Ratchadamnoen Road

It is magnificent and a pride of the city. Since its first construction until the present, it has comprised three main routes; namely, Ratchadamnoen Nai, Ratchadamnoen Nok, and Ratchadamnoen Klang. We choose to begin with Ratchadamnoen Klang as all important sites on Ratchadamnoen Nai are closed. As for light decoration, it starts from Ratchadamnoen Klang through Ratchadamnoen Nok. When walking past the Democracy Monument, not so far, we will reach the Maha Chetsadabodin Pavillion Square built in the 200th Anniversary Celebration of the Rattanakosin Reign. From this position, we are to spot Metallic Castle, the only one left in the world, at Ratchanatda Ramawihara Temple. Little over to the left is the Mahakan Fortress, a white stronghold with the line of city wall winding along the narrow street. Once crossing Phanfa Lilat Bridge, we are then on Ratchadamnoen Nok and can enjoy watching lighting and ancient buildings all the way until the king Taksin Equestrian Courtyard in which a number of people pay homage to King Rama V. Behind this is the Anantasamakhom Throne Hall reflecting the Italian Renaissance architecture built wholly from the Italian marble erecting beautifully and stunningly. We end the light watching tour at this very Anantasamakhom Throne Hall.

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