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One of the more conveniently located street food in the city, it is easily accessed via Thonglor station (you can peek from the station down the street). It has the usual Bangkok street food fare: mango sticky rice, crispy pork over rice, pad thai, pork...More
One of the highlights of our trip was to try night street food of Soi 38, we took BTS and went down to Thong Lor station). I love the yummy, juicy & sweet mango and sticky rice!!! (very cheap as compared to other places) and...More
Hands down my worst food experience in Bangkok. Tried a few stalls, each was more bland, flavorless & lacking texture than the next, all at prices 2-3 times that of typical street fare. The second star is for hygiene, no-one got sick. Then again we...More
City is living its own life. Concrete buildings are taking more space than can imagine. It's very hard ti find "Ahaan Bolaan" old style thai food nowadays. Street vendors are disappearing away from our street culture. Sad, while one of the most best food was...More
Sukhumvit Soi 38 used to be one of the more famous Sois for enjoying traditional Thai street food with carts and stands crowding the sidewalks. However with the onslaught of the developers moving construction equipment into their vacant lots, most of the vendors were forced...More
We were recommended to visit Soi 38 and, although on our first visit to Bangkok, I have to say we loved it. It was easy to find, just a few yards from the Skytrain station. We used the fresh fruit drinks stall a couple of...More
If you are right nearby, fine, but otherwise don't make any effort to come here. The food isn't special and it is somewhat overpriced compared to other areas. I ordered a dish that had half the portion portrayed in the photo. I pointed it out...More
Known as Bangkok’s hippest neighbourhood, Thong Lor and Ekamai is where the city's well-dressed and well-heeled spend their nights sipping cocktails in hidden speakeasies and posh restaurants. Live it up in one of Thong Lor's extravagant clubs and be prepared to brush shoulders with a Thai celebrity or two. While great for a night out, the area is nothing short of interesting during the daytime, either. Expect a mix
of savvy coffee shops, pop-up bars and loads of vintage stores, brought to you by hip locals with eyes for design.