30 installations to see on Charoen Krung street art walking tour

A street art installation by artist Bunjerd Boy on Soi Charoen Krung 47. Photo: Charoenkrung Creative District / Facebook
A street art installation by artist Bunjerd Boy on Soi Charoen Krung 47. Photo: Charoenkrung Creative District / Facebook

Head to the Charoen Krung old quarter for a lengthy walking tour of street art installations now through September.

Colour of Charoen Krung stretches three kilometers from Soi Charoen Krung 44 northward to Soi Songwat in Chinatown. 

Along the way see 30 murals and art installations by 30 artists – from furniture designer Kitt.Ta.Khon and “social activist artist” Wishulada to mixed-media studio Ease and graphic design company Tnop.

A map of each installation is available here.

An installation by Wishulada on Soi Charoen Krung 43. Photo: Charoenkrung Creative District / Facebook
An installation by Wishulada on Soi Charoen Krung 43. Photo: Charoenkrung Creative District / Facebook

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