Centre Point Sukhumvit Thong Lo
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCentre Point Sukhumvit Thong Lo Bangkok
Thong Lor is a busy area in Bangkok where there are mid/up market bars, restaurants, shops, mixture of stalls, lots of bridal shops, hotels and busy roads.
Thor Lor wasn't the best of areas we have been to in Bangkok due to the bars being a little out of our price range but there looked to be quirky, interesting bars/ restaurants, it was still enjoyable being in the lively, vibrant streets of Bangkok.
We did stumble across a great little restaurant called Sit And Wonder doing a lunch special though and I (Aaron) had my favourite meal of my travels so far..Red Thai Curry! Oh wow, it was so good! It was nice also to have food in a restaurant as we haven't experienced that since New Zealand!
After walking up and down the street taking it all in, it was time to head back for the evening.
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