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  • The Krungkasem Srikrung Hotel

    The Krungkasem Srikrung Hotel

    3-star

    China Town0.5 kilometer to China Town

    Guest rating8.4.Very good269 Hotels.com guest reviews
    The Krungkasem Srikrung Hotel
  • Hotel Royal Bangkok @ Chinatown

    Hotel Royal Bangkok @ Chinatown

    4-star

    China Town0.1 kilometer to China Town

    Guest rating8.2.Very good281 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Hotel Royal Bangkok @ Chinatown
  • W22 by Burasari

    W22 by Burasari

    3-star

    China Town0.3 kilometer to China Town

    Guest rating8.6.Fabulous116 Hotels.com guest reviews
    W22 by Burasari
  • ASAI Bangkok Chinatown

    ASAI Bangkok Chinatown

    3.5-star
    VIP

    China Town0.2 kilometer to China Town

    Guest rating9.8.Exceptional16 Hotels.com guest reviews
    ASAI Bangkok Chinatown
  • Bangkok Centre Hotel

    Bangkok Centre Hotel

    4-star

    China Town0.8 kilometer to China Town

    Guest rating7.6.Good176 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Bangkok Centre Hotel
  • OYO 505 Ente Space Hostel

    OYO 505 Ente Space Hostel

    2-star

    China Town0.3 kilometer to China Town

    Guest rating7.4.Good3 Hotels.com guest reviews
    OYO 505 Ente Space Hostel
  • Grand China Hotel

    Grand China Hotel

    4-star

    China Town0.5 kilometer to China Town

    Guest rating7.8.Good126 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Grand China Hotel
  • Pho Place

    Pho Place

    3-star

    China Town0.2 kilometer to China Town

    Guest rating8.6.Fabulous30 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Pho Place
  • The Quarter Hualamphong by UHG

    The Quarter Hualamphong by UHG

    4-star

    China Town0.6 kilometer to China Town

    Guest rating8.8.Fabulous43 Hotels.com guest reviews
    The Quarter Hualamphong by UHG
  • Loftel 22 Hostel

    Loftel 22 Hostel

    2-star

    China Town0.9 kilometer to China Town

    Guest rating9.0.Superb15 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Loftel 22 Hostel
  • Loftel Station Hostel

    Loftel Station Hostel

    1-star

    China Town1 kilometer to China Town

    Guest rating8.8.Fabulous14 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Loftel Station Hostel
  • Nornyaowarat Hostel

    Nornyaowarat Hostel

    3-star

    China Town0.1 kilometer to China Town

    Guest rating9.2.Superb13 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Nornyaowarat Hostel
  • SK Boutique Maha Nakhon

    SK Boutique Maha Nakhon

    3-star

    China Town0.8 kilometer to China Town

    Guest rating7.0.Good62 Hotels.com guest reviews
    SK Boutique Maha Nakhon
  • Metro Hotel

    Metro Hotel

    3-star

    China Town0.8 kilometer to China Town

    Guest rating7.4.Good61 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Metro Hotel
  • Live Local

    Live Local

    2-star

    China Town0.3 kilometer to China Town

    Guest rating9.6.Exceptional11 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Live Local
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Exploring Chinatown

Bangkok is a bustling basket of multi-culture. However, no district boasts a more interesting cultural landscape than Yaowarat, otherwise known as Bangkok’s Chinatown. The district is primarily home to the Thai capital’s Chinese community. Despite its rather unassuming appearance during the day, Yaowarat Road becomes a place of sizzling neon lights, traditional restaurants and sidewalk stalls once the sun goes down. Visitors could be forgiven for thinking they have stumbled into a miniature Hong Kong here. Nevertheless, Yaowarat Road is only part of this fascinating area. Behind the central heart of Chinatown meanders Phahurat Road, which houses a vibrant ethnic Indian community.

Accommodation near Chinatown

Bangkok’s places of interest and leisure are so widespread that many of the areas in the city represent a good location to stay. Recommended accommodation include the Shanghai Mansion Bangkok, Train Guesthouse and Centra Central Station Bangkok.

Sightseeing near Chinatown

Tourists who opt to base their Bangkok holiday in Yaowarat will not be disappointed. There are numerous sites just minutes from Yaowarat Road, and with plenty of transport options available, tourists will have no trouble reaching them.

- Sampeng Market

This popular lane is seen as the heart of Chinatown’s shopping culture. Sometimes referred to as Soi Wanit Neung (Soi Wanit 1), this market is a pedestrian-only laneway that offers a wide range of cheap goods. Shoes, belts, clothing, teenage jewellery and accessories, Chinese ceramics and Indian fabrics dominate the lane. Visitors can always practice their haggling skills here. Both Chinatown Hotel and Shanghai Mansion are great accommodation choices just 700 metres from the market.

- Grand Palace

Just a few minutes by taxi, tuk-tuk (motorised rickshaw) or motorcycle from Yaowarat is the Grand Palace, a complex of Royal Thai temples and buildings. The Temple of the Emerald Buddha is often regarded as the main attraction, but there are dozens of other magnificent structures in the complex worth exploring. The Central Court is the heart of the site, boasting the Siwalai Garden and Throne Halls. This landmark is the most revered place in Thailand, so visitors should treat the grounds with utmost respect. Strict rules apply to dress, as only part of the complex is open to visitors. Parts of the palace are still used for royal offices. The three-star New Empire Hotel is only two kilometres from the Grand Palace.

- Wat Traimit

Although there are dozens of temples and shrines close to Yaowarat, Wat Traimit is one of the highlights of the area. It is home to a stunning solid-gold image of Buddha, which happens to be the largest in the world. Although the temple does not have any Chinese ties, it is still a highly respected attraction within the Chinatown district. Open 08:00 to 17:00 daily, the temple has a modest entrance fee. Don’t forget to wear proper attire when visiting, and keep noise to a minimum.

Transportation near Chinatown

Yaowarat is located upon the Chao Phraya River banks, so many visitors choose to enter the area via an express boat service. Stop off at Rachawongse or Si Phraya piers to access Chinatown. The MRT train service reaches Hua Lamphong, which is also the main train station in Thailand. Buses do travel along Yaowarat Road, but only those heading to Rattanakosin Island. All other buses traverse Charoen Krung Road instead. Of course, taxis are another option. Tourists just need to be aware that traffic in this area can get congested.

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