From past many years Chatuchak Park is my favorite place for run and exercise. Chatuchak park is one of the oldest public parks in Bangkok. Construction began in 1975 on land donated by the State Railway of Thailand. The park opened on 4 December 1980. It has an area of 0.304 square kilometres. It was later augmented with Queen Sirikit Park and Wachirabenchathat Park, though they are separated from Chatuchak Park by Kampaengphet 3 Road. An artificial lake runs along this thin and long park with numerous bridges crossing the lake. A train museum is situated inside the park.
Enjoy shopping with the riverfront atmosphere in our 4 districts.
Glory will soon return to this area with more than 1,000 boutiques
TOWN SQUARE DISTRICT
A synthesis of cultures, East and West, resulting in a variety of gastronomical delights, a beer garden and outdoor activity square covering an area of over 2,000 square metres.
From the working class lifestyle of the past to a venue combining stylish meeting places with over 500 fashion boutiques housed in a sawmill aged over 100 years which has been refurbished and modernized in order to cater to today’s tastes and preferences.
The riverside lifestyle along Chao Phraya returns with an array of international restaurants and wine bars that offer a breathtaking panoramic view and the longest riverfront pathway in Thailand stretching for over 300 metres.
Its original glory under the name “ASIATIQUE The Riverfront,” the first and the biggest lifestyle project in Asia on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, and soon to become Bangkok’s trendiest landmark.