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Bangkok China Town

Bangkok – The hustle & bustle of China town makes for an entertaining evening, with plenty of street food kiosks plying their trade along the main street. An endless stream of heaving foot traffic effortlessly merges with the seller’s stalls, tables and chairs that spill over into the road, and ends up as looking like a street party. Working out what and who belongs to what street food kiosk is a game played by all.

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The food is varied from fried dumplings to noodles-a-plenty, there is something to savior for all discerning palates, and for less than 50 Baht per dish, is easy on the pocket for an evening out.
From the Khao San road it’s less than 150 baht in a taxi, or a 30 minute walk. Watch out for tuk tuks who will want to charge you 200-300 baht for the short 10 minute ride from Khao San.

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It’s quite an experience especially with the amount of people who flock here every night, and worth a visit to take in the sights, sounds and smells from the various food outlets.

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As it’s a crowded place with lots of hustle & bustle, just ensure that your wallet and bags are secure and tucked into a front pocket, as these places brings with it the type of people that like to take your stuff.

 

2 Comments

  1. Wow its so cheap! Thats like 2 AUD per dish!! And I bet there’s even cheaper places than Bangkok 😛

    • gallivantsjournal

      June 9, 2016 at 5:48 pm

      Sure is guys, and you’re quid’s in from old Blighty prices.
      I’m usually the one tagged who hunts down the cheapest beer in town, even if it takes me all day.
      Congratulations are in order to you guys as well as you have the proud honour of being our first official comment poster! I will organise the plaque in your honour.
      Thanks

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