Long Weekend in Bangkok, Thailand – An Essential Guide | เที่ยวกรุงเทพฯ ในวันหยุดยาว

With the long-awaited, much-anticipated additional stretch of MRT underground system between Bangkok's Central Business District and Bangkok Old Town (Rattanakosin Island) finally opened, Bangkok has become so much easier to navigate and explore. Here is an essential, from-the-local guide to help you get the most out of your visit and navigate Bangkok. Enjoy!!

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What + Where to Eat in Bangkok Old Town (Rattanakosin)| ร้านอร่อยเมืองเก่ารัตนโกสินทร์

  This is an eating guide to Bangkok Old Town or Rattanakosin Island. This area contains Bangkok’s ultimate gems, which make them mandatory sites for anyone visiting town. It is a long shot trying to compile all the goodies in the area, but here’s our attempt. Bon appetit! View this post on Instagram After four lunches, this definitely (and finally) is dinner. Thank you @yuwachana of...

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An Essential Guide to Bangkok Old Town, Rattanakosin Island | เที่ยวเมืองเก่ากรุงเทพฯ เกาะรัตนโกสินทร์

Recently, I found myself going back to Bangkok Old Town, or the Rattanakosin Island, a lot. I think this is because I have come full circle, and my accumulative readings brought new lights to things I grew up with. So, here I am, trying to get things nice and easy for fellow travellers who are visiting Bangkok, Thailand. Hope you have fun and get the most out of your days here in town. :D

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The Blooms of Phang-Nga

The Blooms of Phang-NgaPhang-Nga is a place for natural worshippers. Wedged between Phuket and Krabi,the mountain-trimmed Phang-Nga is a spectacular place. The stunning limestonepeaks also lend inspiration to its unique snack called ‘Kanom Dok Phing Nga’ or theblossoms of Phing Nga Mountain.#ThaiPBSWorld

โพสต์โดย Thai PBS World เมื่อ วันศุกร์ที่ 31 พฤษภาคม 2019

The Blossoms of Phang-Nga, Thailand | ขนมดอกพิงงา พังงา

It is always a blessing for us to be able to roam our own country for something extraordinary. This time, we went down to the lush, green province of Phang-Nga on the Andaman Coast, to find out more about their unique sweet bites, inspired, of course, by the spectacular limestone peaks that surround the town. :D

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Tub Tim Krob

Late last year, CNN Travel listed ‘Tub Tim Krob’ or ‘Crispy Rubies’ as one of the world’s 50 best desserts. But what is ‘Tub Tim Krob?’ Why rubies became crispy and edible in this case? This video clip finds out and helps you understand more about this refreshing bowl of chilled Thai ice dessert. #ThaiPBSWorld #TubtimKrob

โพสต์โดย Thai PBS World เมื่อ วันเสาร์ที่ 20 เมษายน 2019

Tub Tim Krob – Thai Shaved Ice Dessert on CNN’s 50 Best

Tun Tim Krob - translated as 'crispy rubies - is a type of Thai shaved ice dessert. Late last year, this icy bowl made it to CNN Travel's 50 Best Desserts around the world list. And that shifted things in terms of our attention to this refreshing and beautiful Thai food.

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1823 Tea Lounge by Ronnefeldt at Gaysorn Village, Bangkok

The 1823 Tea Lounge by Ronnefeldt at Gaysorn Village in Bangkok is the world's one-and-only teahouse by Ronnefeldt. Apart from their wide selections of Ronnefeldt's premium teas, many of their delicious dishes also incorporate tea leaves that add to the depths of the tastes, making their recipes particularly unique and very interesting.

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Summertime Afternoon Tea at Peacock Alley, Waldorf Astoria Bangkok

The Peacock Alley of the Waldorf Astoria Bangkok - named after the lobby-floor corridor of the original Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City, which opened in 1897, is a place to gather, sit and talk. Now their newly-launched Summertime Afternoon Tea makes all occasions even creamy and scrumptious. Introduced along with the Milan-born executive pastry chef Andrea Noli, this indulgence highlights the bright tastes of Thai fruits.

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49 Best Dishes to Eat in Bangkok | สุดยอดอาหารไทย 49 จานในกรุงเทพ

What to eat in Bangkok? Or, more likely, what best to eat? Where to go for the best local food? And what would be the most real, authentic, traditional original recipes of the Thai, Bangkok, local cuisines? These can be the questions of any visitors, foodie or not, heading their ways towards Bangkok. As a proud native of Bangkok (born and bred, no less), and a self-proclaimed foodie, I am here to help. :D

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