Ice made their first voyage to Siam back in 1857, via ship, in big slabs contained by crates. To preserve the cool temperatures throughout their Singapore - Bangkok route, each slab of frozen water was painstakingly covered with layers of sawdust. It was not until almost 50 years later, however, that Bangkok was able to produce ice locally. And that was the beginning of the tasty explosions in the forms of Thai ice desserts.
Tag - Travel Tips to Thailand
Front Room at Waldorf Astoria is now reopened into a new concept. While paying homage to the mother's secret recipes, the team of chefs there also created a lot of delicious, uniquely characteristic dishes of their own. This is how we stay in touch with the contemporaries while never really deviate from our roots!
What to eat in Bangkok? Or, more likely, what best to eat? Where to go for the best local Thai food? Thai food repertoire is so much more than Pad Thai and green curry, so here are 26 Thai dishes you need to try when in Thailand.
This private collection at Nai Lert Park Heritage Home is another of Bangkok's hidden gems. It reveals modern history of Thailand's capital.
Rice and curry is a typical and traditional Thai meal. A plate of steamed rice and two or three choices of savouries make a hearty, healthy, and delicious meal. And this is another story of Thai eating culture. Enjoy!
I always have a thing or two for a good bowl of chicken laksa - the bowl which, sadly, is not easily available in my hometown of Bangkok. Fortunately, I got this wonderful recipe from Marion's Kitchen and I have successfully recreated it using what's available in my hometown. So good!!