This lane is a laneway within the Chinatown area. Basically, it is mainly Chinese. The Chinese here are mainly Cantonese Chaoshan boxes. People who speak Chaoshan dialect are not able to communicate here.
The alley is located in Chinatown. The whole alley sells snacks and Chinese specialties. It takes a lot of time to go from beginning to end because there are many special things to buy and eat. But because there are many Cantonese people here, you can eat a lot of Cantonese. Style cuisine
It is not easy to find this lane of Trok Itsaranuphap, thanks to the help of the Map APP. In fact, it is a small alley, similar to a market, with various shops and stalls selling clothing, food, daily necessities and so on. A bit like Sampeng Lane Market. Many stores speak Chinese, and many of the prices are also in Chinese. Although the market is not big, it still has a breath of life.
The food in the alleys of Chinatown is a great collection, seafood is very fresh, rich in the local life.
I saw a lot of gold shops. The price of gold is cheaper than in China and is worth seeing and buying. There are also a lot of snacks, and one restaurant is hot and tastes good. In short, I am very touched and the small shops with all their sights are very simple.