A Noodle House In Bangkok

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Bangkok is one of my favorite Asian cities and it is famous for street food. They are really cheap and tasty. However, I don't usually go to street vendors because of hygienic reason. I prefer shops or eateries. This noodle house called "Rung Ruang" is considered one of the best in Bangkok. They only serve until afternoon and there is always a line-up. But still, make sure you go there in your next visit to Bangkok. Don't miss out on delicious food!


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