Pad See Ew: the “other” Pad Thai

Sawasdee Torn Chao (good morning) krub everyone! Have you been eating too much Pad Thai? Are you looking for an alternative noodle-based Thai dish to enjoy? Pad Thai is the most internationally known Thai dish when it comes to stir-fried …

Khao Chae – traditional way of dealing with the Thai summer

Sawasdee (hello) krub everyone! Wow, it sure is blazing up here in Bangkok. Perhaps the hot dishes are not always so cool in such crazy weather. In straight translation: Khao actually means Rice, while Chae means to soak. Khao chae …

Songkran Festival – the Thai New Year traditions and Modern Day (Water) Warfare

Good Morning everyone, as the Thai New Year approaches, we sure hope you are ready for a great adventure, because there is no escape. For those of you who are in the country from April 13th to 15th, you are in …

Pad Kra Phao + Kai Dao: the go-to of Thai meals

Sawasdee torn chao (good morning) everyone! It is a known fact that famously delicious Thai food holds a wide range of complex flavours and variety of dishes. But have you ever wondered what most Thai people would turn to when …

The Tales of Ramayana: Thailand’s retelling of the tale.

Sawasdee Torn Chao (good morning) everyone!   Have you ever been to the Grand Palace or other temples in Thailand and witness the paintings on the wall that depicts a story with an army of monkeys, angelic looking humanoids with …

Thai Female Heroes

Sawasdee krub (hello) everyone!   Feminism is an important aspect of our evolving society towards a more equal society. Today, we have many strong and proud women in Thailand, from actors, business owners and all the way to higher government …

Kuay Tiew: Street Noodles and noodle soups

Sawasdee torn chao (good morning) krub! Have you ever walked passed the street food stall/ small local restaurants selling noodle and wonder how you would go about ordering? Although you may have wanted to try, you were forced to walked …

Fruit Seasons in Thailand: All year round fruits

Thailand is known as the land of smiles but its also the land of fruits. We actually have a saying in Thailand that says “Nai Naam Mee Pla, Nai Naa Mee Khao”, which translates to “in the water there’s always …

Valentine’s Day in Bangkok

Sawasdee krub (Hello) everyone! Valentine’s Day may technically be a Western tradition but love does spread throughout the human race. So to all you love birds out there in Bangkok or those with lonely hearts looking for something to do, …