Explore the Food Trails of the Capital City of Thailand – Bangkok

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There are some places that are so unique and wonderful that finding synonyms for them isn’t a difficult task. But stumbling upon a place that has so much to offer that every word seems a synonym is rare.

And among such rare places, the capital city of Thailand, Bangkok is the one that tops the charts. Besides being known as ‘Party Paradise of the World’ and ‘The Ultimate Beach Destination’, there is one other synonym for this country – ‘The Street Food Capital of the World’.

According to a recent survey that was conducted by Lonely Planet, if you are a food lover and love to try different cuisines, then Bangkok is the best city for you.

And to justify this study, there is a saying that goes ‘Where there are people, there will be food. In other words, when you are in Bangkok, you are never far away from food.

The streets of Bangkok are filled with food stalls that serve some of the best Thai dishes, prepared from the freshest ingredients. However, not all the areas of Bangkok are equal when it comes to street food.

There are certain parts of the town that are blessed with dishes that are simply decadent and sinful! So, let us find the hottest food trails among the ginormous malls, crowded streets, and hot pink taxis.

1. Victory Monument aka Anusawari Chai Samoraphum

Being one of the main and busiest transportation centers of Bangkok, numerous buses load and unload at this roundabout every day.

Very next to the roundabout are small streets, also known as so is that have an extensive collection of Thai restaurants and food stalls. It is more or less a circular buffet where you can have the best Thai cuisine.

To the northeast side, there is the boat noodle alley where you can have a variety of noodles.

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2. Chinatown aka Yaowarat

When it comes to dining options, the one place in Bangkok that would never disappoint you is Yaowarat. Here you would discover the restaurants of some of the greatest street food masters.

This street cuts through the heart of Chinatown with Charoen Krung Road running parallel to it. This place has small lanes where you would find some of the best Thai delicacies.

Want to have suckling pig or bird’s nest soup, visit Yaowarat.

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3. Ratchawat Market/ Sriyan Market

Located in the green and tranquil district of Dusit, Rathchawat and Sriyan markets are the oldest and most traditional markets of Bangkok.

Being the oldest, they not only serve you authentic Thai food but also have a laid-back, relaxed ambiance that simply makes you happy.

While you are exploring these two markets, don’t forget to try the roast duck, Kobe beef noodles, stir-fried curry shark, jungle curry, and a wide assortment of noodles.

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4. Charoen Krung and Bangrak

If you are blessed with a sense of smell, then it is impossible to cross Charoen Krung and Bangrak without filling your stomach with dishes that simply explode with flavors.

As soon as you step into these streets, you are welcomed with a refreshing aroma of stir-fried garlic, steamed dumplings, numerous varieties of noodles, roasted duck, and freshly cut seasoned fruits.

And if you simply want to sit, relax and enjoy your meal, there are countless restaurants that are no less than Michelin star restaurants when it comes to variety, freshness, and taste.

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Well, this is just the start as there are numerous other food trails that are scattered all across Bangkok and Thailand. And trust me, after exploring these food trails, it is going to be impossible for you to pick the one that is your favorite.

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