Mid-Autumn Festival

Every year, people know that the Mid-Autumn Festival is just around the corner when one of its hallmarks makes a return to markets everywhere across the world – the mooncake. In Bangkok, where a massive Chinese population resides, mooncakes of all flavors and sizes are popping up in stores, especially in those along Chao Phraya River. The mooncake’s round shape is simply a symbol of reunion and unity, which is why families buy them as gifts for each other. And even if you don’t like or want mooncakes, you can take this opportunity to try some of the best Chinese cuisine in the city!

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