ArtBangkok Wireless Road

A Journey of Inspiring Art with Hotel Indigo

By September 28, 2017 No Comments

Let Hotel Indigo Bangkok Wireless Road and intriguing street art allow you to #StaySurprised in one of Thailand’s most populous city 

“Art washes away the dust of the soul from everyday life.” – Pablo Picasso

If you’re looking for a new way to explore the world’s most popular tourist destination, leave the shopping behind and immerse yourself in the world of street art for a fresh and authentic perspective of Bangkok. Let the bright, bold colours of street murals and hidden art gems surprise you as you familairise yourself with your new neighbourhood. Hotel Indigo invites you on a journey to uncover the best of street art in Bangkok, all under 30 minutes from Wireless Road.

Your journey begins the moment you check-in at Hotel Indigo Bangkok Wireless Road.

Hotel Indigo Bangkok Wireless Road

Wondering why the street is called “Wireless Road”? You’ll easily find the answer once you enter Hotel Indigo Bangkok Wireless Road thanks to the sprawling street art murals on the walls. The showcase of various radio types pay tribute to Wireless Road’s history as the home of the first radio stations in Bangkok.

Thanon Surawong

Ever seen street art that uses only high contrast two colours? Head to Thanon Surawong at the heart of Bangrak Road just 15 minutes from Wireless Road and cast your eyes on a magnificent piece that’s painted entirely in gold on black. Titled Sovann Macha and painted by Greek artist Fikos, this work depicts a popular Thai folklore about a mermaid princess who fell in love with a deity. She is also known as a symbol of good luck and is often placed in shops and houses.

Charoen Krung Soi 28

Craving for that splash of colour in street art? Venture a little further from Bangrak Road and you’ll be treated to a palette of colourful street art by foreign artists, reflective of cosmopolitan Bangkok. This area boasts the main collection of Bangkok’s street art and is home to Bansky-style murals by Korean artist Kim Daehyun to larger-than-life caricatures by Romanian artist Saddo. Another reason it’s worth visiting – there are many small art galleries where you could even pick up a few choice pieces home.

Chalerma Park

Before heading back to the hotel, how about making a pit stop at Ratchathewi? Other than being close to the epicentre of Pratunam, visitors can also find some of Thailand’s best local street art at Chalerma Park. The open playground and public space is covered with all forms of street art and has become largely popular with the locals as a key photo point for the perfect Instagram shot. The park is also home to a bustling local community of shops and hawkers, offering visitors a perfect rest stop between viewing art.