Sight Seeing
Museum & Art
Night Life
1. MRTA(subway) Samyan Station: 0.4 Km.
2. BTS(skytrain) Saladaeng Sta.: 0.6 Km.
3. Hualampong Main train station: 2 Km.
4. Patpong: 0.6 Km.
5. Lumpinee Park: 0.5 Km.
6. Robinson department Store: 0.35 Km.
7. Central department Store: 0.6 Km.
8. MBK & Siam paragon: 2 Km.
9. Wat Traimitr: 2.3 Km.
10. Grand Palace : 5.6 Km.
11. Wat Pho: 5 Km.
12. Khaosarn Road: 5 Km.
  Khoa san road
Khaosan road or Khao San road is a short road in central Bangkok, Thailand. It is located in the Banglamphu neighborhood (Phra Nakhon district) about 1 km north from the Grand Palace with Wat Phra Kaew. It has developed over the years into probably the most profound worldwide example of a "backpackers' ghetto", with relatively cheap accommodation compared to other areas of central Bangkok. The accommodation varies from 'mattress in a box' style hostels, to full Western-standard luxury.

    Khaosan road has in recent years also become popular among local people, especially artists and art students. The road hosts a number of pubs and bars, where people of many nationalities meet and discuss their travels. Khaosan and the streets nearby are also Bangkok's center of dancing, partying and splashing water during Thai New Year (Songkran festival) on April 13 to April 15.

    Khao san means 'raw rice' in Thai. Before it became a tourist hotspot, the street was a major rice market for Bangkok.

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