This obelisk monument was built by the then military government in 1941 to commemorate a 1940 campaign against the French in Laos. Today...
West of the Victory Monument roundabout, Phayathai Palace was built by Rama V in 1909 as a cottage for retreats into what was then the...
Expansive amusement park north of the city that boasts a snow room.
Saxophone Pub & Restaurant
Saxophone is still Bangkok’s premier live-music venue – a dark, intimate space where you can pull up a chair just a few metres away from...
Tida Esarn sells country-style Thai food in a decidedly urban setting. Appropriately, foreigners provide the bulk of the restaurant’s...
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Victory Point information
In Bangkok, the best meals are always in unlikely places. Far from the foreign forces of inner Bangkok, Victory Point can be as provincial as it wants, with a squat village of supercasual and delicious street stalls.