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 A touch of the beauty of living experience of the serene Prawet Canal in an old-good-day style within short driving distance to the nearby Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport and The Airport Link Lad Krabang Station surrounded by community malls & markets as well as restaurants and shops. 

Old wooden market along the Prawet Burirom canal

Hua Takhe Old Market or as in the past it was called Old wooden house market Luang Prot - Than Liam named after Luang Prot and you Land donors to build this riverside wooden house market Hua Takhe Old Market It is a 100-year-old market located in Lat Krabang. In the past, Hua Takhe Market was a floating market. where villagers are rowing boats to sell things bustlingly but at present The atmosphere was rather sluggish. There are only a few shops along the waterfront. This may be the result of a fire in 1998 in the waterfront market area. Therefore, the floating market gradually disappears.

but at present The Ladkrabang District Office is taking the initiative to restore the waterfront culture of Hua Takhe. by organizing the program waterfront market tour and visit the way of life of the people in Hua Takhe community.

Wat Suthapot

The most beautiful, peaceful and popular public temple in Lat Krabang.  Wat Suthapot Temple is located at 39 Chalong Krung 8 Road, Chalong Krung Road, Thap Yao Subdistrict, Lat Krabang District, Bangkok.  It is only 15-20 minutes away from Canalis Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel by boat.

Suvarnabhumi Airport

Suvarnabhumi Airport is the main international airport serving Bangkok, the capital of Thailand. Located mostly in Racha Thewa subdistrict, Bang Phli district, Samut Prakan province, it covers an area of 3,240 ha, making it one of the biggest international airports in Southeast Asia and a regional hub for aviation. 

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The Paseo Mall

Contains a wide assortment of shops and stores, with international brands such as The Body Shop, Boots and Tesco. Those who like to shop will be able to spend several hours browsing for bargains, while other entertainment options include visiting the cinema, karaoke and bowling. 

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Central Village

Central Village is in a prime location just 10 minutes from Suvarnabhumi International Airport. Approximately 45 minutes by car from downtown Bangkok. Central Village is contributing to Thailand’s growth as a paradise for shoppers and global travelers.

Siam Premium Outlet

Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok is the first Siam Premium Outlets site located on the eastern outskirts of Bangkok at Kilometer Marker 23 of the Bangkok- Pattaya Motorway and at around 10 minutes’ drive from Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport.

The new outlet center is home to a strong mix of over 145 brands including some of the most sought after luxury and designer brands alongside international and local brands. The center will provide an ‘oasis’ serving locals and tourists that will feature an impressive array of dining, leisure, and entertainment options.

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The Royal Golf & Country Club is located on  On-nuch Road, Lat Krabang area, easy reach of Bangkok’s main  business  district, near Suvarnabhumi Airport and Bangkok – Chonburi (Motorway). This world class 18- hole golf course with majestic golf club was designed by Mr. Chohei Miyazawa , the well-known professional course designer whose portfolio includes a number of famous golf courses in Japan, Korea and Guam. On each step in this golf course you’ll certainly encounter a variety of challenges.

Happy and Health Bike Lane

Born as “Green Lane” on March 2014, the two-lane 23.5 km cycling track made use of an old access road bordering an irrigation canal on the edges of Suvarnabhumi Airport. Motivated by a duty to serve the public’s safety and well-being, Airports of Thailand’s purpose was to minimize frequent accidents involving cars and cyclists on nearby Suvarnabhumi Road 3, which runs beside the runway. In 2015, Airports of Thailand and Siam Commercial Bank, undertook a larger mission, and with the help of key Sponsors in 2016, turned it into the truly remarkable Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) project “Happy and Healthy Bike Lane” as it is known today.

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