Phra Athit Road

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Phra Athit Road

Chao Phraya breezes cool the short path that leads from the Phra Athit ferry pier to Santichaiprakarn Park, a tree-lined spot at the northern end of Phra Athit Road. The park, a delightful place to sit and watch the river, contains Phra Sumen Fort, one of the two remaining forts of the original 14 built under King Rama I. Some of the buildings along Phra Athit Road itself date back more than 100 years. At night the street, a favorite of university students, comes alive with little bars and restaurants hosting live music.

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