Know your Thai Fruit: A beginner’s guide

  • Posted on: February 25th, 2016

I was never a big fruit eater when I lived in the West. I’d enjoy an apple and an orange, and much down on a banana when needing a quick energy snack, and look forward to the occasional punnet of strawberries mid-summer, but fruit wasn’t something that ever got my taste buds excited.. Until I moved to Thailand at least. Know your Thai Fruit: A beginner’s guide

Best Ice Cream in Bangkok

  • Posted on: December 2nd, 2014

Bangkok Ice creamWhile Thailand is not so well known for its desserts, and has no real history or tradition with ice cream, today’s generation of Thais, and Bangkokians in particular, have fallen in love with ice cream and frozen yoghurt. There’s been some kind  of ice cream revolution in the Bangkok city over the last decade, and as well as an invasion of Svensons, Hagen Das, and Dairy Queen vendors and restaurants,  you’ll also find several exciting brands of Thai ice cream competing in the market. Best Ice Cream in Bangkok

Best Restaurants in Chinatown, Bangkok

  • Posted on: July 25th, 2014

Chinatown RestaurantsAnyone who has ever been to Bangkok’s Chinatown will tell you about the amazing colors, sounds, and most importantly, smells you’ll discover here. Even if you’ve just eaten, the aromas filling the air from Chinatown’s many street eateries and restaurants can be kind of hypnotic, leaving you desperate to try as much of it as you can. Best Restaurants in Chinatown, Bangkok

Best Restaurants in Siam

  • Posted on: July 4th, 2014

Red SkyHistorians, and those who bothered to read their lonely planet guide on the flight over, will tell you that Siam is the old name for Thailand, derived from the ancient Sanskrit word Syam, meaning Brown Face. However, today Siam is anything but ancient, and in fact a trendy, shiny, modern, shopper’s paradise, with mega mall, standing beside mega mall, beside mega mall. Best Restaurants in Siam

Thai cooking classes in Bangkok

  • Posted on: June 13th, 2014

Thai food is amazing, maybe the greatest cuisine in the world and so it’s natural that many of us soon become fascinated with Thai cuisine, missing the colors, aromas, and taste (of course), when we go back home.
Thai cooking classes in Bangkok

Satisfying you sweet-tooth in Bangkok

  • Posted on: March 19th, 2014

Thai SweetsMuch is said about Thailand’s savory cuisine, and many travelers will return home from Bangkok raving about the amazing curries and rice dishes they encountered, often craving them for days, weeks, and months to follow. However, little is said or heard about Thai sweets and desserts.. Satisfying you sweet-tooth in Bangkok

Secrets of the Thai Diet

  • Posted on: January 29th, 2014

Thai foodWhether you are a Bangkok newbie or a seasoned expat, you never quite get over the way food plays such a huge part of Thai culture and how everyone is always eating, and yet the vast majority of locals are so slim and fit. Food is everywhere, from the basements of malls to the rooftops of the tallest hotels, on almost every street and corner, and the amazing flavors and flagrances of the local cuisine are constantly tempting you. Secrets of the Thai Diet

Top Thai Restaurants Bangkok

  • Posted on: July 18th, 2013

thai restaurantWhen it comes to eating local, most of us don’t hesitate to indulge in some Bangkok street food or seat ourselves at a non-descript Thai shop house restaurant, expecting a tasty meal, and rarely being disappointed. However, if you are one who seeks the finer things in life and are looking for a 5-star meal in luxurious settings, this is a city that has plenty on offer.

Top Thai Restaurants Bangkok

5 date restaurants in Bangkok

  • Posted on: May 30th, 2013

romanticLooking for a date restaurant during your Bangkok trip? While it may be known as a city of sin the capital of Thailand has no shortage of romantic hideaways and intimate diners perfect for wooing a new lover or rekindling an old flame. 5 date restaurants in Bangkok

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