Phra Pin-klao Bridge, Bangkok
Categories: Bridges, Tourist Spots
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.Our Bangkok vacation generator makes visiting Phra Pin-klao Bridge and other Bangkok attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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カオサンから南バスターミナルに行くときに通ります。まあ普通の橋です。平日はいつも渋滞しているので、土日にすーっと通れると気分がいいです。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.show original
** 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 »
Обычный мост из железобетона названный Пин-клао в честь вице-короля Сиама, жившего в 19 веке. Построен в 1973 г. без каких либо выдающихся достижений.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.show original
The bridge connects between 2 major parts of Bangkok called Rattanakosin and Thonburi. There is always traffic jam during rush hours
Convenient to cross river, good views
Jessica Parra Nowajewski
good views, as other reviewer said, at different times of the day different views to the city and river
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