This spindly red arch – a symbol of Bangkok – formerly hosted a Brahman festival in honour of Shiva, in which participants would swing...
Other than being just plain huge and impressive, Wat Suthat also holds the highest royal temple grade. Inside the wí·hăhn (sanctuary...
Phra Nakorn Bar & Gallery
Located an ambivalent arm’s length from the hype of Th Khao San, Phra Nakorn Bar & Gallery is a home away from hovel for students...
Poj Spa Kar
Pronounced pôht sà·pah kahn, this is allegedly the oldest restaurant in Bangkok, and it continues to maintain recipes handed down from...
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Chote Chitr information
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 tòo·a ploo (wing-bean salad) are in a class of their own.