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Visit Talad Noï (Bangkok)

g_translate Thai name : ตลาดน้อย
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Talad Noi Chinese Gate Bangkok
Talad Noi Chinatown Bkk
Talad Noi Chinatown Bangkok
Talad Noi whose name in Thai means small market is a small historic and picturesque district located in Chinatown, on the west bank of the Chao Phraya river. It is pleasant to visit on foot for its charm of small village with historic houses, pretty Street Art pieces, its mechanics shops and its unique atmosphere.

The history of Talad Noi dates back to the 19th century, when many Chinese immigrants arrived in Thailand and settled in this area. The district is a real cultural melting pot, with a strong Chinese influence which is reflected in its architecture, its cuisine and its daily life but there are also Buddhist temples, the most famous of which is The Wat Traimit and its solid gold Buddha, and a church. Among the places not to be missed, we can list: Wat Traimit, the large Chinese Gate almost opposite to the temple (although it is actually just outside the limits of Talad Noi district), the Talad Noi Street Art street, some other Street Art pieces scattered here and there, its Ancient Turtle Car, its Chinese sanctuaries, its restaurants or cafes installed in old houses, its mecanics shops with impressive stacks of spare parts, its alleys ...

This is my favorite district in Bangkok. I love strolling there, pausing in a cafe or restaurant by the river then start again. I imagined a tour on foot to discover this neighborhood, for those interested, watch my Talad Noi Walking Tour video!

Practical information about Talad Noï

There are bicycle tours that offer you to visit this little part of Chinatown but you will only pass and miss a lot. Visiting Talad Noi by walking is the only way to really soak up the unique atmosphere of this district which makes you feel like in a small village in the heart of one of the most lively capitals in the world.

Choosing a hotel in Talad Noi can also be nice even if it is not directly connected to the metro (the nearest MRT station is Hua Lamhong). One of the god values accommodations in Talad Noi is the River View Residence. There is also the Marine Department Pier served by Chao Phraya Express boats in Talad Noi.

How to get to Talad Noï ?

To get to the Talad Noi district in Bangkok, you can take the metro MRT Blue Line and stop at Hua Lamhong station, then Wat Traimit, the starting point of my Walking Tour offer, will be less than 10-minute walking away. Otherwise, by boat the most practical stop on Chao Phraya Express road is Marine Department.
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