Phra Sumen Fort & Santichaiprakan Park
Beside Mae Nam Chao Phraya stands one of Bangkok’s original 18th-century forts Alongside the fort and fronting the river is a small,...
Saving you the trip north to Pai, Madame Musur pulls off that elusive combination of northern Thailand-meets-The Beach -meets-Th Khao...
Anshada, a native of Bangkok, is a graduate of the Cordon Bleu cooking program. Come to her cozy cafe for coffee and some of the most...
136 Th Phra Athit · interesting places nearby
This classic Bangkok eatery may have become a bit too big for its britches in recent years, but it still serves tasty Thai-Muslim dishes such as roti, gaang mát·sà·màn (Muslim curry), a brilliantly sour fish curry, and má·tà·bà (a stuffed Muslim-style pancake). An upstairs air-con dining area and outdoor tables provide barely enough seating for its loyal fans.