Hey Bangkok Puerh Folks

One of the intentionally aged teas, Pu-Erh has a loyal following.

Feb 17th 16 12:21 am
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Re: Hey Bangkok Puerh Folks

by msimplym » Feb 17th 16 12:21 am

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid ... =3&theater

here is the photo of this shop. I was trying to upload it to the website, but stupid script not allow me to publish the photo without problem. So, my photo was published at Facebook. Welcome to watch there (another not best place)

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Aug 11th 16 5:15 am
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Re: Hey Bangkok Puerh Folks

by john.b » Aug 11th 16 5:15 am

Here is a Google street view link for the JRT shop, which works as both a picture and location:

http://goo.gl/maps/CBcbN

Those are the two main places I know about related to carrying pu'er in Bangkok. A tea shop in Paradise Park mall not so far South of Thanya Park on Srinakarin Road might be worth a look (the one in the food court area is better than the one closer to the Villa grocery store on the other end), but I'd expect their offerings are limited and a bit basic compared to those other two places.

That recommendation is more about the search being part of the experience, and if someone is already at Thanya Park they're already down in that corner of Bangkok anyway. Now that I think of it there's no tea there but might as well go see Mega Bangna and IKEA too; they're around 10 minutes further out.

Jan 15th 19 7:36 am
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Re: Hey Bangkok Puerh Folks

by Ludovitche » Jan 15th 19 7:36 am

john.b wrote: Here is a Google street view link for the JRT shop, which works as both a picture and location:

http://goo.gl/maps/CBcbN

Those are the two main places I know about related to carrying pu'er in Bangkok. A tea shop in Paradise Park mall not so far South of Thanya Park on Srinakarin Road might be worth a look (the one in the food court area is better than the one closer to the Villa grocery store on the other end), but I'd expect their offerings are limited and a bit basic compared to those other two places.

That recommendation is more about the search being part of the experience, and if someone is already at Thanya Park they're already down in that corner of Bangkok anyway. Now that I think of it there's no tea there but might as well go see Mega Bangna and IKEA too; they're around 10 minutes further out.
Is it still open ? StreetView seems to indicate there is a Hair salon instead...