タープラちゃんの賑やかなエリアは、王子Prachak Silpakomの宮殿にするために使用しました. お守りスタンドの配列が検出されたバンコクで最大のお守り市場であるマハラット、ワットマハを取り巻くプラ・チャン道路に沿って.
Formally known as “Thammasat Lae Kan Mueang University” (Moral and Political Sciences). Established in 1934, this university is the second modern university in Thailand. In the beginning, the university offered only courses in law and political economy. Later, the university was developed to have wider fields of study and the name was shortened to “Thammasat … 読み続けて
One of the most significant religious places on Rattanakosin Island. First built in the Ayutthaya Period (1350-1967) it became more and more important in the Rattanakosin Era. In King Rama I’s reign (1782-1809), the temple was the residence of the patriarch. In King Rama V’s reign (1868-1910), it was the place where the Royal … 読み続けて
Tha Chang (elephant pier) was built in the reign of King Rama I (1782-1809). 過去には, elephants from the Grand Palace were brought to this area to take a bath. At present, Tha Chang has a ferry jetty, with a number of retail shops and a market. At the corner of the Tha Chang … 読み続けて
The leading Thai university in fine arts, archaeology, and many other faculties. Established in 1943 by Italian born art professor Corrado Feroci. In the reign of King Rama I, (1782-1809) the area of Silpakorn University was the site of three palaces.