The bus is the characteristic transportation of Bangkok, especially the bus on the Chao Phraya River, the mother river. You must take the bus. The cost performance is No.1. Sathorn Pier in Saphan Taksin is the central station for public transport and an important connection point for the Skytrain and public transport. Different flags have different stops. I suggest taking the blue flag. You can visit the attractions close to the waterway: For example, Chinatown is at N5-Ratchawongse station, Temple of Dawn is at N7-Wat Arun station, and you can take it from here Take the ferry to the Reclining Buddha Temple on the opposite side. The Grand Palace is at N9-Tha Chang (Tha Chang) station. Walk along the flow of people. It only takes 50B per person to get to the Grand Palace by boat, which is convenient, comfortable and cheap. ❗Attention: When walking from Sathorn, sit on the right when you go, and sit on the left when you come back to avoid sunburn. In addition, when you arrive at the pier, someone who can speak Chinese will come to solicit business and tell you that the pier is where he refers. In fact, it is a private Ferry Boat pier, which is much more expensive and not worth it. Don’t go astray.
This was unveiled by the then King Rama VII on April 6, 1932. To commemorate the 150th anniversary of the establishment of the Chakri Dynasty and the 150th anniversary of the opening of Bangkok, the locals in Bangkok generally call this bridge Saphan Phut. To the east of the bridge there will be a lively night market and a midnight flower market. You can go from this bridge to Thonburi (Thonburi) in the southwest of Bangkok, and you can rent a bicycle to cross the bridge. The scenery is very nice.
When walking in the Chao Phraya River Pedestrian Area, you will see the memorial bridge across the Chao Phraya River not far away. The bridge body is mainly dark green, but not as high as we thought, so it also limits the height of the ships that can pass. Under the memorial bridge, various cruise ships, cargo ships, boats, etc. pass by, reflecting the importance of the Chao Phraya River to water transportation here. There is a chance to walk on the bridge, I believe there will be a different scenery.
The fifth stop is the World War II Memorial Bridge. The Memorial Bridge 9km from Pai was built by Japanese soldiers during World War II to commemorate World War II. You can also meet Captain Jack here. Haha It is definitely not a crossing. He can take a 20B picture of the situation you want with you. It feels very fun.
Very beautiful and spectacular bridge loved coming here.