rama VII; r 1925–35) from his days on the throne through the 1932 Siamese coup d'état, and to his untimely death in England in 1941.
    Opening hours: Tue – Sun 09.00 – 16.00

    WATER TAXI at PANFA LEELARD PIER

    Once upon a time Bangkok was dubbed as the ‘Venice of the East’ due to its extensive canal system. Now you can still ride along some of these preserved canals via water taxi. The Golden Mount Line runs from Panfa Leelard terminal pier just behind King Prajadhipok museum to Pratunam pier near CentralWorld shopping complex. This is an interesting way to visit the famous Jim Thompson's House at Baan Krua Nua pier 3 stops away.
    Opening hours: Everyday 05.30 – 19.00 / Boats run every 20 min or less.

  • STREET FOOD on MAHA CHAI ROAD

  • PHRA SUMEN ROAD

  • DEMOCRACY MONUMENT

  • STREET FOOD on MAHA CHAI ROAD

    Maha Chai Road is an amazing street food haven on it’s own. Here you will find the remarkable Jay Fai with a Michelin star, the city’s most renowned Pad Thai Thip Samai, and plenty of other vendors totally worth a visit. From our residence it is very easy to get to Maha Chai Road, simply stroll across Panfa Bridge and turn left at the sight of Mahakan Fort.

    PHRA SUMEN ROAD

    Just a short leisurely walk from BPR, you will find many cool cafes, bars and local restaurants situated along Phra Sumen Road. This rather quiet strip has been serving a lively mix of ex-pats, locals, and discerning tourists for years. To put it simply, if you are looking for something artsy Phra Sumen Road is the place to be.

    DEMOCRACY MONUMENT

    This circular monument is the focal point of Ratchadamnoen Klang, the Parisian-style Avenue that runs from the north end of Sanam Luang to the Golden Mount. As the name suggests, it was built to commemorate Thailand’s significant shift that ended the absolute monarchy. Close by is the Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall that you can visit for a fun tour of everything that make Bangkok great!

  • EDEN’S CAFÉ

  • PRA NAKHON COMMUNITY

  • EDEN’S CAFÉ

    Just a few steps from our front door this petite French-inspired bakeshop is one of the hottest openings in 2017. The daily menu is small but totally fantastic with highlights such as dark beer cake, lemon pie, and various choices of toast. We recommend you go there early or the cakes will run out.
    Opening hours: Tue – Sun 09.00 – 16.00

    KING PRAJADHIPOK MUSEUM

    Occupying a pastel neocolonial-style building at the corner of Panfa intersection, this museum assembles old memorabilia and pictures that demonstrate the dramatic life of Thailand's last absolute monarch – King Prajadhipok (King Rama VII; r 1925–35) from his days on the throne through the 1932 Siamese coup d'état, and to his untimely death in England in 1941.
    Opening hours: Tue – Sun 09.00 – 16.00

  • WATER TAXI at PANFA LEELARD PIER

  • STREET FOOD on MAHA CHAI ROAD

  • WATER TAXI at PANFA LEELARD PIER

    Once upon a time Bangkok was dubbed as the ‘Venice of the East’ due to its extensive canal system. Now you can still ride along some of these preserved canals via water taxi. The Golden Mount Line runs from Panfa Leelard terminal pier just behind King Prajadhipok museum to Pratunam pier near CentralWorld shopping complex. This is an interesting way to visit the famous Jim Thompson's House at Baan Krua Nua pier 3 stops away.
    Opening hours: Everyday 05.30 – 19.00 / Boats run every 20 min or less.

    STREET FOOD on MAHA CHAI ROAD

    Maha Chai Road is an amazing street food haven on it’s own. Here you will find the remarkable Jay Fai with a Michelin star, the city’s most renowned Pad Thai Thip Samai, and plenty of other vendors totally worth a visit. From our residence it is very easy to get to Maha Chai Road, simply stroll across Panfa Bridge and turn left at the sight of Mahakan Fort.

  • PHRA SUMEN ROAD

  • DEMOCRACY MONUMENT

  • PHRA SUMEN ROAD

    Just a short leisurely walk from BPR, you will find many cool cafes, bars and local restaurants situated along Phra Sumen Road. This rather quiet strip has been serving a lively mix of ex-pats, locals, and discerning tourists for years. To put it simply, if you are looking for something artsy Phra Sumen Road is the place to be.

    DEMOCRACY MONUMENT

    This circular monument is the focal point of Ratchadamnoen Klang, the Parisian-style Avenue that runs from the north end of Sanam Luang to the Golden Mount. As the name suggests, it was built to commemorate Thailand’s significant shift that ended the absolute monarchy. Close by is the Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall that you can visit for a fun tour of everything that make Bangkok great!

  • EDEN’S CAFÉ

  • EDEN’S CAFÉ

    Just a few steps from our front door this petite French-inspired bakeshop is one of the hottest openings in 2017. The daily menu is small but totally fantastic with highlights such as dark beer cake, lemon pie, and various choices of toast. We recommend you go there early or the cakes will run out.
    Opening hours: Tue – Sun 09.00 – 16.00

  • KING PRAJADHIPOK MUSEUM

  • KING PRAJADHIPOK MUSEUM

    Occupying a pastel neocolonial-style building at the corner of Panfa intersection, this museum assembles old memorabilia and pictures that demonstrate the dramatic life of Thailand's last absolute monarch – King Prajadhipok (King Rama VII; r 1925–35) from his days on the throne through the 1932 Siamese coup d'état, and to his untimely death in England in 1941.
    Opening hours: Tue – Sun 09.00 – 16.00

  • WATER TAXI at PANFA LEELARD PIER

  • WATER TAXI at PANFA LEELARD PIER

    Once upon a time Bangkok was dubbed as the ‘Venice of the East’ due to its extensive canal system. Now you can still ride along some of these preserved canals via water taxi. The Golden Mount Line runs from Panfa Leelard terminal pier just behind King Prajadhipok museum to Pratunam pier near CentralWorld shopping complex. This is an interesting way to visit the famous Jim Thompsons House at Baan Krua Nua pier 3 stops away.
    Opening hours: Everyday 05.30 – 19.00 / Boats run every 20 min or less.

  • STREET FOOD on MAHA CHAI ROAD

  • STREET FOOD on MAHA CHAI ROAD

    Maha Chai Road is an amazing street food haven on it’s own. Here you will find the remarkable Jay Fai with a Michelin star, the city’s most renowned Pad Thai Thip Samai, and plenty of other vendors totally worth a visit. From our residence it is very easy to get to Maha Chai Road, simply stroll across Panfa Bridge and turn left at the sight of Mahakan Fort.

  • PHRA SUMEN ROAD

  • PHRA SUMEN ROAD

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    Just a short leisurely walk from BPR, you will find many cool cafes, bars and local restaurants situated along Phra Sumen Road. This rather quiet strip has been serving a lively mix of ex-pats, locals, and discerning tourists for years. To put it simply, if you are looking for something artsy Phra Sumen Road is the place to be.

  • DEMOCRACY MONUMENT

  • DEMOCRACY MONUMENT

    This circular monument is the focal point of Ratchadamnoen Klang, the Parisian-style Avenue that runs from the north end of Sanam Luang to the Golden Mount. As the name suggests, it was built to commemorate Thailand’s significant shift that ended the absolute monarchy. Close by is the Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall that you can visit for a fun tour of everything that make Bangkok great!

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