Right at the banks of the Chao Phraya River is this classical Venetian-style building from the Danish East Asiatic Company. It was built in 1901. A large share of foreign trade that came from the warehouses had to go through this building before heading for Europe. No public entry allowed.
Nearest Transit: Sanam Pao BTS Station (Lines: Sukhumvit)
East Asiatic Company Building and Nearby Attractions on Map
Chatuchak Weekend Market(2.9 km)
Northern Bangkok's biggest draw is the Chatuchak Weekend Market.
Santiphap Park(1.3 km)
House of Museums(1.7 km)
The exhibition features a collection of old and modern items that were used every day by both townspeople and villagers.
Victory Monument (Bangkok)(1.1 km)
The Victory Monument was constructed in 1941 by military dictator Plaek Pibulsongkhram to commemorate the 59 Thais who lost their lives in the short and inconclusive Franco-Thai War.
Phaya Thai Palace(2.6 km)
The Phaya Thai Palace was built by King Rama VI, who lived here from 1919 for the last years of his reign.
Bangkok Dolls Museum(1.9 km)
The Bangkok Dolls Museum displays a collection of about 400 dolls from around the world.
Holy Rosary Church(2.2 km)
Portuguese descendants of the early traders in Ayutthaya first settled at the other bank of the river in Thonburi (at the site of the Santa Cruz Church), but gradually moved towards the other bank of the river.
Wat Ga Buang Kim(1.5 km)
Definitely off the tourist trail, this more or less deserted temple shows how local residents practise their religion.
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