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“Tha Maharaj” is located on Maharaj road in Rattanakosin Island, built in the early Ratttanakosin period. Located on the bank of the Chao Phraya river, Tha Maharaj is surrounded by rich cultural heritage and tourist attraction of Thai arts, museums...more
This is a beautiful boutique mall with craft shops and other shops that sell more traditional Thai goods. Its a really good location for getting to the palaces and temples - indeed we met out guide here. It does feel very chic and you can...More
It is a pier along the Chao Phraya River that looks like a Community Mall, especially if it's during the night time. There will be beautiful lights decorated, there are many beautiful people standing here. We had a lot of fun getting here.
Nice and small shopping mall located on The ChaoPhraya river.
you can come after visiting The Grand Palace or Bangkok National museum.
(it’s take only 5 minutes walking.)
There are many things to do, such as wearing the traditional Thai dress to take photos in...More
This is a newly developed center beside Chaophya River.. A place near many attractive sites eg. ThaChang pier shuttle to Siriraj hospital....Wat Rakang....Wang lang market ...Prannok eating area across Siriraj.. The place contains enough eating places/restaurant and shops. walking distance is : Central Palace วังหลวง...More
The area around Tha Maharaj pier is only of interest if you want to visit the nearby amulet market. For a far more interesting neighborhood take a ferry here which to Wang Lang pier directly at the opposite side of the river. The Wang Lang...More
Tha Maharaj located on Chaopraya River that is not far from the grand palace. This place is have a lot of thing to do if you love the outdoor mall. You can see the river life and take a boat to go Nontahaburi or downtown...More
I took a ferry from the Central Pier near Saphan Taksin to this place around 7pm on Friday. Quite disappointed as it's quite empty. Few visitors (which is excellent) but few shops/stalls either. There's little to see. I stayed 20 mins in this place and...More