• HOME
  • THE HERITAGE
  • ROOMS
  • OFFERS
  • PHOTOS
  • EXHIBITIONS
  • LOCATION
  • NEIGHBORHOOD
  • CONTACT US
  • Mangkon Kamalawat Temple

    Considered the most sacred and popular Chinese temple in Bangkok, Wat Mangkon Kamalawat, previously known as Wat Leng Noei Yi, is the largest and most important Chinese Buddhist tem-ple in Bangkok, Thailand.


  • Wat Traimit

    Located at the edge of Chinatown, this historic temple features the world's biggest seated golden Buddha. Stand in all its glory and be amazed.


  • Little India (Phahurat Road)

    There's nothing little about this Little India. Packed with restaurants, spices, and fabrics, you'll discover what the Indian community brought to Bangkok 200 years ago.


  • Sampeng Lane market

    One of Bangkok's largest and cheapest destinations to purchase wholesale fabrics and custom jewelry, it is a hidden gem and not known to many tourists.


  • Pak Klong Talad (Bangkok Flower Market)

    The biggest wholesale and retail fresh flower market in Bangkok. Visit at 9 pm to see the market bloom with traders.


  • Trok Issaranuphap

    This narrow alleyway contains a wonderful wet market and just about every type of food one can imagine in Chinatown.


  • The Old Siam Plaza

    A true hidden treasure of Thai culture in Bangkok. This old Bangkok-style shopping centre has numerous shops selling guns, jewelry, Thai handicrafts, as well as Thai food, sweets and snacks.


  • Suan Rommaninat Park

    What used to be a prison in Bangkok is now a tourist attraction. Surrounded by lush green, and avid morning / night time joggers, Suan Rommaninat is a destination for a stroll or a jog.


  • Wat Suthat and The Giant Swing

    One of the oldest and most impressive temples in Bangkok, it features an elegant chapel with a sweeping roof, magnificent wall murals and exquisite hand-carved teakwood door panels.


  • Temple of the Emerald Buddha

    Regarded as the most sacred Buddhist temple in Thailand. The Emerald Buddha housed in the temple is a potent religious-political symbol and the palladium of Thai society.


  • Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn)

    One of Bangkok's most recognizable landmarks, Wat Arun is a Buddhist temple in Bangkok Yai district on the Thonburi west bank of the Chao Phraya River.


  • Wat Saket (Golden Mount)

    Best known for its 80 meter high golden top called Golden Mount, Wat Saket dates back to the Ayutthaya era, when it was simply known as Wat Sakae.


  • Loha Prasat Metal Castle

    In this temple is one of the most unique temple structures in Bangkok. It has 37 Metal Spires, symbolizing the 37 Virtues towards Enlightenment.


  • Bangkok National Museum

    The Bangkok National Museum is the main branch museum of the National Museums in Thai-land, and also the largest museum in Southeast Asia. It features exhibits of Thai art and history.


  • Nitas Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall

    Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall is an interactive self learning centre with state-of-the-art multimedia technologies giving information on history, arts and culture of the Rattanakosin era (since 1782).


  • Ratchadamnoen Avenue

    Inspired by the Champs-Élysées and other European boulevards, the King used the road as a route for grand royal parades (Ratchadamnoen literally means "royal procession"), which served to project images of a modern monarchy.


  • Kway Chap Nai Ek ก๋วยจั๊บนายเอ็ก
    (Street Vendor)

    Some of the best Chinese and Thai noodles in town. Try the stewed pork, stewed duck and the braised pork ribs!


  • Yoawarat Toasted Bread ขนมปังเจ้าอร่อยเด็ดเยาวราช
    (Street Vendor)

    Delicious buttery toast topped with strawberries, pineapples, and everything else you can think of.


  • T&K Seafood (ต๋อย&คิด)
    (Street Vendor)

    Well known in Chinatown for serving fresh and cheap seafood for years.


  • Mung Korn Khao Noodle
    (Street vendor)

    The place to go for Hong Kong style thin egg noodles. Avoid the line and get there early.


  • Nai Mong Hoi Thod
    (Street vendor)

    Hoy thod (also sometimes spelled hoi tod) is a Thai style oyster or shellfish omelet. And Nai Mong is the place to try it.


  • Khao Gaeng Jake Puey ข้าวแกงเจ๊กปุ้ย (เจ๊เฉีย)
    (Street vendor)

    Where locals go for Thai curry. Look for it on the sidewalk. You won't miss it.


  • Lao Tang Stewed Goose เล่าตั๊ง ห่านพะโล้
    (Street vendor)

    Order the stewed goose that took 40 years to perfect.


  • Chubgung Noodles บะหมี่จับกัง
    (Street vendor)

    Delicious pork and vegetable noodles. Portions are big so come with an appetite.


  • Tang Jai Yoo Restaurant ภัตตาคารตั้งใจอยู่

    One of the more unforgettable Chinese meals in Chinatown. The stir fry kang kong is a must!


  • ยิ้ม ยิ้ม ภัตตาคาร Yim Yim

    One of the oldest Chinese restaurants in Bangkok. And also one of the best. The Chinese style sashimi is to die for.


  • Grand Palace

    The Grand Palace is a complex of buildings at the heart of Bangkok, Thailand. The palace has been the official residence of the Kings of Siam since 1782.


  • Sala Chalermkrung Royal Theatre

    Considered to be the first theatre in Bangkok, Sala Chalermkrung was established in 1933 and was called "Glory of Thailand". Today it's visited by many for its unique history and allure.


  • Wat Pho (Temple of Reclining Buddha)

    Famously known as the home to Bangkok's largest reclining Buddha statue, Wat Pho is also home to Thailand's first Thai massage school and the country's earliest centre for public educa-tion, as well as where locals go for Thai medicine.


  • Kitchen Kam-Lung Hongkong

    Warning: Kitchen Kam-Lung may be a small Cantonese restaurant, but it's big in taste.


  • Hua Seng Hong Restaurant

    Hua Seng Hong is where locals go for dim sum and then some.


  • Royal India Restaurant

    A fine option for authentic Indian fare in an air-conditioned room in Little India.


  • Siang Ping Loh Chinese Restaurant

    Located on the 8th floor of the Grand China Princess Hotel, Siang Ping Loh has a reputation for being some of the most consistent and satisfying restaurants in Chinatown.


  • Double Dogs Tea Room

    A welcome distraction from the frenetic pace of the life outside. Be sure to go in for some tea to catch a breath.


  • The Canton House

    Locals flock here for the tasty dim sum, and for good reason. Come by and see what all the fuss is about.


  • On Lok Yun

    An 80-year-old institution in Bangkok which specializes in serving traditional breakfast.


  • Thai Sweets at The Old Siam Plaza

    The best place to visit for Thai sweets. Go for the samples!