Chinatown Bangkok Guide Book
Chinatown Bangkok is famous for being a source of delicious food, Such as Lek & Rat restaurant, The first seafood restaurant in Yaowarat, Ia Sae restaurant, coffee shop and toast, Hainanese Chicken Rice, Ancient Suki and many other restaurants that have been open for more than 80 years ! For visitors who like to eat foods. This is one place that you should not be missed. It is also, quite arguably, one of the best Chinatowns to visit as well.
In addition, any visitors who are interested in doing other activities besides eating food. The neighborhood also has many interesting attractions and activities.
Chen Dim Sum Soi Charoenkrung 16, Charoenkrung Road, Samphanthawong, Bangkok Open for service: 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. There are also famous menu items at the restaurant. Shrimp dumplings (40 baht), shrimp hakao (40 baht), scallops (40 baht), and the type of fried will be scallops, crabs (100 baht).
Plaeng Nam Chicken Rice Restaurant No. 33 Plaeng Nam Road, Samphanthawong Subdistrict Samphanthawong District Bangkok Open for service: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. The restaurant will select the Thai chicken that has a firm texture that is sweet and not rotting. Served with hot chicken broth. And the dipping sauce that is the signature recipe of the restaurant and eat with soft oily rice.
Urai Han Palo Restaurant Songwat Road, Samphanthawong Subdistrict Samphanthawong District Bangkok Open for service: 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., closed every Chinese Buddha day The whole goose is stewed with the shop's recipe Chinese medicine stew. The goose meat is soft and moist, especially when eaten with hot steamed rice. It's so delicious that you don't want to share it with anyone !
Kuan Yim Shrine (Thian Fa Foundation) Yaowarat Road, Talat Noi Subdistrict, Samphanthawong District, Bangkok (located on Yaowarat Road (Opposite the Chaloem Phrakiat Gate) The Goddess of Guan Yin Made of carved sandalwood tang palace art style but assumed to be built during the Song Dynasty The Guan Yin image has a distinctive golden color and very beautiful as well.
Leng Nei Yi Temple Charoenkrung Road, between Soi Charoenkrung 19 and 21, Pom Prap Sattru Phai District, Bangkok Inside the Ubosot is the enshrined of all 3 principal Buddha images, namely Phra Gotama Buddha. Amitabha Buddha Phra Phaisachayakuru Buddha or Sam Por Huk Chow with 18 other arhats.
Leng NeLao Pun Tao Kong Shrinei Yi Temple 833 Soi Isaranuphap, Songwat Road, Samphanthawong District, Bangkok People like to worship and pray for peace and happiness, prevent various dangers and thriving trade.
Lee Tee Meow Shrine Phlapphlachai Road, Pom Prap Subdistrict, Pom Prap Sattru Phai District, Bangkok You can go to pray and pay homage to Phra Sangkachai on the 2nd floor with the belief that Phra Sangkachai It is a symbol of wealth, wealth and fortune.
For tourists who love history. May stop by Royal Jubilee Gate at Odeon Circle. To Glorification for His Majesty King Rama IX. The tourists who like to shop. Yaowarat area has cheap products like Sampeng Market. The largest wholesale gift shop in Thailand And a wide to selection of gold shops.
Travelling By subway , tourists can take the MRT Blue Line and get off at Wat Mangkon Station (MRT Blue line, Wat Mangkon Station) and walk to Yaowarat Road. The distance is about 350 meters, takes about 4 minutes. By bus, there are buses that pass through Yaowarat, namely numbers 1, 7, 8, 37, 49 and 75.
By Boats, Near Yaowarat there is Ratchawong harbor. (Rajchawongse harbor) services along the Chao Phraya River. Visitors can walk from Ratchawong Pier. to Yaowarat Road The distance is about 650 meters, takes about 8 minutes. By Taxi, Tourists can use taxis or tricycles, the price depends on the distance traveled.
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Chinatown Bangkok Guide Book