Eat - Streets Food
Streets Food
The street food in Thailand is one of the most popular destinations in Asian, which is a seventh heaven of food aficionados, because of exotic food ingredients, and various aromatic along with sophisticated spices. In fact, it’s a small family-run restaurant in the ancient part of Bangkok with a warm hospitality of its citizens. There are some districts in Bangkok that serve fabulous street vendors food and those places are situated in the convenient to visit such as China Town, Phahurat Street, Khao San Road, Siam Square, Lumphini Park, Thonglor and Victory Monument as following below.


Chinatown Street
China Town Food Street is well-known as Yaowarat is about 1.5 kilometers length, it has been the most significant business trading center by Chinese community. This area is very attractive especially for food, which provides a traditional Thai food otherwise adapted in Thai Chinese style, offers plenty of specialties and delicacies for food aficionados, with many small alleyways “Soi” and right now become Food Street in the night.

Location : China Town “Yaowarat”
How to get there : By transportation such as Taxi or Tuk-Tuk: heading to Charoen Krung Road, parallel to Yaowarat Road at its north. Then walk towards your destinations in the China town.
Bus: Number 1, 4, 7, 25, 35, 40, 53, 73. Boat: get on at Chaophraya River Pier and get off at Ratchawong Pier.
Phahurat Street
Phahurat Street
Phahurat Street
Phahurat Market is a small Indian community on the parallel of Chinatown district. Now a day turns out to be a large commercial area that has most variety of Indian merchants selling their products, who are concerned in the trade, especially fabrics and food ” North Indian Restaurant” Phahurat has the most excellent selection of fabrics it’s the best in Bangkok, particularly the Indian cottons and silk. On another hand the continental foods such as Punjabi and Pakistani are also available here. Nevertheless, Phahurat is also the largest of essential wedding gowns and wedding souvenirs.

Location : Chinatown
How to get there : : the easiest way to reach here by Sky Train “BTS” to Asok Station and transfer to Underground Train “MRT” to Hua Lamphong than taking taxi or Bus routes 7,25,40, 53, 56, 50. Other options include the Chao Phraya Express Boat to Phaurat.
Khao San Road
Khao San Road
Khao San Road
Khao San Road is situated a block away from Chao Phraya River, convenient for visiting, where near by the Democracy Monument and ten minutes away from The Royal Field “Sanamluang”, Khao San Road is the most well-known destination of young travelers meet with cheapest and most varieties inexpensive food selections anywhere in Bangkok. During the night, it turns into a lively road with stalls selling cheap food/restaurant, clothes, handicrafts, souvenirs and other items. Khao San Road is not just for foreign travelers, many young Thai people like to hang out there, including members of the TV and film production industries.

Location : Khao San Road
How to get there : Bus routes: 2, 47, 59, 60, 68, 70, 79,203, 503
Siam Square

Siam Square Street
Siam square is located in the midst of business center and entertainments area in “Pathum Wan” district, the area connects to other significant shopping centers and associations by Sky Bridge. However, Siam Square has a large number of restaurants, including traditional Thai, Chinese, Japanese, and western restaurants, bakeries, and a number of fast food outlets.

Location : Siam / Rajdamri
How to get there :to reach here easily by Sky Train (BTS) to Siam Station, Taxi / Bus routes: 15, 16, 25, 54, 204, 501, and 508
Thonglor Street
Thonglor Street
Soi Thonglor is another Food Street of delicious restaurants district, situated in the heart of Sukhuvit Road, its famous and well-known as shopping and varieties of multi-national restaurants, as well as food vendors with their serving supper up to early morning. This is a small road (soi) of the main road is one of the smallest street food spots in Bangkok.

Location : Thonglor
How to get there : Sky Train “BTS” to Thonglor station or Taxi/Tuk-Tuk, Bus routes: 2, 25, 501, 508, 511, and 513
Victory Monument
Victory Monument Street
Victory Monument Street
Victory Monument is one of the biggest Food Street, where four main roads intersected and merged into the circle, there are many shopping centers selling cheap products attracting teen buyer, along with varieties of inexpensive food and restaurants, the market is start about 11:00 am, than after 6 pm this place is crowded with street vendors and people shopping and eating in outdoor seating and plenty of dinners stopping for a casual bite to eat.

How to get there : Sky Train “BTS” to Victory Monument Station. Bus routes 12, 18, 24, 26, 29, 34, 39, 54, 59, and 63