Usually a town so close it is overlooked, Nakhon Pathom has proved, at least for us, to be a food haven and a place great for a short escapade. Merely 50 kilometres west of Bangkok, this is a town full of histories, beautiful and peaceful sites, and local deliciousness. We were there for a short weekend and liked it. :D
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Hoping to get the most out of your trip to Bangkok? Here is the list of the mandatories, the sites you cannot miss while roaming the capital city of Thailand.
You can definitely learn about one's tradition and culture through food. Case in point is the centuries-old Japanese haute cuisine of Kaiseki Ryori - the elaborate multi-course meal that reflects the Japanese super precise and neat, albeit subtly flavoured, cooking methodology. Yamazato at The Okura Prestige Bangkok is one of a handful (if not the only) Japanese restaurants in Bangkok that serve traditional Kaiseki Ryori in both lunch and...
One of Bangkok's premium, five-star hotels, The Okura Prestige Bangkok's neat and meticulous features reflect the strong traits of 'Omotenashi' or the Japanese hospitality with extra care in all details. We stayed in their Deluxe Corner room and tried their unique and very delicious Japanese breakfast. :D
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
Nai Lert Park Heritage Home was built in 1915 as an out-of-town retreat for Nai Lert Sresthaputra or Phraya Bhakdinorasresth and his family. A lot of stories can be learnt from this house. After all, Nai Lert was bestowed the royal title of Phraya Bhakdinorasresth by King Rama VI for his and his wife's generosity and public services. The title means the 'Beloved Millionaire.'
I'd say curiosity moves the world. It makes everything more interesting, fun, and worth exploring. I grew up eating all kinds of noodle, Hakka noodle or ก๋วยเตี๋ยวแคะ included. But then, what exactly is Hakka Noodle? The triangle tofu? The broth? Or the person who prepares it?
Wise people, and I mean wise foodie people, once told me that to get to really know the place well, you might want to start at the fresh market. The stomach of the place, the galley, the soul, and the direct path into the heart of locals. So here we are tackling Phuket fresh market for their special UNESCO-listed delicious repertoire.
UNESCO City of Gastronomy, Phuket Town is a real foodie town. Among their amazing arrays of local delicacies is a variety of tea snacks, many of which are an integral part of their daily life. The delicate and cute and delicious Pang Pia is among the oldest recipes.