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Chareonkrung District, once the old trade centre, is now a ‘new road to the country’s modernization’. Find both traditional and modern Thai culture through performing arts, Thai puppets by Joe Louis Theatre and Calypso Show as well as more than 1,000 retail shops selling Thai handicrafts, souvenirs home decor and spas.

Town Square District blends Thai and Western ways of life, with an international dining scene and sports bars. There is also space for events and activities, including sports, games and product launches

Factory District is the area for fashion showcases, a hip dining scene and shops selling all kinds of design products from clothing to gadget. The focus is on modern lifestyles born after the ‘Industrial Age’.

Waterfront District, the main highlight at ASIATIQUE,The Riverfront, is essentially the development of Bangkok’s riverside from a centre of trade to tourism. International fine-dining establishments occupy the areas along the riverbanks, while the city’s longest public boardwalk

( 300 mtr. ) is lined with restaurants and events venues. This is also where the concerts, festivals and the New Year’s countdown celebrations take place.

Eating At The Asiatique

There are more than 40 restaurants here, so you won’t need to leave hungry. There also is an outdoor food court ( which is very clean ), but fortunately there’s a roof protecting you even when it rains.

There are plenty of international dining options, from Japanese, to Italian, Korean, American, Thai, Seafood, Chinese, and like this shop – Champion Kebab – Turkish (it’s quite popular with international tourists). Opening hours: 5pm to midnight  How to get there: By boat. Take the BTS (sky train) to Saphan Taksin station. Then walk to the river. There you can get on a free ferry boat to Asiatique The Riverfront – it’s about 15 minutes and you get to enjoy the spectacular view of the Chao Phraya river. The boat leaves from the Saphan Taksin station every 15 minutes, starting at 4:30 p.m. and the last boat leaves from the Asiatique pier back to Saphan Thaksin at 11:30 p.m.