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Ways to Experience Chinatown - Bangkok
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Reviewed 16 February 2018

I think that Chinatown is the real place of china culture. China is more close to Bangkok, then the Chinatown is original more another place in the world.

Thank Carlitos I
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Reviewed 16 February 2018

If you like crowdy places and want to feel spirit of Asia then China Town in Bangkok is the right place for you

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Reviewed 15 February 2018

I'm spending the day in Bangkok between night trains and didn't want to spend too much money. The Chinatown area is so densely occupied and has so many sights, smells, and sounds, especially on New Year's Eve. This was a great place to pass the day!

Thank EllenfromCanada
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Reviewed 15 February 2018 via mobile

What an amazing busy spot.

Excellent restaurants, great food stalls and lots of gold stores for those interested.

Was REALLY difficult to get a cab to take us to hotel - most wouldn’t pick us up so we had to order an Uber which worked out well although a small wait. Traffic was a nightmare there but the busy vibe, cool lanes and vibrant stalls is worth the visit.

Thank Belinda K
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Reviewed 14 February 2018 via mobile

Plenty of food stalls as well as Shops . Just be aware of shops where they don’t include prices . Make sure you bargain or make sure that prices are there . Bought 2 ceramic plates and ceramic spoons for 70 baht and in the shop before the guy wanted 80 baht for 2 small plates ( I didn’t buy ) .
Juice lovers need to make sure that they try pomegranate juice - the best! Freshly squeezed without no added sugar.

Thank Oksana A
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