The thais that bind on streets of sydney
Nestled on the edge of Chinatown in Australia's largest city is a vibrant and bustling street lined with pubs advertising live rock bands and row after row of businesses that wouldn't seem out of place on a Bangkok street
Ask any Thai living in Sydney where to find fresh ingredients needed for Thai cuisine, and they will point you in the direction of Campbell Street, not far from the Central railway station. Campbell Street is so dominated by Thai businesses that it goes by the nickname Thai Town. Copies of the Bangkok Post and Thai-language newspapers and magazines can be bought in any one of the half dozen Thai grocers that stretch the length of the street.
SIAMESE SUCCESS: Thai enterprises flourish in Sydney’s central business district. Above is George Street, where one of Amy Chanta’s six Thai restaurants is located.
A GROWING COMMUNITY
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