Let the Boy Die

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This is a tiny bar in Chinatown, with a makeshift look about it, especially once you face the actual bar. It is located in a shophouse with red brick walls. The atmosphere is intimate, cozy and homely. There are a … Continued

Hong Kong Noodle

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If you go to Chinatown the Leng Buay Lea market should be on your list of places to check out. The market is located in the narrow Yaowarat Soi 6, also known as Soi Itsaranuphap. The shops and stalls have … Continued

On Lok Yun

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Yaowarat, or Chinatown, is probably the only place in Bangkok that is central and still can take you back in time… some 50 years or so. There are hardly any shopping malls there (yet) nor high rise buildings designed in … Continued