Rang Nam Walking Street


Bangkok Is Having New Walking Street
Images adapted from
Happening BKK and icheckinnuser

After 3 tourist spots including Yaowarat, Silom, and Khao San were successfully transformed into walking streets for tourists and locals to enjoy, Bangkok will be holding it’s next walking street come February. 

This will be located at Rang Nam Road near Victory Monument each month, starting from 15th-16th February 2020


Monthly Walking Street starting this February


Rang Nam Walking Street Image credit: Happening BKK

Rang Nam Road is a busy street full of restaurants, hotels, and shopping malls like Century Movie Plaza and King Power Rangnam. 

According to Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA)’s aim to boost the Thai economy, Rang Nam Road, which is easily accessible by Victory Monument BTS,  is often packed with travellers, making it a perfect choice for a walking street.

Bangkok's new walking street on Rang Nam Road
Image credit: IURBAN

Rang Nam Road will be closed and transformed to be a walking street once a month over the weekends, starting its first round on 15th-16th February 2020 from 12pm to 10pm.

New Rang Nam Walking Street Get ready to enjoy food with vibrant street vibes
Image credit: icheckinnuser

Most restaurants and shops around the area will bel bringing their dishes to offer along the street. There will also be an announcement for vendors who are interested in selling their food and products at the event. So, foodies can expect tons of street food and snacks offered here. 

Walking street with live music in Suan SantophabSantiphap Park
Image credit: IURBAN

Other than food stores, visitors can enjoy live music which will take place at the nearby Santiphap Park. 

The roads will be available for vehicles to use after 12am. 


How to get to Rang Nam Road 


Rang Nam Road is a busy street that connects three main roads together – Phayathai, Ratchathewi, and Ratchaprarop Road. 

Rang Nam Walking street near Victory MonumentThe Victory Monument
Image credit: IURBAN

Victory Monument BTS is the easiest way to get here – it’s only a 5-minute from the station. 

Now, when in Thailand, foodies will have more choices for their food adventures that’s not just limited to tourist hotspots like at Yaowarat Road. This will be a perfect opportunity to discover a new location during your Bangkok journey. 

The entire duration of Rang Nam Walking Street will be announced at a later date, so stay tuned for updates.

Walking street near King Power Rangnam
Image credit:
King Power

And if you’re just visiting Bangkok, don’t forget to visit King Power Rangnam to grab some duty-free products back for your friends. 


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