The prime minister’s residence is at the Government House .
King Prajadhipok Museum
This museum uses modern techniques to relate the rather dramatic life of Rama VII, while neatly documenting Thailand’s transition from...
This royal-funded museum presents five floors of rotating exhibitions of modern and traditionally influenced art. The building is sleek...
An escape from hectic Th Khao San is a good enough excuse to schlep to this quiet canal-side boozer. Live music and decent bar snacks...
Likhit Kai Yang
Located just behind Ratchadamoen Stadium (avoid the rather grotty branch directly next door to the stadium), this decades-old restaurant...
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Ratchadamnoen Stadium information
Ratchadamnoen Stadium, Bangkok’s oldest and most venerable venue for moo·ay tai (Thai boxing; also spelt muay thai ), hosts matches on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday from 6pm to around 11pm. Be sure to buy tickets from the official ticket counter, not from the touts and scalpers who hang around outside the entrance.