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Just a bridge. Not really sure why it’s on TripAdvisor or, for a matter of fact, why I searched for it.
This is one of many bridges in Bangkok which connect each side of the river. It is impressive and shows that the Thais do...More
Phrao Pinklao Bridge connects the Rattanakosin Island to the Thonburi District. This 658 m long bridge is named after King Pinklao. He who was the brother of Mongkut, King Rama IV, who made him the viceroy of Siam from 1851- 1866. This bridge was completed...More
The Pinklao Bridge is rather unimpressinve as bridges go. It is one of the more non-descript structures over the Chao Phraya. All the photos submitted are actually of the Rama VIII bridge, which is a couple of kilometers upstream from the Phra Pinklao Bridge.
** please listing in this new destination (the pix which have ever added are King Rama VIII bridge, not Phra Pin Klao Bridge **
This area around is King Rama VIII bridge is public park and pier that are opened 6:00-20:00 hr for people to...More
IMHO this bridge is not an attraction at all. And when I visited this review page, I found one misplaced review for the Bridge Over the "River Kwai", one misplaced photo of the Rama VIII bridge (which is architecturally striking), and another nighttime photo of...More