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Brick Bar

Located in Khao San Road, Brick Bar is one of the charming live music bars which entertain the visitors with fascinating performance of the house bands almost every night. The theme of the bar is kept quite medieval with wooden tables and stools arranged in a symmetrical pattern. The benches are such placed so that it forms an ideal space for friendly chat and group partying. The best music played here includes bouncy pop, mix of ska and bit of Thai indie. This place is more common with the Thai visitors though occasionally one can find foreigners coming in to explore. The music throbs and vibes with uncontrollable energy as the night grows one can find people dancing, enjoying, cheering on the tables and grooving to the beats of the live house band. Entry fee is around 200 Baht on weekends.



Location
: 265 Khao San Road, downstairs at rear of Buddy Lodge complex

Timings
: 18:00pm to 2:00am
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Phraya Nakhon Cave

If you like to explore caves, the Phraya Nakhon Cave will provide you an experience of a lifetime. The cave is very beautiful and the deeper you go, the more you will love it. Many people term it as the best place for you to go in the city of Hua Hin.

Highlights:
The Phraya Nakhon Cave is surrounded by beaches which is an added advantage and you can reap in the benefits of a beach as well as a cave together. You will witness some wonderful landscapes and the natural beauty that the cave has for you.

Location: Ro Pho Cho Prachuap Khiri Khan 4033 Rd., Sam Roi YOT(King), Amphoe Sam Roi Yot, Chang Wat Prachuap Khiri Khan 77120, Thailand

Timings: It is open from 6 AM in the morning to 6:30 in the evening. However, these hours might differ on public holidays.
  
Price: The Price for going inside the cave is 200 BAHT.

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What You Should Know More About Phra Nakhon

  • Things to do in Phra Nakhon:

    • Cycle through the streets of Phra Nakhon: One of the most thrilling activities you can indulge in while you’re exploring the city of Phra Nakhon is discovering it on a cycle. There are numerous initiatives taken hold of the localites themselves that lead cycling groups around the city. The trip starts as early as 4pm and groups are taken through the various temples and canals and given a proper guide about the place. Evening cycling trips become even more special as you watch the city twinkle in the yellow-red lighted background.


    • Explore the landscapes on a boating tour: One of the best parts about Phra Nakhon is that it has a lot to offer in terms of experiences. You can go trekking, cycling and even boating to explore the deep-rooted landscapes of this place. Discover the stunning landscapes with a different perspective. Take a boating trip that typically starts from the island of Rattanakosin all the way to Chao Phraya river and sail through the beautiful canals of Wat Kuhasawan. There is much more to this place than meets the eye and realize just that on the boating trip.


    • Visit the Giant swing: The Giant Swing is one of the star attractions in Phra Nakhon. One of the oldest and the most extra ordinary temples, the structure speaks of a thousand words and memories. The place features glorious murals and carved teaked doors that will leave the visitors awe-struck. The courtyard holds approximately 156 different images of the great Buddha.

  • What will you like Phra Nakhon:

    • Thai art appreciation at Bangkok National Museum: The Bangkok National Museum is situated in the north-western region of the city and is one of the largest museums in the whole of South-East Asia. The place showcases some of the most beautiful Thai art that dates back to the times of Neolithic rule along with various other Asian-Buddhist arts.

    • Go palace hopping: There are numerous palaces in and around Phra Nakhon which you should most definitely visit. For instance, the Grand Palace built by King Rama I or the Dusit Palace and admire the architectural beauty that stands strong in the place even after so long.

  • Recommended reads for destination

    Government Travel Website 

    Books to read on Bangkok: 

    Lonely Planet – Bangkok, History of Phra Nakhon.


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