Enjoy the breezy month of November by strolling around the old city of Phra Nakhon area. This is where you’ll find classic buildings, historical temples, and charming little shops with a perfect mix of old and new. For those of you who are new to Phra Nakhon, just read on to find 5 recommended spots from Grab Thumbs Up.
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Sané Café & Workshop Studio
Step back into the past at Sané Café & Workshop Studio, a charming café serving traditional Thai desserts and drinks with a Thai twist to help battle the heat of Khaosan area. If that isn’t special enough, Sane’ also offers workshops on Thai desserts with classes ranging from everyday menus as well as court specialties only few people have actually seen.
Location: 99 Tanow Rd., Phra Nakhon
Opening hours: Tue – Sun (closed on Mon) 11AM – 7PM
At-Mosphere Rooftop Café
Treat yourself to some good vibes and more at At-Mosphere Rooftop Café, Banglamphu’s secret bar with an unbelievably serene scene complemented by the view of the majestic Phu Khao Thong and busy Khaosan Road. Fill up your tummy with unique Thai-fusion dishes while unwinding with live music, and we’re sure this will be your night to remember.
Location: 113/1 Tani Rd., Phra Nakhon
Opening hours: Daily 6PM – 1AM
Tackle a dull day with a visit to FAVOUR CAFÉ, one of Tha Maharaj’s favorite spots where you’ll get to have everything. Inside this cozy café are a lifestyle shop with cute clothes, tons of knickknacks to offer countless Instagram opportunities, as well as yummy homemade desserts and beverages; all to make a relaxing and perfect time truly achievable.
Location: Tha Maharaj, 1/11 Trok Mahathat, Maharaj Rd., Phra Nakhon
Opening hours: Daily 10AM – 8PM
Wondering what Bangkok’s coffee culture was like back in 1952? Well, wonder no more. Get your answer and a number of great bites at Kope HyaTaiKee, the very epitome of a hangout spot half a century ago. Here you’ll get to enjoy old-timey dishes like the toppings-loaded Pan-Fried Egg, Oliang drink; and also some new ones like the Tea Latte with Cheese.
Kope HyaTaiKee, Phan Fa branch
Location: 37 Soi Samran Rat, Siri Phong Rd., Phra Nakhon (next to Bangkok Metropolitan Administration Building)
Opening hours: Daily 7AM – 8PM (closed on every last Tue of each month)
Make Me Mango
How about something fresh? At Make Me Mango, you’ll get to fuel up with something sweet and tangy in various forms: Mango with Sticky Rice, Mango Bingsu, Mango Sundae, or even Mango-topped Toast. This “Mango Café” also boasts other fruity selections within its cozy vibe. So get ready and dig in!
Make Me Mango, Tha Tien branch
Location: 67 Maharaj Rd., Phra Nakhon (opposite of Wat Pho)
Opening hours: Daily 10.30AM – 8.30PM