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Better known as 'Yaowarat' among locals, Chinatown is Bangkok's bustling district that never sleeps. During the day, the main street and its small alleyways are filled with a vibrant mix of colours, scents and flavours coming from the roadside restaurants and all-day markets. The real action, however, happens after sunset. Surrounded by neon lights, Thais and tourists alike flock here around dinnertime to feast on some of the best street food in town. Escape the chaos by venturing a little further from the main road and discover hidden shrines, friendly locals and daily life in its purest form.
There is a tour boat hop on and off, and express local boats.
The system itself is efficient and straightforward and best to use this for the Wat Pho, Wat Arun, Grand Palace, Khao Shan Road, Sampeng Market. along the route. It is way faster than getting caught in the Bangkok traffic in a stuffy cab.
costs 50 baht one...
Good for a 10 minute shopping break if you a tourist in the area. There are guard booths at each entrance but nobody asked for a ticket to be purchased. Active religious site, appropriate dress required.
"Jao Mae Kuan Im Shrine - The unique Chinese shrine in Bangkok"
reviewed 18 January 2017 by AnniesungChan
To go JAO MAE KUAN IM, you should use the Chao Phaya river boat, you stop by Memorial bridge (Saphan Phut) and go over the dark green iron bridge, at the end of this bridge, there is a alley, you walk along the alley, ask the Wat Kalayamit, then turn right to go the ferry station, there is the Jao...
Always busy, always good. Well worth the inevitable wait. Select food while you are queuing and it will most likely be ready when you sit down. The food is delicious and well priced. Do not expect anything fancy in the way of seating etc. It is entirely fundamental, but the food.......
We had a wonderful evening with delicious food and felt so welcome by Goi and Florian. This was truly a fantastic impression we received of Bangkok. Highly recommendable, off the beaten track, just an incredible relaxing and and enjoyable evening!
Thanks Goi and Florian
This is a great place to unwind after a day's walk over some excellent food ( duck is amazing ) and awesome cocktails. And if you go in the evening you'll enjoy great live music too.
Very nice atmosphere and a welcomed break from the hustle and bustle of the Chinatown streets.
I had a wonderful fresh Thai meal at this place tonight. Best one since my arrival in Thailand 2 weeks ago!! Fish, sea food, chicken, pork and also vegetarian opties. Good pricing, great quality! I'm thinking about going here again tomorrow for the fried red snapper or seabrass in lime. YUM!
Finally a good Thai restaurant in Newton Abbot. I regularly visit friends here and we often just want to walk to a good meal and with this restaurant we found it. Solid Thai cuisine, good service and respectable prices. Definitely recommended for a nice lunch or dinner!
We really enjoyed staying here. The decor of the hotel is really cool. The room was great, the stand alone bath a real treat to soak your weary legs and feet in. You walk over a koi carp pond to get into the hotel via the bar/reception which leads onto the street. The hotel food was very good, a bit...
The location of this street is amazing! Right in the middle of the Main Street of Chinatown. 5 min from the train station.
We only took breakfast here and it was very good. Staff is amazing, very kind, English was okay we understood each other.
We had a superior room without window.
The bed was very good, room quiet, free...
Good location. Walking distance to Wat Traimit (Golden Buddha Temple), Hua Lamphong station, china town, etc.
Very nice room, clean, modern, well equipped.
Major downside is that the walls are paper thin. You can clearly hear your neighbours talking and snoring. Our neighbours were not loud at all, but we could still hear them talking at 7am, this can be...
Situated just beside the Bangkok railway station & China town. Although the appearance of the Hotel looks old but the interior of the room just got renovated. Served with bf & definitely worth staying for the price you paid for it. It's a 3 star hotel and don't expect too high expectation since we are on Budget tour
I have been staying at this hotel for a few years now. The rooms higher up are better. The ones on the second floor are the least expensive. They are basic with just a propeller fan instead of air-conditioning. It is a little pricey for what it offers. The view from the rooftop restaurant bar is great but the bar...