Ban Oou Mosque

Ban Oou Mosque, one of the oldest mosques in Bangkok, was the first mosque registered by the Office of Islamic Affairs Committee of Bangkok Metropolis on July 29th, 1948...

Charoen Krung Road

Charoen Krung Road, as previously called Thanon-Mai or New Road, was built in 1864. With its 8,575 meters length, it has created a progressive change and brought Thailand forward to the great advancement...

Chiao Eng Biao Shrine

Chiao Eng Biao is a Hainanese shrine that was built for more than 150 years. The origin history of this shrine is still unclear and has been told in various versions...

Chow Sue Kong (Sun Leng Yi Temple)

Chow Sue Kong is a significant shrine of Hokkien settlers who were the first groupmoved to Talad Noi area. They together built the shrine in 1804 during the reign ofPhra Phutthayotfa Chulalok, Rama I...

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Hon Wong Kung Shrine

Hon Wong Kung Shrine is the Hakka shrine built by Laotian Chotikasatien, the ancestor of Chotikasatien family, who was entitled as Phraya Choduk Rajaseti...

Horse Carriage

If you have a chance to visit ancient Chino-Portuguese houses that still left in Charoen Krung area, you may find that some of the houses have a stable court in the back of the house...

So Heng Tai

So Heng Tai house was built in the early Rattanakosin era by Phra Apaya Wanich (Chao Sua Jad), the former bird nest tax officer...

Talad Noi

Talad Noi and Bang Rak areas locate the important ports of Bangkok in the past. These areas became the community of foreigners who did business in Thailand, such as Westerners...

The Grand Postal Building

The Grand Postal Building in Bang Rak is Thailand’s second post office building after it was moved from the first building by Chao Phraya River...

The River Life

Chao Phraya River is considered as the blood vessel of central Thailand. It is the river of life, the settlement for many races, the origin of the river life cultures...

Tram

In the past, tram transportation could be used as an indicator of civilization of a city...

Xing Zhong Yuan – The New Chinese Daily News

Chinese newspapers in Thailand have a very long history. Initially, they were all operated by Chinese only and later passed on to Thai-born Chinese descendants...