This is definitely one of the most interesting areas of Bangkok. Its always chaotic but great atmosphere.
About Chinatown - Bangkok
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This place is famous for great food. The queue is always long for bread, Bak-kut-Teh, Kuay-Chap. It is always very crowded here. Transportation is not so convenient here, only can take Tu-Tu or taxi. However, before you board the taxi, ask to go by metre,...More
Variety of food, shops and herbs. People are friendly around. We went to a noodle restaurant which was very delicious.
This is an amazing place to spend a night in Bangkok. So much delicious food! You can spend hours walking up and down Yaowarat Road trying different foods and sweets from the street cart vendors. You can also enjoy a delicious sit-down meal at the...More
Same as Chinatown in NY or San Fran. Too many people crowded into stores crammed full of cheap stuff from China. Skip this one unless you like being jostled by strangers in narrow aisles between shops.
I recently visited the China World fabric Mall and I was pleasantly surprised by the great selection of fabrics the different shops had. I also found quite a few fabric shops in the side street with great bargains and all good quality fabric at amazing...More
If you haven't had enough shopping at Chatuchak market or in Siam Square (MBK and others), Bangkok's Chinatown is a shopper's paradise. Crowds are the norm as is bartering. It is fun to wander through the streets at the various vendors.
Chinatown, consisting of one main street and a few sideways. The best way to visit this place in the evening. You need to count with a huge screech, noise, countless number of advertising ads and various scents hovering in the air.The main streets have beards...More