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Aside from being a residential area, Wang Thong Lang is also home to numerous tourist attractions. The most popular tourist attractions in Wang Thong include as follow:
- The Chao Phraya Bodindecha Museum (Sing Singhaseni), located on the Lat Phrao Road in the Bodindecha (Sing Singhaseni) School, is regarded as a museum that collects historical information and displays the heroism history and antiquities related to Chao Phraya Bodindecha in the past. It also serves as a learning center for youth and others interested in Thai arts and culture. It opens for free from Monday-Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
- Wang Thong Public Park is a public park that serves as a recreational area for family members and exercises in a pleasant environment of various plants. This park is also beautifully landscaped, with many trees and flowers. It opens from 05:00 p.m. to 07:00 p.m.
- Mahadthai Night Bazaar is a night market that sells a variety of food, including a la carte Thai cuisine, salads, and drinks at reasonable prices. There are numerous indoor and outdoor seating options available based on visitor preferences, and it opens daily from 05:00 p.m. to 02:00 a.m.
- Indy Market Chokchai 4, located on Lat Phrao Road behind the Chokchai 4 Food Market, is a famous night market for shopaholics, selling a wide range of products at reasonable prices, including foods, drinks, accessories, and clothing. This market, however, opens daily from 05:00 p.m. to midnight.
There are modes of transportation available in the Wang Thong Lang area, which people can use according to their preferences as follows:
- Private Car: Wang Thong Lang has a number of major roads that run through it to help people get around, including Lat Phrao Road, Pradit Manutham Road, and Chalong Rat Expressway. There are also secondary roads and shortcuts that provide easy and convenient access to other locations.
- Public Bus: There are bus stops along the road, including bus line no. 109, 131, 151, 502, and 519. Getting around with a public bus is also an alternative option for people because the fare is reasonable and easily accessible to all destinations.
- BTS: There is a 32-kilometer-long BTS Yellow Line, Lat Phrao - Samrong, which begins at Ratchada BTS and connects to Lat Phrao BTS (The Blue Line) and ends at Samrong BTS (The Green Line), running around the eastern part of Bangkok. However, Lat Phrao 83 BTS and Mahadthai BTS are two stations that allow for a quick and comfortable journey.