Where to eat
Despite their obvious, a lot of tourists eschew the huge range of Thai places to eat and opt instead for the much ''safer'' restaurants in guest house and hotels. Almost all tourist accommodation has a kitchen, and while some are excellent, the vast majority serve up bland imitations of Western fare alongside equally pale versions of common Thai dishes. Having said that, it can be a relief to get your teeth into a processed cheese sandwich after five day's trekking in the jungle, and guest houses do serve comfortingly familiar Western breakfasts.
Eating at Chao Phraya River
The Chao Phraya River is the main and the most significant river of Thailand that comes from the lower part of the north. Both sides of the river reflect central Thai life, culture, religion, beliefs and occupations. Moreover, it also holds most tourist attractions.
Eating at Yaowarat area (China Town)
Established in the reign of King Rama V in 1891, Yaowarat was given its name by His Majesty the King. The word ''Yaowarat'' implies the road is marked for a time when the King acceded to the throne at the age of 15 as a young King of Siam.
Eating at Rattanakosin area
Rattanakosin area and its vicinity encircle many major tourist attractions in Bangkok: The Royal Palace, Wat Phrachetuphon (Wat Pho), Sanam luang, Ministry of Defense, Sao Ching Cha (Giant Swing), Wat Suthat, etc.