Shopping Spots in Chinatown Bangkok 2023

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Chinatown in Bangkok began in the reign of King Rama I. It was discovered on the banks of the Chao Phraya River and occupied by a large Chinese community that had settled since the 12th century and moved to Khlong Sampeng. It has become a lively shopping mall with many shops, stands out with colorful neon signs, crowded with people, heavy traffic, and street food.


1. Thanon Ratchawong

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This area was discovered in the late 1907s, early 1917s, and until the 1920s. It was the location of many high-class restaurants to accommodate royalty, the aristocracy or the upper middle class for eating out or socializing over dinner. In early 2016, it was ranked as the number one pedestrian street in Bangkok. There are many alleys filled with various things.

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Many shops that sell the most miscellaneous products will be found for shopping including fake fruits, bags, backpacks, beauty products, souvenirs, and other items. Everything is cheap.

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2. Sampeng Avenue 

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It’s an old city area, bustling with people with many stalls selling things including carts, fruit, and vegetable trucks.

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The highlight is being the cheapest shopping mall in Chinatown, with many discounts. Popular products include silk sarongs, accessories, shoes, home decorations, electrical appliances, toys, handicrafts, dry food, and cheap street food including Thai-Chinese restaurants.

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3. Khlong Thom Market

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One of the oldest street markets in Chinatown. The best time to go is on Sunday morning from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., if you want to avoid crowded people. But this area can be walked around during the day, in the evening, and into the night.

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There are many different stalls selling both second-hand goods and souvenirs, car accessories and toys, antique brass lanterns that are openly displayed, including handbags, shoes, and clothing.

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4. The Old Siam Plaza

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An indoor shopping mall that is full of charm. The building is various shades of yellow with the structure of a European, garden that protrudes from the roof, beautiful contrasting pink flowers, and colorful decorative tiles.

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It is crowded with people. It sells everything, clothing, oil paints, canvases, handicrafts, household appliances, souvenirs, hunting, and outdoor equipment. There are restaurants with mostly desserts, Thai desserts. Arriving at the mall after 10:00 a.m. or before 3:00 p.m.

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5. Mega Plaza 

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It looks like a shophouse and is similar to the Akihabara area of Japan, decorated with anime posters all over the place. It is located close to popular tourist attractions in Bangkok, such as Yaowarat, Sampeng, Phahurat Market, and Khlong Ong Ang Walking Street. 

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It has a wide variety of products, such as all sorts of anime figures, children’s toys, souvenirs, games, and others. There is also a food court inside.

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6. ThaiDee plaza

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It is a fun and lively shopping area in Chinatown, with all things made in China. It is popular with Thai-Chinese people and the youth crowd.

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There are a variety of products, such as cheap jewelry, make-up, clothing, remote-control cars, helicopters, colorful wigs, children’s toys, giant stuffed animals, perfume, denim bags, and keychains. There is also a coffee shop inside. 

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7. Hua Seng Heng

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It is one of the many gold shops in the area. It was begun as the gold trading business on Yaowarat Road in 1951, starting with selling gold jewelry as the main business, focusing mainly on gold material and quality, and then buying for beauty and collecting, developing into trading for investment.

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Hua Seng Heng is a great place to buy gold in Bangkok, which trades in high-quality gold jewelry and is a reliable gold distributor. It can compete effectively in the business field and become the most comprehensive gold leader in Thailand.

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8. Itsaraphap Lane

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It is an old road in the Thonburi area with a length of 4.18 kilometers, cutting through roads and important intersections in 4 districts. The main thing that makes it as unique charm is the diversity of races and religions among the people living together in this area. This can be seen from the many religious places, including temples, mosques, churches, and shrines, that are scattered throughout the community. 

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It is unique and attracts people to come and get to know this area, as well as modern tourist attractions to expand and welcome more people. It sells all types of dry goods, such as tea, nuts, herbs, spices, and many more. 

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9. Yaowarat Road

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Yaowarat Road has a total length of approximately 1.510 kilometers and was built during the reign of King Chulalongkorn to become a place for promoting trade. It frequently hosts annual events, with famous Chinese food sales, performances, and many stalls from the shops on both sides of the road.

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There are a variety of commercial businesses in the Yaowarat area, including commercial businesses, finance and banking, gold shops, restaurants, shops, prayer tapes and CDs, children’s toys, cheongsams, lanterns and auspicious red cloth, jewelry, calendars, dried food, gold stores, and various hotel accommodations.

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Chinatown in Bangkok is a colorful area with shops and restaurants, diverse people, and beautiful Chinese temples that are all worth visiting. It is considered a complete tour, including markets, malls, specialty shops, with an unforgettable impression. Traveling can be selected in many ways. The easiest way is to take a taxi, boat, or The Metropolitan Rapid Transit (MRT).


Hidden Gems of Chinatown Bangkok 2023

When it comes to Bangkok, you may want to find something to sip throughout the special night in the heart of the city, like Chinatown Bangkok. These are five bars to hang out at, and you will definitely enjoy the atmosphere, menus, good music, and outstanding atmosphere.

1. Tep Bar

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Tep Bar is one of the oldest bars in Yaowarat and is famous for both locals and foreigners. Sometimes you may have a chance to admire Thai dances and some traditional workshops from here.

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The highlight of this bar is its decorations in a mixed Thai and modern style with cement and gold leaves among dim lights.

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The recommended menus include the main ingredient, Mekhong like Nuan and Samchae (gooseberry, kaffir lime leaves, and cloves), and Mekhong Tanee, which are good to go with deep-fried wrapped pork with Chinese noodle and Kung Chae Nam Pla (shrimp with spicy fish sauce).

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Tel: +66 98 467 2944


2. Rabbit Hill

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Behind the red door is Rabbit Hill, a secret Asian bar styled in the 80-year-old building by the owner, who has grown up in this town.

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The highlight is the red bar in Chinese style with ancient paintings and red Chinese lamps in the middle of the bar, which makes you feel like you are going back to the 19th century.

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You must pair comfort Chinese snacks and sift beer (like paper-wrapped fried chicken and braised fish maw in red gravy), one of the ancient dishes, and the alcohol beverages are Umeshu and Moozen, Hongkong craft beer.

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Tel: +66 81 643 7811



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Next, JAO UN, Speakeasy bar or called a retro style bar. If you are into this style, you must love this spot to spend the night with! 

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It is semi-Chinese design with classic and vintage vibes with warm welcome, and it was renovated from the old warehouse.

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You should not miss to sip a signature one like JAO.UN, (ULONG wine), Lady Yaowarat and GAO BAI (vodka, grenadine, strawberry puree, cream, and aromatic bitter), served with crispy Mantou (Chinese buns) and pork in sweet brown sauce). 

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Tel: +66 63 902 9717


4. Laoteng

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Laoteng should be on your bucket list as a famous one with the look of vintage Chinese design even the entrance is quite hidden and mystery to seek. 

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It combines the electric city line neon lights with the traditional Chinese style perfectly with the concept “Chinese restaurant”, and the bar is on the 3rd floor.

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The cocktail that is worth to give a try is Ah-Ma’s Secret in a hot Chinese ancient pot and also non-alcohol drink “Laoteng’s Coco Rose”, coconut drink with rose syrup to eat with dim sum.

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Tel: +66 96 245 4242


5. Charoenkrung Bar & Bistro

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The last destination is Charoenkrung Bar & Bistro, where is full of fun atmosphere to enjoy with your friends and lovers.

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The point of this bar must be along with live music like pop, blue, and jazz among the dazzling light and decoration as one of a photo spot.

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This bar serves a variety of wine and beer as well as Tra Trueng, a cocktail with coffee that is easy for tipsy, and others like Gin Sling and Pinky Bay to try with carbonara with Sichuan pepper or Grilled Pork Neck with Jaew dipping sauce below.

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Tel: +66 99 448 5646



Here is bar Yaowarat to invite you to chill out on the night in Chinatown, but if you are hungry, you can go to the Yaowarat night market to find mouthwatering dishes from the street food stalls to eat first.


The Best Breakfast in Chinatown Bangkok

The Best Breakfast in Chinatown Bangkok
Yaowarat Chinatown

There are many fantastic restaurants in Bangkok, but you may be wondering where you might go for a delicious breakfast. Yaowarat, or Chinatown Bangkok, is a favorite choice since it offers traditional Chinese flavors and atmosphere. We have chosen the top eateries in Yaowarat for you.

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 1.Chao Zan 

The first list that we take you to go is Chao Zan, cool restaurant in Chinese vintage style that are welcome to serve you from breakfast to brunch.

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The menus that are talk of the town are American fried rice, cheesy baked shrimp sandwiches, and deep-fried minced pork toast that perfectly go with Thai iced coffee with fresh milk or plum juice soda for starting fresher day.

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Contact: +66 62 835 4696

2.On Lok Yun 

On Lok Yun

This breakfast restaurant has been open for over 90 years (since 1933) in the old building, with simple plates that guarantee their flavors to be tried in a classic style.

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The recommended dishes are fried eggs and omelets served with ham and sausage in coffee cups that they roast themselves. Then, end up with the steam buns with Thai egg custard dip or signature French toast, together with Thai milk tea and Milo.

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Contact: +66 85 809 0835 

3.Kope Hya Tai Kee

Kope Hya Tai Kee

Kope Hya Tai Kee is located nearby the Giant Swing (Sao Ching Cha) is among the old buildings with over 180 years of history, and they are ready to serve you more than 100 menus.  

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The highlight of breakfast is pan-fried eggs with toppings like bacon, Chinese sausage, and mined pork along with Ancient Thai milk tea or black coffee and sandwiches in Vietnamese style.

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Contact: +66 62 678 3003

4.Jae Hong Congee

From the set of breakfast, we will change your mood to try out one of the most favorite breakfasts for Thai people at Jae Hong Congee with Chinese hot dishes and soup to refresh your morning.

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Congee (rice porridge) is the signature dish to eat with toppings like soft-boiled eggs, pork, and mushrooms. And there are also other menus, such as stewed pork soup, egg noodles, and Chinese roll noodles.

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Contact: +66 64 567 3712 

5.Ek Teng Phu Ki

If you are a coffee lover, Ek Teng Phu Ki is a classic café, where has been opened over 100 years that still maintain its old Chinese unique and style. 

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Ancient coffee cop and Cealon milk tea are here to wake you up in the morning, that are good to go with toasted bread with Thai egg custard and a ton of toppings for you! 

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Contact: +662 221 4484


Along the way you go to the restaurant you pick; you will see the city view. Take some photos before breakfast to fulfill your travels while you are in Chinatown. We hope you will enjoy this breakfast meal and do not miss to stop by around there because there are tourist attractions around, like Wat Traimit and Chao Phraya River.

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9 Best Street Food Stall in Chinatown Bangkok

If you are a foodie and have the opportunity to visit Thailand at the same time, you should not miss the chance to get your bud tasted at Chinatown Bangkok or Yaowarat, which has been open for over 50 years and is full of the best Chinese street food stalls, from main dishes and desserts to some drinks from day to night. 

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Pa Tong Go Savoey

Pa Tong Go Savoey Michelin guide in Yaowarat Chinatown

We will begin with Pa Tong Go, which has been open for 40 years. It has been recommended by the Michelin Guide. This stall’s owner is the third-generation heir, and he serves both fried and grilled deep-fried doughsticks, crispy outside but soft inside in every bite of the original Chinese recipe. Then, enjoy with the signature toppings like Thai coconut custard dip and hot soy milk. 

  • Open Hour : 05:30 – 11:30 PM 
  • Contact :Tel +66 95 591 5651

White Dragon Noodle 

White Dragon Noodle in Yaowarat Chinatown Bangkok

If you fall for noodles, we think White Dragon Noodle or Mung Korn Khao Noodle, fine egg noodles in Hong Kong style with barbeque pork slides, wontons, and boiled bog choy on top with crab meat and spring onion in a perfect portion. They make all the ingredients themselves, and it has been open for 20 years and is located at the corner of Yaowapanich Road.

  • Open Hour : Tue – Sat 03:30 – 11:45 PM / Sun 05:30 – 11:00 PM (Closed on Monday) 
  • Contact : Tel +66 97 236 1368

Guay Jub Ouan Pochana

Guay Jub Ouan Pochana, located in front of the Chinatown Drama Theatre, is the oldest cart carried from China to Thailand, and it has been guaranteed by the Michelin Guide since 2018. Its specialty is folded flat rice noodle in peppery soup, with crispy pork belly and pig intestines, and do not forget to top with a cooked egg and crispy doughsticks absorbed in the soup.

  • Open Hour : 11:00 PM – 00:00 AM
  • Contact : Tel + 66 86 508 9979
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Xie Chinatown

If you are looking for premium ingredients on this street, Xie Chinatown is the place to go with its tasty and unique flavors of shark fin soup or stewed meal. It has been around for almost 30 years, and one of its hallmark dishes is Hong Kong-style fried noodles. This dish is served as the first stall among the carts with egg noodles, pork, and veggies stir-fried in sesame oil.

  • Open Hour : 03:30 PM – 00:30 AM (Closed on Monday)
  • Contact : Tel + 66 96 915 6659

Mr. Tall’s Curry 

Mr. Tall's Curry Yaowarat

If you are a spicy lover and curry, Mr. Tall’s Curry is the first cart that has sold soft beef and pork curries on hot rice for over 80 years in original Chinese style. They are flavorful with the texture of wax gourd with Chinese sausage, a boiled egg, and fresh cucumber. 

  • Open Hour : 06:00 PM – 00:00 AM (Closed on Monday)
  • Contact : Tel + 66 98 616 2223

Je Aeng Pork Satay

Je Aeng Pork Satay Yaowarat

Je Aeng always serves you very soft and good smell pork satay that you must love to eat with Arjard and peanut Sauce! It has been opened since 1989, and you can choose grilled ingredients, such as pork, chicken, beef, shrimp, livers, and intestines. 

  • Open Hour : 01:00 – 08:00 PM (Closed on Monday)
  • Contact : Tel + 66 96 441 9653

Pa Jeen 

Hoy Kraeng Pa Jeen

Thai-style boiled blood cockles with seafood dipping sauce must be Pa Jeen, located along a Texas alley; you will not be disappointed! You can request from her as little or as much spicy sauce as you want, and she also has boiled mussels without any fishy smell. 

  • Open Hour : 06:30 PM – 00:30 AM (Closed on Monday)
  • Contact :Tel +66 92 424 0057

Kiang Meng

It’s time for desserts, and Kiang Meng must be on your list! They have Thai desserts in hot serve like Bua Loy in ginger soup, longan sago, millet, and black glutinous rice mixed with milk. It is a secret shop in a tiny alley that has been welcomed for a long time.

  • Open Hour : 07:30 AM – 03:30 PM 
  • Contact : Tel +66 93 246 6351

Yaowarat Toasted Bread

Yaowarat Toasted Bread

End up with grilled buns loaded with goodies! Crispy on the outside, soft and fluffy inside, hot and toasty smell. There are numerous filling options, including condensed milk, rich chocolate, pendant custard, Thai-style egg custard, and more fruit jam!

  • Open Hour : 06:00 – 11:30 PM 
  • Contact :Tel +66 65 553 3635
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Yaowarat Chinatown


Here are nine food vendors and street food that we propose as a heaven in the country of Thai and Chinese culture food! You can also go around there to admire the views, take photos, and buy souvenirs before returning!

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Experience the Magic of Asiatique The Riverfront : Bangkok’s Premier Nightlife Destination

When we talk about the capital of Thailand. Bangkok has several top sights that we must visit once in our life. Anyway, there is a place we would like to recommend to you that is surrounded by wonderful panoramic views.

Whether you are in search of a spot including food markets, dining restaurants, souvenir shops, Entertainment and Shows, or more enjoyable and fun activities in the evening.

You can find everything you need all in one place on the Chao Phraya River, at Asiatique The Riverfront. Let see about Asiatique Bangkok

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Asiatique The Riverfront

Asiatique The Riverfront Bangkok

Asiatique The Riverfront is well-known as a large night market located at Charoenkrung Road under the concept of “Festival Market and Living Museum.” It was the first and largest international trading port in Asia with warehouse plots.

This shows the wealth of the economy in the time of King Chulalongkorn (King Rama V). Then, it became an open-air mall in 2012 after a huge renovation.

Even though this location has changed a long time ago. You can still feel the scent of the old civilization, old history, and people’s lifestyle in that time.

When you feel to spend your time in the evening to the late night differently. This place is yours truly choice to go without a doubt and outstanding from other night markets with the spectacular atmosphere and a ton of things to do that you should try out.

Almost of warehouse wall is decorated with bricks and comes with Thai tradition and culture on delicate artworks.

Things You Can Buy & Zones of Asiatique

Asiatique the Riverfront is divided into four zones: The Factory District, Town Square District, Charoenkrung District, and Waterfront District.

Zone 1 : Factory District

Factory District Asiatirue

The first place we will mention is the Factory District, the old carpentry factory over 100 years old. It gathers a ton of clothes and accessories as the fashion zone here.

such as men’s and women’s, and kid’s clothes like stylish, fancy, and traditional dresses, tops, pants, shoes, bags, and more accessories that will catch your eyes from over 1,000 shopping stalls! More and more, you can spend your enjoyable night life at fantastic pubs and restaurants after a long journey. 

Zone 2 : Town Square District

Town Square District Asiatique, Thai food

The next zone is the Town Square District. Where you can enjoy walking over 2,000 sq.m. and there is the International Food Circus to find your favorite international dishes and tasty restaurants from all around the world, like traditional Thai, Chinese, Japanese, Italian, etc.

Zone 3 : Charoenkrung Diatrict

Charoenkrung District Asiatique

In Charoenkrung District. You can find some gorgeous home furnishings and traditional eye-catching souvenirs, that you have never seen before in Charoenkrung District.

The types of touristy souvenirs from Asiatique that you should not miss are dried fruit, painted wood stuff, notebooks with Thai fabric cover, plain and painted wooden pieces, colorful keychains, silver jewelry, and more.

When it comes to the perfect time to watch the shows and entertainment. The first program is the highlight of this zone, the Joe Louis Thai Puppet Theatre, which comes with a capacity of 75 seats, and every actor makes these puppets come alive. 

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The stories of this theater belong to Thai literature, and the place also has a restaurant to make your stay more enjoyable with the shows and delicious dining.

Furthermore, Calypso Cabaret is a lip-sync live cabaret performance that we are proud to represent. It is full of talented transgender and performers to show you the richness of traditional Thai culture together with dazzling light and amazing sound to make you thrill with every minute of a magical night.

Zone 4 : Waterfront District

Waterfront District Asiatique

The last zone that you cannot miss here is Waterfront District, the breathtaking panoramic sight is everyone’s favorite tourist spot. Even in the late afternoon or late night, you can both see the sunset from this point or river view you need.

Asiatique Sky

Asiatique Sky

From far away, the thing that you can see is Asiatique Sky. The iconic Ferris wheel with a 60-meter height, and you can reach another level of sightseeing to see both sides of the Chao Phraya River above with a chillax ride.

Restaurants at Asiatique

Thai Seafood

If you are starving from chaotic traffic. We have must-eat restaurant lists, or if you desire to chill around with a glass of wine or tipsy drink, WINE I LOVE YOU or drink some cool beer and eat some flavorful dishes at Happy Fish with music shows from Thai artists.

If you are a seafood lover, do not forget to try out Checkmate Bar & Bistro, offering a variety of fresh seafood dishes and fusion cuisine.

Want some Thai taste? Baan Khanitha by the River is your choice, and the signature menus of this restaurant are sacred lotus petals with pomelo, roast coconut, and herbs with roast coconut caramelized sauce, mango & shrimp spicy dip-crispy catfish, Acasia pennata omelette, shrimp spicy tamarind soup, and more.

If you prefer to taste some street to rare food, Krua Khun Toi, food markets at Warehouse 7, is here for you because there are 30 food stalls with over 200 Thai, Chinese, and Japanese several of mouthwatering dishes ranging from main dishes, snacks, desserts, and drinks.

Sirimahannop Exciting Dining on the Chao Phraya River

Sirimahannop Asiatique

To upgrade your dining experience beyond the river. Sirimahannop on The Chao Phraya River is an amazing dining and event venue inspired by the Three Masted Sailing Ship with two floors : upper deck and lower deck.

It is designed in gold and wooden style with classical and luxury furniture to bring us back to the former age when watching the sunset.

The spectacular dishes are Fine De Claire and Beef Flank Steak from Java and Mango, the full-bodied cocktails of this restaurant.

How to Get to Asiatique by BTS and Boat

You can travel to the Asiatique the Riverfront by BTS to Saphan Taksin and take a boat to Asiatique Pier or by car. Because there are 700 parking lots.

Leave the crowded city behind and come to enjoy the river view with a bunch of things that you can find in one place here, and do not forget to take some beautiful pictures before going home to collect the great memories.

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Carousel Asiatique

Carousel Asiatique

It’s a shame if you’re not a child because it’s only up to kids. An activity suitable for adults is to take photos with the carousel, so it looks great. But if you go with your family, you can go up to the carousel to take care of your child’s safety.

The price of playing a carousel is 100 baht per person.

Durianism Cafe

Thailand’s famous Durian fruit isn’t available year-round, but the Durianism café is open year-round. Therefore, if you are visiting here, you must try it.

Open Time : 3:00 pm. – 10:00 pm.
Tel. : 064 993 7784
Map : GoogleMap/Durianismcafe

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Today, you can manage your time more efficiently by using our Luggage Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) and Luggage Don Muang Airport (DMK) service after your plane touches the runway. You may walk freely to any local attraction, shopping mall, or restaurant without carrying any heavy, bulky luggage.

Our service also allows travelers to carry just a laptop for important meetings. Even on the last day of the trip, travelers can deposit the bag at hotel and travel around with hands free.

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17 What to do in Phuket in 2023?

In 2023, Phuket will still be the top tourist destination because it is a world-class tropical island with stunning scenery, a turquoise ocean, magnificent marine life, coral reefs, and a variety of activities and tourist attractions.

So we’d like to tell you more about it with our local guides and tell you what to do in Phuket.

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1. Carnival Magic Phuket

Let yourself and your mind be blown with the amazing night and shows at Carnival Magic Phuket, the ultimate nightlife venue.

in a special area decorated with spectacular lights and colors with applied Thai architecture to celebrate the vitality inspired by cultural heritage from beautiful festivals and flea markets.

There are numerous activities to enjoy alongside the wonderful shows, such as carnivals and street parties, as well as a cocktail boat ride through the Kingdom of Lights along the river.

2. Andamanda Phuket

The Andaman Sea’s splendor may be found in one location at the island’s newest tourism and leisure attraction, Andamanda Phuket.

The architecture combines contemporary lifestyle aspects with Thai and local traditional history, which is displayed in all places that are surrounded by lush tropical scenery and the Andaman Sea’s limestone reefs.

This is the only pool where can generate three meters high waves.  

3. Fantasea Show Phuket

Phuket Fantasea invites you to be a witness to the Thai tale and at the expansive entertainment complex that blends traditional Thai traditions with the marvel of cutting-edge technology and visual effects.

In addition to a 4,000-seat themed restaurant serving a lavish buffet of Thai and international cuisines, this location is jam-packed with activities and entertainment and also the troop of elephants, fire-eaters, gorgeous dancers, and a tiger.

4. Big Buddha Phuket 

The Big Buddha, also known as the Mingmongkol Buddha image, is one of the highest statues in Thailand. Anyone in Phuket or Karon Beach can see it.

The purpose of this creation is to serve as a symbol of peace, as well as the solidarity and hope of people for Thai people and foreigners living in Thailand who have donated until the image is finished in 2021.

In addition to its enormous size, it is constructed of concrete and covered in white Burma marble to stand out among the picturesque surroundings.

5. Soi Romanee Colorful Street 

The old buildings in this area have been transformed into bars, guesthouses, and cafés. During the peak tourist season, which runs from November to April, they also offer a monthly live jazz show in elegant Sino-Portuguese style shophouses.

The menu even offers a few variations on Phuket’s specialty desserts as a welcome break. The homemade ice creams are especially well-known and delicious.

6. Sky Walk at Hunamand World 

In addition to the well-known zipline activity in the rainforest, Hunamand World also offers the Sky Walk, a sky bridge that allows you to travel from a great height above the earth to overlook and overcome anything you might not have previously considered from the perspective of the monkey as a journey through history and myth.

7. Old Town Phuket Market

Almost 30 stalls in the well-known Lad Yai market (Sunday Walking Street Market) sell regional fare and handmade goods like clothing, food, and souvenirs.

Along the journey, visitors can take in live music performances and street performances while experiencing an ambience reminiscent of the town’s earlier days.

8. Central Phuket Floresta

From a floating market, handcrafted handicrafts, traditional Thai performances, an incredible aquarium, foreign restaurants, a buffet, and a café to the world of luxury goods, Central Phuket Floresta has it all! You must love the numerous promotions for all shoppers. 

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9. Cafe Del Mar

Welcome to Café Del Mar, a relaxing haven with first-rate amenities, great meals prepared by top chefs, and breathtaking views of the sea and beach.

The beach club situated adjacent to the breathtaking white sand beach of Kamala to enjoy the sea breeze is the feature of this location, as well as the comfortable lounge chairs scattered around the pool surrounded by lovely palm trees.

10. Phuket Old Town

First and foremost, you should not skip Phuket Old Town, the island’s unmistakable symbol. Since King Rama V’s reign, it has played a significant role as a tourist destination, evolving from being a mining town where Chinese, Indian, Arab, and European foreigners came to live and conduct business to a place that combines lifestyles, arts, and culture, as well as adopting “Sino-Portuguese” architectural styles.

There are the historic and dazzling building to explore, including Chin Pracha House, the China Inn, the Phuket Thai Hua Museum, and more.

11. Tiger Kingdom Phuket

If you are a tiger lover, this is destination to go! It is famous among both Thais and foreigners to learn how to face tigers and experience this by touching them, and there are staff members who have responsibilities to take care of your security at all times.

You will meet a wide range of tiger ages, from the smallest to the largest, as well as a Cheetah. 

12. Aquaria Phuket

Explore 25,000 species of aquatic life at Aquaria Phuket, Thailand’s largest aquarium. The Central Phuket Floresta Shopping Mall is where you can find it, and it offers a 4D trick world in five zones that will arouse all your senses and overcome your fear,

as well as an aquarium zone with helpful personnel who can supply you with all the knowledge you need about marine life, and allow you to observe daily feedings by professional aquarists.

13. Bangtao Beach 

Bang Tao is one of the longest beaches in Phuket. You can relax yourself by swimming in the sea or playing water sports in the high season, or you can enjoy sunset vibe and the old-fashioned bamboo bars along the bay at night.

If you prefer something more comfortable, consider staying and lounging at any beach clubs around there.

14. Patong Beach

One of Phuket’s most famous beaches, Patong Beach offers a wide range of activities, including paragliding, jet skiing, banana boating, sailing, swimming, chilling out while strolling along the beach, and renting a beach chair or receiving a relax beach massage to enjoy.

15. Bangla Walking Street

After dusk, when the road is blocked to traffic and transformed into a 400-meter carnival of neon lights, lively music, and less expensive beer—a place for adults—this street really comes to life.

These are a necessity if you want to spend your evenings at popular go-go bars, rooftop bars, nightclubs, and live music venues.

16. Racha Island

Raya Island is another name for this island. The water is clear, the coral reefs are alive with marine life, and there are several bungalows, resorts, and spas, making it one of the top diving and snorkeling locations in Thailand.

The island is quite quiet at night, with only a few eateries and pubs. Because there aren’t many bright lights, the night sky is full of stars, which is fantastic for stargazing on the beach.

17. Banana Beach

The shape of beach is like banana as a part of Koh Hey. There are several things you may engage in this natural surroundings, peaceful seascape, including yoga, parasailing, kayaking, banana boats, and swings.

All locals revere its beauty and ecology to maintain its unique character, and it is the home of hornbills, one of the endangered animals of Thailand.  Here you can them up close, and they also appear as a crowd as well. 

We hope you got some ideas and enjoyed our Phuket travel guide to elevate your travel experience to make the most of your trip with the activities and places that you must love. Just choose and make a schedule for yourself from now!  

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Discover ICONSIAM | a Landmark along the Chao Phraya River

When cruising in the Chao Phraya River, many tourists might spot an iconic and beautiful building. That building is called ‘ICONSIAM’, it is more than a department store or a shopping mall, it can bring you joy and give you a glimpse of Thainess here. Save your date to visit this place, and you’ll find the ultimate way to the happiest day in Bangkok city.

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ICONSIAM during the sunset

ICONSIAM is located in the old town side of Bangkok city, it also shares the border along the Chao Phraya River where travelers can find a lot of activities to do around this area. Its operating hours start from 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM and open daily. In this article, you will get to know more about ICONSIAM, and let’s see what’s in this place!

Luxury brands in ICONSIAM

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Cartier shop in ICONSIAM

1. Rolex

A brand of the finest watches that will elevate your look and style to be superior. If you still have an empty wrist, you can prepare your money or bring your credit card to take some Rolex watches from this shop!

2. Loius Vitton

From your first step into the Loius Vitton in ICONSIAM, you will notice the characteristic of the decoration which is influenced a lot by Thai style. For those travelers who would like to find exclusive collections or want to buy something, you shouldn’t miss this one.

3. Hermes

Hermes is undeniably for its unique design and the reputation of the quality of their leather. They can bring you magnificent and flawless bags or other kinds of products which are bracelets, scarves, t-shirts, and sandals. Or if you’re finding the best gift for the one you love, this one is a must!

4. Cartier

Recognized as another impressive branch in the world that combines the decoration of its original store in Paris with Thai style smoothly. With no doubt of its quality, you can buy first-class jewelry products from Cartier and will be pleased by the service that you would received.

5. Bottega Veneta

The iconic woven leather product remains in everyone’s attention with its unique pattern style. Bottega Veneta is very popular among the teenage fashionista around the world. Their products can be the reason to elevate your style and make a better look for you. Visit ICONSIAM and grab one item with you!

Restaurants in ICONSIAM

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The top-view of Luk Kai Thong Restaurant

1. Thip Samai

From the famous street food of Bangkok city with the famous Pad Thai cooking, Thip Samai is very popular among tourists around the world. Can be called by the other name which is ‘Pad Thai Pratu Phee’. They offer you a 79-year-old Pad Thai original taste from an authentic Thai cook. You’ll not be disappointed trying this restaurant!

2. Luk Kai Thong

Having the freshest ingredient and embracing the memorable atmosphere of having a meal of Luk Kai Thong might bring a good day for many people. In this place, you can see the neatness of the dish decoration and try the elegant taste of the food.

3. Hong Bao

When thinking about Chinese food, Hong Bao can be one of the names that would probably pop up in your mind. For Dim sum lovers, you will be delighted by the taste of this restaurant. Also, you can enjoy your meal while having a seat by the window that shows the reflection of the water from the Chao Phraya River.

Activities to do

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Sooksiam floating market in ICONSIAM

1. Floating market

Once when you step into the ground floor of the ICONSIAM, there will be a floating market that can give you a glimpse of how Thai people in the past live their lives. It is called the ‘SookSiam’ zone, the street walks for you to see authentic Thai food, handcrafting product, and much other stuff.

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2. Multimedia Water Features

If you’re looking for something big, this event can definitely amaze and entertain you quite a lot. In front of the ICONSIAM, you can enjoy the dancing water fountain that reaches to the height of 400 meters tall. ‘Multimedia Water Features’ will be lighting, music, and other multimedia which scheduled are from 4.30 PM, 6.30 PM, 8.00 PM, and 9.00 PM.

3. Tasana Nakorn Terrace

In the evening, when it comes to the golden hour period you might think about winding down with the one you love or a group of friends that you want to have a chat with. ‘Tasana Nakorn Terrace’ is the outdoor dining area located on the 6th floor of ICONSIAM. It is the best idea to surround yourself with friends and stare at the beautiful view while having a good dinner.



1. Taxi

You can start to travel in the most convenient way but it might come with an expensive cost. But if you don’t focus on the price and think about getting to ICONSIAM in a short time, it might refer that a taxi is the best way for you to visit ICONSIAM.

2. BTS

If you’re sick of the traffic jam in Bangkok City, the BTS will solve that problem for you. Some tourists might buy the BTS ticket pass for easy traveling, all you need to do is to go to any BTS station or buy it online, then go to the ticket at pick-up points. And you’ll finally arrive at the ICONSIAM safely.

3. Boat

For some tourists that want to explore the new style of traveling to the ICONSIAM, the boat is the other interesting way to try. Your face will get hit by the breeze and the freshness of the river. You won’t regret traveling to the ICONSIAM by this method!


AIRPORTELs traveling revolution

This September, the AIRPORTELs counter service will be ready for travelers to store or deliver their luggage at ICONSIAM. The service will accommodate Thai and foreign travelers in ICONSIAM to travel more conveniently without carrying luggage along the department store. The service fee for luggage storage starts from 20 THB per piece. And for luggage delivery fee starts from 299 THB per piece.

Without any concerns, AIRPORTELs would secure and do our best to store and deliver every luggage with care and gentleness. Let’s try the service and experience the new style of traveling in many prime locations in Bangkok. You can find our counter at Suvarnabhumi Airport, Don Mueang Airport, Central World, Terminal21 Asok, MBK Center, and Mixt Chatuchak.

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ICONSIAM has a positive reputation in a lot of delightful ways, if you want to find a fine place to shop and relax, this is a place for you to visit. Please have a safe trip to Bangkok and enjoy your time in Thailand!

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Shopping for Cute things at Sampeng

Sampeng Market is one of the most exciting and busiest parts of Bangkok. Sampeng Market is located at Sampeng lane in Chinatown. It is a great attraction for tourists.

In addition, this place is one of the cheapest places and has many cute things available for purchase. Sampeng Market is the right place for you to get the best souvenirs for your family and friends.

Sampeng market

Then there is Sampeng Lane which is really just an extension of Sampeng Market. Although Sampeng Lane is mostly a wholesale fabrics market you can find the same items and accessories such as stickers, wigs, shoes, clothing, flashing knick-knacks, gems, jewellery, and household items. Sampeng Market was established during the erection of the capital of Rattanakosin.

When you walk around you will see a lot of old buildings with signs that have Chinese characters. This is because Sampeng has a deep historical significance with Thai and Chinese citizens. This place is well known as the oldest wholesale market in all of Bangkok. The original street of Sampeng is now officially known as Soi Wanit 1.

Sampeng market

Something for Everyone

As you know, this is one of the best places in Bangkok to buy products and find cute things at wholesale rates. Sampeng Market is a place where you can find many types of gifts, and Premium Products sold at retail & wholesale prices, especially during the festivals throughout the year such as Chinese New Year, Valentine’s Day and the Christmas Season.

Many small business owners come to Sampeng Market to buy wholesale-priced products for selling in their own shops. The price is cheap and the goods have nice designs.

What you can buy

  • Keychains – made of wood with nice designs with good quality materials. The most interesting thing is in some shops you can design your own key chains. For example, you can put the name of the person or paint it by yourself.
  • Jewellery – you will see plenty of handmade jewellery, and you can find inexpensive jewellery made from real silver, earrings, necklaces, and rings.
  • Thai Fabrics – Sampeng Market is also a wonderful place to pick out locally-produced fabrics. There are many kinds of fabric with colourful designs, the price is cheap, and the quality also good.
  • Wristwatches – you will find many wristwatch shops with tons of variety and styles of watches. The degree of quality of a wristwatch is something you should really examine while you’re at those shops.
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  • Flip flops – made with Thai rubber and also cheap, there are many kinds and colours.
  • Stationery – school supplies such as notebooks, calculators, pens, and pencils
  • Cosmetics – such as lipsticks, eyeliners, perfumes, and nail polish.
  • Snacks – Sampeng Market has lots of stalls selling different kinds of snacks. Dried fruit, spicy dried fruit, nuts, raisins, cookies, dried fish, dried squid, potato chips, taro chips, etc.
  • Phone cases – there are many nice phone cases with great designs. You will see different kinds of phone cases and different prices. However, all are low price.

But that’s not all…

This just an example of the things that you can find at Sampeng Market. You also can buy things such as dolls, toys, hair wigs, costumes, hairpins, artificial flowers, household goods, and souvenirs. The list goes on and on…

Mobile gadgets are available in this market too. If you are good at bargaining, you can buy products at a much cheaper price at Sampeng Market. Many retail shopkeepers visit this market to maintain their product stock.

If you are feeling hungry, you can try out the food stalls and restaurants. The food stalls serve a large number of mouthwatering dishes mostly of Chinese origin. A majority of stores and shops in Sampeng open 7 days a week.

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Open time

  • Day time open 7 days a week, from roughly 8.30am to 5pm

Most of the shops in this market sell goods like clothes or toys for children. The weekends are more crowded.

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  • Night time open from 02.00 AM – 06.00 AM daily except Mondays for the only retail and second-hand products.

The goods that are sold during this time are the same as during the day-time but customers often buy goods in large amounts.

How to get there

There are many ways to get to Sampeng Market. You can go by bus, taxi, rail, and express boat. But the easiest way to get to Sampeng is via the Chao Phraya Express Boat (N5 Ratchawongse or N6 Memorial Bridge/SaphanPhut) from Sathorn Pier, off Saphan Taksin BTS station.

  • MRT: Wat Mangkon Station
  • Boat: Chao Phraya Express Boat (N5 Ratchawongse or N6 Memorial Bridge/SaphanPhut)
  • Bus: No. 6, 7, 8, 40, 43, 53, 56, 73, 82, 507

Hotels nearby Sampeng Market

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If you’re planning to visit Sampeng Lane Market, there are a variety of hotels in the area that offer convenient access to the market and other nearby attractions. Here are a few options to consider:

  • Chinatown Hotel: This budget-friendly hotel is located just a few minutes’ walk from Sampeng Lane Market. It offers basic rooms with free Wi-Fi, air conditioning, and flat-screen TVs.
  • Shanghai Mansion Bangkok: This boutique hotel is situated in the heart of Chinatown, just a short walk from Sampeng Lane Market. It features stylish rooms with traditional Chinese decor, as well as a restaurant, bar, and spa.
  • Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers: This luxury hotel is located just a short drive from Sampeng Lane Market. It offers spacious rooms with river views, as well as a variety of amenities including a pool, fitness center, and multiple dining options.
  • Mandarin Oriental Bangkok: This iconic luxury hotel is located just a short distance from Sampeng Lane Market. It offers opulent rooms and suites with river views, as well as a spa, pool, and multiple restaurants and bars.

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Sampeng Lane Market is one of the most popular shopping destinations in Bangkok, Thailand. Located in the heart of Chinatown, the market offers a wide range of goods, including clothing, accessories, souvenirs, and food.

  • Location: Soi Wanit 1, Yaowarat, Samphanthawong, Bangkok 10100, Thailand
  • Open: Daily from 8am to 6pm (hours vary)
  • Admission: Free

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Let’s explore 5 Popular Shops on Yaowarat Road in Thailand

A man exploring the food valley of Yaowarat Road

For decades, travelers from all around the world have always been amazed by the variety of exotic street food in Thailand. It’s clear that wherever you go in this country, you’ll see lots of food stalls and some restaurants that will open until late at night.

In today’s article, we’re going to guide you through one of the most famous street foods in Bangkok, Thailand which is Yaowarat Road, or Thailand’s Chinatown. Let’s explore!

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The Chinatown or Yaowarat Road, Bangkok, Thailand

Background Information

‘Chinatown’ is commonly known as ‘Yaowarat Road’ for Thai people. It’s called ‘Chinatown’ because, in the past, many Chinese people moved their roots and established their families in many parts of Thailand. ‘Yaowarat Road’ counted as one of the areas where many Chinese people decided to work and live here. You can also see that many Thai people got some identity from the Chinese.

There is no doubt that many Thai people get influenced by the Chinese, especially in the food. You can see the roasting chestnuts, the succulent duck hanging from the window in front of the restaurant, and the Chinese noodles that are always in a long line.

Not only with the food, but you will also see many Chinese products such as herbal ingredients, Chinese traditional costumes, and Chinese old music.

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The easiest way to arrive at Yaowarat Road is by booking a Grab or calling for a taxi. But Bangkok’s traffic is not a joke. So, for a faster way to go, you can use the underground train service of the ‘MRT’. You can ask the staff to go to ‘Wat Mangkorn Station’, you will take a ride, and then you can just walk to the street food within 5 minutes.

Street Food

Nai Ek Roll Noodle

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Crispy pork and pork offals

Guaranteed deliciousness of their roll noodle with the Michelin Guide Bangkok 2018, Nai Ek Roll Noodle serves roll noodles and other a la carte meals. But their fame starts with the rolled noodle, which comes with a peppery soup that makes it a little bit spicy but it’s fine for those who just started eating spicy food, crispy pork, pork offals, and pork knuckle.

Operating Hours: 8:00 AM to 12:00 AM daily

Yaowarat Toasted Bun

Credit: Nai Rob Roo | People waiting for the toasted bun

For those visitors who want to try the bun that is famous among Thai people, you can visit Yaowarat Toasted Bun. They offer you a variety of flavors such as sugar butter, milk, chocolate, egg custard, chili, and Thai milk tea. If you want to order, the staff will hand you a paper with a list of flavors. Don’t be afraid that you’ll not understand, they also provide the English list of flavors for you!

Operating Hours: 5:00 PM to 12:00 AM (Tuesday to Sunday)

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Mung Korn Khao Noodle

Credit: Ryoiireview | Mung Korn Khao Noodle stall

An ordinary noodle with an extraordinary flavor of the soup and the flavor of the noodle. You can easily fall in love with the taste of this dish, they serve you red pork, minced pork, and a piece of crab. Moreover, you can also order the boiled dumpling crab or boiled dumpling shrimp with the noodle or can choose the boiled dumpling crab or boiled dumpling shrimp only.

Operating Hours: 6:15 PM to 11:45 PM daily

Sweet Time

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Sweet Time Dessert Stall on Yaowarat Road

Made with fresh milk and comes with tons of toppings. You will get freshen up from the first bite because this is the Thai local shaved ice that always helps you in the hot weather. There are many different types of desserts for you to try. And,  for Chinese travelers, you will be glad to know that Chinese toppings are also provided in this dessert stall!

Operating Hours: 5:30 PM to 1:30 AM (Tuesday to Sunday)

Nong Guy & Nong Kao Grilled Squid

Credit: Restaurant Guru | Squid parts from the stall

Another stall that always showed up with a lot of people waiting in line. This grilled squid stall will give you multiple parts of squid for you to eat. The secret of the long line is the fresh ingredients, they choose the finest squid with a very yummy seafood sauce. Many Thai people are impressed by this stall. But if you’re a foreign visitor, don’t be scared to try this one too!

Operating Hours: 5:30 PM to 1:30 PM

Yaowarat Road

At ‘Yaowarat Road’, you can get there easily by the MTR, and you will see more different types of foods and a lot of dessert stores and stalls. You’ll be surprised to see much more when you visit there yourself! All you need to do is walk around every avenue you can then you’ll explore more than you expected. Have a good vacation in Thailand!

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10 Hua-Hin Landmarks You Should Visit in 2023!

Thailand is considered one of the countries with the most beautiful beaches in the world. Many travelers love to visit the beach to get their tanned skin and swim in the sea. Not only is the beach famous in Hua-Hin but there are 10 landmarks you should be aware of on your trip to Thailand!

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Hua-Hin Sign in front of the Night Market

Hua-Hin is a district in the province of Prachuap Khiri Khan. The name means ‘head of a rock’. Hua-Hin is only around 196 kilometers away from Bangkok. It’s not far at all and you can get there quite easily. If you drive along Phra Ram II Road, it takes around 2 hours and a half or 3 hours to get to Hua-Hin. If you get there by plane, it’ll take only 45 minutes to get there.


Cicada Market

Credit: Cicada Market | The sellers are selling their product

You will see a lot of people come to this place during the nighttime, you can find plenty of handmade souvenirs and products which can be uniquely made for you. You can enjoy the weather since it is not too hot like in the daytime.

Moreover, they also provide an artistic space for you to explore, a lot of food stalls you should try, and an outdoor stage for each event to perform. And next to the Cicada Market, you will see the Tamarind Market.

Operating Hours: 4:00 PM to 11:00 PM (Only on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday)

Tamarind Market

Credit: HuaHin Town | People eating and listening to the live music

Located next to the Cicada Market, but this place is much smaller than the other one. This market is the place where you can find a variety of food stalls at a cheaper price and various seats while you can listen to the gig from the market.

If you’re in the mood for walking at night time, you would prefer this place since it’s suitable for foodies and for those who want to spend their time in the garden with the music.

Operating Hours: 5:00 PM to 11:00 PM (Only on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday)

Khao Hin Lek Fai

The view of Hua-Hin City from Khao Hin Lek Fai

When it comes to adventure time, don’t forget to put Khao Hin Lek Fai on the list! In Thai, ‘Khao’ means ‘mountain’. It is one of the most popular mountains in Hua-Hin for everyone to see the beautiful view.

The recommended time to visit is in the morning. You will see the whole of Hua-Hin City and the Gulf of Thailand from the top of the mountain. There are a lot of biodiversity sites up there, if you’re lucky enough, you might see the peacock too!

Operating Hours: 6:00 AM to 8:00 PM daily

Che Khiao Seafood Restaurant

Credit: Che Khiao Seafood | People sitting at Che Khiao Seafood Restaurant

The seafood restaurant is commonly found in Hua-Hin, but the freshest, yummiest, and sweetest service from the staff is Che Khiao Seafood Restaurant. There are a lot of menus with the best-qualified ingredients and a lot of staff to facilitate your meal.

Don’t forget to visit this seafood restaurant, the taste of the food will enchant you. Moreover, this restaurant also provides a view where you can get the breeze from the sea and take a walk by the beach.

Operating Hours: 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM daily


Vana Nava Water Jungle

People are playing and swimming in the water park

When you go abroad to other countries with kids, activities seem to be important to make your children relax and not get bored during the trip. Vana Nava is a water jungle, where you can spend a magical time with your family.

Vana Nava is not just a water jungle, they also provide you with other various activities and are suitable for every age range. For example, rock climbing, ropes and obstacle courses, and surfing.

Operating Hours: 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM daily

Drip Rim Lay

Credit: HuaHin Matter | The counter bar area of Drip Rim Lay

For those who cannot live without a sip of coffee, you can come to visit Drip Rim Lay coffee shop. It is located by the beach and is always packed with customers. The breeze of the sea and the taste of the coffee will impress you and will be stuck in your memory.

The coffee shop might not be able to provide ample space for the parking lot, but you can tell the local transportation to drop you at Drip Rim Lay right away, they know exactly where your destination is.

Operating Hours: 7:00 AM – 4:00 PM daily

Pala-U Waterfall

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When talking about nature spots that should not miss visited, Pala-U Waterfall is the one you should put on the list. This waterfall is the 11-tiered rock waterfall, located in the area of Kaeng Krachan National Park. The kids would fall in love with the breathtaking view and animals in the area.

Anyways, since it’s located in the national park. There might be dangerous wild animals while you’re walking in the park so you must strictly listen to the instructions and rules of the area. And, the best time to visit this place starts from November to April.

Operating Hours: 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM daily

The Chocolate Factory

Credit: The Chocolate Factory HuaHin | In front of The Chocolate Factory HuaHin Restaurant

As you all might be aware that chocolate can make you feel better from a rough day and will make you happy after the first bite. For the chocolate lover, you will be satisfied with their dessert and the main course from The Chocolate Factory.

They don’t only give you a bar of chocolate or a chocolate frappe. You will also find pizza, steak, and Thai A La Carte menus. For dessert, they’re milkshakes, bingsoo, and cake for you to enjoy!

Operating Hours: 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM daily

Khao Tabiep Beach

Credit: Tourism Authority of Thailand | The Buddha statue at Khao Takiep Beach

Have you ever seen the golden Buddha statue by the beach before? If not, you can visit ‘Khao Takiep Beach’. Established by the beach, you can pray and make merit at ‘Wat Khao Takiep’ or ‘Takiep Temple’. You can walk along the beach and admire the beautiful white sand.

Around this area, there’s no need to be hungry. You will see a lot of seafood stalls waiting for you to try their food. Also, the kiosk will serve you a variety of snacks such as roti and baked squid.

Operating Hours: 24 hours daily

Sam Roi Yod National Park

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The top view of the Sam Roi Yot National Park

Establish as the first ‘marine national park of Thailand’, the Sam Roi Yod National Park contains multiple species of wildlife, a natural attraction to see, and activities to do. If you plan to camp in Thailand, this place is a good match for you!

In this national park, you can explore many famous destinations — for example, Phraya Nakhon Cave, Laem Sala Beach & Campsite, and Khao Deang Viewpoint. For adventurous people, you can search for more information and plan to see this place immediately!

Operating hours: 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM daily


Hua-Hin is not just a place for relaxation, it suits many activities and any type of person you are. If you’re looking for a place where it can give you a good rest, it is! And if you’re expecting to see the adventure, you can! Take a bus to Hua-Hin, and this place will be your favorite destination to visit. Have a good time traveling in Thailand!

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