Attractions around Siam Technology College

Wat Arun Ratchavararam (The Temple of Dawn)
This Wat or Buddhist temple is an architectural representation of Mount Meru, the center of the world in Buddhist cosmology. In the mythology of Tibetan Buddhism, Mount Meru is a place that simultaneously represents the center of the universe and the single-pointedness of mind sought by adepts. Thousands of miles in height, Meru is located somewhere beyond the physical plane of reality, in a realm of perfection and transcendence. The four-corner prang of Wat Arun, which house images of the guardian gods of the four directions, reinforces this mystical symbolism.
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Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall

The building has two storeys, not including the mezzanine and the third floor at both ends of the building which serve as the viewpoints overlooking the city.  The building has 4,800 square metres of floor space.  Advanced technologies - such as presentation devices, models, four-dimensional multi-media technique, multi-touch and multi-media animation technologies- are used in presenting the exhibitions about Rattanakosin City through interactive self-learning devices.  The content is divided into nine topics in nine halls.

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Tha Maharaj

Tha Maharaj project was restored from traditional shop houses and transformed into a meeting hub for open-air restaurants, retail shops, riverside promenade and community garden.  There are all together 7 buildings including a parking building that can accommodate 200 vehicles. Our vision is to share the beauty of the Chao Phraya river and invite visitors to enjoy the local culinary and “Taste the River Life”. Tha Maharaj can be reached by road, as well as by the river via Chao Phraya Express Boat, Chao Phraya Tourist Boat, Ferry Crossing Boat, Long-Tail Boats and Private Boats.

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ASIATIQUE, The Riverfront

ASIATIQUE, The Riverfront is Bangkok’s first large-scale riverside project combining shopping, dining, sightseeing, activities and events under one roof. The strong cultural aspect is what sets it apart from other shopping malls. Embracing history, but avoiding the cultural clichés and traditional symbols, it strikes a balance between tradition and globalization.

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