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Frequently asked questions
What's it like in China Town?
China Town is an historic neighbourhood known for its array of dining options and major shopping area. Experience the best of China Town with a visit to Bangkok Riverside and Sampeng Market during your trip.
Where is the best hotel for a stay in China Town?
How many hotels will I be able to find in the China Town area?
Expedia has 67 hotels and other accommodation options in China Town to choose from, making this an ideal home base for exploring the greater Bangkok area.
If I need to cancel my hotel reservation in China Town, will I receive a refund?
Yes! Most hotel room reservations are fully refundable as long as you cancel before the accommodation’s cancellation deadline, which often is within 24-48 hours of your scheduled arrival. If you have a reservation that’s non-refundable, you might be able to cancel it and get a refund within a 24-hour period of your booking. Put in your dates and click on “Search”, then use the filter option “free cancellation” to review top deals in China Town.
What are the top things to see and do in China Town?
While you’re in China Town, a shopping trip to Sampeng Market, Chinatown or Yaowarat Road might be the perfect way to find that souvenir you’ve been looking for. Bangkok Riverside and Odeon Circle are also a couple of places to visit in the neighbourhood. Don’t miss favourite places to visit in the surrounding area, such as Wat Pho, Jim Thompson House and MBK Center. Temple of the Emerald Buddha and Wat Arun are also worth a visit when you’re out sightseeing in Bangkok.
How can I get around China Town and the greater Bangkok area?
Looking for a quick way to explore more of the city? Catch a ride on metro transit at MRT Wat Mangkon Station and Hua Lamphong Station. To venture out of town, take a train from Bangkok Hua Lamphong Station.