MRT Lat Phrao Station
Lat Phrao Station is situated on the same name road, not far away from Ratchada - Lat Phrao
intersection. It is mostly surrounded by the low-key residential neighborhood, rather built to avoid the horrible
traffic jam in the rush hours which has been a big problem for this area for so many years.
Explore Lat Phrao Station
- Ratchada Night Bazaar : A new night market with retro concept offering a wide
range of vintage goods, for example, second-hand Volkswagen, Austin Mini, Vespa, used bikes, home decorative
items, wearing apparels, gramophone records, CDs, books, and many other classic products. The market is
situated in front of in between MRT car park and the Courts of Justice buildings, easily accessible via exit 1.
It is open only on Saturday at 6.30 PM - 2.00 AM but the best time to go is around 9.00 PM - 11.00 PM.
- Baanpipat Ladprao 15 : A boutique hotel providing 30 rooms and suites fully equipped
with essential amenities and complimentary services to fulfill all guests requirements. Located on Soi Lat
Phrao 15, only a few minutes away from MRT exit 3.
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- The Connection : An upscale food center comprises of coffee shop and
restaurant, serving yummy fusion Thai-Chinese food features cold beverage and delicious desserts. The
recommended menus are Fried Papaya Salad, Spring Rolls, The Connection Fish Balls, Deep-Fried Snapper with fish
sauce, Chao Samut - a seafood meatball made of squid wrapped with prawn and crab meat. The Connection is
located in front of MRT car park building, a few steps away from exit 4.
- Court Museum of Thailand and Archives : Another good museum to visit and learn
more about history of Thailand. The musuem consists of two main zones which are Court Museum and Archives Hall.
At the Court Museum, you will find historic photos, pairings, documents and other stuffs that used in
Thailand's court in the past featuring simulated ancient courtrooms with light and sound system narrating the
history of Thai justice. At Archives Hall, there are a wide range of old documents written by former kings of
Thailand and many other archaic stuffs related to the history of Thailand law and justice. The museum is
situated on the 5th floor of Judicial Training Institute at Courts of Justice Head Office, can be reached by a
short taxi ride from MRT exit 4, open on weekdays at 9.30 AM - 4.30 AM. Free of Charge.