Rama IV

Rama IV:

see MongkutMongkut
or Rama IV
, 1804–68, king of Siam, now Thailand (1851–68). A devout Buddhist monk, he was displaced in succession to the throne by his brother, who ascended as Rama III.
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He drove the man from Rama IV road, a main thoroughfare in Bangkok's central business district, and dropped him off near Hua Lamphong station, the city's main train station.
The restaurant's majestic interior resembles the royal dining halls of King Rama IV, and the gentle sounds of our classically trained Thai musicians add to the authenticity of this unique dining experience.
At Chamchuri Square, the main advertising media devices include (i) the mega LED screen on the front, which can be watched by commuters in more than 150,000 vehicles per day on Phayathai and Rama IV Road and (ii) the 127 digital and static media inside and outside of the complex.
These seven areas link directly with 16 main roads, namely Sukhumvit, Rama I, Rama IV, Silom, Rajdamri, Rajprarop, Phaya Thai, Phahol Yothin, Asoke Montri, Rajadapisek, Rajvithi, Din Daeng, Pracha Songkhro, Vibhavadi, Lat Phrao and Chaeng Watthana.
Stengs shows how the reign of Rama IV focused on the modernization of Thailand; today, the cult of Chulalongkorn remains largely about modernization and globalization, while simultaneously attempting to navigate the pitfalls of these processes in order to maintain a sense of national identity.
I watched as firemen abandoned their hoses, scurrying for cover behind a fire engine 50 metres down this alley off Rama IV Road.
On the outskirts of their encampment, small groups of protesters continue to challenge the soldiers, hurling petrol bombs and stones at a checkpoint on Rama IV Road leading to the business district, and burning tires in Din Daeng, scene of intense fighting over the weekend, Reuters witnesses said.
The heaviest fighting was taking place in the Bon Kai area of Rama IV, a major artery to the business district.
Local dailies reported the grenades damaged the fifth and 17th floors of the Dusit Thani Hotel, located on Rama IV Road opposite Lumpini Park in the Silom financial district, shortly after midnight.
In Thailand, where customers are used to shopping at traditional wet markets and rummaging through piles of produce, this approach has been replicated at Tesco's Rama IV store in Bangkok
5,1956, when His Majesty entered the monkhood at Wat Bavornnives Vihara, the temple where kings and members of the Chakri Dynasty, including HRH Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn, have stayed during their monkhoods since Prince Mongkut who later on became King Rama IV.
Carrefour and Tesco Lotus are slugging it out with supercentres in malls directly opposite each other on Rama IV Road, one of the Thai capital's busiest thoroughfares.