Charoen Krung Road is a major road in Bangkok, built during 1862–1864, which passes through Chinatown on through Bang Rak all the way to Bang Kho Laem, serving mostly the expat society during that era. In the present day, many of the historical building sites along the road are facing drastic changes due to extension of the MRT underground train system.
Chinatown is an ethnic enclave of Chinese people located outside mainland China; most often in an urban setting.
In response to WP Photo Challenge:Layered
Threadding, the removal of facial hair, is street side beauty service in Chinatown. Here is the self-proclaimed the empress of this street side beauty service.
In response to Color Your World: Blush.
Quick, red light. Run to the middle of the street and snap away. Bangkok’s Chinatown in early evening lights.
A lonely street at night in Chinatown. The area is becoming more interesting at night without the bustling activities and its people. But looks can be deceiving because Chinatown is becoming alive with some bars and restaurants popping up. You just have to know where to look.
Took a stroll one evening in Chinatown found these doors. Painted on the door is “for rent”.
Another mural in near Chinatown.
Very color coordinated.