Join me for a 4-hr walking tour of Yaowarat or Bangkok's Chinatown is one of the largest Chinatowns in the world. It's not popular only for food and drink, but Yaowarat is a destination with a long history in Bangkok for more than 200 years. We will meet at a convenient location at 14.00 PM. In front of “Jumbo Lobster Restaurant” the famous restaurant in Chinatown, visit China Town. A popular tourist attraction and a food haven. Packed with market stalls, street-side restaurants and a dense concentration of gold shops, Chinatown is an experience not to miss. Learn about neighborhood history and discover the remnants of the indigenous culture here, the Chinese folk traditions and goods. Visit "Wat Mang Korn" a historic part of Bangkok China Town and "Charoen Chai Community", visit "100 years Eea Sae Yaowarat", which has inherited the administration of coffee making and bread making from generation to generation until today. Next to “Talad Noi” one of the highlights of our Community. Walk thru, take a nice shot with Street Art and shat with the Local people. You can stop at the nice river viewpoint or separate from the group if you need to stay longer or walk together until the last point at River City. On the way, you will also see Guan Yin Shrine, View Point of Chao Praya River, Holy Rosary Church. Duration: 4 hours End at River City Bangkok
"All about China Town with Local Guide Tour" I have set up from my own experience more than 20 years' for tour guide all around Thailand. Today I plan to stay in my home town "Bangkok" to share our knowledge with all the tourist who needs to visit. For many years that the walking tour in Bangkok is very well known, but how can walk with filling chill, what can eat, where can shop as local...Join me today I will show you!
Kanom Pia. Chinese Dessert made with flour, such as bean paste filling, stirring hatching, Durian stirring filling, the…
Orginal Thai-Chinese Coffe in the nearly 100 years old coffee shop.
Yaowarat or Chinatown is one of the oldest areas of Bangkok. It is the result of the resettlement of Chinese on the west bank of Chao Phraya River after King Rama I moved the capital of the kingdom from Thonburi to Rattanakosin. From there Chinese traders operated maritime junk trade between (Siam) and China throughout the Rattanakosin period. By the end of 1891, King Rama V had ordered the construction of many roads, including Yaowarat Road.
The Guest should be 15 Minutes at the meeting before the meeting time
All about China Town with Local Guide