Victory Monument BTS Station (N3)

Where to Stay, Shop and Eat Near Victory Monument BTS Station

Victory Monument BTS Station is at the heart of a busy commercial area north of Siam, a neighbourhood full of affordable fashion options, lively nightlife and busy local restaurants. It is also the main hub for land transport, where you can transfer to local buses and minivans running to all parts of Bangkok and other popular tourist destinations such as Khao Yai, Ayutthaya, Koh Samed, Pattaya and Kanchanburi.

This is also one of the most iconic stations in Bangkok; as the train makes its way from Victory Monument BTS to Ari, passengers are treated to an impressive view of the huge roundabout and central statue commemorating the country’s victory in the Franco-Thai War.  

Please note that Victory Monument BTS Station has a different name in Thai ( อนุสาวรีย์ชัยสมรภูมิ, Anusawari Chai Samoraphum) and this is the more widely used name for this station amongst taxi drivers and locals.

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Shopping around Victory Monument BTS Station

  • Kingpower Duty Free – for tax-free brand name goods, jewellery, crafts, liquor and more
  • Victory Point – open-air night market for clothing, food and fashion accessories
  • Century the Movie Plaza – lifestyle complex with eight cinema screens, food courts, a shopping arcade, and more

Dining & Nightlife around Victory Monument BTS Station

  • Saxophone – a well-known jazz bar with good food, service and a combination live jazz, blues and old classics
  • Tak Sura – for tasty Thai dishes and relatively cheap beers in an outdoor garden setting
  • Café de Norasingh – coffee, pastas, salads in a historical setting, Phyathai Palace

Attractions and Activities around Victory Monument BTS Station

  • Victory Monument – a large military monument, built to commemorate Thailand's victory over French colonialists
  • Phya Thai Palace – the Royal residences of Kings Rama V and VI constructed in an elegant European style
  • Santiphap Park – a small, scenic park built to commemorate the end of World War II
  • Bangkok Doll Museum – for a tour of the ancient doll-making craft and an interesting collection of antique dolls
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