Chinatown is one of the bustling commercial districts in the western part of downtown Bangkok. It is also one of Bangkok’s oldest neighborhoods. Chinatown dates back nearly 200 years. The houses here are mostly older, but business is flourishing. Almost all of the managers are Chinese or overseas Chinese. Chinatown is connected to 3 main streets (Sampeng Lane, Yaowarat Road, and Charoen Krung Road) as well as many other streets. Chinatown has retained the traditional culture typical of China and the customs and characteristics of the Chinese community. Business is booming. You can feel the rich Chinese atmosphere in Chinatown. Every year, there are lively lion dances and dragon dances during Lunar New Year.
Leng Buai Eia Shrine
"Other Places of Worship"
Chinatown Streetfood Stall
HUA SENG HONG(Yaowarat)
"Cantonese Cuisine""Famous Restaurants"
Hotel Royal Bangkok @ Chinatown
Grand China Hotel
When you talk about Chinatown in Bangkok, you will definitely think of the movie "Chinatown Detective Case".
Chinatown in Bangkok, translated into China Town of Bangkok, is home to thousands of various businesses, with eye-catching Chinese signs hanging on Chinese and local produce.
Food stores, hotels, department stores, grocery stores, shoe stores, craft shops, abound, but the most is the gold shop, although the facade is not big, but the decoration is magnificent, it is said that 70% of the Bangkok gold shop Distributed in Chinatown. The
boutique stores sell well-known products from mainland China, such as Maotai in Guizhou, Wangzhi and stinky tofu in Beijing, pill in Beijing Tongrentang, Pien Tze Huang in Cangzhou, and Tianma in Chongqing, all of which are available.
In Chinatown, Grill fritters are a must-eat snack, and it is rated as Michelin Bibden in 2018-2019. The shape is the super mini version of the domestic fritters, only the size of the fingers, unlike the domestic fritters to eat soy milk, but condensed milk or Banlan sauce. Princess Sirindhorn of Thailand also visited this fritter stand.
When I first met Chinatown, there was a feeling of time and space. For example, in Hong Kong in the 1980s and 1990s, there has been nearly 200 years of history. Under the old houses, business is unusually prosperous.
There are a lot of Chinese people in Thailand. This street is especially remarkable. The roadside is a snack bar with a variety of authentic Cantonese cuisine and Chaoshan cuisine. It is one of the most prosperous business districts in Bangkok's West End. This is the most prosperous place in Chinatown across Southeast Asia.
Transportation: Take the MRT and get off at Hua Lamphong Station and walk on foot.
Time reference: 2 hours
opening hours: all day
other: restaurants main tidal flavor, as well as a variety of wide-style snacks, such as pork feet, marinated eggs, fish balls and fried Powder, etc., the effect of walking at night is better.
youth traveling of Lin
During the day, Chinatown is like a quiet grocery market. The streets are full of gold shops, shark's fin seafood restaurants, and various dry goods grocery stores.
Among them, Yaohuali Road is the core mainline of Chinatown. There are classic attractions in Chinatown nearby: the quaint Chinese gate, the Golden Buddha Temple, one of Thailand's three national treasures, and the thriving Tianhua Charity Hospital.
And you are still in the classic Zhonghuamen, Jinfo Temple and Tianhua Charity Hospital? Then you are out. The small onion that claims to be bold is of course to take you to the Chinatown where the recognition is invisible.
Traveling abroad often
will always encounter a lot of strange cities
but there is a place
always makes people feel familiar
that is Chinatown
can eat Chinese cuisine
can taste the taste of home
can also see the familiar people
may be able to achieve
good life here