While Bangkok citizens are debating whether or not the government’s plan to set up walking streets in the capital is a boon or bane, travel website mylatedeals.com has recently conducted research and released a ranking of the world’s best cities for street food. And, of course, Bangkok has made that list.
The cities that made the list were ranked based on the number of street food vendors, affordability, the number of street food tours, experiences and, importantly, sanitation. The Street Food City Index ranked the top 30 street food cities in the world for food-obsessed travellers.
Like it or not, Hong Kong made it to the top of the list, beating fierce competitors like Bangkok and Ho Chi Minh City. The rest of the top 10 are Singapore, Mumbai, Rome, Tel Aviv, Sydney, Mexico City and Portland.