What’s the fate of Khao San Road’s food stalls?


The food stalls in the great Khao San Road are not looking as good as they once did. At one time, this area was full of tourists and able to be seen by many people who were interested in this time period and the lives that the settlers of this area led. But due to a government crackdown on street stalls, it is sad to see the state of what the stalls have now become but the bottom line is it is what it is.

Key Takeaways:

  • The food stalls at Khao San Road banned by the city from operating outside the hours of 6 pm and 12 am.
  • It is hard to imagine what the fate of these particular stalls is going to be.
  • Many people want to preserve the stalls but some find them to be unnecessary to keep.

“The ban was slapped on the stall owners for BMA to regulate hygiene, monitor traffic, create parking space for ambulances and return the sidewalks, which the stalls currently occupy, to pedestrians.”

Read more: https://travelwireasia.com/2018/08/whats-the-fate-of-khao-san-roads-food-stalls/


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