With the huge malls Emporium and Emquartier on opposite sides of, and connected to the BTS, Phrom Phong is a culturally-diverse area with many Japanese and Korean expats with supermarkets, restaurants and other shops to match. It also has many British and Irish pubs making it very popular with expats generally and is home to Bangkok’s only dedicated comedy venue – The Comedy Club Bangkok above The Royal Pub. Popular with joggers and outside exercisers, it is has one of Bangkok’s main parks - Benjakitti Park. Adjacent to this area are large areas of land which have been used for art fairs and more recently Dinosaur Planet with changes in the area quite regularly. It is also where the first international supermarket ever started up shop Villa Market which is still very popular providing all manner of Western imported food items.