Bangkok’s Victory Monument and Thai Boat Noodles (ก๋วยเตี๋ยวเรือ) – Bangkok Video

Go to migrationology.com for more travel and street food! Bangkok is a huge city, but the city comes together into a few central hubs, one of them being Victory Monument (อนุสาวรีย์ชัยสมรภูมิ). Victory Monument is one of the transportation centers of Bangkok, a lively roundabout that always flowing with traffic of all kinds and bustling with people. In Thailand, as in much of the world as well, where there are lots of people, there will be lots of street shopping and lots of street food as well. Not only can you catch a Bangkok bus, van, taxi, motorbike taxi or the BTS skytrain, you can walk around the entire circumference of Victory Monument (อนุสาวรีย์ชัยสมรภูมิ) and snack all the way around. In this video first I stop at a stand selling all kinds of dried and salted fruit. Be sure to try the dry grapes, they are intensely sour and salty on the outside making them a real strange and surprising treat. They are small but will definitely wake you up! Street bottles of freshly squeezed bright orange juice are everywhere on the streets of Bangkok and Victory Monument is no different. I stopped at a stall to pick up a bottle of orange juice – and despite it being quite sweet, it was indeed very refreshing! The bottle of orange juice cost a total of 50 Thai Baht. A visit to Victory Monument in Bangkok would be incomplete without a visit to the boat noodle alley, one of the most delicious activities to do in Bangkok. The noodles are served in small bowls, so it’s customary to
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  1. Ok cool to hear that – I’m sure it’s beautiful in New Zealand but I know you probably miss the food! Can you get any kuay teow reua ก๋วยเตี๋ยวเรือ in New Zealand ?

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  2. Unfortunately I never try it before, but I do love ก๋วยเตี๋ยวเรือ. My home town isn’t Bangkok so I don’t know anything much about this city. I’m half Chinese and half Thai but I cant speak Chinese. I’m now in New Zealand and I have been living hear for a year. I miss Thailand so badd :(

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  3. Hey, I’m 1/2 Chinese and 1/2 White, but from the United States. I really love Thailand, so no problem at all. Do you like the boat noodles at Victory Monument?

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  4. เป็นคนไทยหรึเปล่า คนถ่ายอะครับ หน้าไม่เหมือนฝรั่งเลย.ขอบใจที่แนะนำประเทศไทยครับ
    Are you Thai? Your face seems Thai aye. Thanks for introducing Thailand.

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  5. Excellent….you did a good job, man. It is one of the famous place for Thai people. The boat noodle is a recommended dish that You shouldn’t miss when you reach the monument. it’s really cheap and delicious.

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  6. I go to the restaurant with the most smiling people, just joking! I have just been going to that same restaurant for a few years now, and can’t even remember why I went to them first, but just keep going back. Have you been there before? or to another one of the boat noodle restaurants at Victory Monument?

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