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Welcome to Feung Nakorn Balcony

Feung Nakorn Balcony (FNB) is perfectly situated among many historical attractions. It is where you will rediscover the classic grandeur of old Bangkok living. From here, you can leisurely stroll to these amazing nearby attractions.

Wat Ratchabophit

(right across the street entrance is 2nd door from left / Everyday 09.00-17.00) 

Wat Ratchabopit is an old temple under the care of the monarchy dated back since the King Rama V era. Withstanding the time for almost 150 years, Watratchabophit still hold its beauty and serenity with its Thai and Europe architecture and the outstanding beauty of coated porcelain tile which were used all around the temple.

The Grand Palace

(15 min walk / Everyday 8.30-15.30)

The Grand Palace & Wat Phra Kaew  

(Emerald Buddha)

Wat Phra Kaew is the most important temple of Bangkok. Try and get here early to avoid the crowds and the heat of the day. A strict dress code applies to all (Long pants or knee length skirts, cover shoulders shirt, no sandals or flip (If you are in improperly dressed, there is a booth near the entrance that can provide clothes to cover you up properly (a deposit is required). Guides can be hired at ticket counter inside, ignore offers from anyone. Audio guide is also available.

Wat Pho

(10 min walk / Everyday 8.30 am-6.30pm)

Wat Pho is mainly famous for the largest Reclining Buddha and to be known as Thailand's first university. There also well known for a very special and truly traditional Thai massage center inside the complex. Many foreigners and Thais come to study this traditional style of Thai massage here. You may want to give it a try and get a massage here.



Wat Arun (20 mins walk to Tha tien pier and take a ferry boat across/ Everyday 08.00-18.00)

The famous Wat Arun, perhaps better known as the Temple of the Dawn, is one of the best-known landmarks and one of the most published images of Bangkok (on the back of 10 Bath coin ). It consists of a massive elongated prang (Khmer-style tower), and is surrounded by four smaller prangs. 



China town

(20 min walk or 5 mins by bus or SUBWAY)

During the day people rushed into this road of the dragon for Chinese traditional medicines, bird nest, spices and when the night fall, the road turns into one biggest street food area in Bangkok


morning MARKET

Morning market

(5 min walk/ Everyday 5.00-11.00)

is unique and amazing to the adventurous (early morning). It’s just only 200m away and offers something for all your sense. Get lost in the maze of food stalls and try any of our local foods and dessert.




Other Attractions Nearby

Temples & shrines

  • Lak Meung shrine – city shrine (20 min walk)

  • Tiger shrine (10 min walk)

  • Kruhdhawarasrikurusihgsapar Skih temple – first and biggest skih temple in Thailand (25 min walk)

  • Wat Suthat (10 min walk)

  • Wat Mahathat & Amulet market (25 min walk / 8.00-18.00)

  • Loha Prasada – Metal Castle(20 min walk)

  • Golden mountain (20 min walk)


  • The Old Siam Plaza (10 min walk / 9.00-20.00 ) Thai Silk , Thai dessert

  • Phahurat road (15 min walk/9.00-18.00) Indian cloths and accessories

  • Sampeng Lane ( 20 min walk / 8.00-18.00 ) Whole sale Stationary gift shop & accessories

  • Pak Khlong Talard flower market (Everyday 24 hours) largest flower market in Bangkok / best at night

  • Saphan Phut Memorial Bridge (Tue-Sun 20.00-24.00 ) Night market

Local & cultural

  • Morning market (5 min walk)

  • Phahurat road -Thai's little India (25 min walk)

  • Saranrom royal park, Aerobic dance with neighbors (5 min walk)

  • Monk bowl village (25 min walk)

Museum & exhibition

Memorial & Monument

  • October 14 memorial

  • Democracy Monument

  • Sao Ching-Cha Giant Swing

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