Misdirections to the Wat Khae Nai

Take the second stage expressway towards Chaeng Wattana. Take the exit left for Ratchadapisek Road.

At the first traffic lights zero your odometer while you wait for them to change, and then go straight on into Wong Sawang Road.  After the traffic lights keep in the left hand lanes to avoid going over the next flyover.  

At the next traffic lights (Wongsawang, 1.2km) turn right (sign posted Nontha Buri).  When your odometer reads 3.7km you should see a left turn signposted 'Thanon Kanchanapisek' and later 'Pra Rama 5'.  

Take this turn, and then get in the right lane to enter the Main Road.  At about 5.8km you will cross the Rama 5 Bridge. At about 11.3km filter left into the frontage road, and at the roundabout beneath a flyover turn right (sign-posted to Rattana Tibet Road).  Keep on this road for about 1.8km, and at the first flyover turn left onto the old Bang Kruay-Sai Noi road.

After a few hundred metres turn left at blue municipal sign in Thai for Wat Khae Nai.  Follow road to the right, passing a school, to Wat Khae Nai. 

Alternatively, if you are coming from the north cross the Hash Bridge (Saphan Nangklao) and turn left off Rattanatibet Road after about 5km towards Bang Kruay.

Keeping left at the Y junction which passes Wat Bang Len at 7km. Turn right into Wat Khae Nai at approx 8km.

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Get the train to Morchit.  Go down to the street on the same side as the platform (beside Chatuchak Park).  Get a taxi heading out of town.  

After 1km at a big intersection the taxi should turn left onto Viphavadee Rangsit Road.  After about 1km more at an intersection like spaghetti junction turn left onto Ratchadapisek Road (the signs are in Thai, so just hope that your taxi driver knows where he is going!).  

After the elevated road comes down to ground keep in the outside lanes and go over the next flyover (Prachachuen).   This road is Wong Sawang Road, so don't go over the next flyover but turn right (see the directions shown above).

Thai words that might get your taxi going in the right direction:-

Useful words for you to say to your driver:-

Turn left

Leo sigh

Turn right

Leo kwah

Straight on

Trong pie



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