Our first contact with Bangkok was in chinatown - we went there for dinner. And it's worth it - it's cheap and the food is amazing.
If you want to find good food, look for the blue bowl symbol. This is part of a rating system that basically means, if there is a blue bowl, the restaurant/ stand is DELICIOUS. Also look for large lines. If there is a large line, obviously it's good. Also, don't wait for the line to get smaller, it will not.... More
Chinatown is so hot and busy, you become a little flustered! Where to eat? What to eat? We settled on a busy corner where staff in red T shirts ran around serving a never ending turnover of visitors. Food was quick, tasty and good value.
the wholestreet was full of foodstall where you can get sonething to eat almost everything. not a clean place to eat but good food there. expensive even tho we ate on the street. Good experience for me.
I live in Toronto, Canada, where we have a large Chinese population and a huge China town. It is considered SMALL compared to the Bangkok China Town. We arrived at the China Town around 4pm in the afternoon and immediately stunned to see the busyness and craziness of China Town. They have multiple streets full of street stalls. They sell... More
Its a must stop for the experience, excellent value for money and tasty food. In the evenings from 7pm is a better choice. Try T & K Seafood which is outside a goldsmith shop, just before White Orchid Hotel, you can't miss it. Throngs of people seated in tight spaces and long queue. Remember to get a queue number becos... More
The street food was amongs the best food we ate in Bangkok, if you want to truly experience bangkok and China Town you must have this experience. You sit alongside the poorest and the richest who come to enjoy the smells and tastes of the street food. It is an undescribeable experience, something we won't forget, something you can only... More
Do take note of the taxi driver who can speak good english. We almost kena scam by the taxi driver at the taxi stand in Central World. When we boarded in taxi, the driver agree to go Chinatown by meter. But after few seconds, he told us that Chinatown is having road block because Prime Minister is coming over there.... More
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