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Chinatown Heritage Centre & Golden Buddha

Critics' choice
Attractions, Museums

The famous solid gold Buddha image has been moved from a drab hall into the soaring spire of a marble mondop (artefact tower) that is so glaringly white you...

Wat Traimit
FreeMajor venue

Leng Noi Yee (Wat Mangkorn)

Critics' choice
Attractions

Set behind an imposing multi-tiered entrance, the 'Dragon Flower Temple' (aka Wat Mangkorn Kamalawat) is Chinatown's first and biggest. Several sermon halls...

Thanon Charoen Krung
FreeMajor venue

Old Siam Plaza

Shops

Retro-styled, this three-storey air-con bazaar holds traditional jewellers and silk retailers, clothes, household goods and computer repairs. Under the...

12 Thanon Tripetch
Major venue

Sala Chalermkrung

Critics' choice
Dance

Amid art deco and wrought-iron grandeur, condensed khon is staged at this early cinema with more narrative clarity and audience explanation than is provided...

66 Thanon Charoen Krung
Tags: Chinatown
Major venue

Sampeng Lane Market

Critics' choice
Shops

Sampeng's oldest market is losing some charm, but remains an epic alley crammed with bric-a-brac, costume accoutrements, honking motorbikes, smoky quarters...

Soi Wanit 1
Major venue

Soom Pratu Chalerm Prakiat

Attractions

Chinatown's ceremonial arch commemorated King Rama IX's 72nd birthday in 1999, the illustrious sixth cycle of both Thai and Chinese 12-year calendars. It...

Odeon Circle
FreeMajor venue

Talad Pahurat

Critics' choice
Shops

The heart of Little India, Pahurat is awash with fabrics and textiles, from rainbows of saris to Thai and Chinese silks, synthetics and cottons. Winding...

Thanon Chakkaphet & Thanon Pahurat
Major venue

Trok Itsaranuphap

Critics' choice
Shops

Chinatown's narrowest, most diverse thoroughfare begins at Pei-Ing School on Thanon Songwat with toy and game shops. Beyond Sampeng Lane, dried fish...

Soi Itsaranupharp
Major venue