Bangkok comprises of 50 different districts that contribute to its successful economy, cultural flourishing and preservation of its unique ethnicity and identity in the world. Chief among the 50 districts is Phra Nakhon that is located right in the middle of Bangkok with the beauties of Rattanakosin Island towards the northern side.
In fact, Phra Nakhon holds great significance and the proof lies within Bangkok’s decision to name it the Bangkok Province. Legends suggest that Phra Nakhon was originally recognized the Ampoe of Thailand or in other words, the second administrative division of Thailand.
The Phra Nakhon district of Bangkok is bounded by beauties of nature with the Chao Phraya River lying in the west and the Khlong Phadung Krung Kasem situated in the north. The rest of the surrounding in Phra Nakhon holds a large open space where grand structures that hold significant historical relevance such as the Grand Palace, the Wat Phra Kaew and the National Museum lie.
Other significant landmarks of Phra Nakhon include the Democracy Monument, the Giant Swing, War Suthat district among the numerous other forts and palaces. There is a great deal for visitors to explore in this city. Experience history, culture, ethnicity and varied activities at Phra Nakhon by making it your next holiday destination and you will surely not regret this.