Democracy Monument

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Highly recommended

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5 expert recommendations


Atlas Obscura

Bangkok celebrated its shifting monarchy with a militaristic homage to democracy.  Full review →



One of Bangkok's biggest and best-known landmarks, the Democracy Monument was built after the military overthrew the absolute monarchy in 1932 and the country became a constitutional monarchy Full review →


Lonely Planet

The Democracy Monument is the focal point of the grand, European-style boulevard that is Th Ratchadamnoen Klang. Full review →


Time Out

Instead of royal or Buddhist imagery, bas-reliefs depict armed revolution, the People's Party and labourers, all in the muscular, 'heroic worker' style typical of mid 20th-century monuments worldwide Full review →


Travel + Leisure

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