Food stalls will be banned on the streets of the Thailand’s capital


The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) order affects all of the city’s 50 districts, including the the famous Yaowarat and Khaosan Road area. The official announcement Tuesday was issued from another perspective, different of a recent appreciation: a month ago the US TV network CNN named Bangkok’s street food the best in the world for the second year in a row. In fact, the roadside restaurants serving up cheap bowls of chicken soup and pad Thai are part of the city’s charm and culture. This is a major draw for tourists. A such plan will be a major change in the country, possibly with an adjacent economic impact.


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