Khaosan Road, also known as Khao San Road, is a relatively small street in downtown Bangkok, Thailand, that was built in 1892 under the reign of Rama V.
The name “Khaosan” translates to “milled rice,” which may be an indication that the street was once a significant rice market in the capital.
It is a popular tourist destination for locals and tourists alike. The street is located in the Bang Lamphu neighborhood, about a km away from the the Grand Palace.
Khaosan Road, on the other hand, has turned into a world-famous backpacker area over the years. Today, it provides low-cost lodging, ranging from budget hostels to comfortable hotels at reasonable rates.
There are a plethora of reasonably priced travel agencies found here, arranging visas and transportation to neighboring countries such as Laos, Cambodia (Siem Reap), and Vietnam.
Khao San Road also serves as a transportation hub, with coaches departing daily for all major tourist destinations in Thailand, Chiang Mai, Phuket, Ko Pha-ngan and so on.
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|1||Getting from Khao San Road to Asiatique Waterfront||Available|
|2||Getting from Khao San Road to Wat Arun||Available|
|3||Getting from Khao San Road to Wat Pho||Available|
|4||Getting from Khao San Road to Taling chan floating market||Available|
|5||Getting from Khao San Road to victory monument||Available|
|6||How to go from Khao San Road to Bangkok China Town||Available|
|7||Khao San Road to Don Muang Airport Bus A4||Available|