The Bukruk Urban Arts Festival may be over, but about 20 of its spectacular public wall paintings remain. Showcasing the work of prominent Asian and European street artists, these massive artworks can be spotted around Bangrak, Chareon Krung, Songward, Taladnoi, Yaowaraj and Surawong, making for a fun day out for the whole family.
Artists include Aitch (Romania), Aryz (Spain), Fikos ( Greece), Nychos (Austria), Motomichi Nakamura (Japan), Dan Botlek (Netherlands), Escif (Spain), Kult (Thailand), Daehyun Kim (Korea), Sten and Lex (Italy), Saddo (Romania), Roa (Belgium) and Lolay (Thailand), as well as a handful of guests artists.
Children will enjoy going out and looking for the vibrant murals on foot, by bicycle or via tuk tuk. You can cover all the walls in one day or simply visit one area such as Chareon Krung or Songward Road in Chinatown. There’s even a mural outside Saphan Taksin BTS, as well as one on a nearby private property, which can been seen from Saphan Taksin bridge (or by boat).