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Bangkok’s Old Town encompasses many of the city’s most revered cultural landmarks, as well as some excellent restaurants and riverside bars.

RATTANAKOSIN (OLD TOWN) NEWS

Save the dates for the sixth edition of the art and music fair at Museum Siam.
2016 saw a bumper crop of new spots to embrace the slow life with a slow-drip coffee or plate of fluffy pancakes. Here are our favorites.
Christopher Wise, photographer and co-owner of WTF Bar and Gallery, recently started a photography project dubbed "The Mourners," which captures dramatic black and white portraits of people around the Sanam Luang area as they pay their respects to HM the King Bhumibol Adulyadej. Here, BK asks him about the inspiration behind the project and what he aims to convey. 
Rarb
Rarb will serve 10 dishes loved by the late king as part of a one-day-only buffet. 
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Bangkok's much-loved art and music fair is back.
Phra Sumen Fort
Around the corner from backpacker central Khao San, Phra Athit Road has never been more happening. Here are all the highlights.

HOT SPOTS IN RATTANAKOSIN (OLD TOWN)

Restaurant: Hazel's
Ice cream for grown-ups in the Old Town.
Restaurant: Blue Whale Maharaj
This new nautical cafe is three stories of photogenic interiors and equally photogenic food.
Restaurant: Cylub
Old Town bicycle shop Eight Ridar unveils a cafe.
Restaurant: Chomp Deli
The Old Town's new deli is all about housemade and local community products.

TOP TABLES IN RATTANAKOSIN (OLD TOWN)

Mediterranean-inspired dishes that are complex, balanced and fresh.