Eat like a local while navigating Bangkok’s Chao Phraya River

Eat like a local while navigating Bangkok’s Chao Phraya River

 

Tasty food, drinks, and desserts within walking distance of four main piers – Sathon, Din Daeng, Ratchawong and Wat Worachanyawas.

Bangkok, 13 September 2019 – The Tourism Authority of Thailand’s (TAT) Contact Centre recently released a street food guide via its Facebook/TATContactcenter featuring popular local stalls and eateries within the vicinity of four main piers along Bangkok’s Chao Phraya River.

The guide targets mainly at locals, but it can also be interesting for international tourists who may want to eat like a local while navigating the mighty river for important landmarks and attractions along Tha Sathon, Tha Din Daeng, Tha Ratchawong and Tha Wat Worachanyawas. ‘Tha’ in Thai means pier.

Tha Sathon (Taksin)

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Tha Ratchawong

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