Bangkok is a welcoming city for tourists with its unique cuisine and culture.
Asiatique The Riverfront
Asiatique The Riverfront is a large entertainment and shopping complex next to the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok. It was built on the inspiration from the days when the city was like a riverside mall in the early 1900s. The restaurants and bars include a series of high-class pubs serving Thai and Japanese dishes. , France and Italy. The best way to get here is by taking the regular train from BTS Thaksin.
Maeklong Railway Market
Meeting on the train tracks? It sounds unbelievable and dangerous, but that’s how the most famous flea market in Thailand is called Maeklong Railway Market! This market is located at the end station of the Maeklong railway – one of the slowest railway lines in the world with an average speed of trains at only 30km/h. That is also the reason why people around this area have the courage to meet the market right next to the track, although in reality, this market still has many hidden dangers.
Vast and extremely bustling are the words tourists favor for the Chinatown in Bangkok. Chinatown is located on Yaowarat Road in Samphanthawong District and a large part of Charoen Rung Street is located in the heart of Bangkok. Traveling to Bangkok, coming here, you will be immersed in a shopping paradise with a variety of goods such as garments, electronics, souvenirs, antiques, musical instruments, etc. But most importantly, the food court is always busy with guests coming in and out, even lighting the lights all night. The food is rich in Chinese spicy, sweet, cheap seafood restaurants is a red address for anyone visiting this place. In addition, there is also a 24-hour flower market and Wat Mangkon Kamalawat Pagoda is always full of incense.