5 spots to see Old Bangkok in Bangkok

1) Kudi Jin

The square and maze of passageways built over waterways next to the Chao Phraya River is home to Bangkok’s Portuguese community, dating from 1760. Wooden teak houses have Mary door knockers and Jesus portraits, and you’ll find a longstanding bakery making three-generational traditional Portuguese snacks. 


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