Foods and drinks

Luk Chup Candy: Thai traditional dessert

One of the most colourful desserts you will see in Thailand is Luk Chup Candy. It is candy that is design to look like miniature fruits and vegetables such as bananas, chilies, cherries,…

Best dishes must-try in Thailand

Thailand is a country famous for its beaches, bars, culture, hospitality and, obviously, its food. Thai cuisine is one of the most famous in the world. the following are best dishes must-try while in Thailand. >>Khao Pad-Thai Fried Rice >>Jim Jum (Thai Hot Pot) Gooay teeo reua Gooay teeo reua translates as ‘boat noodles’, so-called

Khao Pad-Thai Fried Rice

Thailand is rich with foods and agriculture products all year round. There is an abundance of natural ingredients and spices used to create delicious Thai dishes known around the world. Even a simple dish like Khao Pad-fried rice can provide nutritious value with a satisfying taste. >>Jim Jum (Thai Hot Pot) >>Thai Dessert: Mango Sticky

Jim Jum (Thai Hot Pot)

Jim Jum (also called Chim Chum) is a street food that’s wildly popular in Thailand. >>Thai Dessert: Mango Sticky Rice >>Top Drinks Must-Try In Thailand About Jim Jum Jim Jum is a street version of hot pot in Thailand. Its origins are Laos or Khmer. The name comes from the way it is cook and eats. Jim means to

Thai Dessert: Mango Sticky Rice

Mango sticky rice is a famous dessert in Thailand and not to be missed. >>Top Drinks Must-Try In Thailand >>Eating In Phuket: Typical Thai Breakfast Mango and sticky rice Although mangos seem to be available in Thailand all year around, they are at their very best between April-June. The mango flesh should be bright, yellow and

Top drinks must-try in Thailand

Among the tasty meals, Thai drinks are enough delicious to make tourists mouth-watering. The following are top drinks in Thailand excluding the fruity ones. >>Eating In Phuket: Typical Thai Breakfast >>Khao Soi – Northern Thai Curry Noodles Thai Whiskey The good old whiskies, MeKhong and SangSom, are best friends of most backpackers partying in Thailand. Although,

Eating In Phuket: Typical Thai Breakfast

Outside Bangkok, Phuket probably has the widest variety of food choices in Thailand. One of the main reasons for this is the island’s long history as an international place, going back to the tin-mining boom of more than a century ago. These days, the island’s inhabitants come from all corners of the globe, but varieties

Khao Soi – Northern Thai Curry Noodles

It’s about time we started showcasing some of our favorite delicious Thai food with you all! After all, one of the reasons we chose to move to Thailand was because we absolutely love Thai cuisine. So for all you food lovers, feast your eyes on our first Thai food contender, Khao Soi. >> Foods And Drinks >> Pad Thai

Pad Thai

Pad thai or phat thai is a stir-fried rice noodle dish commonly served as a street food and at casual local eateries in Thailand. >> Foods and drinks >> Khao Soi – Northern Thai Curry Noodles It is made with soaked dried rice noodles, which are stir-fried with eggs and chopped firm tofu, and flavored with tamarind

Khao Lam – Sticky Rice in Bamboo

When you are travelling to Thailand, one of the highlights is always tasting the local specialties. Last weekend I was in Nakhon Pathom which is famous for khao lam – which is sticky rice cooked in a bamboo tube. There are different recipes. You can use either black or white sticky rice. Some will also