One of the busiest areas along Sukhumvit Road, Phrom Phong is hub for great restaurants, lively bars and tons of engaging attractions. Dine in one of the best restaurants in Phrom Phong, pamper yourself at the Yunomori Onsen & Spa or while away time in EmQuartier, one of the city's prettiest retail haunts.
Thanks to the namesake BTS station, the term Phrom Phong now covers a massive area along Sukhumvit road: Soi Sukhumvit 35 and Soi Sukhumvit 39 (the original Phrom Phong) in the north and Soi Sukhumvit 22, Soi Sukhumvit 24 and Soi Sukhumvit 26 in the south.
Eat and drink in Phrom Phong
Attractions in Phrom Phong
Yunomori onsen & spa
Yunomori onsen & spa boasts a Japanese garden and sources the mineral water all the way from the thermal springs of Wat Wangkanai in Ranong province, Southern Thailand to its onsen. Other facilities are also available including Japanese baths, sauna, steams and showers.
Offering classes such as drums, keyboards, guitar, bass and private vocal sessions with professional instructors. Group rehearsal is also set weekly for student to perform together. Rockademy divided their lessons into two modules: the first—Rockacademy 101—is for beginners who’d love to study music and another is Rockacademy Live is for advanced students to aim to perform live.
The Friese-Greene Club
The Friese-Greene Club only costs you B200 per year for a membership fee which is cheaper than a cinema ticket! You might notice most of the crowds are foreigners at the club while a very few Thai people come here. The cinema may be small and can offer only nine seats, but if you are in search for films that are hard to find, or old films, they might be hidden here.
This magical Japanese owner has turned an old medical room and the other recycling pieces into furnitures and beautiful decorations, such as an; abandoned sushi counter, mortar, and even the broken glass. An old wooden bench is also transform into a sleek timber table for display. The store offers Japanese arts and crafts products including natural dyed clothes and handmade accessories. Though you didn’t manage to get anything from the store, having a sip of juice or tea is already worth the visit.
The former grandma’s house was turned into an non-benefit art gallery named after ‘ar-ma’ (granny in Thai) as RMA offering a non-profit creative space featuring art exhibitions like photography as well as other media. RMA also provides regular creative workshops, artist talks, screenings, performances, and exhibition openings. Keep an eye on their website for the upcoming events.
One Day Hostel & Co-working Space
Co-working space is a new business model that’s booming recently in Thailand. However, the investors of One Day I Pause & Forward project extend the idea to a different level. With the concept of one day living, the space is divided to 31 hostel rooms, mini office, meeting rooms, and individual desks with high-speed internet and office supplies to rent daily or monthly. The idea is to be able to do all activities as if you’re at home. Give it a try and see how productive you can be in 24 hours.