Food Souvenir Stalls from Chanthaburi Along Sukhumwit Here is one of the best place to buy Food Souvenirs in Chanthaburi, most of the fruits can be found in here, especially the fruit season, you may find durian, rambutan, Mangosteen and many other fruits in here. Other than that, dried seafood from Chanthaburi is famous too. …
There are so much durian in Chanthaburi now, have you tried it yet ? It is very delicious, 30 baht /kg for Chanee D123 and 50 baht / kg for Mon Thong D159, price in the market.
One of the oldest cinema that still showing movie in Chanthaburi. Most of the cinemas are in shopping complex or The Mall now days. This is the oldest one that still opening in Chanthaburi. It was very crowd in this area before Robinson shopping complex open.
Douhua & Youtiao in Chanthaburi One of the famous Dou Hua, You Tiao in Chanthaburi. Dou Hua still selling in 7 Baht for a cup or a bag. The You Tiao she make and fry directly from there with fresh oil every night.
AIM STAR NETWORK where happiness come Locate in Chanthaburi near Robinson. A place that can bring your child to become star. If not become star at least can do perfom well like singing, dancing, presenting.
Jui & Don Saloon in Chanthaburi One of the famous Saloon in Chanthaburi. They have few branches in the Chanthaburi City, they provide professional service approved by L’Oréal. One of the famous branch is behind the Robinson Shopping Complex.
Gems Building in Chanthaburi It has been stopped for 3-4 years during the economic down in Thailand. And now the job continue again, it will be finish within these few months. Then many jewelly and gems shops will be moving in to here, become the biggest Gems and Jewelly Building in Chanthaburi.
It is 7am. The sun is getting rise from the behind of the mountain. It is a very beautiful day.
Chinese Grocery store in Chanthaburi There are many Chinese Grocery Store in Chanthaburi, they sell most of the things that you need daily.
Kao Giap Paak Maaw Steamed Envelope Dumplings in Chanthaburi. This dish has been imported from Vietnam’s Banh Cuon dumplings and modified for Thai taste.