What to Do in Pak Phanang, Laem Talumphuk, Nakhon Si Thammarat | เที่ยวปากพนัง แหลมตะลุมพุก

So, we did a day-trip to Pak Phanang and Laem Talumphuk (Talumphuk Peninsula) while in Nakhon Si Thammarat. We have been hearing a lot about the two places and now it’s time to actually be there. Below are the list to our previous episodes featuring our road trip to southern Thailand. Also, below are the list of the places we cover in this EP 5 of our Country Bum in the City Vlog. CBD EP 1 – WHAT TO DO AND EAT IN HAT YAI CBC EP 2...

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What to Do in Nakhon Si Thammarat in 1 Day | 1 วัน เที่ยวกินเล่นในนครศรีธรรมราช

Still on our recent road trip to the south of Thailand. Here is the episode on Nakhon Si Thammarat. Although not a major touristic spot, but one of the most significant in terms of histories, Nakhon Si Thammarat is known for rice vermicelli (Kanom Cheen) made fresh, shadow puppet (Nang Talung), Wat Phra Mahathat and as we found out, Champadak (จำปาดะ) as well. Below is the links to our previous episodes: CBD EP 1 – WHAT TO DO...

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New Drinks at The Loft, New Dishes at Bull & Bear, Waldorf Astoria Bangkok

Allow me to present some lively excerpts from The Loft and Bull & Bear at the Waldorf Astoria Bangkok - two very beautiful rooftop bar and restaurant in the capital. :D

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⁣At the Embassy Room, 9F of the hotel⁣—🍀Prices: Bt2,700++ per person for food only⁣ Bt4,000++ per person for the food and free-flow cocktails + sparkling wines⁣ Bt5,100++ per person for all the above + Billecart-Salmon Brut Reserve Champagne⁣ Hours: Noon - 15.00 on Sundays, reservation is highly recommended. ⁣ 🍀 Special Promotion with AMEX - Come 2, Pay 1 🥂 😍⁣ ⁣ Time now to indulge! Again! Here is my review of the Park Hyatt Hotel Bangkok’s Sunday Brunch with loads of delicious premium foods on the offering. Apart from their luscious spread of starters with highlights being so-so-good lobsters and other chilled seafood (big, fat juicy scallops, for example), cheese + cold cut platters, wonderful always-warmed bread chunks, tasty Thai dishes, beautiful salads, and roast corner, their unique features also include a la minute menu from the kitchen and from the grill that guest can order as much as they like as they should because all are very delicious. Also, save room for desserts - chunky, gooey brownie, a variety of chocolate crunches (you will see which is my favourite), and delicate chocolate mousse!! ⁣ ⁣ I particularly like the idea of made-to-order, a la minute menu for I believe this is an effective way to reduce food waste. I also like my food hot and juicy when served. And they do a good variety of their hot kitchen and the grill too. Such a lovely meal. :D

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Sunday Brunch at Embassy Room, Park Hyatt Bangkok :D

My experience having Sunday Brunch at the Park Hyatt Bangkok in Phloen Chit area. :D

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What to Do + Eat in Hat Yai, Songkhla, Thailand (CBC Vlog EP #1—Video + Guide)

  When life happened, normally I’d try my best to take a deep breath and move on. As many of you who have read my blog might remember, for the large part of last year, we got to produce a series of food videos for ThaiPBSWorld. This year, we were supposed to continue the project, but alas, things happened, and I decided to save my sanity and here we are. 😀 As a believer of what happens, happens, and that it all usually happened...

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Breakfast at Waldorf Astoria Bangkok is Voted Among One of the Best, Hence I tried :D

I have been hearing a lot about the scrumptious breakfast at the Waldorf Astoria Bangkok. It has been a rave by visitors from around the world as one of the best offered by luxury hotels in Bangkok CBD. So, here I am taking my time enjoying their full spreads of breakfast. One of the best eating experiences for me to date :D

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Spicy Chicken Laksa Easy Peasy Way

I always have a thing or two for a good bowl of chicken laksa - the bowl which, sadly, is not easily available in my hometown of Bangkok. Fortunately, I got this wonderful recipe from Marion's Kitchen and I have successfully recreated it using what's available in my hometown. So good!!

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