Democracy MonumentCurrently Open
- Address: Ratchadamnoen Klang Road, Phra Nakhon District,Bangkok, Wat Bowon Niwet, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200, Thailand
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +66-22257612
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Monument, Family And Kids, Architecture
Democracy Monument - Review
The Democracy monument is always open to the public. It is located in the centre of Bangkok. The monument becomes the focal point of the grand European style boulevard. Democracy monument designed by a Thai architect, conveys to you the culture and tradition of the Thai people. It is a symbol of end of absolute monarchy in Thailand. The monument displays four curved columns that signify freedom and rights for people of Thailand. To the people of Thailand, the place has a deeply emotional significance and will be a treat for the culture seeker.
Democracy Monument Information
- Parking space is available.
- No need to follow the dress code.
- Don't miss out on all the important points inside the monument.
How To reach Democracy Monument by Public Transport
- Democracy monument bus stop
- Ferry: Klorng boat to Phanfa Leelard Pier
Restaurants Near Democracy Monument
- Baan Dinso Hotel
- Baan Noppawong
- Baan Phanfa Hotel
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Things to Know Before Visiting Democracy Monument
26.31% of people who visit Bangkok include Democracy Monument in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
49.02% of people start their Democracy Monument visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Democracy Monument
87.5% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Democracy Monument
Democracy Monument Trips
Democracy Monument, Bangkok Reviews
it is a monument and also a busy round about with vehicles. but at night this place is very beautiful because it is illuminated with colorful lights.
A busy round about with bus stations. It's near khao san road, grand palace complex, coin museum etc.
I enjoyed walking around this place at night more than during the day. I thought the lighting at night really made the monument look really beautiful. I only was able to look at it from a distance though because it was fenced off when I was there so you couldn't walk around inside the monument. I would have enjoyed being able to walk around closer.
Biggest of huge temple complexes in and around Siem Reap. Restoration work is in progress. Friendly and nice people. Sunrise us an absolute must see. When you go ensure you have firm comfortable shoes, sun hat and water. It needs 2 to 6 hrs to do some justice. MUST SEE.
Pretty impressive structure. Close to Khao San road. Unless you are really into history, I was not, it's just a good landmark to have. We stayed near this place. You will have to take a bus from Phaya Thaya station. Trust Google maps. We did in Thailand.