This bridge was built across the south city moat known as Pak Khlong Talat. It was paired with Chaloem Sawan … Read More
King Rama IV ordered the canal dug in 1852, starting from Chao Phraya River, south of Wat Thewarat Kungchorn, passing … Read More
Taksin Bridge is crossing the Chao Phraya River, the main bridge that connect Sathorn road and Thonburi in Bangkok.
The bridge was opened on April 6, 1932. You can find the statue of of King Rama I at the … Read More
The bridge was built across Ong and Canal at the end of Yaowarat Road around 1899, in the reign of … Read More
Also known as the New Krungthep Bridge, it is crossing the Chao Phraya River, a few km south of Asiatique … Read More
King Vajiravudh ordered for the building of this bridge in 1912 for dedication to his royal consort, Phra Ong Chao … Read More
Krung Thon Bridge was completed at 1957 and opened at 1958, connecting the districts Dusit and Bang Phlat, 4 lanes … Read More
Thonburi located in the western part of Bangkok, lies across the Chao Phraya river, famous for the Khlongs (canals).
The Bridge is located next to the Memorial Bridge, crossing the Chao Phraya River, links Rattanakosin Island with Thonburi.
Bhumibol Bridge, connecting southern Bangkok with Samut Prakan Province, crosses the Chao Phraya River twice.
The Rama VIII Bridge was opened on 2002, it is a cable-stayed bridge, crossing Chao Phraya River, connects Arun Amarin … Read More
The bridge was built across Mahanak Canal in King Rama VI’s reign. The construction budget came from contribution by Somdet … Read More
The bridge was built over the old outer moat at Bang Lamphu canal, to link Ratchadamnoen Klang and Ratchadamh sections. … Read More
Located in Thonburi, an area west of the Chao Phraya River, close to Wat Arun the Temple of Dawn.