Talat Noi in Bangkok – A Walking Guide

Talat Noi in Bangkok

A walking guide to Talat Noi in Bangkok [toc] Talat Noi is a historic neighbourhood located in the heart of Bangkok, just next to Chinatown. It is worth mentioning that 'Talat Noi' means 'small market', but despite the name, there is no real market in this area. It's a maze of narrow lanes lined with old houses, fancy coffee shops, and mechanic workshops packed to the ceiling with greasy engine

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Yaowarat Road in Bangkok Chinatown

Bangkok Chinatown - Yaowarat Road

What to do in Yaowarat Road? [toc] Yaowarat Road in Bangkok Chinatown are some of the oldest Chinese communities in Thailand and is always an attraction ranking high on any traveller's list of things to see in Bangkok. And it should! Yaowarat, Sampeng Lane and all the small shopping streets around are buzzing with activity by day and night. It's a gigantic market made of tiny shops packed again each

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Ploenchit neighbourhood in Bangkok

Bangkok's most trendy neighbourhood [toc] Ploenchit is an ever-growing and fast-changing neighbourhood in Bangkok that stretches from Sukhumvit to the Siam areas. Ploenchit was a rather anonymous part of Bangkok for a long time, best known for the many embassies lined up along Wireless Road (US, Netherlands and Japan), a few skyscrapers (CRC Tower) but also famous for the immense Lumpini Park. Shopping in Ploenchit Beyond the immense embassies, Ploenchit

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