This episode brings to viewers the sprawling city's temples, its huge flower market, its vibrant klongs (canals), and the cuisine that have all helped make Bangkok the world's most-visited city by travelers. Washington, DC, restaurateur Daisuke Utagawa and travel journalist Rudy Maxa peruse vendors and markets and make dining on street food approachable to anyone.
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