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  • gottlieb

    Never visited but when I hear stories of Bangkok they often include street food vendors. This seems like a very stupid idea if they enjoy tourism money.

    • drunkenninja

      It's literally what Bangkok is known for. How do you make such a stumble, corporate greed is my guess.

  • gladsdotter

    Or not:

    Richard Barrow, one of the longest running travel bloggers in Thailand, has claimed the report is “fake news”. He said on Twitter: “Wanlop Suwandee, chief adviser to Bangkok’s governor denied that he said Yaowarat and Khao San would be the next target.” He added: “As expected, the man The Nation interviewed denied he said there'll be a blanket ban on street food. Chinatown and Khao San will stay the same.”

    • drunkenninja

      Looks like Bangkok will remain a must visit on my list of places I still haven't been to.

  • Assassin

    Like the article points out: it's part of their culture... Many of the vendors survive because of street food selling. And how about tourists? A lot of them, when visiting Bangkok are enjoying street food.

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