The road from the airport to the city is quite long, so if you get hungry, you can stop at a restaurant on the way. Vietnamese dishes are served here, cooked at home. The portions are generous, the service is quick and cordial.
Let's start our acquaintance with the architecture of Bangkok by walking near the temple complex, located near the city railway station. The building is not as cult as the temples we will visit tomorrow, but no less interesting. The facade, decorated with unusual bas-reliefs, deserves special attention.
Looks like we're postponing our introduction to local cuisine for tomorrow. Today we will have dinner in a Japanese restaurant that specializes in tonkatsu - deep-fried chops. Judging by the reviews of visitors, there are a lot of Asian delicacies here and besides chops. Have a nice evening!