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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.
  Sukhumvit
The Sukhumvit area of Bangkok is easily accessible on the Skytrain Sukhumvit Line, which runs from Mo Chit through the Silom Line interchange at Siam Square up to On Nut on Soi (side-street) 81. The Bangkok Metro's Sukhumvit Station interchanges with the Skytrain at Asok.

The area between Sukhumvit Soi 1 and Sukhumvit Soi 63 is popular as residential area for western expatriates. Japanese nationals tend to prefer from Asok intersection upwards. Rentals tend to be higher in the even numbered streets between Soi 8 and Soi 28 and in the odd numbered streets between Soi 15 and Soi 39. Soi 12 is occupied mainly by Indian expatriates.

The areas of Soi Cowboy (between Soi 21 Asok and Soi 23) and Nana Entertainment Plaza (Soi 4) are packed full of go-go bars. Restaurants of various levels of luxury exist all along the road, as well as hotels including famous names such as The Westin, JW Marriott and Sheraton. Also several shopping malls are found, like the upscale The Emporium shopping center. It also harbours the eastern bus station at Soi 63 Ekkamai.

Source : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sukhumvit_Road
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