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Close to three hours west from Bangkok, Kanchanaburi envelopes essences of Thailand within its province borders that simply cannot be ignored. From nature, culture and historical artefacts, it remains one of the most sought-after destinations in the Kingdom where the memoires of a black page in the history books remain visible.
The origins of what is now called “Krung Thep” have their roots in Rattanakosin Island. Located north of famous Chinatown and snuggling against the eastern banks of the Chao Phraya River, the historical heart of Bangkok is home to unmissable landmarks such as the Grand Palace, Wat Pho and popular evening venues such as Khao San Road.
The vast array of eateries – from the posh and fancy to the local street food stall around the corner - has made Bangkok a delectable place for the gastronomically-minded. The capital has gained its reputation for its culinary diversity for many years and new ventures to grasp a piece of the market still pop up left and right.
The culinary execution of the team behind the Manohra has resulted in not cutting corners when bringing forward the accents and delicacies of fine Thai cuisine. Its setting, a converted wooden rice barge with unparalleled views over the Chao Phraya while a team of attentive hosts almost paint your dining table with dishes from across all corners of the Kingdom.