Khaosan Road or Khao San Road Thai: ?????????? is a short 410 meter long road in focal Bangkok, Thailand built in 1892 amid the rule of Rama V. It is in the Banglamphu region of Phra Nakhon area around 1 kilometer 0.62 mi north of the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew.
"Khaosan" interprets as "processed rice", an update that in previous circumstances the road was a noteworthy Bangkok rice market. Over the most recent 20 years, be that as it may, Khaosan Road has formed into a world-well known "hiker ghetto". It offers modest convenience, going from "sleeping cushion in a case" style lodgings to sensibly estimated 3-star inns. In a paper on the explorer culture of Khaosan Road, Susan Orlean called it "the place to vanish".