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Within walking distance; our guests can shop around the world-renowned Chatuchak Weekend Market, taste local delicacies at Or-tor-kor fresh market with produces from around Thailand, take a morning stroll in Chatuchak Park or simply unwind at cafés and bars in the local hangout areas of Ari and Saphankwai nearby.
Chatuchak Weekend Market
(5 minutes walk)
Wander through world's largest weekend market with 15,000 stalls spreading across 35 acres and 26 sections. Experience local food, art, antique, fashion and much morehttps://www.chatuchakmarket.org
Or-tor-kor Fresh market
(5 minutes walk)
Ranked no. 4 best fresh market in the world by CNN. Taste local delicacies , exotic fruits, vegetables ,and imported specialities from around Thailand and Asia.
Chatuchak Park / Wachirabenchalat Park / Queen Sirikit Park
(10 minutes walk)
Stroll through one ofBangkok' largest park. A perfect place for jogging or walking or cycling. A good place to relax and get away from city. Butterfly museum and children museum nearby make these three connected parks the ideal place for family with kids.
Saphankwai / Ari district
(1 train station / 15 minutes by car / 30 minutes walk)
Explore Chic Cafe and bustling street food in the neighborhood of saphankwai and ari. Home to dozen of hip coffee shops , bars and boutiques restaurants both thai , asians and international. While Ari is a rising close-knit community, Saphankwai offers a blend of old and new with traditional street foods in front of old styled shop-houses.
(3 train station / 20 minutes by car)
Shop till you drop at Kingpower Rangnam, a large duty free shopping complex with diverse mix of products from 1,5000 international and local brands especially curated for travelers. When travel by train, you will pass victory monument, a masterpiece commemorating Thai victory in Franco-Thai war.