Thai-style artwork to adorn the MRT’s ‘heritage’ line 14
Thai swan: Itsaraphap Station features the mythical gold swan in honour of Wat Hong Rattanaram nearby.
Way to Chinatown: Wat Mangkon, a station near Yaowarat Chinatown is designed to exude Chinese traditional culture.
Chinese influence: Wat Mangkon, a station near Yaowarat Chinatown, was designed to exude traditional Chinese culture with its bright red colours alluding to abundance.
Thai tradition: Sanam Chai Station was designed by renowned Thai architect, Pinyo Suwankiri, a 1994 National Artist in the Visual Arts. The station, expected to open in September of next year, is one of four that will not just become transit points but a feast for the eyes due to their decoration.
Talk of the town: Sanam Chai Station as designed by renowned Thai architect, Pinyo Suwankiri, 1994 National Artist in the Visual Art.
Homage to the past: Sam Yot Station located in Wang Burapha area, a commercial area in Bangkok over a century ago, maintains the ambience and way of life of the commercial shophouses of old.