TOURIST ATTRACTIONS NEARBY
Countless attractions await visitors in Thailand. These are conveniently located close to Kuun, and easily accessible via short commutes.
Deemed “The World’s Largest Outdoor Museum” Ancient Siam or Ancient City is set in 320 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, featuring replicas of Thailand’s most historically significant structures, down-scaled in size. The some 116 monuments include chedis, palaces, bell towers, pavilions, temples with Buddha images, halls and floating markets.
More information is available at www.ancientsiam.com
Distance from Kuun : 18 kms
BANG NAM PUENG FLOATING MARKET
A delightful riverside village market, it is well worth a morning visit to soak in its quiet charm.
More information is available at : https://www.tourismthailand.org/Attraction/Bang-Namphueng-Floating-Market–1052
Distance from Kuun : 23 kms
BANG PU SEASIDE RECREATION CENTRE
One of the seaside areas closest to Bangkok, Bang Pu has many rich nature trails scattered through some 150 acres of land.
More information is available at: https://www.tourismthailand.org/Attraction/Bang-Pu-Seaside–1055
Distance from Kuun: 21 kms
A huge 3-headed elephant statue, perched on an equally gigantic pedestal welcomes visitors with its majestic aura symbolic of the grandeur of the Kingdom of Siam. This 3-level museum showcases a vast collection of rare Eastern antiques, religious icons and artifacts with colourful décor — all representing the art, religion and culture of Thailand. Surrounded by pleasant gardens, it is a popular tourist attraction.
Distance from Kuun : 5 kms
PHRA SAMUT CHEDI
One of the most impressive sights along one of the banks of the Chao Phraya River is this brilliant white pagoda standing on an island, in the middle of the river — Phra Samut Chedi. Historically, it was King Rama II’s idea to have a temple built on this idyllic location, by the river, but it was King Rama III who completed the project. This Sri Lankan-style bell-shaped Chedi later saw more construction change by King Rama IV who also added more Buddha images.
WAT LUANG POR TOH
This temple was originally built to commemorate King Naraesuan – The Great’s victory over Burma. Later a large bronze Buddha image built in the Sukhothai style became the principal image in this temple. It was known as Luang Por Toh and it became, and still is up until today, one of the most popular and highly revered Buddha images. Many of the people who come to pay respects arrive by boats. Travelling along the canal, they would also visit an old market nearby where there is a lot of delectable food and souvenirs.
Distance from Kuun: 17 kms
Located just a short drive from Kuun are 3 golf courses, The Bang Na Royal Thai Navy Golf Course, The Muangkaew Golf Course, and The Thana City Golf Course.
The Bang Na Royal Thai Navy Golf Course is just a short walk from the Bang Na sky train. Located close to Kuun, the golf course offers both day and night play options.
Visit www.bangnagolf.net/Golf_EN/index.php for more information.
The Muangkaew is an 18-hole championship course, set in parkland environment of lakes and canals, and offers great ambience and challenging play.
Visit www.muangkaewgolf.com/golf/ for more information.
The Thana City Golf & Sports Club offers an 18-hole course, beautifully set in luxurious landscape, featuring fast greens, strategically placed bunkers and natural lakes and streams.
Visit www.thanacitysportsclub.com/ for more information.
What’s better to relax your mind than shopping? Kuun is in close proximity to a profusion of shopping malls and night markets. These are mega malls, which provide ‘everything under one roof’ — offering an immeasurable range of merchandise, both local and international brands.
Distance from Kuun
-SIAM PARAGON : 18 kms
-MBK : 18 kms
-CENTRAL WORLD : 18 kms
-EMPORIUM : 14 kms
-MEGA BANG NA : 12 kms
-CENTRAL BANG NA : 6 kms
-SEACON SQUARE : 12 kms
-PARADISE PARK : 8 kms
-JAS URBAN SRINAKARIN : 4 kms
-LITTLE WALK : 7 kms
-TERMINAL 21 : 17 kms
-CHATUCHAK WEEKEND MARKET : 25 kms