Din_Daeng_district Latitude and Longitude:

13°46′11″N 100°33′10″E / 13.76972°N 100.55278°E / 13.76972; 100.55278
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Din Daeng
Rot Fai Night Market (Ratchada branch)
Rot Fai Night Market (Ratchada branch)
District location in Bangkok
District location in Bangkok
Coordinates: 13°46′11″N 100°33′10″E / 13.76972°N 100.55278°E / 13.76972; 100.55278
Province Bangkok
SeatDin Daeng
Khet established14 January 1994
 • Total8.354 km2 (3.225 sq mi)
 • Total122,563 [1]
 • Density14,590.83/km2 (37,790.1/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+7 ( ICT)
Postal code

Din Daeng ( Thai: ดินแดง, pronounced [dīn dɛ̄ːŋ]) is one of the 50 districts (khet) of Bangkok, Thailand. Its neighbours, clockwise from north, are Chatuchak, Huai Khwang, Ratchathewi, and Phaya Thai.


The district was created in 1993, when the eastern part of Phaya Thai was split off to form a new district. The district is highly populated partly due to the concentration of apartments built by National Housing Authority. They are along Din Daeng and Pracha Songkhro Roads.

Its name literally means red soil, it comes from a dirt road in the same name that constructed during the government of Field Marshal P. Pibulsongkram in 1940s, which looks red in colour. Locals soon used the term Din Daeng to call the area. Today, it is better known as Din Daeng Road.


According to Thailand's Pollution Control Department (PCD) [2] Din Daeng is the noisiest district in the city. It suffers from noise pollution on the order of an average daily noise level of 71.6 to 81.6 A-weighted decibels. A-weighting is commonly used for the measurement of environmental and industrial noise, as well as for assessing potential hearing damage. The safe limit is no more than 70 decibels on average in a 24-hour period. The PCD attributes the noise to vehicular traffic.

Sites in Thon Buri District and Huai Khwang District were named the second and third most noise polluted. [3]


The district is divided into two sub-districts ( khwaeng).

No. Name Thai Area
Din Daeng ดินแดง
Ratchadaphisek รัชดาภิเษก


Vibhavadi Rangsit Forest Park

The BMA City Hall 2 is located in the Din Daeng district of Bangkok on Mitmitree Road near Vibhavadi Rangsit Road. The building is used primarily for offices and business purposes.

In front of BMA City Hall 2 is Vibhavadi Rangsit Forest Park, a small shady public park lies on the length of Vibhavadi Rangsit Road. This park allowed the dog, opening hours from 8:00 am. to 6:00 pm.

Not far from BMA City Hall 2 is Thai-Japanese Stadium, a multi-purpose arena under BMA, next to the Ministry of Labour.

University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce is located in the district close to Territory Treat Department Reserve Power Practise Task Center of Territorial Defense Command. Surasakmontree School is also located in the neighbourhood.

The National Defence College of Thailad (NDC) is another Thai military institute of higher education located in Din Daeng area.

Radio Thailand Station and National Broadcasting Services of Thailand (NBT) with Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) are site on Vibhavadi Rangsit Road as well.

Our Lady Of Fatima Church is a Catholic church in the district.

Din Daeng Flat is well-known low-income housing for a long time. Operated by National Housing Authority.

The renowned markets include Rot Fai Night Market, also known as Talat Rotfai and Din Daeng Market with Huai Khwang Market. The Esplanade is only striking shopping mall and entertainment complex in the area. Fortune Town is another leading shopping mall and hotel on Ratchadapisek Road, the opposite side is CentralPlaza Grand Rama IX in neighbouring Huai Khwang.

Diplomatic mission

  • Embassy of China [4]


Entrance to Huai Khwang Station

The MRT passes along Din Daeng's eastern border (touching Huai Khwang) with five stations: Phra Ram 9, Thailand Cultural Centre, Huai Khwang, Sutthisan, and Ratchadaphisek.


  1. ^ "Population and House Report for Year 2017 (see page 2 for data of this district)". Department of Provincial Administration, Ministry of Internal Affairs. Retrieved 1 April 2018. ( Search page)
  2. ^ "Bangkok Noise Level". Pollution Control Department (PCD). Retrieved 6 July 2019.
  3. ^ "Three Bangkok communities suffering bad noise pollution". The Nation. 5 July 2019. Retrieved 6 July 2019.
  4. ^ "Diplomatic and Consular List" (PDF). Retrieved 16 August 2019.

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