S.A.B. Intersection (Thai: แยกเอส. เอ. บี., pronounced [jɛ̂ːk ʔés ʔēː bīː]) is formed by the intersection of Charoen Krung and Worachak with Chakkrawat roads in Bangkok's Pom Prap Sattru Phai and Samphanthawong Districts near Khlong Thom area, regarded as an end of Worachak road and beginning of Chakkrawat road.
It was originally called Worachak Intersection after the road, but became known as S.A.B. after the Belgian import company Société Anonyme Belge which established its office and store on the northern corner in 1912. The building now hosts the offices of Sing Sian Yer Pao newspaper.
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