Street food stalls in Bangkok

Bangkok Wants Street Food Vendors to Pay Tax, Set Income Limits

On May 29th, 2024, Bangkok Governor Chadchart Sittipunt and relevant agencies convened to review new guidelines and conditions for street stalls on public sidewalks.

Blackpink’s Lisa Manoban visits Michelin-starred street food restaurant Jay Fai in Bangkok

Governor Chadchart stated that the meeting focused on evaluating street vendor income criteria and tax submission requirements to the Bangkok government.

According to the new guidelines, street vendors in designated relaxation zones must have a net income of no more than 25,000 baht per month after one year. Vendors exceeding this income threshold are expected to relocate to other permanent rental spaces.

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By Kittisak Phalaharn

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