TRAVEL GUIDE: What To Do & Eat In Bangkok, Thailand

A love song about Thai food: Everywhere I go, there food is. Everywhere I go, there you are. The contents of this post can be summed up in 3 words: Mostly, about food. Street food, café food, restaurant food, but mostly food that we can’t pronounce but have fallen in love with.

Here are some of the places that we visited during our 3D3N trip:




Street Food:

  • Sukhumvit Soi 38 (Tip: Ning’s Mango Sticky Rice – MUST GO – and Green basil Chicken noodles)
  • Table Slappin’ Chicken, outside Central World – Closed the first two nights (yes, we visited every night for it) when they were setting up for an event, but it was finally there on our last night! Best 10 Baht (A$0.40) Chicken rice ever.
  • Drinks: Thai milk tea, Thailand coconut
  • 10 Baht (A$0.40) Chicken skewers grilling on the streets everywhere and every other street food, really.

If you have any other recommendations, do give a shoutout below! Or let us know your thoughts if you have any favourites that you’re agreeing with on this list.

7 thoughts on “TRAVEL GUIDE: What To Do & Eat In Bangkok, Thailand

  1. What fun! And yes – fooooooooood! I’m the worst as don’t remember the exact places but there was one along a river that was off the beaten track in suburban Bangkok that was simply the most stupendous meal I’d had in a long time!


    1. I guess that’s the whole fun of it – exploring and falling in love with the most unexpected places and foods and always accumulating a list. I hope you’ll find it / a similar dish the next time you go so you can share it with the rest of us!


  2. thx u for the comment on my blog.
    Woo.. nice blog template andnice vlog you have.
    (gopro user, i presume?) hihi..
    i will go to Bangkok on mid-April for songkran festival.


    1. Haha, yes! Between my gopro, DSLR and snapchat, I own way too many devices to keep track. That’s so great to hear! We haven’t had a chance to attend many festivals, but definitely something we wanna do. Let me know how it goes!


    2. indeed, cant agree more with you about the devices. too many gadgets make me headache sometimes.

      Will do posting the vlog on Songkran Festival.


    1. Thanks for dropping by! Yeah, definitely – there were so many other places that we didn’t have time to go, like Chatuchak Market and the Grand Palace. You should definitely make a trip there 🙂

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