Chinatown in Bangkok

Wat Mangkon Kamalawat the most important Chinese Buddhist temple

Chinatown is a popular tourist attraction in Bangkok one of the oldest in the world, that you need to include in your trip in the city of angels. Chinatown Attractions, What to See in Chinatown.

Great street food, many examples of the architecture, most important Chinese Buddhist temples. Chinatown is a must and best places!

 

 

 

Attractions & Things to do in Chinatown


U Phai Rat Bamrung Temple

U Phai Rat Bamrung Temple

U Phai Rat Bamrung Temple was original names Chùa Khánh Vân in Vietnamese, pronounced in Thai as “Kan Yoeng Toe”. As one of the first Vietnamese temples in Siam (Thailand),…

Wat Traimit Temple of the Golden Buddha

Wat Traimit Temple of the Golden Buddha

Located at the end of Chinatown’s Yaowarat Road near Bangkok Railway Station, this temple houses an ancient solid gold seated Buddha image of the Sukhothai Period, three metres in height…

Leng Buai Ia Shrine

Leng Buai la Shrine was originally an ancient Tae Chew Shrine. Chinese businessmen in this area came to this place of worship for refuge and to improve the prosperity of…

Sol Heng Tai Mansion

So Heng Tai

So Heng Tai is the Oldest Chinese Court Yard Mansion in Thailand. Own by Mrs. Dungtawan Posayajinda and her children Mr. Poosak Posayachinda, Mrs. Jariya Posayachinda, Sermsak Posayajinda. So Heng…

Kuan Yim Shrine (Thian Fa Foundation)

Kuan Yim Shrine (Thian Fa Foundation)

The Thian Fa Foundation was established 1902 by the co-operation of Chinese immigrants of five dialects. It is the first foundation in Thailand that aims to giving treatment to deprived…

Peiing Public School from 1920

Peiing Public School from 1920

Established by Mr. Tae Tiang or Yi Ko Hong who was the head responsible for the lottery and was later titled as Phra Anuwatratchaniyom. In 1916 he and Teochew merchants…

Rong Kuak Shrine

Rong Kuak Shrine

Rong Kuak Shrine is located in the banks of Chao Phraya River close to Chinatown.

Phat Sai Road in Chinatown

Phat Sai Road in Chinatown

Phat Sai a small walking street in Chinatown and the location of the Hakka Association of Thailand …          

Old Building at Thanon Song Wat

Old Building at Thanon Song Wat

King Rama V assigned a construction of a new street called “Songwat” after the fire at Sampeng area. This is an important street for commercial purposes. Along the street are…

Samphanthawong Museum

Samphanthawong Museum

A museum that focuses on the history of early Chinese immigrants in the Samphanthawong district, a deeper understanding of the area …

Hua Lamphong Railway Station

Hua Lampong Hua Lampong Railway StationRailway Station

It is the main railway station in Bangkok located in the center of the city and operated by the State Railway of Thailand.          

Soi Phalit Phon

Soi Phalit Phon

A small shopping alley in Chinatown, running parallel to Yaowarat Road …            

Li Thi Miew Shrine

Li Thi Miew Shrine

Li Thi Miew Shrine is a Taoist temple with classic Chinese architecture, dedicated to Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy …