Nightlife in Bangkok can be about clubbing and shopping, but it can also be about exploring the world of street food as well. You may call this a matter of quenching your hunger with something there outside, but believe it or not- you are about to have an amazing culinary exploration!
Chinatown – the birthplace of Thai street food
Chinatown always has been the prime foodie destination in Thailand. During your holiday at Avani Riverside Bangkok do not forget to have an evening walk to this area where it is filled with exciting pieces of food such as satay meat threaded on bamboo sticks, Thai-style sukiyaki and many more.
Bangkok’s old town – Banglamphu
If you want to taste some old-style Thail street food for a change, then this is the place. You can be staying at a riverside hotel in Bangkok, but skipping your buffet dinner to have your tummies filled with street food from Banglamphu. It will be all worth it because it’s not about the food, but also about the interesting stories of the vendors who have been there for ages.
Sukhumvit – the upscale town
You find all types of upscale sushi bars and restaurants at Sukhumvit. This town has Isaan food in it which comes all the way from the northeastern parts of Thailand to satisfy the taste buds of visitors from all around the world.
Silom and Sathorn roads
Yes, these are considered business towns but, you find some good street food as well. You may find shops and stalls with Chinese origins and also other local origins during your walk in these streets, and the best thing is the food is cheaper than you expect it to be!
Filled with wanderlust that seeks to explore distant shores and captivated by the colors and vibrancy of exotic cultures, Kanya Mae writes on the beautiful, exciting, and enchanting wonders of the world. She is a writer who not only has a passion for travel, but also has a background in fashion, art and media. Google+