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Bangkok River is regularly featured by the national, regional and international media. Travel writers and bloggers visit the Chao Phraya River throughout the year to write articles about where to stay and what to do for travelers looking to discover the real Bangkok. You will find a selection here.

Why the Creative District on Bangkok’s Charoen Krung road is the hottest place to be

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The southern section of Bangkok’s Charoen Krung road – a 150-year-old thoroughfare that follows the Chao Phraya River – was home to the city’s first tramline. The area declined after the early 20th century, but of late, new galleries, restaurants and bars have brought a new life here.

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Highlights am Chao Phraya Fluss

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Die gesamte gegend rund um den “fluss der könige” entwickelt sich enorm. Es gibt mittlerweile viele neue entertainment-, shopping- und kreativ-viertel. Um einen schnellen überblick zu bekommen, fasst eine neue webseite die attraktionen perfekt zusammen.

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ยกระดับคุณภาพชีวิตด้วยย่านสร้างสรรค์

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จะดีแค่ไหนหากย่านที่เราอยู่และความคิดสร้างสรรค์เติบโตไปพร้อมกัน เราเชื่อว่าคนจำนวนไม่น้อยอยากเห็นภาพนั้น เช่นเดียวกับกลุ่มคนที่ลุกขึ้นมาทำความหวังในระดับ“ย่าน” ให้เป็นจริง พวกเขาคือกลุ่ม Creative District ที่อยากเห็นย่านสองฝั่งแม่นำ้เจ้าพระยาทั้งถนนเจริญกรุงเขตบางรักและถนนเจริญนครเขตคลองสานเติบโตเป็นย่านสร้างสรรค์ที่เต็มไปด้วยความหลากหลายดึงดูดผู้คนเข้ามาในพื้นที่และช่วยสร้างรายได้ให้กับคนในชุมชน

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Bangkok’s River of Kings

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It’s no secret that, despite recent political disorder, Bangkok has emerged as the unofficial capital of Southeast Asia. Everyone from Swedish aid workers to Vietnamese I.T. specialists prefers to live there and commute around the region to less dynamic cities.

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60 Days on Bangkok River – Winners

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We are now proud to announce the winners of the 1st Bangkok River street photography competition. At the end of last year, Bangkok River held its very first street photography competition.

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River Meet-up

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The Bangkok River, respectfully known by locals as the Chao Phraya (“Grand Duke”), has been Thailand’s main artery to the world for centuries. The east and west banks of the river were where the earliest communities settled and welcomed international immigrants with open arms.

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Captain Bush

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Captain John Bush existed, and by contemporary accounts he was just as his name suggests. Anna Leonowens, of Anna and the King of Siam fame, first met him when he sailed out to meet her incoming ship on the night of 15th March 1862.

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Wheeling Weekend

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My first pleasant surprise of the weekend was the fact that the drive across the bridge from my Sathorn office to the hotel was just 15 minutes. Despite its proximity, crossing the river offers a distinct change of…

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Hidden Gem

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The plan was to settle in at the Peninsula grab a bite and head up to the Jam Factory to find out what it was all about. But we got waylaid by our rather fancy corner room with 180 degree views, a magnificent bowl of fruit that only Bangkok can do, and my favourite box to stick your shoes in for shine over night.

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Family Outing

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Having checked-in at the Chatrium Hotel, we take a swim at the property’s open-air pool overlooking the Chao Phraya River before heading up to Silver Waves on the 36th floor to scoff dim sum and charge our batteries for the long day ahead.

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City Escape

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Staying at the Ramada Plaza Menam Riverside Hotel gives us a chance to enjoy the breathtaking view of Bangkok’s numerous skyscrapers to our right and industrial scenery on our left. Saturday begins with a good breakfast spread offered at the Executive Lounge on the Ramada’s 15th floor. After filling our tummies we head to the hotel’s pier to catch a shuttle boat.

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Urban Adventure

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After checking in at the Shangri-La Hotel, which is a convenient 5-minute walk from Saphan Taksin station on the river’s edge, I started my weekend by heading out for a walk around the historic Bang Rak neighborhood on Charoen Krung Road. A hotel staff member told me that this stretch of road is one of the oldest paved during Rama IV’s reign and runs parallel to the river. It is tinged with history.

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