Where to Eat in Singapore (#1) | รวมร้านอร่อยสิงคโปร์ #1

During our week in Singapore, we experienced deliciousness in great magnitude. And still we missed out on so many. This is the first post in our Singapore series. These are most scrumptious foods of Singapore that we would very much like to recommend. And with this post, we thank our good friends over there. You know who you are 😀 orders not arranged by preferences.  Hokkian-style Prawn Mee at Tekka Food Centre This long-standing...

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Astoria, Oregon – A Guide | เที่ยวแอสทอเรีย โอเรกอน

A friend is going to Astoria, Oregon, and asked for my advice, hence an excuse to repurpose this story I have published in Thai a while ago. Astoria is a port town, a cannery town, and a town where the cloudy mist is perennial. People who like it sunny and vibrant might find this place too wet and sludgy. But if you like it murky, dreamy, rainy, and cloudy, and adore the squeaky sounds of the squeegees, Astoria will be a perfect choice for a...

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Where to Eat in Phuket City (Local + Peranakan Style) – 9 ร้านอร่อยห้ามพลาดในเมืองภูเก็ต

(ภาษาไทยด้านล่างค่ะ) The City of Phuket – UNESCO’s 18th City of Gastronomy – is the island’s preserved cluster of cultures. Old streets lined with Anglo-Portuguese shophouses, charming cafes and museums. Plus, this is the place where you can munch on their tasty Peranakan dishes, which are the local adaptations of Chinese-Malay recipes particularly perpetuated throughout the Strait of...

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ธนาคารปู บ้านปลา ประจวบคีรีขันธ์ | Crab Bank + Fish Habitat in Prachuab Khiri khan

(⬇︎ ภาษาไทย ⬇︎) Local fishermen in Thailand are fighting a losing game against the deterioration of marine ecology caused by destructive fishing equipment and over fishery. In this video, we interviewed two fishermen in Prachuab Kirikhan province. One heads the community’s blue swimming crab cooperative that plays an important role sustaining and increasing the crab populations in the area. Another is a young...

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ร้านอร่อยปราณบุรี | Where to Eat in Pranburi

(⬇︎ภาษาไทย⬇︎) I supposed you’ll feel like a good spree of tasty local seafood when you are Pranburi – an idyllic seaside town about half an hour drive from the more touristic Hua Hin.  So, yes! here are the top three that we highly recommend. We were there several times and still like them all. Pranburi is still local and away from it all, hence their food still pretty much rustic (which we love), super...

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Udom Pochana Pranburi | อุดมโภชนา ปราณบุรี

(⬇︎ภาษาไทย⬇︎) Udom Pochana is a family-style seafood restaurant in Pranburi district of Prachuab Kirikhan, about half an hour south of Hua Hin. It is also perhaps the longest standing in the area. After 58 years at its original location near Pak Nam Pran, the restaurant has now moved and expanded. Now, the restaurant which is run by second and third generations can serve up to 800 guests. Live bands during weekends, mostly...

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Toledo, Spain |โทเลโด เมืองมัวร์ สเปน

(⬇︎ภาษาไทย⬇︎) Toledo, Spain – After Madrid, we began our Iberian Peninsula expedition in Toledo – the former capital of Spain – about 90 kilometres south. It was a stopover on our way to Salamanca, and we first took sight of their gorgeous and naturally fortified ancient city that was listed as a World Heritage by UNESCO in 1986. จากมาดริด...

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Madrid – A Guide | เที่ยวมาดริด สเปน

(⬇︎ENGLISH⬇︎) มาดริดไม่ได้เป็นเมืองที่สวยงามที่สุดในยุโรป แต่ก็เป็นเมืองที่มีประวัติศาสตร์น่าสนใจโดยเฉพาะที่เกี่ยวกับประเทศเพื่อนบ้านอย่างโปรตุเกส...

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Mercado San Miguel, Madrid | กินทาปาสที่ตลาดซานมิเกล มาดริด

(⬇︎ภาษาไทย⬇︎) It would not be an exaggeration to say that our first and foremost destination in Madrid when we were there last time was not their gorgeous historic/modern buildings, but this fantastic Mercado San Miguel. This is the ultimate ready-to-eat food market smacked in the middle of the Spanish capital, hence pretty easy to access from any where. Just take the metro to ‘Sol’ station which is the central...

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