Th Bamrung Meuang Religious Shops
The stretch of Th Bamrung Meuang (one of Bangkok’s oldest streets and originally an elephant path leading to the Grand Palace) from Th...
This temple was built for Rama III (King Phranangklao; r 1824-51) in the 1840s, and its design is said to derive from metal temples...
Even if you're wát-ed out, you should tackle the brisk ascent to the Golden Mount. Serpentine steps wind through an artificial hill...
You wouldn’t think so by looking at her bare-bones dining room, but Jay Fai is known far and wide for serving Bangkok’s most expensive...
313 Th Mahachai · interesting places nearby
Thip Samai information
Brace yourself – you should be aware that the fried noodles sold from carts along Th Khao San have little to do with the dish known as pàt tai. Luckily, less than a five-minute túk-túk ride away lies Thip Samai, home to some of the most legendary fried noodles in town.
Note that Thip Samai is closed on alternate Wednesdays.