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Exploring Pratunam

Pratunam is a shopping district just south of Phahonyothin and is full of fashion stores. It’s widely considered that Pratunam is the best week-day alternative to Chatuchak Market as many of the stalls set up in the latter are found in Pratunam’s own Platinum Fashion Mall. Clothes, shoes, handbags, accessories, and make up are all sold at Platinum Fashion Mall, which has the added bonus of being air-conditioned – a useful way of combatting Bangkok’s heat. Pratunam center shifts the focus away from fashion and sells handicrafts from around Thailand as well as silverwares and general decorations for the house.

Accommodation near Pratunam

Bangkok’s places of interest and leisure are so widespread that many of the areas in the city represent a good location to stay. Recommended accommodation include the Centre Point Pratunam, Novotel Bangkok Platinum Pratunam and Centara Watergate Pavillion Hotel Bangkok.

Sightseeing near Pratunam

As a pastime whose popularity is eclipsed only by Bangkok’s nightlife, the Thai capital is loaded up with shopping malls, department stores, street markets, and their unique floating markets. And this area is no exception. However, there are some cultural landmarks such as the Suan Pakkard Palace. This museum is a collection of eight traditional wooden Thai houses that was once the residence of Princess Chumbon of Nakhon Sawan. It houses works of art, antiques and furnishings, and the landscaped grounds are a peaceful oasis complete with ducks, swans and a semi-enclosed garden.

Transportation near Pratunam

Bangkok’s public transport network is its pride and joy, with its BTS Skytrain covering most of the downtown district, with stations close to the majority of attractions. The Bangkok MRT Metro is a subway system that has a wider reach outside the downtown area, and interchanges with the Skytrain at several points. The Airport Rail Link runs from downtown to Suvarnabhumi International Airport. For short journeys by road, there’s the option of tuk-tuks, taxis or motorcycle taxis, but the city’s horrendous traffic problems make the Skytrain or metro the best ways to get around.

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