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Chinatown Top Sights 1Wat Traimit (Golden Buddha) E3 Sights 2Church of Santa Cruz A2 3Flashlight Market D1 4Gurdwara Siri Guru Singh Sabha C1 5Holy Rosary Church E4 6Hualamphong Train Station F2 7Nakhon Kasem C1 8Pak Khlong Talat B2 9Phahurat C2 10Phra Buddha Maha Suwanna Patimakorn Exhibition E3 11Sampeng Lane C2 12San Jao Sien Khong E3 13Saphan Phut Night Bazaar B2 14Talat Khlong Ong Ang C1 15Talat Khlong Thom D1 16Talat Mai D2 17Talat Noi E3 18Th Mittraphan E1 19Th Santiphap E2 20Wat Mangkon Kamalawat D2 21Yaowarat Chinatown Heritage Center E3 Eating 22G?o?¤ay ??e?¤o k?o?¤a g¨¤i D2 23Hua Seng Hong D2 24Jek Pui D2 25Mangkorn Khao D2 26Nai Mong Hoi Thod D2 27Nay Lek Uan D2 28Old Siam Plaza B1 29Royal India C2 30Samsara D3 31Thanon Phadungdao Seafood Stalls D2 Drinking & Nightlife 32River Vibe E3 Entertainment 33Cotton E2 34Sala Chalermkrung B1 Sleeping 35@Hua Lamphong F3 36Asadang B1 37Feung Nakorn Balcony B1 38Loy La Long D3 Shanghai Mansion (see 33) 39Siam Classic F3 Siam Square, Pratunam, Ploenchit & Ratchathewi Explore Top Sights Sights Eating Drinking & Entertainment Shopping Sports & Activities Map Siaatmc aStqhuearei, Pratunam, Ploenchit & For more detail of this area see Neigbourhood Map? Neighbourhood Top Five Visiting Jim Thompson House ¨C the teak mansion that put Thai style on the map?- before its ex-spy owner disappeared off that map.
Shopping at the malls, department stores and shops that surround Siam Square, such as MBK Center.
Exploring Baan Krua, the canal-side Muslim village where Jim Thompson first encountered Thai silk.
Making a wish at the crossroads of commerce and faith that is the Erawan Shrine.
Enjoying the luxury of what must be one of the world?ˉs best-value cinemas, Paragon Cineplex.
Explore: Siam Square, Pratunam, Ploenchit & Ratchathewi Siam Square, Pratunam and Ploenchit combine to form the de facto geographical and commercial centre of modern Bangkok.
Huge air-conditioned malls, towering hotels, international fast-food chains and open-air shopping centres dominate this area, and if you?ˉre serious about shopping, set aside the better part of a day to burn your baht here.
Try to arrive around 11am, when the crowds are minimal.
Likewise, try to avoid Sundays when much of Bangkok seems to flock to the area?ˉs air-conditioned malls.
Siam Square is most easily accessed via the BTS (Skytrain), and if you?ˉre going to hit all the area?ˉs malls, it makes the most sense to start at National Stadium and work your way east, taking advantage of the bridges, mall corridors and elevated walkways that link the various shopping centres.
Ratchathewi has a lot less to offer ¨C unless you have a specific sight in mind or simply want to check out a more workaday side of Bangkok.
The attractions in this area can be covered in a couple hours, and most are within walking distance of the BTS stop at Victory Monument.
Local Life ? Mall-hopping On Sunday a significant part of Bangkok?ˉs population is drawn to this area?ˉs malls to socialise in stylish settings and air-con comfort.
? Air-conditioned dining A mall-based food court may not seem like the most authentic place to eat, but several of Bangkok?ˉs most famous restaurants and stalls maintain branches at the various Siam Sq area malls.
? Wholesale retail For local penny-pinchers and visiting wholesalers the ultimate destination is Pratunam district, where a seemingly never-ending clothing bazaar stocks locally made and cheap import clothes.
? Keeping it real For a view of Bangkok without malls, cupcake bakeries, fashionistas and tourists, take the BTS north to the Victory Monument in Ratchathewi, where you?ˉll find ordinary Thais doing ordinary Thai things.
Getting There & Away ? BTS To Siam Square, Pratunam and Ploenchit: Siam, National Stadium, Chit Lom, Phloen Chit and Ratchadamri.
To Ratchathewi: Ratchathewi, Phaya Thai and Victory Monument.
? Klorng boat To Siam Square, Pratunam and Ploenchit: Tha Saphan Hua Chang, Tha Pratunam and Tha Witthayu.
To Ratchathewi: Tha Pratunam.
? Bus To Siam Square, Pratunam and Ploenchit: air-con 141, 183, 204, 501, 508 and 547; ordinary 15, 16, 25, 47 and 73.
To Ratchathewi: air-con 503, 513 and 536; ordinary 29, 36, 54, 59 and 112.
?ˉs Top Tip Admittedly, they tend to have all the ambience of a hospital cafeteria, but the mall¨Cbased food courts that abound in this part of town are among the most user¨Cfriendly introductions to Thai food in Bangkok.
They??re generally clean and convenient, and also have the benefit of having English- language menus, so ordering is a snap.
Best Places to Eat ? MBK Food Island ? Nuer Koo ? Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao ? Mallika Restaurant For reviews, Click here ? Best Places to Drink ? Co-Co Walk ? Hyde & Seek ? Saxophone Pub & Restaurant For reviews, Click here ? Best Places to Shop ? MBK Center ? Siam Square ? CentralWorld ? Siam Paragon ? Pratunam Market For reviews,Click here ? TOP SIGHT JIM THOMPSON HOUSE In 1959, 12 years after he single-handedly turned Thai silk into a hugely successful export business, American Jim Thompson bought a piece of land next to Khlong Saen Saeb and built himself a house.
It wasn?ˉt, however, any old house.
Thompson?ˉs love of all things Thai saw him buy six traditional wooden homes and reconstruct them in his garden.
Although he met a mysterious end in 1967, today Thompson?ˉs house remains, both as a museum to these unique structures and as a tribute to the man.
The Man Born in Delaware, USA, in 1906, Jim Thompson served in a forerunner of the CIA in Thailand during WWII.
When in 1947 he spotted some silk in a market and was told it was woven in Baan Krua, he found the only place in Bangkok where silk was still woven by hand.
Thompson?ˉs Thai silk eventually attracted the interest of fashion houses in New York, Milan, London and Paris, and he gradually built a worldwide clientele for a craft that had, just a few years before, been in danger of dying out.
By 1967 Thai silk had annual sales of almost US$1.
5 million.
In March that year Thompson went missing while out for an afternoon walk in the Cameron Highlands of western Malaysia; his success as a businessman, background as a spy and the fact that his sister was also murdered in the same year made it an international mystery.
Thompson has never been heard from since, but the conspiracy theories have never stopped.
Was it communist spies? Business rivals? A man-eating tiger? Although the mystery has never been solved, evidence revealed by American journalist Joshua Kurlantzick in his profile of Thompson, The Ideal Man, suggests that the vocal anti-American stance Thompson took later in his life may have made him a potential target of suppression by the CIA.
The House Traditional Thai homes were multipurpose affairs, with little space for luxuries like separate living and sleeping rooms.
Thompson adapted his six buildings, joining some, to create a larger home in which each room had a more familiar Western function.
One room became an air-conditioned study, another a bedroom and the one nearest the klorng (canal; also spelt khlong ) his dining room.
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