Walking from Bang Rak to Talad Noi in Bangkok

One of my favorite areas in Bangkok for walking is between Bang Rak and Talad Noi. A good starting point is at BTS Saphan Taksin Skytrain station, and then just wander north. These photos were tweeted live during a couple of walks in this area. They are not in any particular order. Click on a map link if you like somewhere. It should open in a map app like Google Maps. Then just save this location.

The Holy Rosary Church (Bot Kalawar) alongside the Chao Phraya River in #Bangkok was built in 1891. Map: https://goo.gl/maps/QeSFWeKAK362

Street Art in Chinatown: Soi Charoen Krung 32. Map: https://goo.gl/maps/naWX4vjhwHk

Lunch in Bang Rak. Guay Teow Lod (steamed noodle) and Jui Guay (Chinese steamed dumplings). 40B each. Map: https://goo.gl/maps/VdodmeauXbE2

Many of the foreign embassies used to be along the Chao Phraya. Today, only The French & Portuguese embassies are left. This is the French embassy. It is open to the public in September. Map: https://goo.gl/maps/3nrxeQf5VH42

The O.P. Place Shopping Centre building in Bang Rak dates back to 1878. Map: https://goo.gl/maps/So77HdqtQXN2

Assumption Cathedral in Bang Rak. Map: https://goo.gl/maps/yUJk5zxuxMr

The former offices of the East Asiatic Trading Company date back to 1901. Today it’s often used as a movie set. Map: https://goo.gl/maps/tzEgjmj7bg82

Next door to the East Asiatic Trading Company building is the former Banque d’Indochine.

Old Custom House on Charoen Krung in Bang Rak. They will start renovations next year to turn it into a hotel. Map: https://goo.gl/maps/d1Smej5TBqm

Did you know, there is a street in Bangkok with a French name? It’s Rue de Brest on Charoen Krung 36. It leads to the French Embassy.

Street foo vendors in Bang Rak.

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