Welcome to the Khlong Toei district, a treasure trove of major landmarks including FYI Centre, Thai Beverage Company Limited Head Office, Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre and more.
Explore this vibrant hub where you can indulge in tantalizing local cuisine or enjoy an exciting nightlife scene. Immerse yourself in the rich ancient Thai culture that surrounds you as well. Whether for business or leisure purposes - The Parq and Benchakitti Park are also must-visit destinations here. Come discover all that awaits at this thriving community today!
EAT & DRINK
SAVOEY SEAFOOD CO. (15-min drive)
Savoey is a veteran in the culinary field with its collective experience in local cuisine. What started off with humble beginnings, the food in this heritage restaurant, is prepped with fresh, premium produce, using age-old recipes passed down from generations.
SORNTHONG SEAFOOD RESTAURANT (15-min walk)
A household name, and one of the most popular seafood restaurants with a long history. Quality seafood at a palatable price, easily located by the large yellow signage.
ATTRACTIONS & ACTIVITIES
THE PARQ (4-min walk)
This is truly a walk in The Parq, designed to reconnect busy urban lives with nature providing unparalleled connectivity and convenience, meeting your needs, be it for work, play and live.
BENCHAKITTI FOREST PARK (20-min walk)
This park’s naturalistic, modern and minimalist layout offers visitors a new and different experience, known as Bangkok’s largest green space. The expansive list of facilities includes elevated walkways, wetlands, rare plant areas, cycle paths and an outdoor amphitheatre.
STREET ART EXPLOSION IN CHINATOWN
Gem spots within the precinct include Trok San Chao Rong Kueak, Soi Wanit 1, Charoenkrung Soi 28, Charoenkrung Soi 30, and notably Charoenkrung Soi 32 which features artist Bonus TMC’s giant scowling bears that seemingly tower over the tuk tuk drivers parked along the premise.
BEYOND THE NEIGHBOURHOOD
BABA MAMA KAFE
Tucked away out of sight, this cafe is beautifully furnished with timber seats and stools and the menu boasts a huge selection of coffee, tea, and breakfast foods.
Largest and arguably one of the most vibrant Chinatown to visit! Be enthralled by the aromas, sights, sounds and aromas of this part of town - indeed a feast for the senses.
JODD FAIRS (formerly known as Ratchada Train Night Market)
Relocated from Rachatda to Rama 9, this sprawling market is hard to miss. The original vibe of the market that is familiar to many managed remained. There are over 600 food vendors, ranging from restaurants to street stands, to the endless racks of street clothes.