Rama 3

Rama 3 Road follows the western bank of the Chao Phraya River south to Bhumibol 1 Bridge, then northwest across Rama 3 Bridge. This established neighborhood for wealthy Chinese-Thai families is becoming home to many foreigners, primarily Koreans. Public transportation currently consists of the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), connecting to BTS (Skytrain) at Chong Nonsi and Talat Phlu Stations.

Condominiums average THB 100,000–170,000 per square meter. Noteworthy projects include:

  • Lumpini Place Rama 3 – Riverine, starting at THB 1.78 million
  • The Pano Rama 3, THB 6-115 million
  • Star View, THB 7.3-25.5 million
  • Canapaya Residences, THB 9-100+ million

Neighborhood hotels include the Montien Riverside Hotel, Riverfront Residence, the Grand Howard Hotel, Howard Square Boutique Hotel and Kama Bed & Breakfast.

Central Plaza Rama 3 is the largest local shopping mall. Nearby are Tesco Lotus Rama 3, The Up Rama 3 and Rungcharoen Market. INT Intersect Rama 3 includes a Foodland supermarket. Next to Lumpini Place Rama 3 – Riverview is Tree on Three, a community mall with restaurants.

The neighborhood is known for its many Thai, Chinese and International restaurants, among them Bua, Isaan Derm, Baan Klang Nam, Chef Pom Restaurant, Racha Dim Sum, Hua Pla Chong Nonsi, Thaveechai Pochana, Original Salathai Restaurant, Baan Klang Krung, Sanyod, Early Bite Cafe, Green Republic, Maguro, Loving Hut, Souffle and Me, The Oyster Bar Bangkok, Butcher Beef and Beer, Define Cafe, Hookrajong Cafe and Hajime Robot Restaurant.


Local nightlife centers around pubs and restaurants with live music. Foremost is Tawandang, combining German and Thai cuisine, home-brewed beer and live shows.Other popular spots are HOBS House of Beers, Buri Tara Wine Bar & Restaurant, The View, Bulan Dun Mek, Indi Rama 3, HayDay, The Factory, On Board Nautical Bar and DiningSky Moon Bar & Bistro, and Est. 33 by Singha. Nearby is Asiatique The Riverfront and the Sathorn/Silom nightlife area.


A public park is located nearby Rama 9 Bridge. Other outdoor attractions include Nonsi Golf Driving Range, Sathu 20 Driving Range, Le Smash tennis club, Home Sport, SOCCERPRO soccer field, B-Pro basketball courts, Fitness First and Rockin' Jump trampoline park. N22 is a cluster of art galleries at Naradhiwat Rajanagarindra Soi 22. Nearby is Chin's Gallery @ Arden Rama 3.

Neighborhood churches include St. Joseph Church, St. Thomas The Apostle Church, House of Glory Church and Udomkarn Church. Many Thai temples are located in the area.

Local schools include Sarasas Ektra, Sarasas Pittaya and Sarasas Pattana Schools, Phramaemary Sathupradit School and Joseph Bangkok School. Shrewsbury International School is easily accessible.

Charoenkrung Pracharak Hospital is located near the Rama 3 Bridge. Several other hospitals are close by, including Lerdsin Hospital, Taksin Hospital and BNH Hospital.



Mostly Thais and Koreans


Easy access to Sathorn - CBD areas by cars

The new wave of condominium developments in the area started again around 2002

infrastructure/ transpotation


shopping centers

Central Plaza Rama 3, The Up Rama 3, Int Intersect Rama 3


Sarasas Ektra School, Sarasas Pittaya School, Joseph Bangkok School


Charoenkrung Pracharak Hospital


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