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everytime I came to Bangkok I always taking time to visit Rama VIII Bridge and Park .
a good place to start your day ex jogging, excercise or just walking around the park and if u come late afternoon you can watch sunset from the...More
Part of the Bangkok Skyline, this iconic and impressive bridge shows the engineering ability of the Thais.
Although some will say it is a landmark, there’s so many wonderful things in Bangkok, a bridge just doesn’t cut it as a must-see place.
It is nice...More
We know we are getting close to our hotel of choice when ever we see this impressive bridge on the skyline. It looks amazing in the day with its high towers and cables coming down but it improves further in the evening.
This is when...More
Opened in 2002 this modern cable-stayed bridge was named after king Rama VIII (= Ananda Mahidol) elder brother of the late king Bhumibol (= Rama IX). Rama VIII only performed his royal duties for a very short period of time and spent most of his...More
The bridge is a landmark in the Bangkok skyline, visible from many kilometres away.
Reminds me of other cord-type bridges around the world.
We stayed in a hotel on the river, so the Rama bridge was a handy landmark wherever we went in Bangkok.
This bridge was very near to our hotel and served as an excellent one mark. Whenever we caught sight of it, we knew we weren't far from home and it was great to orientate ourselves with.
It certainly is an impressive site and is absolutely...More
There are walkways on both sides of the bridge. It was windy where you can get a nice view of both sides of the river. Pet-friendly place and a great place to add as your photo collection. From here, it's a 20 minutes walk to...More