The title says it all. This post is about FOOD!!!!
Bangkok is indeed heaven for foodies like me. The food is very cheap and it also quite accessible. Outside of the numerous restaurants in the city, I loved the street food in Bangkok. There are alot of vendors during the day, but more come out at night to line up the night markets.
Major streets in Bangkok are liked with several stalls of food vendors, and there are streets dedicated solely to food. Without further ado, I will dive right into the post. Here are the places I ate during my visit to Bangkok:
Chao Praya River
I hopped on a river boat in Bangkok which took me across the Chao Praya River, and stopped at a market. The market had several stalls of food and a shed which offered food from different vendors. I ordered seafood and Pho which were both cheap and delicious.
I would recommend taking a river boat by the Chao Praya river in Bangkok but tourists beware. You can get on a boat on the bank of the river as there are several boats to rent. Make sure you haggle for a decent price.
Shrimp and crab at the Chao Praya river market
Long Table Bar and Restaurant
Long Table is a Thai fusion restaurant located in Sukhumvit. The food has amazing presentation but it is a little pricey. It is located on the 25th floor of the column tower so I will advise eating at the balcony because of the views.
Khao San Road
Khao san road is famously known as Bangkok’s backpacker street because there are a ton of hostels on this street. Apart from hostels, there are also a ton of street food vendors who offer a variety of snacks and meals. I had a nutella crepe here, and I also had rice and a fruit cup. I went to Khao San Road quite frequently when I stayed in Bangkok because I could not get enough. Khao san road is also great for getting massages for cheap.
Victory monument apparently has one of the best noodles in town. Just like everywhere else in Bangkok, there are street food vendors lining various stalls in victory mo monument but I tried the noodles and oh my!
The noodles are so delicious. There is a food court in victory monument by the bridge where several vendors sell noodles at restaurants. They come in small or large size but in order to be full, more than one bowl has to be consumed. I consumed 2 large bowls. The noodles were that delicious.
Victory monument noodles definitely should not be missed in Bangkok
Night Markets and Major Streets in Bangkok
The food items below are featured from some night markets and major streets in Bangkok. I did a lot of walking and tuk tuking (is that a word lol) in Bangkok so I stumbled on a lot of places. I do not remember the names of exact places below but Sukhumvit and Chinatown are part of the pictured foodie spots below. Bangkok is probably one of the places I have visited with a wealth of street food so it is definitely not difficult to find finger foods or meals at any time of the day
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