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Snaking through the country, then the CITY to the ocean is the Chao Phraya river that breathes life in every way. From getting fed to feeding your self by boat or buying boats on a boat is the commerce and survival for many Thai people....More
Located on Chaopraya River. Accessible by boat & by car. There are many restaurants in this low-rise riverfront building, both indoor & outdoor, and some shops selling local souvenirs & handicrafts. Great place to visit in late afternoon & early evening. If you go during...More
The river walk has a beautiful pier overlooking the Chao Phraya River, but not a lot of shops. On the second floor, there are several restaurants. Mr. Swai from Explorenique introduced us to the Mae Yui River Cafe and it was such a delicious treat...More
Lovely pier right in front of the flower market. The ground floor has stalls selling clothes and other such items and upstairs a handful of restaurants and shops. Very nice clean free toilets just a few steps away from KFC on the first floor facing...More
It's really amazing! From market asian street full of people go upstairs and find myself in quiet clean romantic place with different shops and restaurants. If I should't see Wat Arun opposit with boiling Chao Prao, I should decide that i'm in Europe. Complitely high...More
I was on my Saturday river tour using the hop on hop off facilities of the Chao Phraya Tourist Boat and decided to break my tour to explore the Yodpiman river walk. It was good to explore this area with some modern shops and cafes....More
Monday 5th of March and we had just completed our long boat tour of the Khlongs and we were in need of some refreshment, before visiting the flower market (Pak Khlong Talat). Our boat tour ended at a pier by River Walk, a modern shopping...More
Response from BangkokSachse | Reviewed this property |
You can park your car at the mall or the fresh market. We had to drive under the bridge and then entered the back of the mall. They gave the parking ticket at the gate. The parking was free with a stamp from the shops.