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Christmas Dinner in Bangkok: Restaurants, Locations, and Prices
It was around seven thirty. The staff came out and lined up on the floor. I took a bite of my chicken, watching closely, then put my fork down, grabbed my daughter, and balanced her on my knee. We both peeked over the balcony of the second level, where we had been eating our dinner. The music came on and the staff below us began to sing and dance. They slid their feet and circled their hands. My daughter, enjoying the theatrics, tilted her head left and right to the rhythm of the music. From the inside, it would’ve been hard to tell that we where in the middle of Bangkok, celebrating what would normally be a cold and snowy night in New Jersey. But if you looked past the decorations and the giant tree, toward the front door, just through the stained-glass window, you could make out the colorful taxis and speeding motorbikes and fish ball peddlers. All of which give Bangkok it’s unique character.