Ratchaprapha Dam in Khao Sok National Park of Surat Thani, south of Thailand, is a dreamy, picture-perfect destination. We stayed one night there, on a raft, experiencing the naked and pure nature as it is.
Guay Tiew Reur ก๋วยเตี๋ยวเรือ or 'boat noodle' is a type of Thai noodle that is so unique and delicious. This typically fiery bowl has its origin linking to the man-made canals in Rangsit District of Pathum Thani. This blog post is about the noodle's genesis, its tastes, and rituals. And how Thai people usually eat them right to the sweet ending.
A bowl of red curry with pumpkin is my childhood memory. This is an old-school variation of Thai curries that has become harder and harder to find. So, why not making it for ourselves, especially when cooking is called for in the time of self-sustaining lockdown. So comforting and delicious!
Thai-style omelette has recently been transformed from a mere side dish to the main thanks to the new idea to glam up this 'desperate' ingredients into something extraordinary with crabmeat and seafood.
Ko Samui is one of Thailand's most popular islands of the South. In our recent roadtrip, we took a ferry there and spent six fabulous days basking in the sun and eat a lot of delicious local foods. Here is our small and delicious guide to the island. Enjoy!
Similan Islands are part of Mo Ko Similan National Park in Phang Nga that was established back in 1982 before including Ko Ta Chai in 1998. The annual tourism season to the archipelago begins in October throughout May each year, before being closed in other months for restoration during the monsoon season.