Heading downtown via the RiverTaxis on the Chao Phraya River is one of my most favourite ways to travel in Bangkok. It’s even better when the sun is setting too.
Unfortunately that meant by the time we got off at Pier 15 and meandered our way through the side streets into the heart of Chinatown, most of the hustle and bustle of street stalls and tiny shops had closed up for the night.
There was still plenty of action on offer though, as we made our way up and down various streets exploring nooks and crannies, snapping a variety of pictures to document our first visit to Chinatown. The photos speak for themselves.
Dinner was just divine, in a little corner place just off one of the main roads – (don’t ask me to find it again on my own though!). Eating on the street is a must – the food is delicious and it’s pretty safe as long as you can see it being cooked and it’s HOT when it’s served to you. And you won’t believe the prices! 3 adults and 2 children ate loads for about the same price as having a pizza delivered for two people!! Just check out these prawns – they were just as delicious as they look!