Bangkok, Thailand-Exploring Chinatown’s Atmospheric Lanes And Streets Part I

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Bangkok is one of my favorite cities in Southeast Asia. A modern city that’s retained much of it’s cultural heritage, it’s fast-paced, vast, naughty, and filled with temples, markets, amazing food, entertainment and world-class shopping.

It’s also where you can find one of Southeast Asia’s most vibrant Chinatowns. In this episode I explored some of the interesting lanes and streets where you can find everything from durian, the king of fruit, to Chinese medicinal remedies, fantastic street food, restaurants, and stores filled with gadgets, kitchen utensils, and pottery.

I’m also looking forward to very soon bringing you live broadcasts from Asia on BlogTalkRadio and a chance to connect with you either by phone or Skype-stay tuned!

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About the Author John Saboe

I am a broadcaster, photographer, writer and videographer with a passion for travel throughout Asia. I love making connections and engaging with people. I am spiritual and seek adventure wherever I go.

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