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Well established Thai Chinese community with well preserved buildings and few colorful Chinese temples. Many street food is sold here (mainly sweets and simple dishes like noodles, chic coffee shops mix well too). Definitely, must see place for both, food and historical importance.
Chantaburi ancient river commune is nice walk along from King Tak monument. It take 1 hour / 1.5 KM by walk. Many traditional sweets and noodles are along streets like old town. Picture and antique hotels, home stay and shops are right there.^_^
I walk along small road to visit many shops around both side of small road,I enjoy tradition food , sweets, local fruits and cafes.This community takes 2 or 3 hours to walk,
I recommend every one to start visit this place in early morning that...More
Walking along the community with slow speed, looking around to find something to eat and drink make you feel relaxing. If you can spend time for what interested you, just do it. The other end route is the cathedral you should not miss.
This is one of my favourite areas to live in when I visit Chanthaburi.
I've been to this quaint little town in the East of Bangkok for quite many trips and for most of the visits, I have stayed long the waterfront, or rimnam as...More
Yes you can try the Chanthaburi river cruise.
For a small fee of 600B, you get a slow and gentle cruise along Chanthaburi river, as you see the sights and take many memorable photos of Chanthaburi waterfront community, from inside your floating vessel.
The waterfront street is a nice mix of the traditional thai food stalls and shops, and trendy coffee shops and restaurants. The community was located in the beginning and showed really nice pictures from around town. The garden was nice, but starting to degrade.
The road is about a kilometre long with great shops, restaurants and some unique architecture. Very friendly people with great street food and snacks, grab a coffee or some lunch and enjoy the river its worthwhile. Also at the end of the street the Cathedral...More
My first meeting with Thailand was in Chanthaburi, where I have been a couple of times now and stayed in private surroundings, eaten with the locals, shown the not so touristy side of Thailand and eaten the foodthat wasn’t at the menus at the restaurants...More