BTS Wutthakat (S11)

Where to Stay, Shop and Eat Near BTS Wutthakat

Wutthakat BTS Station opened at the end of 2013 on the Silom Line and is located on the main Krung Thon Buri Road that stretches into the west of Bangkok.

Few foreign visitors get off at this station, which is mainly used by commuters and locals who live, work and study in the surrounding Wutthakat neighbourhood, as well as a few expats. The BTS station sits next to the Bang Khun Thian Klong (canal). However, there are a couple of interesting temples, and whilst finding them might be difficult, it does offer a great way of sampling local life and exploring a new neighbourhood.

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Map of BTS Wutthakat


Attractions at Wuttakat BTS

Wat Nakprok – This impressive white temple takes its name from the seven snakes’ heads which sit at the foot of the steps leading up to the main building. A true hidden gem but well with effort to find if you are in the area (walk up the canal from Wutthakat BTS Station).

Wat Nang Chee – an impressive temple that is located just a few minutes’ walk form Wutthakat BTS Station. After a recent renovation, the temple is now open to visitors who can explore the main temple building of white pagoda that rises into the sky. (walk up the canal from Wutthakat BTS Station).

Restaurants and Bars at Wuttakat BTS

Eat - Emphasis here is more on the road-side stalls rather than any fine dining options. Walk along the main Krung Thon Buri Road and you will find some air-conditioned Thai pubs that serve good food alongside live music and cheap beers.

Shopping at Wutthakat BTS

Go Go Vintages – cheap vintage dresses all on the cheap (89/18 Ban Klangmueang Soi)

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