The best way to see everything is on foot and these Bangkok River self guided walking maps show you which neighbourhoods to go. Hidden gems in the form of galleries and shops, restaurants and bars, walks and talks, and more are waiting to be discovered.
The South Rattanakosin Island walk takes you through the often-overlooked Little India of Bangkok before hitting the main attractions of Old Town.
The North Rattanakosin Island walk begins with Bangkok’s top attractions before ending near backpackers central Khaosan Road, all the while checking out the neighborhood’s favorite eateries.
The Creative District is a hotbed of diversity where east meets west and the old sits with the new. The Bang Rak side in particular holds clues to the area’s European roots.
Kudi Jeen and Klong San are so compact and human scaled that wandering through them transports you away from hustling and bustling Bangkok and gives you a sense of intimate discovery.
Talat Noi and Yaowarat are last bastions of Thai Chinese culture. This slow walk takes you not only on a historical trail, but also on a food-sampling journey.