Phra Sumen Fort

This riverfront fort built in 1783 with an octagonal bunker & white exterior is in a small park. One of the last two forts remained in Bangkok, was constructed in the reign of King Rama I in 1783 along with 14 other octagonal fortresses to protect the capital from possible invasions. As it is surrounded by green atmosphere of Santi Chai Prakarn public park named by King Rama IV meaning the park with a fort that symbolized the victory of peacefulness, you can enjoy a pleasant walk and see nice views of the river with the Rama VIII bridge.

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