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The General Post Office, also known as the Grand Postal Building, is a historic building in Bang Rak District of Bangkok. Built in 1940 on the former site of the British Legation, it was designed by architects Sarot Sukkhayang and Mew Aphaiwong in a mixture of Art Deco and International Style architecture which reflected the desire of the ruling People's Party to project a modern and powerful image of the state.The building is now being developed as the offices of the Thailand Creative & Design Center.
Sipraya Pier – one of the most convenient ways of transportation to get around to old city of Bangkok (Ratanakosin Island and Grand Palace). Guests can conveniently enjoy an express chaophaya boat from Siphaya pier to Tha chang pier in 15 minutes where grand palace is located.
The BTS Skytrain is the safest, most comfortable and convenient way to get around Bangkok. In service since December 5, 1999, it has transformed the face of public transportation in the Thai capital, for the first time offering both residents and visitors a comfortable ride through central Bangkok - lifting commuters above the chronic congestion, noise and pollution of the streets below.
Hua Lamphong, or Bangkok Train Station, is the main terminal to northern, eastern, northeastern and southern Thailand. It connects with the MRT underground system and features a distinct half-dome structure, designed by an Italian architect Mario Tamagno in an Italian neo-renaissance style.
The new travel destination and lifestyle shopping project , located on Charoenkrung Road by the Chaopraya River , will be the latest Bangkok's new landmark.