Chinatown has plenty of life at any time of the day or night. The streets here are constantly lined with vibrant vendors, offering everything from DIY tools and pricey imported fruits, to Chinese porcelain and all way of tschotskes. And like all over in Bangkok you are never ever more than a couple of actions from the next delicious snack be it duck, noodles or sweets. Siang Ki Khao Tom Pla (boiled rice soup with fish), destination for supper tonight, is nestled in among those peaceful alleys. To discover it, walk past the Grand Traveler Hotel (to your right) and take the very first side street on the right.
Siang Ki is off the beaten track, its rates are deserving of some of Bangkok’s fancier dining establishments. You can pay anything from B300 to B500 per bowl, however rest assured you will get exactly what you spend for. The quality is among the best in the city, and the flavours are outstanding.