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Bangkok, is a city that never sleeps nearby canals and Chao Phraya River give a constant activity, streets as Sukhumvit or Silom always crowded, street shops and restaurants. Here you will find a bangkok guide, of the different city, shops, restaurants, hotels that offer their terraces brunch, secret corners (not only exists Grand Palace to visit!). Come spend a ONEDAY us to the city of angels. For sure it will surprise you.
Little India neighbourhood, Bangkok guide

It’s easy to feel like you’re actually in India

A city that has a Chinese, a Korean and a Japanese neighbourhood has to have an Indian one. Not far from Chinatown, Thanon Chakaphet, Thanon Triphet and Thanon Pahurat are the streets that delimit Bangkok’s Indian quarter. Although it is not a massive area, it is big enough to have a Sikh temple, a textile market, an Indian shopping mall and loads of Indian restaurants and Indian street food stalls.

Sri Guru Singh Sabha temple is considered to be the biggest Sikh temple outside India. This sumptuous white marble building was built in 1911. And around it, there are scores of street vendors selling saris, incense, garlands, figures, snacks and chai tea.

Talad Pahurat is crammed with fabric and textiles, from smooth silk to cheap polyester. Bollywood DVD’s, plastic bric-a-brac, perfumes, soaps and incense can also be bought in this market’s snaking alleys.

India Emporium sells pretty much the same things as Talad Pahurat but in an air-conditioned fourth-floor building. On the top floor there’s the Indian food court. The usual chain restaurants and cafés can also be found in this shopping mall.

Royal India and Punjab Sweets are probably the most renowned Indian restaurants in Bangkok’s Little India. The first (North Indian) is famous for its extra creamy curries. The second (South Indian) is popular for its vegetarian food. Both are cheap and down-to-earth and it’s easy to feel like you’re actually in India.

Sri Guru Singh Sabha temple
Thanon Pahurat
Opens from 6:00 to 17:00
Free admission

Talad Pahurat
Thanon Chakkapet and Thanon Pahurat
Opens daily from 10:00 to 18:00

India Emporium
Thanon Chakaphet at Thanon Pahurat
Open daily from 10:00 to 18:00

Royal India
392/1 Thanon Chakrapet
Open daily from 11:00 to 11:00

Punjab Sweets
436/5 Thanon Chakaphet
Open daily from 9:00 to 21:00


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