Bangkok's Chinatown is one of the most authentic and original spots in Bangkok, when I was quite young, Yaowarat is one of my favorite areas for strolling. There are a lot of tiny lanes and narrow alleyways which have its own charming for exploration. Moreover, Yaowarat road at night time, with abundance of tasty food stalls and restaurants opening up and electric neon lights shining the air until the wee hours.
at your hotel
Pick up tourists wherever you are in Bangkok
"Taladnoi" established longer than 200 years which is the perfect place to have a look Chinese ways of life in Bangkok. One of the off-the-beaten paths and it’s perfect for walking by foot. The neighborhood of Taladnoi is home to several historic buildings, temples, charming Thai-Chinese shops, houses and old-time alleyways.
Chinatown in Bangkok is one of the biggest Chinatowns in the world. Historically speaking, Bangkok Chinatown is a community of Chinese immigrants who used to live around the Rattanakosin island. Along this area, it is regarded as the food lover’s paradise because of its various kinds of local cuisines waiting for you to taste.
back at your hotel in BKK
at your hotel
- Guiding Fee
- Some Thai-Chinese Local Desserts for tasting
- A bottle of Drinking Water or A bottle of Softdrink
- Wet Tissues
- Transportation Fares
- Foods & Beverages
I am based in Bangkok but will be happily to arrange your tour to every part of Thailand.
According to this tour, we entirely use the Public Transportations back and forth the whole trip. If you specifically need a private car, please let me know in advance.