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Thailand Street Food. Bangkok. The Stalls Along Phloen Chit and Siam Square

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Thailand Street Food. Bangkok. The Stalls Along Phloen Chit and Siam Square

Thai Street Food On Nut Food Stalls Bangkok

On nut market is located just off the exits of On Nut BTS station. There are many food stalls on Thanon On Nut, Sukhumvit Road and the surrounding side sois (streets). The Thai food is good and the atmosphere is friendly, local and safe.The food selection is good Tesco / Lotus have a huge store, a rest stop for locals to pick up groceries or have a quick meal before going home. There is also a large Big C supermarket near On Nut BTS Station (On Nut Road, just off Sukhumvit Road).
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Bangkok Street Food. The Stalls of Yaowarat Road, Chinatown. Thailand

Sukhumvit Bangkok - Thai Food Stalls Around Phloen Chit BTS

Enjoy the Thai Food Stalls Around Phloen Chit BTS - Sukhumvit Bangkok. It´s noon on a weekday and we are watching for the fantastic street food in Bangkok next to the Phloen Chit BTS Station. Enjoy amazing Thai Food.

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Thai Street Food in Bangkok, Thailand - The Food Stalls around Central World - Live Cooking -

Food Stalls around Central World Bangkok 2017 - Thai Street Food - Live Cooking - Thailand
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Thai Street Food Bangkok @ CentralWorld Mall Bangkok - Live Cooking

Enjoy Live Thai Street Food Cooking at CentralWorld Plaza in front of the CentralWorld Shopping Mall in Bangkok.

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THAI STREET FOOD VENDORS @ Bang Rak Bangkok - From BTS to Lebua State Tower

THAI STREET FOOD VENDORS @ Bang Rak Bangkok
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In this video, you can explore the food stalls at Charoen Krung Road in Bangkok between the BTS Saphan Taksin and the Lebua State Tower. Enjoy your trip...

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THAI STREET FOOD @ MBK BANGKOK - The Food Stalls In Front Of MBK

THAI STREET FOOD @ MBK BANGKOK - The Food Stalls In Front Of MBK
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Thai Street Food in Bangkok, Thailand. The Stalls around Central World and Ploenchit

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Bangkok Street Food. Night and Day Around the Stalls in the Markets. Thailand

Thai food in Thailand's capital

Thai Street Food Soi Wittayu Bangkok

There is nothing better than food stalls along Bangkok's streets... BBQ pork and meat balls on skewers, deep fried chicken, pancake, roti, fried noodle, noodle, Papaya Salad, and many more. You have the US, Japan, British, New Zealand and other embassies on this road. The US embassy occupies almost half of this street. Fifty years back this road had a canal along side of it until about 30 years ago when it was filled up and replaced with two side streets.On this street you have shopping centers on Ploenchit Rd. and on the other end you have Lumpinee Park; within a manageable walking distance or a short taxi ride on a hot day.
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CHEAP LOCAL THAI FOOD | Street Full Of Cheap Authentic Thai Food, On Nut, Bangkok Thailand

Looking for cheap local Thai food? Well here is a street full of cheap authentic Thai food around On Nut, Bangkok, Thailand.

Sukhumvit Soi 77/1 is a street full of cheap, authentic Thai food. The street is hustling and bustling from afternoon onwards. When the locals come home from work.

They have food vendors on both sides of the street and the street is shared with motorbikes and even cars. Which is quite common in Thailand.

So just be careful when walking around this street.

But besides that, there is so much food to be found here. You'll definitely find something to eat here, even if you're not hungry.

You'll also be sure to get local prices, cause it's not so much in the touristy areas of Thailand.

If you go beyond this street as I have shown in the video, you will come across an area which sells mainly clothes and accessories.

If you go further and turn left, you'll come to the main road and that sells fresh fruits.

So this block is full of food, fruits, and clothing. Go check it out if you have a chance.

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Bangkok Street Food Roast Pork Stalls Chinatown

You can take your pick of roasted pork from the Chinese-style roasters (also crisp roast duck) or fried pork belly from the Thai vendors (who usually carry great fried chicken and other snacks). Everywhere you go, from the fancy shopping malls to the streets of Chinatown, you'll find hawkers offering fresh-cooked meals, sometimes eaten straight out of hand, sometimes while perched on little plastic seats around a makeshift table.

Bangkok Chinatown Street Food and Market

Bangkok’s Chinatown is a popular attraction and food haven to explore the street-side cuisine, or visit one of the Chinese temples. Packed with market stalls and street-side restaurants, Chinatown is an experience not to miss.
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MBK Food Island 2018 - The Food Court @ MBK Shopping Center Bangkok

MBK Food Island - The Food Court @ MBK Shopping Center Bangkok
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MBK Center is probably Bangkok's most legendary shopping mall, popular with both tourists and locals, and busy with shoppers every day. There are eight floors packed with 2,000 shops that sell everything from clothing, fashion accessories, handbags, leather products and luggage to furniture, mobile phones, electric appliances, cameras, stationery and DVDs. Launched in 1986, MBK Center is a beehive of activity, especially on weekends, when half of Bangkok converges to shop for bargains. It's not as up-market or stylish as neighbouring Siam Discovery, Siam Centre and the glitzy Siam Paragon, but it offers a mind-boggling range of goods spread over 89,000 square metres and is considerably less expensive. MBK Center is particularly easy to reach thanks to a direct walkway linking to National Stadium BTS Skytrain Station. Literally every taxi driver knows this most famous of shopping malls in Bangkok too, so you can hail a cab from anywhere but traffic can be intense.

On the ground floor of MBK you will find lines of stalls selling fashion, shoes and handbags, fast food outlets and a Tops Supermarket, with an open space dedicated to sales offering prices discounted by 30% to 50%. As you move up the levels you will find enclaves of products almost-randomly placed. Part of the fun of MBK is exploring the long straight paths looking out for things that take your fancy. As a rough guide, fashion can be found on the lower floors, a mass of electronics on the third and fourth floors, with home furnishings and souvenirs on the fifth and sixth. Like every shopping complex in Bangkok, there are plenty of options when you get hungry. There are two food courts - one local (sixth floor), one international (fifth floor) - with lots of choice. The top floor comprises of an entertainment complex boasting a multi-screen cinema, karaoke, a computer games arcade and plenty of other restaurants. MBK have also added a 3D Trick Art Museum, which is a fun family activity just perfect for a rainy day.

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Bangkok Street Food For Breakfast at Silom Soi 20 - Bangkok Day 7

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00:25 Silom Soi 20 (สีลมซอย 20) Market - One of my favorite morning Bangkok street food markets in central Bangkok is Silom Soi 20 (สีลมซอย 20) Market, open everyday in the morning from about 6 am to 9 or 10 am. You can walk around , get some good street food, and just enjoy the Thai food atmosphere. The market isn’t very big, so it remains small and easy to navigate, but it still packs in quite a bit. I started the morning street food tour with a bowl of nam king (น้ำขิง), which is hot ginger soup, and along with soft silky tofu, plus some fried crispy dough thrown in the bowl as well. It was a good way start the morning at the market, and the ginger soup always feels good on the through. Located at the front of Silom Soi 20 (สีลมซอย 20) Market is a lady who sells khao neow dam sang kaya (ข้าวเหนียวดำสังขยา), black sticky rice with custard, and according to my wife who loves Thai desserts, it’s one of her favorite versions in all of Bangkok. And even though I’m not too big into Thai desserts, I do enjoy a couple bites of khao neow dam sang kaya (ข้าวเหนียวดำสังขยา) as well - that’s how good it it. She sits at the front of the market, right on the corner of Silom Soi 20, and when you order, she’ll add some black sticky rice to a piece of banana leaf, add some coconut cream, and then follow it by a slice of Thai custard. What I like is that it’s not too sweet, but the rice is perfectly cooked so you can taste the grains, and then it’s slightly salty to contrast the sweet custard. Finally, the coconut cream is so ridiculously creamy and rich. If you love Thai desserts and sweets, this is a stall you don’t want to miss.

Finally, for my real Thai street food breakfast this morning I went to the outside of the market, along Silom road and got a plate of khao mok gai (ข้าวหมกไก่), which is the Thai version of chicken biryani. The flavor of the rice was incredibly, with a touch of cumin and turmeric, and the chicken was moist and flavorful. The sauce was sour and minty, with a herb touch, and not too sweet. The lady selling khao mok gai was also extremely friendly, and when she saw that I was filming, she gave me an extra piece of chicken. She was awesome, thank you to her!

7:36 Bangkok Street Food Stall on Sathon Soi 12 - For lunch, since we had eaten such a huge breakfast, we just hung out around our neighborhood and ate a quick plate of ka prao moo sab kai dao (กระเพราหมูสับไข่ดาว), Thai basil chicken with minced pork and a fried egg on the side. This is one of the quintessential Bangkok dishes that’s available at nearly all street stalls that serve stir fried dishes. It’s easy to order and usually tastes pretty good.

9:59 Sky Bar Bangkok at Sirocco, State Tower - I’ve been living in Bangkok since 2009 and I still had never been to the most famous sky bar in Bangkok: Sirocco, State Tower. So after having a quick late lunch (more like a dinner), we headed to the sky bar for sunset. Since Sirocco wasn’t yet open until 6 pm, we had a drink first at Distil bar, which is adjacent and saw the sunset from there, and then at 6 pm we headed to the other side of Sirocco sky bar for an even more incredibly view of Bangkok. Drink are crazy expensive, but that view is pretty ridiculously amazing!

14:36 Suan Phlu (สวนพลู) Market - Finally, to end this fantastic day in Bangkok we headed to yet another Bangkok street food market at Suan Phlu (สวนพลู). I couldn’t really decided what I wanted to eat, so finally I decided on a bowl of kuay teow gai sen mee (ก๋วยเตี๋ยวไก่เส้นหมี่), Thai chicken noodles - a dish you’ll find all over the streets of Bangkok and a very popular dish. It was alright, and a good way to end the evening.

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THAI STREET FOOD BANGKOK @ Nana Market & Phloen Chit

Thai Street Food Bangkok @ Nana Market & Phloen Chit
It´s noon and we are going to the Nana market, having lunch. Also at the opposite side, you can have amazing Thai Street Food around the Phloen Chit BTS Station.
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Translated titles:
Comida tailandesa en la calle en Nana Market y Phloen Chit

BANGUECOQUE DE ALIMENTAÇÃO DE RUA TAILANDESA @ Nana Market & Phloen Chit

THAI STREET FOOD BANGKOK @ नाना बाज़ार और फूलन चित

THAI STREET FOOD BANGKOK @ Nana Market & Phloen Chit

থানা স্টাইট ফুড ব্যাংকক @ নানা মার্কেট

THAI STREET FOOD BANGKOK @ Nana Market&Phloen Chit

タイストリートフードバンコク@ Nana Market&Phloen Chit

ਥੈ ਸਟਰੀਟ ਫੂਡ ਬੈਂਗਕੌਕ @ ਨਾਨਾ ਮਾਰਕੀਟ ਐਂਡ

ТАЙСКАЯ УЛИЦА ФУД БАНГКОК @ Нана Маркет и Флоэн Чит

THAI STREET FOOD BANGKOK @ ตลาดนานาและเพลินจิต

Thai Street Food Festival Bangkok @ Siam Paragon ❤🇹🇭

Thai Street Food Festival Bangkok @ Siam Paragon
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Come with me to the Plaza at SIAM PARAGON and let´s visit the legendary collection of BANGKOK STREET FOOD.

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Thai Street Food Bangkok - In The Streets Of Bang Kapi

Thai Street Food Bangkok - In The Streets Of Bang Kapi
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