During the second lunar month (usually in January), Brahman beliefs dictate that Shiva comes down to earth for a 10-day residence and...
The main attraction at Wat Suthat is Thailand’s biggest wí·hăhn (main chapel) and the imperious yet serene 8m-high Phra Si Sakayamuni ...
The K Phanich is the most famous producer of sweet sticky rice in the city. There are no seats, but grab some rice to go, top it with a...
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This third-generation shophouse restaurant boasting just six tables is a Bangkok foodie landmark. The kitchen can be inconsistent and the service is consistently grumpy, but when they’re on, dishes like mèe gròrp (crispy fried noodles) and yam tòoa ploo (wing-bean salad) are in a class of their own.