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On the occasion of the Opening Ceremony of Chinese New Year at Chinatown Yaowarat on February 18, 2007, Crown Princess Sirindhorn graciously visited the Shanghai Inn Hotel and was welcomed by hotel president Khun Manit Udomhunadham (standing, third from right), and hotel MD Khun Lily Udomhunadham (seated, third from left).
With the launch of its new Chinatown Explorer’s Guide, the Shanghai Inn Bangkok offers visitors a handy, in-depth guide book to the many fascinating cultural, dining, sightseeing offerings in the exotic and historic Yaowarat district. As the only boutique hotel located in this area, Shanghai Inn aims to promote Bangkok Chinatown as a must-see destination for international visitors by distributing the guide to Tourism Authority of Thailand’s 22 offices world wide. Photo shows Khun Juthaporn Rerngronasa (left), TAT Deputy Governor for International Marketing receiving the Chinatown Explorer’s Guide from Khun Kanya Jaroenvitayasit, Marketing Director for Shanghai Inn.
Shanghai Inn is delighted to announce our new Bangkok Chinatown Explorer's Guide , an in-depth pocket guideto exploring the fascinating historic Yaowarat district around the Shanghai Inn hotel.
Filled with lots of background information, recommendations on what to see and do, plus a handy map,
this useful and insightful guide was created exclusively by the Shanghai Inn for our guests to help you enjoy the local neighborhood and its wealth of wonderful sights and experiences.
Take a fun tour of Chinatown in an open-air Chinese-style cable car! This free shuttle makes 6 stops at the major historic neighborhood sights. You can rest your feet and catch the bus at any of the following stops:
- Hua Lampong Railway Station
- Thian Fa Foundation Hospital
- The Old Market
- Wat Mangkon
- Kwang Siew Hospital
- Wat Tri Mit
World-famous celebrity chef Keith Floyd, known for his 20 TV cooking programs aired in 40 countries and 25 cookbooks was warmly welcomed by the management and staff of Shanghai Inn Hotel, where he stopped on his way to launch Floyd’s Brasserie at Burasari Resort, Patong, Phuket, the first and only in Asia.