Chinatown Bangkok Food Guide: 10 Best Eateries for Amazing Street Food

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Chinatown Bangkok food is in a class of its own. It is home to some of the best street food that Thailand has to offer. 

What makes Chinatown Bangkok so special? Its authenticity. 

It is one of the world’s largest and most authentic Chinese communities outside of China. It is also one of Bangkok’s busiest and liveliest districts in Thailand’s capital.

Known to locals as “Yaowarat,” Chinatown Bangkok goes way beyond a tourist attraction. It is a working Chinatown with two distinct atmospheres: the Chinatown Bangkok market by day and a massive open-air food market by night.

So with tons of delicious food to choose from, the question quickly became – how do you find the best local food specialties in one of the busiest districts of Bangkok?

After taking many food tours in Bangkok and visiting the city several times, we had our fair share of street food in Chinatown.

And our experience is your gain! Use this comprehensive guide to the best Chinatown Bangkok food.

Buckle up and get ready for the culinary adventure of a lifetime!

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Chinatown Bangkok – A Sensory Experience

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Grilling seafood on the streets of Bangkok

Bangkok’s Chinatown is vibrant and engages all of your senses. During the day, Chinatown is bustling with stores, shophouses, and street vendors. You’ll see vendors selling produce, Thai desserts, fruits, and juices. 

Many stores and shophouses loudly display their wares – everything from gold to clothing to Chinese medicinal products.

Then, at night, the energy in Chinatown in Bangkok is practically pulsating. Street food vendors come out to light up Chinatown’s sidewalks and dark alleys. 

Hundreds of food stalls tempt and invite you with delicious aromas from their cooking pans. Sizzling woks, chopping boards, and the sights of cooking flames will compete for your attention.

The Chinatown Bangkok food variety is truly astonishing. From classic dishes like Pad Thai and dumplings to unique specialties like soy sauce ice cream, squid, crab claws are more, the choices are endless.

AUTHENTIC FOOD QUEST TIP: The best way to navigate Bangkok Chinatown is on a food tour with a local guide. We recommend Bangkok Backstreet with A Chef’s Tour, and you can also see more options in our in-depth guide to the best Bangkok food tours.

Where To Stay in Chinatown Bangkok

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Our travel priority is always proximity to authentic eats. That is especially true when there are so many fantastic options for street food in Chinatown Bangkok.

For unique accommodations close to the food scene in Chinatown, book your stay at any one of these gems.

Shanghai Mansion – Boutique Hotel in Chinatown Bangkok

Shanghai Mansion, one of Chinatown’s best boutique hotels, is located in the heart of the culinary scene. Every evening, look for countless street stalls and savor the delicious flavors all around. 

The hotel’s decor evokes the charm of Shanghai in the 1930s, and the opulent attention to detail is remarkable. The restaurant Red Rose is worth checking out.

Check prices and click to book your stay at Shanghai Mansion

ASAI Bangkok Chinatown – Modern Hotel

You’ll find ASAI Bangkok Chinatown within a short walking distance of Yaowarat street food market. This late-night market begins opening its stalls around 7:00 pm and has everything from casual snacks to traditional Thai desserts. 

This lifestyle hotel has modern furnishings with a style that is both elevated and true to place. Note that it’s located in a busy area – perfect for those seeking an exciting atmosphere. 

Check prices and click to book your stay at ASAI Bangkok Chinatown.

The Unforgotten B&B – Charming B&B

For a quieter location that is still within walking distance of bustling Bangkok Chinatown, consider this elegant B&B. 

Here, you’ll find homey comforts, including a shared lounge and relaxing garden area. Don’t miss the daily breakfast 

Check prices and click to book your stay at The Unforgotten B&B

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Top 10 Best Places to Eat Chinatown Bangkok Food

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There are lots of eateries and street food vendors in Chinatown Bangkok

After meandering through small and narrow alleys in Chinatown Bangkok on our own and on food tours, we’ve compiled our favorite authentic eats.

It’s impossible to cover all eateries and local foods to try on Yaowarat Road. However, if you can sample many of these local food recommendations, you’ll have a full taste of the diversity in Bangkok Chinatown.

1. Best Curry in Chinatown at Jek Pui Curry

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The famous Jek Pui street food curry simmering in large pots

Khao Gaeng Jake Puey Curry (Jek Pui Curry) is a large food stall located on the sidewalk of a busy street. 

Though it is an unlikely location for a food stall, the curry simmering in large pots and art deco background makes it quite intriguing.

It’s also very popular with locals, especially office workers at the end of the day.

One of the first things you will notice is that there are no tables at Jek Pui Curry because of the lack of room and the popularity of the place. 

Once you place your order, you simply pull up a little plastic chair on the sidewalk and wait for your order to come. 

With no tables, you eat your meal holding your plate in your hands. This family-owned 70+ year establishment is well worth the experience. 

Get ready to be tempted by the pork or chicken yellow curry. We couldn’t pick one, so we tried both! Our delicious curries and rice were very flavorful and not too spicy.

This is one of our favorite street foods in Bangkok Chinatown.

Where To Eat the Best Curry in Chinatown Bangkok

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Eating on the sidewalk at Jek Pui curry in Bangkok Chinatown

Khao Gaeng Jake Puey Curry 

Address: 427 Mangkon Rd, Bangkok.

Hours: OpenTues – Sun, 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Closed on Monday.

AUTHENTIC FOOD QUEST TIP: On your way to Jek Pui Curry, don’t miss out on stopping at Wat Mangkon Kamalawat temple. It is the most important Chinese Buddhist temple in Bangkok. Known in Chinese as Wat Leng Nui Yee, it is the center of festivities for important events such as Chinese New Year and the Chinese Vegetarian Festival. Get all the details as part of a Chinatown walking tour. 

2. Delicious Thai Oyster Omelet at Nai Mong Hoi Thod 

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Delicious Thai Oyster Omelet with chili sauce

Nai Mong Hoi Thod is famous for its crispy Thai oyster omelet. This Thai oyster omelet is also known as Hoy Tod. 

It is a dish of Chinese origin and was brought to Thailand by Chinese immigrants. The recipe has been revisited “the Thai way.” 

At Nai Mong Hoi Thod, a shophouse-style restaurant, they specialize in only this dish.

This omelet is made with either oysters or mussels. It is served with a sweet chili sauce on the side. 

We had the oyster version, which we found crispy and full of flavor.  The oysters were surprisingly fresh and very tasty. Though be warned, it is a little greasy.

Nai Mong Hoi Thod is very popular with locals and visitors to Thailand. It was the recipient of a 2023 Bib Gourmand distinction by Michelin for exceptional food at a moderate price point. 

This is a highly recommended stop as a way to immerse yourself in the local Thai-Chinese culture through food. 

Where To Eat the Best Thai Omelet in Bangkok

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Sizzling Thai oyster omette at Nai Mong Hoi Thod

Nai Mong Hoi Thod 

Address: 539 Phlap Phla Chai Road, Bangkok.

Hours: Open Wed – Monday, 11:30 am to 9:30 pm. Closed on Tuesday.

READ MORE:  7 of The Best Bangkok Food Markets That Will Make You Salivate

3. Chinese Noodles & Dumplings at Mung Korn Khao Noodles 

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Deliciously flavorful egg noodle soup

No tour of Chinatown would be complete without a stop for Chinese noodles and dumplings. 

We stopped at a small noodle shop right off one of the alleys, popular for selling freshly made noodles and dumplings.

If we had not been on a food tour, we would not have known about the popularity of the place. 

Here, we had egg noodles and pork soup, and we also shared a side of pork and shrimp dumplings.

The soup was deliciously flavorful, and the pork was tender and not fatty. The noodles used were thin and cooked to perfection.

Be sure not to miss the pork and shrimp dumplings. They are delicious and packed with flavor.

In my humble opinion, this is one of the best food stops for Thai food with Chinese heritage in Chinatown.

Where to Eat The Best Egg Noodle Soup in Chinatown Bangkok

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Making homemade noodles and soups

Mung Korn Khao Noodle

Address: 395 Yaowarat Rd, Bangkok.

Hours: Open daily, 6:00 pm – late night

4. Incredible Crab Noodles Soup at Odean 

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Filling crab noodle soups at Odean

Odean restaurant is one of those unmissable local stops in Chinatown Bangkok; it’s a no-frills crab noodle shop located not too far from one of the entrances to Chinatown. 

You’ll find it on an unusually quiet street, offering a reprieve from the bustle of the city.

The main draws to Odean are the crab claws, the egg noodles, and the broth. We had heard about the restaurant from locals on an earlier trip to Bangkok and were excited to finally try it!

The menu is available in both Thai and English, and the air-conditioned dining room makes for a comfortable experience.  

We tried two different crab noodle dishes – one with noodles, wontons, and crab in a broth and another with just crab, noodles, and broth.

The noodles were perfectly cooked and with a great bounce. The restaurant is known for making its own egg noodles, and the quality is incredible. 

The wontons were plump, and the broth very flavorful. With each bite, the sweet and succulent crab meat enriches the experience. 

If you are hungry, note that you can order the size of the crab claw you want. To wash down your meal, try their specialty juices like lemongrass, roselle, or bael fruit juice. 

Where To Eat the Best Crab Noodles Soup

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A welcome reprieve from the bustling streets of Bangkok Chinatown


Address: 724-726 Charoen Krung Rd, Chinatown (near Wat Traimit)

Hours: Open daily, 9:00 am – 9:00 pm 

5. Fried Noodles at Ann Guay Tiew Kua Gai 

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Fried noodles guay tiew kua gai

We discovered this Bangkok Chinatown culinary gem on a Bangkok street food tour.

The guide led us through an obscure back alley and side street north of Chinatown, where fresh noodles were sizzling in large pans. 

It was fun and quite a show watching the skillful cooks tossing the noodles and playing with fire.

We walked into the back of an eatery called Ann Guay Tiew Kua Gai and ordered two versions of the main fried noodle dish we had just seen cooking outside.

We had a roast chicken and egg noodle dish called Guay Tiew Kua Gai. And we also tried an interesting roast chicken-ham squid noodle dish. 

Both dishes were heavenly, though slightly greasy. The noodles are sticky and crispy at the same time. And the greasy flavors are enhanced by pieces of chicken and a runny egg. 

This street food vendor in Chinatown Bangkok, is another recent recipient of the Michelin Bib award. This is one of the popular restaurants in Chinatown Bangkok worth seeking out.

Where To Eat the Best Fried Noodles in Bangkok

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Cooking fried noodle in the back alley of Bangkok

Ann Guay Tiew Kua Gai

Address: 419 Luang Road, Wat Dhebsirin, Bangkok

Hours: Open daily,  2:00 pm – 11:00 pm

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6. Lightly Fried Fish Cakes on Mangkon Road 

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Fresh fried fish cakes

One of our favorite Chinatown Bangkok food experiences was at a roadside street stall selling fish cakes. 

Fish cakes are a common street food in Bangkok, consisting of seasoned, fried fish. In other words, there’s not much better.

We tried fish cakes made from fresh king mackerel that were simply outstanding. Lightly fried with a touch of spice, we devoured them. 

This roadside vendor in Yaowarat Chinatown is popular with locals, and we were lucky to have been introduced to her by locals. 

Don’t miss these fish cakes while exploring the delicious Chinatown Bangkok food.

Where To Eat the Best Fishcakes in Chinatown Bangkok

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Chinatown Bangkok street food vendors

Across Khao Gaeng Jake Puey Curry 

Address: 427 Mangkon Rd, Bangkok.

Hours: Open daily 0 4:00 pm to 10:00 pm 

7. Seafood and Tom Yum at T&K Seafood 

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Tom Yum soup is a must try

We were introduced to this spot by a Chef’s Tour as one of the best spots to sample fresh seafood and the Thai specialty, tom yum soup. 

This location is exceptionally busy, with indoor and outdoor seating available. So if you stop by, get ready for a little bit of chaos. 

Still, if you’re looking for some authentic eats without the frills, this is the stop for you. 

For seafood, try the grilled squid, shrimp fried rice, and fresh crab. And don’t forget to try their tom yum soup – it’s one of the most authentic (and delicious) varieties you can find.

Where To Eat the Best Tom Yum Soup in Chinatown Bangkok

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T&K Seafood is a very frequented restaurant – Photo credit: T&K Seafood Restaurant on Facebook

T & K Seafood

Address: 49, 51 Phadung Dao Road, Samphanthawong, Bangkok

Hours: Open daily,  4:00 pm – 12:00 am

If this location is too crowded, there’s another popular spot for seafood just across the street. Lek & Rut Seafood does fresh seafood right with deep-fried seafood patties, grilled shrimp, and more. 

Lek & Rut Seafood

Address: Phadung Dao Rd, Samphanthawong, Bangkok

Hours: Open daily, 5:30 pm – 2:00 am 

8. Roasted Duck in Chinatown Bangkok Food Market 

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Roasted duck with egg noodles

We meandered through small and narrow alleys, making our way through Itsara Nuthap Alley on Soi 6, one of the Bangkok food markets within Yaowarat. 

This food market is actually a day market, so consider it for an exciting lunch experience.   

As you navigate your way around Chinatown Bangkok Market, your nose will be assaulted by a variety of interesting aromas. 

From durian at corner stalls to flowery scents of Chinese teas to ducks hanging upside down like prized trophies.

This area within the day market is the spot to try roasted duck. The duck is stuffed with lemongrass and served with homemade egg noodles.

We were blown away by the flavors. The roasted duck delivered on all fronts. 

The skin was tasty and crispy, and the lemon grass flavors deliciously seeped through the tender duck breast.  This is easily one of the best Chinatown Bangkok food options. 

Where To Eat the Best-Roasted Duck in Chinatown Bangkok

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Chinatown food vendor with ducks hanging upside down like prized trophies!

Roasted Duck Stall

Address: Itsara Nuthap Alley on Soi 6

Hours: Open daily, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

9. Taste Durian in Chinatown Bangkok 

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Market stall dedicated to the famous Durian fruit

Chinatown Bangkok is the perfect place to try durian – a controversial fruit known as the “smelliest fruit in the world.”

While walking around, we noticed two different varieties of durian – Monthong and Kanyoa. Not knowing the difference but curious about the taste, we approached a popular stall and friendly vendor.

In our discussion, we learned that the month of March is the best month for the Monthong variety of durian. While April is the best month for Kanyoa.

We bought the two varieties and sat down to taste durian for the first time.

While we both had different opinions of the taste of durian, we both preferred the Monthong variety. Surprisingly creamy, the texture was quite soft and smooth. The aroma was not pronounced for either of the varieties.

Eating durian is an experience that you must indulge in on your travels to Asia. It is an acquired taste and one that you can grow to love. 

Prices for durian will vary based on the variety you choose but note that it tends to be one of the more expensive Bangkok food offerings.  

The sweet and creamy Monthong variety is actually grown for export to countries like the U.S. If you are curious about the taste of durian taste, you can order freeze-dried Monthong durian from Amazon.

Where To Taste Durian in Chinatown Bangkok

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Chinatown or Yaowarat market alley

Itsara Alley

Address: Itsara Nuthap Alley on Soi 6

Hours: Open daily, 10:00 am – 5:30 pm

RELATED: What Does Durian Taste Like? How To Appreciate It Despite Its Smell

10. Black Sesame Dumpling And Other Thai Desserts

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Black sesame dumplings in warm ginger soup

Chinatown Bangkok food goes beyond savory – desserts are also a must-try. 

There are popular dessert stalls across from the Shanghai Mansion Hotel, where you can try hot desserts and sweet treats. 

What we enjoyed about the dessert choices in Bangkok Chinatown is that they are not the typical desserts commonly available.

The black sesame dumpling in ginger was my favorite. This hot dish was served in ginger syrup. And the dumplings were soft, chewy, and filled with a sweet black sesame paste. 

Besides being surprisingly delicious, this dessert is popular at festivals and events.

Rather than the popular mango sticky rice dessert, choose the green mango with a spicy chili sauce. 

This simple dessert is made up of slices of green mango with a spicy chili dipping sauce. As unexpected as that might sound, the flavors complement each other for a delicious sourness.

Bird’s nest is a Chinese delicacy believed to have a number of health benefits. As a dessert, you’ll find a Ginkgo bird nest version. The one we tried was served with ice.

While it was tasty, it lacked flavor as compared to the black sesame dumpling or the spicy chili sauce with the green mangoes. Nonetheless, it’s a local dessert of Chinese origin worth trying.

Where To Eat the Best Thai Desserts in Chinatown Bangkok

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Street desserts vendor in Chinatown Bangkok

Dessert Stalls Across From The Shanghai Mansion Hotel

Address: 526 Yaowaraj Rd, Samphanthawong, Bangkok

Hours: Open daily, 4:00 pm – 11:00 pm

RELATED: The 22 Most Delightful Popular Thai Desserts to Indulge On

Frequently Asked Questions

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Rosemary and Claire eating street food in Chinatown on a Bangkok food tour

What is Bangkok’s Chinatown famous for?

Chinatown Bangkok is famous for being one of the largest Chinese communities outside of China.  As part of its retention of Chinese heritage, the streets are full of historic Chinese temples and buildings, as well as plenty of markets and world-class street food. 

What should I buy in Bangkok Chinatown?

If you are visiting Bangkok, street food is a must-try. There are so many surprisingly delicious dishes, including Thai curries, fish balls, and black sesame dumplings. 

Beyond the incredible food, there are plenty of fun novelty items, jewelry, and souvenirs for you to purchase in China town.

Is Chinatown Bangkok worth visiting? 

Yes! Chinatown Bangkok is definitely worth visiting for the food alone; it’s an incredibly immersive experience and a treat for all of the senses. 

What is the price of street food in Chinatown?

Street food prices range depending on the dish. For example, expect to pay around 40/50 bahts (about $1.20 – $1.50 USD) for noodle soups, street foods, and simple desserts. For more expensive seafood dishes like crab or lobster, be prepared to pay upwards of 400 Thai baht (about $12 USD).

Regardless of the varying prices, food is generally very affordable in Chinatown Bangkok. 

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In Summary

Chinatown is one of Bangkok’s most vibrant districts, and it is not to be missed on your travels to Bangkok.

It is a great location to see the different market vendors and day-to-day activities, as well as the temples and rich Chinese heritage and culture.

The best time to visit Chinatown Bangkok is in the late afternoon when you can experience the two atmospheres of the district. Chinatown shops by day and the vibrant street-side cuisines by night. 

If you are planning a trip to Thailand, be sure to explore Chinatown Bangkok food and the surrounding market.

Have you been to Thailand and eaten Chinatown Bangkok food? Please let us know your experience in the comments below.

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53 Comments on “Chinatown Bangkok Food Guide: 10 Best Eateries for Amazing Street Food”

  1. Certainly one of Bangkok’s most vibrant neighborhoods, Chinatown throbs and bustles, and is one of the city’s best locations for walking, due to its narrow lanes, lack of traffic, and charming old shophouses and active street side community. Food is also great here as you said in your post.

  2. I would love to go there someday just for the food. Everything looks so amazing. These are such great photos! I really hope I’ll be able to visit someday.

  3. This was such a great travelogue for China’s Bangkok. I am going to give the link to my friends who will be visiting there soon. My mouth was watering as I read all the descriptions of the delicious food there.

  4. I’ll have to share this with my friend who hopes to go to Bangkok later this year. She loves trying new-to-her foods and always wants to know where the best places to eat are.

  5. As China has so vast history and also the food has many great variety especially what you’ve feature here. When I was in Macau, China I always eat their fried duck and it’s so good that I keep coming back for it.

  6. It’s great to know where to have good street food in Bangkok. I love that you shared this information when I hear of a friend traveling here I am going to send them your way for tips in this post!

  7. I would definitely take the guided tour and try all the delicious food. The curry looks amazing and all the food pics are making me hungry. Those homemade noodles are calling my name.

  8. You always show so many photos to scroll through showing different places and food. We will have to enjoy our food around here and learn about the food in Bangkok.

  9. As always, you two have found amazing food! The thai oyster omelet looks interesting, but I’m not sure I could eat it. If there’s one thing I learned from your post, it’s the fact that I need to experience the food if I find myself in this area of the world.

    • Thanks so much Sara. Indeed when traveling, one must go local with the food. The Thai oyster omelet was surprisingly delicious. When you see the flames and hear it cooking, it’s pretty hard to resist 🙂 Hope you can get to Bangkok soon. Cheers!

    • Hi Polly, I’m sure Bangkok Chinatown has changed since you were last there. However, I’m sure it still has the same energy and character. The food was divine and worth a trip back for you in the new future 🙂 Appreciate you stopping by!

  10. Thailand really is the king of street food and Chinatown is one of the best places to savor and discover new dishes! I also enjoy dumplings (preferably vegetable). Thanks for sharing these food stops, will keep them in mind when I return to Bangkok.

  11. I’ve been to Chinatown in Bangkok a few times but always on my own. I think a tour like this would be fantastic, because I’ve never had a clue where to eat. I just pick a place and sit down. I’d love to try the best dumplings, etc, in Yaowarat. Next trip I’ll be more organized.

    • You are right Carol, it’s not difficult to find a great spot in Chinatown on your own. We’ve found that having a local guide can help make the experience much deeper and you will also discover places, you would otherwise not have known about. Do check out Context Travel on your next trip to Chinatown. Cheers.

  12. Oh this post makes me so hungry. That curry and those dumplings look delicious! I would definitely take a guided tour of Bangkok’s Chinatown – seems like the best way to discover this amazing place.

    • Thanks Claudia for your comments. The food scene in Chinatown is quite overwhelming and having a guide to help you navigate your way is quite helpful 🙂 Hope you can get to Bangkok soon 🙂 Thanks for stopping by.

  13. Chinatown was one of my favorite parts of Bangkok! I loved the hubbub and energy there. I didn’t get the chance to eat there, though, but your photos of the food are so delicious! They are making me so hungry right now. Definitely wanna eat there next time I’m in Bangkok though.

  14. Been hearing a lot about the street food in Thailand and this wants to make me go out there. The food looks very yummy. Great post and I defo got to check out chinatown when I get to Bangkok


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