San Jao Sien Khong
Opposite the River View Guesthouse, San Jao Sien Khong is one of the city’s oldest Chinese shrines, and is guarded by a playful rooftop...
Yok Yor Restaurant
This long-running floating restaurant on the Thonburi side of the river also runs a daily dinner cruise, as well as several boats that...
Holy Rosary Church
Portuguese seafarers were among the first Europeans to establish diplomatic ties with Siam, and their influence in the kingdom was...
Can't afford the drinks at Bangkok's upscale rooftop bars? The excellent river views from the top of this guesthouse will hardly feel...
Combining Japanese and Thai dishes, Belgian beers and a retro/artsy atmosphere, Samsara is easily Chinatown's most eclectic place to...
Talat Noi information
This microcosm of soi life is named after a small (nóy) market (đà·làht ) that sets up between Soi 22 and Soi 20, off Th Charoen Krung. Wandering here you’ll find streamlike soi turning in on themselves, weaving through people’s living rooms, noodle shops and grease-stained machine shops. Opposite the River View Guesthouse, San Jao Sien Khong is one of the city’s oldest Chinese shrines, and is guarded by a playful rooftop terracotta dragon; it’s one of the best places to come during the yearly Vegetarian Festival.