Thailand

Food in Thailand for kids

Many wrongly think that all Thai dishes are incredibly spicy and completely unsuitable for the average European, let alone children. Just think that Thais have children too, and they don’t get chili peppers in a bottle of milk. Amazing, isn’t it? Of course, Thai children eat non-spicy dishes, of which there are plenty in Thai cuisine. Today I will …

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Street food in Thailand

Regarding street food, all visitors to Thailand are divided into two camps: those who are sure that such treats are dangerous, and those who boldly try them. Firstly, street food is a great way to get acquainted with Thai cuisine and fully immerse yourself in the authentic atmosphere of the country. CNN named Bangkok the city with …

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History of Thai tourism

The Tourism Authority of Thailand or TAT celebrated 60 years of operation. It is difficult for us now to imagine that in those days the Kingdom was far from the modern country. The popular resorts were hamlets without electricity. There were no shopping centers and luxury hotels. And Bangkok itself was a town with dusty streets and rice …

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Thai Desserts

In addition to the fact that Thais are not fools to eat well, they also love all sorts of sweets. Last time I told you about the variety of main dishes and hot food at Sandy Market in Phuket Town. And today we will talk about sweets at the Naka market. Because no restaurant is ready to offer …

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Thai Cuisine

Thai cuisine is popular all over the world due to unusual combinations of products and bright tastes. Local chefs use a variety of spices, herbs and dressings in order to spice the dishes. Europeans on arrival in Thailand note the unusual spiciness of food, so in restaurants you can hear a request not to add …

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Wat Arun

Thailand is a country remarkable in that there are 31,200 Buddhist temples, called “Wat” in Thai.The most famous is Wat Arun, the country’s stone shrine, located in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand. The temple, the name of which is translated poetically “Temple of Dawn or Morning Dawn” is spread out on the left bank of the …

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Emerald Buddha

The Emerald Buddha is a 66 cm high translucent bright green statue depicting a seated Buddha in a yogic pose. The Emerald Buddha is considered the protector of the Kingdom of Thailand not only among Buddhists, but also at the state level. Buddha and his teachings Buddha is not God, not the Creator, and not …

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