The Black Durian of Chantaburi, Thailand :D

Above: This is not your everyday durian, but the rare and much-coveted ‘black durian’ that fruit orchardists usually keep for themselves and exclusively share with their loved ones. View this post on Instagram The story of the much-coveted black durian of Chantaburi is now on my blog. Link via bio. #durian #thailand #chantaburi #JoyfulChanthaburi #LocalStrength #Thailand #amazinggolocal...

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The Different Sides of Thailand In “One Night Stay with Locals”

Above: Dinner at Ban Sam Chong Nuea community in Phang Nga, south of Thailand. Above: Be at one with waters at Pa Tew Community (Bang Son) in Chumphon. Localism is on the rise as evidently in latest get-to-know local program by the Tourism Authority of Thailand. Their newly-launched ‘One Night Stay with Locals’ is packed with 13 new programs that spread from North to South and everything in between. Choose from small villages in Phang...

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The Fountain Market of Chantaburi | ตลาดน้ำพุ จันทบุรี

A town’s market is always a great place to start exploring local foods. In the case of Chantaburi, their main fresh market – ‘Talad Nam Pu’ – is the main draw. Named after a fountain erected as a roundabout in the middle of the entrance plaza, Talad Nam Pu is bursting with fresh produce, cooked food and Chantaburi’s famous ingredients twice a day: early morning from dawn or about 5am until about 9am and...

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Durian Massaman and Other Goodies at Chantorn Potchana in Chantaburi | มัสมั่นทุเรียนและอื่นๆ ที่ร้านจันทรโภชนา จันทบุรี

I mean, as we all know, durian by itself is already something. But in Chantaburi, they are again ahead of the curb. Instead of just showcasing their abundunce ‘king of fruits’ in fresh forms, they also make a curry out of it. This place, Chantorn Potchana ร้านจันทร โภชนา, is where we ate quite a bit during our durian-searching trip to the province last month. Among their popular items is this luscious...

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Soneva Kiri Koh Kood, Trat

(TH/EN) being Thailand’s fourth largest island located right at the end of Thailand’s eastern marine territory, Koh Kood has remained relatively unscathed from developers’ bulldozers thanks mainly to its distance from the mainland and a lack of convenient means of transportation. | หน้าร้อนอบอ้าวแบบนี้...

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