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Get to know Rama 9 – Bangkok’s new Central Business District

Rama 9 is Bangkok’s new Central Business District . It is home to many coworking spaces, office rental buildings, such as The Ninth Tower, G Tower Grand Rama 9, Major Tower Rama 9, and even headquarter buildings, such as TOT building, Unilever House, SET and AIA. There are also many condominiums in Rama 9, providing comfortable living spaces near workplaces.

In this article, we’ll take a closer look at Rama 9 and get to know everything it has to offer.

Travel to Rama 9

If you are planning to go to Rama 9, the best way is to get on the MRT and go down on Phra Ram 9 station. From there, you can easily take a taxi or a motorcycle taxi to take you around Rama 9.

Accommodation in Rama 9

There are many condominiums for rent and for sale in Rama 9: Condolette Midst Rama 9, Aspire Rama 9, and Ideo Mobi Rama 9 to name a few.

If you would rather live in your own house, you can consider one of the housing communities nearby like Venue Rama 9 (​​เวนิว พระราม 9), which is only 20 minutes away from Central Rama 9 by car.

Shopping in Rama 9

There are a number of malls and supermarkets in Rama 9. For clothes, accessories, and other items, you can shop in Central Rama 9. It is a big place that has almost everything you are looking for. There are also fancy restaurants, cafes, food courts, cinemas, big supermarkets, and other facilities like banks.

On the opposite side of Rama 9 is Fortune tower where you can purchase reasonably priced products particularly electronics like mobile phones, cameras, computers, and software programs. Not so far from Rama 9, you can find Esplanade Ratchada, Big C, and the Street Ratchada, where the mall is open 24 hours.

Nightlife in Rama 9

If you are looking to enjoy some EDM or live band music, you can hang out in RCA, Route 66, and Onyx, which are clubs frequented by young people. You can also have cocktails while enjoying an overlooking view of Rama 9 from ZOOK Rooftop Bar.


l   Thailand Cultural Centre

Next to Rama 9 MRT station is the Thailand Cultural Centre, where you can enjoy concerts, exhibitions, and other culture and arts activities.

l   Art in Paradise

On weekends, you can visit Bangkok’s 3D art museums, which showcase interactive art and illusions.

l   Bounce Thailand

Have a fun time as you bounce your way in Thailand’s indoor trampoline park.

l   Ratchada night market (H3)

Go to one of the biggest street food markets in Bangkok. There, you can also find many local shops for handmade and affordable clothes and accessories.

Famous restaurants in Rama 9

l   Somboon Seafood

Somboon seafood is famous for its special Thai fried curry crab, which is stir-fried crab with eggs and curry powder. It has been serving Thai fried curry crab since 1969.

l   Fufu Taiwanese Shabu

If you are an Asian food lover and a big buffet fan, then you must definitely try shabu in Taiwanese style at the Fufu Taiwanese Shabu. It has many branches in Bangkok, one of which is located in G Tower in Rama 9.

l   Anothai

If you are looking for a light meal , go to the famous vegetarian restaurant Anothai. It offers healthy and tasty Thai food.

l   Dal Dal

Many Thai people love Korean culture, from K-pop, Korean shows, and Korean food. For a taste of Koren food, go to Dal Dal and try their fried Korean chicken, kimchi soup, and Bibimbap.

l   Primal Modern Grill

If you are craving for some steak and other Western food, you can’t go wrong with dining at Primal Modern Grill.

Famous cafes in Rama 9

  • Drip & Drop Coffee Supply
  • Emma’s Café
  • Pressed Café
  • Noxx Café
  • Peace Oriental Teahouse

Parks in Rama 9

  • Rama VIII Park
  • Bueng Rama IX
  • Healthy Park
  • Chaloem Phrakiat Rama 9 Park
  • Princess Mother Memorial Park

Hospitals in Rama 9

  • Praram 9 Hospital
  • Piyavate Hospital
  • Bangkok Hospital

Rama 9 has almost anything you would want in a city life, making it a great place to invest in or even live in. If you are interested to look at properties in Rama 9, check out today

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