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Phra Pin-klao Bridge, Bangkok

Categories: Bridges, Tourist Spots
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3.4/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web
The Phra Pin-klao Bridge is a bridge over the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok, in Thailand near the Grand Palace. It is named after Pinklao, vice-king of Siam, 1851-66.The bridge was opened on 24 September 1973.
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  • When you go to the Southern bus terminal from Khao San road passes through. It is a well ordinary bridge. It is always congested on weekdays, so smoothly pass on Saturdays and Sundays and feel good.
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  • ** please listing in this new destination (the pix which have ever added are King Rama VIII bridge, not Phra Pin Klao Bridge ** This area around is King Rama VIII bridge is public park and pier that a...  read more »
  • Ordinary reinforced concrete bridge pin Klao Fort named in honor of the viceroy of Siam, who lived in the 19 century. Built in 1973, without any notable achievements.
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  • The bridge connects between 2 major parts of Bangkok called Rattanakosin and Thonburi. There is always traffic jam during rush hours
  • Pra-pin-klao-bridge (ฺB.E.2516).
  • Convenient to cross river, good views
  • good views, as other reviewer said, at different times of the day different views to the city and river
  • Beautiful view
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