San Jao Sien Khong
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...
Wat Patumkongka Rachaworawiharn
A riverside Buddhist temple in Bangkok's Chinatown.
An arch in Bangkok's Chinatown neighbourhood.
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Combining Japanese and Thai dishes, Belgian beers and an artfully ramshackle atmosphere, Samsara is easily Chinatown's most eclectic...
off Soi Charoen Phanit · interesting places nearby
San Jao Sien Khong information
This is one of the city’s oldest Chinese shrines, and is guarded by a playful rooftop terracotta dragon; it’s also one of the best places to come during the yearly Vegetarian Festival. It's below the River View Guesthouse.