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

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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One Salad, Four Names

Tao Kua is a regionally ubiquitous dish of the Thai deep south. It is a salad. A hearty snack, some-thing locals there eat between meals. While Hat Yai and Songkhla people call it ‘Tao Kua,’ people in Surat Thani call it ‘Pak Bung Tai Rao,’ while Muslim folks know it as Ro Yor. This is one in-teresting dish that beckons you to travel more and explore the native dishes of Thailand.

โพสต์โดย Thai PBS World เมื่อ วันอังคารที่ 30 เมษายน 2019

Tao Kua – a Thai Southern Salad | เต้าคั่ว อาหารว่างแบบชาวใต้

Another instalment of our contribution to ThaiPBSWorld - the English-language news site by the Thai Public Broadcasting (ThaiPBS). This time, we devour a typical Thai southern style salad that is regionally ubiquitous in the region. This one particular dish has at least four different names that we know of. Cheers!

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You’ll Have to Come to Lipe to See the Lipe Sea

Thai people have a word for those with frustratingly always innocent and optimistic views of the world. We call them 'beautiful-world people' or 'Puak Lok Suay.' I am definitely not one of those, and this is my not-so-rosy review of Koh Lipe in Satun, southern Thailand. This is a paradise so fragile, it can easily be ruined by an inconsiderate next door neighbour. What can we do better with our environment and human manners?

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The Different Sides of Thailand In “One Night Stay with Locals” | โปรแกรม โฮมสเตย์ ทั่วไทย

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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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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Phuket – UNESCO City of Gastronomy | ภูเก็ต เมืองมรดกโลกด้านอาหาร

PHUKET, THAILAND, UNESCO CITY OF GASTRONOMY for a big time foodie like myself, stalking the aisles of super scrumptious local foods in Phuket still feels like running a full-blown marathon. It is exhilarating, euphoric, and yet so never-ending. Allow me to clarify. This is not our first time visiting Phuket and stuffing our faces away. Phuket is our top-listed favourite town. We come for the gorgeous beaches, the superlative resorts, the...

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