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Best things to do in Huai Khwang

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Shopping Mall
“Central Rama IX is the newest and biggest department store around the area at Rama IX MRT station. From Supalai Welling 2 you may also get to Central Plaza using back road. Besides shopping, there are cinemas, bowling lanes, ice skating rink. There are lots of options of restaurants at the basement floor and on 6th and 7th floor. THAI FOOD Baan Ying On the Table Hua Seng Hua (Thai chinese) Ta Siam (noodles) JAPANESE FOOD Fuji ZEN Ottoya Honmono Sushi Aka Yayiniku Saboten Tonkatsu Chabuton Ramen Coco Curry Pepper Lunch (Steak on hot pan) Yoshinoya (Beef bowl) SUKI / SHABU MK Restaurant (Shabu) Momo Paradise (Shabu and Suki) Fu Fu (Taiwanese Shabu) ”
93 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Only 5 minutes walking distance, 24 hours shopping mall. KFC, Starbucks, Burger King, Super Market are all 24 hours.”
32 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Shopping mall, Clothing store, Book store, Store, Restaurant, Pharmacy store, etc. MRT Blue Line : hailand Cultural Centre station”
33 locals recommend
Theater
“Located in the centre of Bangkok, Siam Niramit is a state-of-the-art 2000-seat theatre, open every day, presenting one of the world's largest stage productions. In the grounds of the theatre are three restaurants, and an authentic traditional Thai village that visitors can stroll through and savour the atmosphere of Thai life in bygone times.”
28 locals recommend
Premise
“Fortune Town is Ratchadaphisek’s answer to Pantip Plaza. This large shopping mall is home to hundreds of IT and consumer electronics shops stocking everything from the latest phones to CPUs, video cards and other PC components.”
27 locals recommend
Nightclub
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“I would say its the best club in Bangkok. This place is divided into 3 clubs and 1 outdoor lounge. You can enjoy the music of your own choice. Entry was 300 THB which included 1 drink worth 200 THB.”
29 locals recommend
Department Store
“Big C extra Ratchadapisek, take MRT only 2 stations. Please get of at Cultural center exit 4. You can shop late night until 2.00 am. ”
18 locals recommend
Bar
“Royal City Avenue - more commonly known as RCA - is the epicentre of Bangkok's clubbing scene and an officially designated nightlife zone so you can be assured of a party seven nights a week. Clubbing institutions like Route 66 and Slim are packed every night and, at weekends, they're rammed to capacity. There are so many options for visitors to RCA; enjoy international DJs, as well as live concerts and soundtracks by popular local artists all in one night. RCA is separated into four blocks: Block A is closest to Rama 9 Road, and, at the opposite end, Block D leads onto Petchaburi Road, both of which have MRT Underground stations. ”
17 locals recommend
Night Club
“Nightlife Onyx Main Stage is the first club in Bangkok to do the big-room mega club style of partying that is popular in places like Ibiza, Berlin and Seoul. The huge 2,000 capacity main room was formerly known as Slim & Flix, but they have forgone the series of rooms which used to be the norm on RCA (Bangkok’s premier party street), and have built a multi-level main room which has the cream of the world’s EDM and commercial house DJs gracing the decks on an almost weekly basis. DJs to have played here include Freddie Le Grand, Dutch duo Showtek and The Chainsmokers, producers of 2014s biggest dancefloor hit, #Selfie. The experience of witnessing the best DJs rocking the crowd at Onyx is intense, with dry ice cannons, confetti bombs and the best laser show in the city further adding to the experience Entrance depends on the night, but it starts from 300 baht. If there is a top international DJ playing expect to pay more. It works out best if you buy a package with entrance and drinks included – this can be sorted out at the entrance. There are several bars dotted throughout the venue so you can buy single drinks, but most people choose to party the Thai way at Onyx Bangkok which means ordering a top-shelf spirit and finding a standing table for the night. If you opt for a group bottle, inform them on the door so they will waive the 300 baht entry fee. A bottle of premium vodka starts from 1,700 baht without mixers. Onyx has multi-lingual staff providing table service too. If you want something extra special there are a range of VIP Options, ranging from 17,000 baht for a VIP couch to 80,000 baht for Super VIP area, with a perfect view of the huge DJ booth, your own balcony for you and your crew, dedicated staff to cater for you and even your own private toilet (which means no hanging around the ladies room waiting for your girlfriend!) As well as a central dance floor, the hangar-like main room has plenty of social space if you need to take a breather, plus an expansive outdoor section and a balcony for experiencing the party scenes below. Onyx Bangkok has also turned the space at the very back of the club into a second room for more underground dance music styles. Called The Odyssey, they plan to play deep house, trance and progressive music in here. Loud, intense and a lot of fun, Onyx Bangkok is proving very popular with international visitors to Bangkok who want all-action big room clubbing. Opening Hours: 21:00 to late Address: Royal City Avenue (RCA), Block A, close to the Rama 9 Road entrance. Price Range: Starts from 300 baht for foreigners (International DJ events will cost more) ”
25 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“If you're staying nearby then Grand Rama 9 will be your best option for shopping, seeing movies and having food. The plaza offers a wide range of Thai, Asian and international restaurants (Food Republic is by far my favourite), brand stores, food supermarket, and a multiplex cinema. Just a few steps from Phra Ram 9 MRT station.”
20 locals recommend
Thai Restaurant
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“Fortune Town Shopping Mall Open Hours 10am-10pm IT / Gadget / Computer / Hardware / Software / Games Console / Electronics”
13 locals recommend
Establishment
“Electronics. Smartphones. Cameras. PCs. Sales/repairs/parts. Huge IT mall. Restaurants, pharmacies, Boots, Watsons, Dunkin Donuts, ice cream, food court, coffee shops, banks, photocopy service. ”
22 locals recommend
Route
“Got variety of bars and night clubs at cheaper price than Thonglor or Ekamai location.”
24 locals recommend
Premise
“Royal City Avenue is a nightlife hot spot. With dozens of bars and clubs, this is a must go for any party animal.”
10 locals recommend
Night Club
“An incredible place and the alcohol is relatively reasonable compared with other clubs in BKK. There are a number of large rooms with different music. This place is divided into 3 clubs and 1 outdoor lounge. You can enjoy the music of your own choice.”
26 locals recommend
Metro Station
“The Airport Rail Link connects you to the MRT underground at Makkasan City Interchange Station (MRT Petchaburi Station) and the BTS Skytrain at Phayathai Station. Please note, the baggage check-in at Makkasan Station is no longer available. Read more at: http://www.bangkok.com/airport-rail-link.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001”
13 locals recommend