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The Mighty Mayong-chit: A Must Try Summer Fruit!

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In Thailand, certain fruits are available seasonally, such as durian, mangosteen, longan, lychee, and mango.  Thais look forward to savouring these delectable treats and often tend to go overboard, enjoying them to the maximum.  Mayong- chit, is no exception!  However, you will have to act quickly as it’s season lasts only a few weeks from ...

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Taste of Thailand Vendor Spotlight: Bae Sun Li Dessert Chinatown

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Bae Sun LiDessert is a well-known pastry shop located at the heart of Bangkok’s Chinatown, Yaowarat.  Taste of Thailand Food Tours had the opportunity to sit with KhunMonthon, the shop owner last week where he told us about his shop and pastry business. -Good afternoon KhunMonthon! – Hello, I am MontonAsavajindajitra, I am the owner ...

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Celebrating Bangkok’s Spots on the 50 Best List, 2017

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Bangkok is famous for nightlife, shopping, and plenty of amazing food!You can find great eats from the low budget to the extreme in price.  Once only know for local, traditional Thai specialties, Bangkok has now taken its place on the global food stage because of its variety in cuisine and experimental restaurants creating fresh new ...

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Taste of Thailand Food Tours Guide Spotlight: Khun Sarida

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Food Specialist & Tour guide, K. Sarida Tour guides are the heart of our food tour business and recently Taste of Thailand had the chance to chat with our guide Khun Sarida to find out a little bit more about her. Sarida is a very smart, intelligent and hardworking tour guide who always welcome foodies with ...

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Nam Tok: The lesser-known sister of Larb

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In a recent post, we discussed Larb, a well-known spicy meat salad , originating from Laos. It is a zesty, often warm, salad, made with chicken, beef, duck, fish, pork or even mushrooms. The chili, onion, fish sauce, lime juice, vegetable, lemon, roasted ground rice (khao khua) and kaffir lime leaves that go into it ...

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Island Life: Riz Hits Koh Larn

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Koh Larn had always been on my travel checklist- not only because of its proximity to Pattaya beach but also because it’s a coral island for which I always have had an obsession. The name Koh Larn actually originated from the word coral. In Bangladesh, where I come from, we have St. Martin’s island, which ...

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Behind The Scenes: A Chat with our Food Curator, K. Jacob

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Meet the Food Curator: Jacob Holder Good afternoon, Khun Jacob! It’s a nice sunny day and thanks a lot for your time. My first question is- Tell us something about how the idea started. Why did you decide to operate a food tour instead of establishing a travel agency or something else? Inspired by friends ...

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The Many Types and Flavors of Thai Rice

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Thailand is the second largest rice exporting country in the world.  But much of the rice stays in the country, as well, since rice is so central to Thai life.  When we say we want to eat, we say ‘Kin Kao’ which literally translates to ‘eat rice’!  It is eaten morning, day and night in ...

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Taste of Thailand Food Tours Guide Spotlight: Khun Jum

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Tour guides are the heart of our food tour business and recently Taste of Thailand had the chance to chat with our guide Khun Jum (WATCHARAPORN PONPAI) to find out a little bit more about her.   Where are you from originally? Kanchanaburi province. How long have you been a guide? I have been a ...

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Happy Children’s Day Thailand!

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This weekend, we celebrated Children’s Day here in Thailand.  This annual day brings families and children out to play, explore, learn and discover.  We at Taste of Thailand Food Tours like to think that everyday is Children’s Day!  Here are some of the great shots of kids on tour with us over the last few ...

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Suan Luang Rama IX Flower Park

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         If you are ever bored with the same scene  in Bangkok, day in and day out, and want to try something different and refresh your mind, then Suan Luang Rama IX could be the best choice for you. It’s a little bit of heaven on earth and the largest green space ...

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Taste of Thailand Food Tours Guide Spotlight: Khun Noom

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Food Specialist & Tour guide, K. Noom Tour guides are the heart of our food tour business and recently Taste of Thailand had the chance to chat with our guide Khun Noom to find out a little bit more about him. -Where are you from originally? – I was born and live in Bangkok, I’m a ...

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Good Foods to Eat in Cool Weather

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It’s officially winter in Bangkok and Thai people and the expat community already started to wear long sleeves. In morning, sometimes a gentle, tender breeze blows and Bangkokians might just switch their morning drink of choice from iced to hot coffee to stay comfortable in this chilly (well, for Thais, at least) weather. Apart from ...

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Cool Times in Chiang Mai

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With this great breeze, cooler temperatures and lower humidity, Thailand has been finally blessed with a dip into cool season!  While many choose to stay in Bangkok and enjoy the different weather and special, quieter time of year, many do run for the hills to really take advantage of the cooler weather and get a ...

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In Memory of King Bhumibol, on the occasion of his birthday

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King Bhumibol Adulyadej (born 5 December 1927) was the ninth monarch of Thailand (Rama IX). He was the world’s longest-serving head of state having reigned for more than 70 years. He was regarded not only as the Father of Thailand, but as a role model for all through his generosity, compassion and sincere love of his ...

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Taste of Thailand Food Tours Guide Spotlight: Khun Joker

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Food Specialist & Tour guide, K. Joker Tour guides are the heart of our food tour business and recently Taste of Thailand had thechance to chat with our guide Khun Joker to find out a little bit more about him. -Where are you from originally? -I’m from right here in Bangkok! -How long have you been ...

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Thailand Favorites on Ice: Refreshing Drinks

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It’s no secret that Thai people love sweets. Well, it just doesn’t apply to Thailand! The love of sweets is quite universal! Every country has their own cultural desserts, cakes, and sweet traditions to celebrate different types of festivals and enjoy the everyday wonders of their cuisine.   One very common way to enjoy sweetness ...

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Taste of Thailand’s Vendor Spotlight: J.Long

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  J.Long is a fruit vendor located at Bangrak area. Taste of Thailand had this opportunity to have an interview session with her last week.   -Where are you from originally?   I am originally from Samut Songkram province.   -How long have you worked here/owned the business?   My family were gardeners, growing Pomelo. ...

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Bangkok Unseen Part I: Rajamangala Night Market

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Welcome to our new blog attraction Bangkok Unseen’s first episode! We plan to keep you in-the-know about places you may not have known about. Rajamangala Night Market is one such place and it’s located in the square right in front of Rajamangala Stadium in the Ramkhamhaeng area near Ramkhamhaeng University. It is open daily from ...

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Taste of Thailand Food Tours Guide Spotlight: Khun Bella

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Food Specialist & Tour guide, K. Bella Tour guides are the heart of our food tour business and recently Taste of Thailand had this opportunity to sit down with our guide Khun Bella to find out a little bit more about her. -Where are you from originally? -I come from SamutSakorn province. My hometown is there. ...

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Thai Beer Part I: The Famous Brands

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Beer is a popular drink of choice, here in Thailand. Whether it’s because of the refreshing feeling during the hot weather or the way that it pairs so well with many local foods and snacks, Thai beer is a great choice! In Thailand, you can also get foreign beers like Heineken, Corona, Hoegarden, Carlsberg etc. ...

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Talad Rod Fai Vintage Night Market: A great place for your weekend!

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Talad Rod Fai (translated as ‘train market’)is an authentic open-air bazaar,  night market, and popular hangout with the city’s hip and stylish. There are two Rod Fai markets, one located on Srinakarinsoi 51, and the other is in the Ratchada area. The markets are not your typical experience, however.  They display items from antique furniture ...

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Taste of Thailand Food Tours Guide Spotlight: Khun Jung

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Food Specialist & Tour guide, K. Jung Tour guides are the heart of our food tour business and recently Taste of Thailand had this opportunity to sit down with our guide Khun Jung to find out a little bit more about her. -Where are you from originally? -Nonthaburi,which is a peaceful city to the north ...

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Thai Salads: Yum

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  Thai salads are most commonly know as ‘yum’. Yum, meaning “mix,” is a hearty dish consisting mostly of meat, fish, or seafood together with many other typically Thai ingredients which may include peanuts, fruit, and herbs. It’s tossed just before serving often with chili fish sauce, sliced fresh shallots or onions, fresh or dried ...

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Taste of Jungle Food in the city

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A favourite hidden gem on our tours is a restaurant is run by Khun Somyot and his family from Song Peenong district, Suphanburi (one of the provinces in Thailand which is very famous for “jungle food”). A former Police Sargeant, when Khun Somyot moved to Bangkok 20 years ago and started this restaurant, the name “Song Peenong ...

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Taste of Thailand Spotlight: Social Media Intern, Riz

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It was the sunny month of June 2015 while I was having my summer break when I came looking for an internship opportunity in Thailand. Locals say that Thailand has only three seasons- hot, hotter and hottest! It’s true because Thailand is hot year-round but extremely hot from April onwards and during June, the weather gets hot ...

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Wa Tow – Historic Chinese Herb Shop

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   This store, visited by Taste of Thailand Food Tours on our Village of Love Tour, has a very long history dating back to World War II. The store is run by Mr. Prawit, the grandson of the original founder. Before the war started, Mr. Prawit’s grandfather was a carpenter, then he had an idea ...

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9 Auspicious Thai Desserts

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There are many amazing desserts in Thailand, but today we are highlighting nine special sweets used for traditional ceremonies such as weddings or housewarmings, because of their good meaning.  They are intended as a blessing for the one who receives them. Many of the desserts use egg yolks and sugar, originally brought to Thailand in ...

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How to eat Durian

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Durian has always had a bad rap. It has a very strong odor and formidable thorn-covered husk. It is not quite welcoming to those who have never tried it before. This king of fruits should not be feared, however! Those who love it, really love it, so why not give it a try? Check out ...

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Boonsap Desserts: Classic Thai Desserts in The Village of Love

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While our tours focus on delicious Thai food, it’s the stories behind the food and the people who make it, that really bring our tours to life!  We’ve decided to share some of those stories and personalities with you through our blog, starting with a real gem:  Boonsap Desserts. On our latest jaunt through the ...

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Beat the Summer Heat, Royal Cuisine Style!

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A few weeks ago, we mentioned Kaow Chae, in our post about regional Thai foods. Being that it is truly the hot season now, this is a “must try” dish when visiting Thailand in summer, especially around Songkran time!   Originating from the Mon people, this dish, considered Royal Cuisine, is traditionally found in abundance ...

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Celebrating Songkran: Traditions & Festivities

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The Songkran Festival is the celebration of the Thai New Year in mid-April (13-15), the hottest month of the year here in Thailand. Having fun (Sanook) is a part of Thai culture and during Songkran, Thai people enjoy themselves and play friendly water fights as part of Songkran’s ‘fun’ activities. But this is not all, ...

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Thai Herb Refreshing Drink

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Thailand is very hot country, as you know. We have only hot and very hot seasons. We are coming upon the month that is typically the hottest month of the year in Thailand, April. So, how do we stay cool here? Besides the usual staying in the shade, fanning ourselves and eating ice cream, refreshing ...

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Local Thai Food from Four Different Regions

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There are so many very famous Thai foods such as Tom Yum Kung, Phad Thai, and Papaya salad (Som Tum). However, those well-known foods are not all we have in Thailand! I would love to tell you more about different kinds of food from other regions and provinces in Thailand. Let’s start from the North ...

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Our Great New Ayutthaya Adventure

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W e are excited to announce that Taste of Thailand Food Tours has finally launched “The Great Ayutthaya Adventure”, our full-day food and cultural tour to Ayutthaya! Ayutthaya is the ancient capital and modern city in the Central Plains of Thailand, 85 km north of Bangkok. It is the Capital City of the Province of the same ...

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Coming Together Over Food: A Banquet for the Senses in the Countryside of Chiang Mai

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   Living in the city, It’s rare that you get a chance to experience the quiet of the country, an uninterrupted view of the sky and the sounds of nature.  In an effort to get outside of our regular life, we ventured out into the countryside of Chiang Mai, driven in the back of a ...

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Chinese New Year : Places to visit in Bangkok

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It’s Chinese New Year – what a great time to enjoy the tastes of sites of Bangkok’s Chinatown! Located in the Yaowaraj district of Bangkok, Chinatown is full of Chinese traditional shops, foods, and flavor. Chinese New Year is one of the most vibrant events in Thailand. It’s widely celebrated all over the country.  The ...

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Low Fat Thai Foods for New Year 2016

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Are you a health conscious foodie? Do you love to eat Thai food? Do you want to begin your food journey with “Low Fat” Thai Foods for this year?Then we have written this blog article  for you! Thai foods are a great choice for the diet-conscious and those who love to keep fit. Personally, I ...

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Thailand National Children’s Day (Wan Dek)

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Children are the future of a country and in Thailand, they are considered the most valuable resource of the nation. There is a Thai saying that states, “Children are the future of the nation, if the children are intelligent, the country will be prosperous.” Like other countries, Thailand observes National Children’s Day (Thai: วันเด็กแห่งชาติ), celebrated here ...

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Don’t Waste Your Food!

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  Can we imagine how many foods are being wasted every year throughout the world? According to a recent report by UNEP and the World Resources Institute (WRI), about one-third of all food produced worldwide, worth around US$1 trillion, gets lost or wasted in food production and consumption systems. The amount of food lost or wasted ...

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A Culinary Journey with Gaggan Anand

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In June, CNN’s ‘Culinary Journeys’ follows Chef Gaggan Anand of Bangkok’s Gaggan, as he takes us on a Culinary Journey to his home town, Kolkata in India. Anand has seasoned his reputation in Bangkok, one of the world’s culinary capitals. His eponymous restaurant in the Thai capital reinvigorates Indian cuisine by incorporating modernist cooking techniques. ...

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3 of our Favourite Foodie Floating Markets

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Travellers dreaming of Bangkok often have a visit to one of the city’s many floating markets high on their list of must-dos. Yet floating markets in and around the Thai capital offer more than the obvious photo opportunity of the canal-based traffic jams of Thailand’s past. Many are also prime eating territory, serving up the ...

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Our New Food Walking Tour Around Bangkok’s Chinatown

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You might have already seen our exciting announcement via Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, but if you missed it… we have launched our latest walking food tour in Bangkok’s Chinatown! The Chinatown Food Crawl initially runs on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays as the sun sets and the streets come to life! This vibrant area is touted ...

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Popular Bangkok Attraction: Wat Arun

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Wat Arun is one of the most famous and most loved temples in Bangkok, and with good reason. It is certainly one of our favourites in the city. The full name of the temple is Wat Arun Ratchawararam Ratchawaramahawihan named after the Hindu god Aruna. Built in the Khmer style, Wat Arun features a central prang ...

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Five Different Ways To Travel Around Bangkok

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There are various different ways to travel around Bangkok, either by joining one of the more unique tour groups (such as our own of course!) or by using one of the many forms of public transport. Each brings with it fun and a guarantee of an experience. This is our pick of the best ways ...

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Where To Spend Valentine’s Day 2015 In Bangkok

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Just in case you have missed the red heart displays in window shops and the tables full of heart shaped boxes of chocolates we have a newsflash for you: Valentine’s Day is on 14 February and it’s the day of the year you are expected to go overboard in showing your nearest and dearest how ...

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How To Spend 48 Hours In Bangkok

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Bangkok is an amazing city, with everything from historical temples, to green leafy parks , to the most fantastic markets to some of the best food you will have the chance to experience for pennies. Day One Insider Tip: Book a hotel in walking distance to a BTS station or ensure your hotel has a ...

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Focus on Thai Dishes: Pad Krapao

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A real Thai classic Pad Krapao ( which means basil stir-fry) topped with, or served over, a crispy fried egg with a slightly runny yolk. Most of the street vendors around Thailand will serve krapao as it is a very popular lunchtime dish – indeed it is a joke in many offices when you don’t know ...

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Best (alternative) rooftop bars in Bangkok

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The lights! The sights! The dizzying feeling of being on top of the world! Everyone loves a rooftop and Bangkok is full of them. It seems like every fancy hotel has a swanky bar at its summit, from the excruciatingly elegant (and aptly named) Vertigo at Banyan Tree to the achingly chic Park Society at ...

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Gin Jay? Thailand’s Vegetarian Festival 2014

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The Vegetarian Festival is a bright and lively celebration held over a nine-day period in September/October. The Chinese community consider that abstaining from during the ninth lunar month of the Chinese calendar will be rewarded with good health and serenity. As is typical with many Chinese festivals, the origin of the Vegetarian Festival is not ...

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Where Should I Stay in Bangkok?

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Contrary to many popular travel destinations, there is not one “central” district of Bangkok – there are several. This can cause tourists who have never visited the city something of a conundrum when trying to decide where to stay. Here is our rough guide to the main areas of the city: Sukhumvit This is the ...

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Because in Bangkok, when it rains, it pours!

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In Thailand, the Rain Gods take a holiday from November and leave us all in sunny peace. Come April, when we’re all being melted to the pavement, they start having one or two occasional days in the office and by June, they’re pretty much clocking-in full time. The downpours are foreshadowed with an ominous gathering ...

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Top 3 Thai Food Apps

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Hey food lovers, what’s ‘appening? Here’s how to put some delicious Thai food at your fingertips… It’s no secret that we believe that Thailand is home of some of the best food in the world. With all that flavour and variety, we want to eat it, cook it and share it all day every day. ...

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Top Five Thai Beaches & Islands

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In addition to its food, Thailand is perhaps most well known for having some of the prettiest beaches in the world. When we aren’t busy eating, we love nothing better than heading out of Bangkok and hitting the beach to relax. But with so many to choose from, where are the best beaches and islands in ...

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Our Favourite Bangkok Food Blogs

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At Taste of Thailand, we love sharing with you not only food we discover and sample as part of our tour, but also the history of Thai food and some popular Thai dishes and how they are made. We are also big fans of reading other blogs – there are some amazing food blogs in ...

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Our Favourite Thai Curries

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Thai curry is made from paste, coconut milk or water and then seafood/meat/poultry/vegetables and fresh herbs are added. Thai curries differ from their Indian cousins thanks to their use of fresh ingredients like herbs and aromatic leaves rather than spices. Common ingredients of curry pastes are: – Chillies (the type of curry will determine whether dried ...

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Lost In Translation Competition

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Oftentimes foreigners in Thailand don’t choke from the spiciness of Thai food, rather from the laughter at some of the Thai-English menu translations one can encounter in the Land of Smiles. While Google Translate is a terrific tool, when solely relied on, it can sometimes have highly entertaining consequences. Like our surprise to see we ...

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The History Of Thai Food

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Undoubtedly, one of the most popular cuisines worldwide, but what makes Thai dishes so well loved? How did they originate? Thai cuisine is a simple yet clever combination of Eastern and Western influences harmoniously combined into that je ne sais quoi. Sour, sweet, salty, bitter and spicy flavours work together to make each dish come ...

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Giving Back To Our Community

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Thailand is a predominantly Buddhist country. From a Buddhist perspective,  karma is very important. People who follow Buddhist principles believe it is why we are here and why we experience ups and downs in life. Thai people believe that Buddhist monks are the ones that have entered the path to enlightenment and help keep the ...

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Southern Thai Cuisine

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Southern Thai food tends to be much hotter than Thai food from other regions of Thailand and being heavily influenced by flavours and spices used in Indonesia and Malaysia, it is known for its sharp and intense taste. We would like to share with you some popular dishes from Southern Thai cuisine. Geang Probably the ...

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Why Thais Love Tea!

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There are many coffee and tea street stalls dotted around the streets of Bangkok, and indeed the rest of Thailand. Following the Chinese revolution and the defeat of the Kuomintang (KMT) by the Chinese communist party in 1949, thousands of KMT soldiers and their families were forced to flee China. They were welcomed by the ...

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5 Fun Facts About Thailand

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This is probably evident already, but just in case it isn’t we will say it again. We are massive fans of our beloved Thailand. The food (this at the very least was probably apparent!), the people, the temples, – we love it all! But did you know the following about Thailand? 1. Land of the ...

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Where To Eat After Curfew

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You would probably have had to have been asleep for the last two weeks to have missed that there has been bit of a shakeup in Thailand with the country now being governed by the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO), a junta of the military army. The main question for visitors to Thailand ...

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Food As An Aphrodisiac

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We’ve blogged before about our food tour being set in Bangrak, Bangkok’s village of love, which is very apt. There is something about food and love which just goes together hand in hand (pun intended). Scientific tests have proven that some aromas can cause a greater effect on the body than the actual ingestion of ...

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5 Benefits Of Coconut Water

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Coconut water is the liquid found inside young, green coconuts and is the ultimate thirst quencher, offering a tasty alternative to water, especially in the recent heat and humidity of Bangkok. April and May are the hottest months in Thailand, and it is important to ensure you keep properly hydrated, especially if you are off ...

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Tom Yum Goong (Spicy Prawn Soup)

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We’re just going to come out and say it. Tom yum goong (sometimes pronounced tom yum kung) is the flavour that defines Thailand! There’s just something about that tangy flavour and the rich colours which emanates Thailand. The words “tom yum” are derived from two Thai words: “tom” and “yam”. “Tom” refers to boiling process, ...

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Spice Up Your Life: Thai Chillies

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The chili (also known as chile pepper or chilli pepper) is the fruit of plants from Capsicum, which are members of the nightshade family, Solanaceae. The term in British English and in Australia, New Zealand, India, Malaysia and other Asian countries is just chilli without “pepper”. The substances that give chili peppers their intensity/heat when ingested ...

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Durian: King of Fruits and Discussion

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We are now in the durian season in Thailand.  There are 30 recognised species of the “king of fruits” which belongs to the Malvaceae family. Thanks to its distinctive smell, durian is very much a love it or loathe it type of fruit. Fruits can grow up to 30 cm long and 15 cm wide ...

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Best Places To Celebrate Songkran in Bangkok

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Thailand is well known for its festivals, and as of this weekend, Songkran, the most popular festival of all will be with us. Songkran celebrates the start of the new solar year and sees Thailand move officially into its summer season! April is also Thailand’s hottest month, so it is probably good in more ways ...

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Top 5 Thai Restaurants Along Sukhumvit Road

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As much as we enjoy our street food, and eating fabulous meals for under 50 baht, we also enjoy visiting restaurants for a slightly different experience of food. Bangkok is such a large city it would be remiss of us to simple pick our five favourite Thai restaurants across the city, so we are going ...

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Popular Thai Snacks

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It’s probably hard to believe that in between all of the tasty Thai dishes we consume each day that we have room to snack, but somehow we manage it – we burn a lot of calories on our food walking tours so we need something to keep our energy levels up! One of our favourites ...

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Khao Man Gai

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As we highlight in our very first post, one of our favourite Thai dishes is the simple and humble, yet tasty khao man gai. Despite being commonly found with street vendors, this is a meal you are unlikely to find in Western Thai restaurants – that said we hear there is a street food chain in Portland, ...

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Thailand: Street Food On Sticks

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Thai street food is world famous, but probably every third store that you stumble across will have some form of food on a stick for sale. So why is food on a stick so popular in the Land of Smiles? To be honest, we are not really sure why, but it is probably because it ...

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Top Five (Other) Places To Visit In Bangkok

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Well of course, our number one recommendation is the backstreets and alleyways of historic Bangrak where incidentally we happen to host our delicious Village of Love food tour, but when we aren’t busy eating our way through the dishes and culture of the neighbourhood, we do like to get out and explore the rest of ...

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Mango Sticky Rice

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Although famous for its delicious savoury dishes, Thailand desserts are perhaps not so well thought of. However, the simple but delicious mango sticky rice is one of the most, if not the most popular Thai desserts and it is also one of our favourites! Although mangos seem to be available in Thailand all year around, ...

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Our Favourite Thai Fruits

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We’ve said it once, and we will say it again, Thailand is known for food. Many of the food stalls you will see adorning the streets will be selling freshly cut seasonal fruits, and wander around any wet market and at least half of the stores will be selling them whole. So we thought it ...

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Thai 101

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Thai is far from the easiest language to master. It is a tonal language in which each word has one of five tones that are integral to and can drastically change its meaning. In addition, vowel length is also important. Every word is either short, with a quick cut off pronunciation, or is long and ...

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Bangrak: The Village of Love

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Welcome to February! Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and what could be more perfect than doing that little bit something different with your loved one? Our signature tour is based in Bangkok’s Bangrak, or translated into English, “Village of Love” which locals deem as being one of the best areas for food in ...

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A Taste of Thailand

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Welcome to our blog! Here’s where you can find our best recommendations about Bangkok and Thailand, concentrating primarily of course on the wonderful food and places to eat that we love to explore! Even for those who have lived here a while, the wide variety of Thai dishes on offer can seem over whelming, and ...

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