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Bangkok Street Food – 5 Tasty street food in Bangkok

5 the best places tasty street food Bangkok Thailand, 

When it comes to food, you almost can’t resist this idea, right? Well, working out or losing weight does not matter at all because food always comes first. Today, we’re going to take a look at 5 Street Food destination in Thailand with great atmospheres and delicious cuisine. Let’s make a list.

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Victory Monument

tasty street food Bangkok in Victory Monument. It’s the place that can truly be called “Food Land”. Victory monument is always crowded since it is the center of mass transportations. There was even a saying in Thai, “Every road leads to Victory Monument”.

Of course, this assemble point must be packed with delicacy right? You can fill your tummy with a wide range of cuisine, from sweet to savory in the alleys and streets. How to get there: BTS, Victory Monument Station Operating Hours: 10.00 AM – 20.00 PM

Recommended Restaurants: – Toy Kuaitiao Ruea Lang Wat (Boat Noodles), (located on the backside of Ma Kok Temple, near Ratchawiti Hospital) – Fish Maw in gravy soup, Je Deang Chuan Chim (located on Ratchawiti Road, Soi 6, on the opposite side of Wutthisak Clinic) – Soi Kuaitiao Ruea (Boat Noodles Alley) (There are several eateries on Phaholyothin Road, just before you reach the express van station under the tollway)

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chinatown, bangkok, thailand – circa may, 2015: cars and shops on yaowarat road, the main street of china town.


tasty street food Bangkok in Yaowarat. How can we miss this one?! This area is loved by both Thai people and foreigners because it is packed with yummy food. If you have never been to Yaowarat, well, you’re out. 

It has savory cuisine, fruits, smoothie, and desserts – all you can taste while strolling around. It is surely a treasure for food hunters indeed. How to get there: MRT, Hualamphong Station Operating hours: Local market at day and street food area at night, starting from 18:00 PM ‘til early morning

Recommended Restaurants: – Jek Pui Rice and Curry (Je Chie) – Black Sesame Dumpling in Ginger Tea & Ginkgo Nuts with Fresh Milk – Fried Noodle with Chicken, Nai Hong (Mr. Hong) – Toy & Kit Seafood (T&K SEAFOOD) – Paste of rice noodle, Kuai Jab Podchana

Rachawat Market

Rachawat Market / Sri Yan Market Rolling away from Yaowarat, you will find a quieter district like Dusit. Take Nakornchaisri Road and it leads you to the 2 oldest markets in town. Ratchawat Market is filled with food on both sides of the boulevard.

Keep going for a little bit, you will see Sri Yan Market that is rich in good quality cuisines, both for the market zone and the street food zone.How to get there: Take Bus No.14 from Victory Monument or Bus No. 524 from BTS Saphankwai Station Operating hours: Afternoon is the best time for lunchRecommended Restaurants : – One Star Roast Duck – Gang Pa Sri Yan (Fish Curry Sri Yan) – Rachawat Noodle in Gravy Soup

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Charoenkrung and Bangrak

tasty street food Bangkok in Charoenkrung and Bangrak. Another famous foodie destination that conquers any ideas of getting fat. You might tell your friend, “I’m gonna get fat and nothing’s gonna stop me cause there’s a lot of food here.” Once you walk through Charoenkrung street to every corner and alley, you will see fatty grilled pork, sweet-scented noodle soup, roast duck, and fresh fruits as well as vegan restaurants.

Well, Charoenkrung has every sort of cuisine gathered here. How to get there: BTS, Saphan Taksin Station Operating hours: day and night

Recommended Restaurants: – Ku Lap Pork Boat Noodle – Prachak Roast Duck– Tienzin Vegan Restaurant – Home Cuisine Islamic Restaurant

Talad Plu

Talad Plu A traditional street food destination that stems from Wongwien Yai. It is packed with international cuisines and a wide range of food options – many restaurants are guaranteed by awards and certifications.

Take this auntie’s old-school Vietnamese stuffed crispy omelets place for example. She placed all her pictures and prizes on the electric post. Why waste more time? Come here at once! How to get there: BTS, Talad Plu SationOperating hours: 24/7

Recommended Restaurants: – Ting Fish Rich Soup – Somsak Steamed Crab Meat   Well, those foodie destinations make you feel like you wanna go there and grab something to eat right away? Strolling around while eating food seems to be the idea you can’t resist. Forget about getting fat, it is time for food here!

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Mallika City Kanchanaburi – Ancient Siam

Lost in Time in Mallika City

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A tourism hot spot most interesting at this moment is Kanchanaburi province for its wide variety of places to go to, such as Mallika City, Sangkhla Buri district, the bridge over the River Kwai, Srinakarin Dam, underwater Temple Church at Wat Wang Wiwekaram, Erawan waterfall, or Thailand–Burma Railway Centre.  And to top that list, we recommend a small cozy town called Mallika R.E. 124 (or the Year 1905 A.D.)  (R.E. stands for Rattanakosin era.)

Today, we are taking you back in time in the reign of King Rama V, the year R.E. 124, when the town’s people were living by the Chao Phraya Basin in the beautiful town called Mallika.  We will highlight some of the most interesting things to explore.

1. Strolling over the Han bridge

The Han bridge earned its name from the way it was originally built from slabs of wooden boards long enough to extend the width of the waterway.  One end was nailed dead to the ground, while the other was not, so it can be swung to make way for the boats paddling down the waterway.  Then HM King Rama IV expressed his kindness to rebuild the bridge, redesigned to be made from a steel frame and padded down with wooden boards.  When HM King Rama V took the reign, was the bridge rebuilt with new design of wooden arch spans like that of the Rialto Bridge in Venice and Ponte Vecchio in Florence, Italy.

The Han Bridge brings back the memory of life along both shores from the past.  The merchants used to sail their boats bringing their merchandise to the market of people living ashore who came out of their Thai traditional-style houses.  In the present days, visitors can douse their hunger with authentic cuisines from the Thai restaurants along the shores.  All merchants are suited up in Thai traditional outfits that go together with the town’s arts and building styles that have been preserved through time.

2. Thai vintage clothing for rent

Mallika City Kanchanaburi is a vintage town, so visitors who are in the right mood can find rentals of vintage clothing to fit their size.  We must say that you should do so, just so you do not look out of place, because almost all tourists, officials, and merchants are all fitted out in vintage clothing. 

No need to bashful, as it is not often you can find a town like this.  We cannot stress how much fun this experience can bring you!  The rental price is as follows:

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(1) Female

Price 200 THB: shawl, Thai loincloth, jewellery, belt and an umbrella

Price 300 THB: ham sleeved shirts, satin sash, Thai loincloth, jewellery, belt and an umbrella

(2) Male

Price 100 THB: Kui-heng shirt, Thai loincloth and waistband

Price 300 THB: royal patterned shirt, Thai loincloth

(3) Child

Price 50 THB: round basket collar shirt for girls, Kui-heng shirt for boys and Thai loincloth

Remark: All prices are subject to change on certain dates.

3. Be lugged around town

Pulled rickshaws are charming in a town like Mallika.  Back in the reign of King Rama V, the Chinese immigrants were the ones pulling them around town.  Visitors can get the service for just 50 THB per trip. 

Tickets are available at the ticket counter at the town centre.  Find out how it must have felt like in the old days when mostly well-to-do women used to be lugged around town in these pulled rickshaws.

4. Holed coins

The currency used in ancient Ayutthaya and Sukhothai was holed coins.  At Mallika City Kanchanaburi, they are also using those to buy products and services throughout the town. 

It is a rather strange experience but charming nevertheless.  The exchange rate is about 5 THB a satang, being the unit of currency of these holed coins, and there are 1, 2, 5, and 10 satang coins available.

5. A taste of authentic Thai cuisine

After getting tired from taking selfies and making your friends jealous, if you are hungry, the locals are ready to serve you authentic Thai dishes, food, desserts, drinks, fresh produce, dried fruits, and preserves.  There are so many shops to choose from beginning at the entrance down to the town centre.  Many make your order right in front of you.  Pick up the food, and feel free to walk around.  After the meal, take a look at the souvenir shops and take something back for the folks at home.

For those who want to shy away from the chaos in the city, come and relax in this old town that is well preserved through its history, Mallika City Kanchanaburi.  They are open from 09:00 – 18:00.  An all-day ticket for an adult is just 250 THB, and children/seniors just 120 THB.  A ticket for dinners and evening exhibitions for adults is 700 THB and children/seniors just 350 THB.

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Scream out loud at 5 Theme Parks in Thailand

AIRPORTELs would like to recommend 5 of the most fun theme parks and water parks in Thailand. Let us guide you to the best places to enjoy a wonderful trip.

1. Siam Park City (Suan Siam)

We are certain that many of you thrill-seekers have heard of this theme park because Siam Park City has been open for at least 30 years now. It is a large amusement park and water park spanning an area of 119 acres. In fact, it is fully equipped with numerous rides for adrenaline addicts to scream out loud all day. 

The park prepares safe fun rides for kids as well.  The main attraction of Siam Park City is a large artificial sea and a 7-storey tall water slide.  Here are 5 zones of the most terrifying thrills that visitors shall be drawn to:

Water Park – According to Guinness World Records, Siam Park City offer the worlds largest wave pool.  That sounds interesting. 

X-Zone – Full of fun and challenges. There are various rides to enjoy such as the boomerang, giant spider, and flying balloon.

Family World – A zone for wholesome family fun where every member can enjoy the same rides and gain tidbits of knowledge about wildlife at the same time.

Fantasy World – A zone for visitors who have sought the rides of their dreams their whole life. Get on Rock & Roll, or the Two-headed dragon boat, and see for yourself.

Small World – A zone for little kids no taller than 130 cm. There are plenty of colorful fun attractions, and they are intended to inspire.

Opening Hours: 10:00 – 18:00 (Daily)

Ticket fees: Adults 900 THB.  Children (below 130 cm tall) 120 THB.  One ticket gives entry to both the amusement park and the water park.

Location: 203 Suan Siam RD, Khan Na Yao District, Bangkok 10230

2. Dream World

As the name suggests, Dream World offers visitors of all ages a world of wonder. The park opened on February 5, 1994. It covers 63 acres and is divided into 4 eternally fun zones:

Dream Wolrd Plaza – A zone enriched with beautiful things that anyone dares dreaming of.  Along the trail in this zone, visitors can find a lot of fancy architecture and ornate structures all around them.

Dream Garden – A vast floral zone. The flowers are housed under several majestic sanctuaries, surrounded by shimmering lakes that lend themselves to a cool breeze all day.  Visitors can spend all day here and never get tired, but in case they do, just hop on a cable car and enjoy the ride overlooking the garden from above.

Fantasy Land – One zone that all the girls will adore because it is full of myths and fairies, some of which include the castle of sleeping beauty, the gingerbread house, and the giant’s house.

Adventure Land – A zone for the adventurer seeking exhilarating fun, testing their fears with many exciting high-rise rides such as Sky Coaster, Sightseeing Train, Viking, Snow Town, and Haunted Mansion.

Opening Hours: 10:00 – 17:00 (Daily)

Ticket Fees:

– Adult 150 THB, child 120 THB.

– Ticket and rides combo: 395 THB (one ride only) 440 THB (multiple rides)

– Tourists or non-Thai residents 450 THB

Location: 62 Moo. 1 Rangsit-Ongkarak Road Km 7, Bueng Yitho, Thanyaburi, Pathum Thani 12130

3. Santorini Park

Built to serve a unique experience to visitors, Santorini Park started with the inspiration to be an “Amused Shopping Experience”.  The architecture of the park is no less beautiful than Santorini Island in Greece. 

Plus, it is thronged with Bougainvillea which is the symbol of the island.  Santorini Park is a theme park that features many different types of rides, such as a Ferris Wheel, Merry Go Round, G-Max Reverse Bungee, Capsule Flip Up the Sky, G-Max Giant Swing, and more. 

Specifically designed for kids, comes Wallholla jungle gym. 7D Dark Ride is a ride that is highly technologically advanced.  4DX Rider is a 4-dimension theatre that allows the audience to experience excitement and adventure while strapped safely to their seats. 

Ticket Fees: 50 THB

Opening Hours: 10:00 – 20:00

Location: Khao Yai sub-district, Cha-am District, Phetchaburi province 76120

4. Santorini Water Fantasy

Santorini Water Fantasy is a water park for the modern digital era, the one and only one in Asia that meets the expectation! Everything about it is so hi-tech, and no other can come close.  

They are not just for insane thrills, but their safety was approved according to world standards.  The water park provides an additional service called “Santorini Connects” that allows visitors to register for admission with their Facebook account and with their wrist bands, visitors can purchase digital money, stored digitally in the wrist band, and go have fun. Also, the band can be used to upload photos of your moments to your social account as you are having fun around all 5 slides in the park: Ares’s King Cobra, Apollo’s Drop Screamer, Vulcan’s Kamikaze, Bacchus’s Magic Hole, and Venus Free Fly!

Ticket Fees:

– Adult 900 THB

– Child (90-130 cm tall) 500 THB

– People with disability (identification card required) 500 THB

– Senior (over 55 years old) 500 THB

Opening Hours: 10:00 – 20:00

Location: Khao Yai sub-district, Cha-am district, Phetchaburi province 76120

5. Cartoon Network Amazone Waterpark

Cartoon Network Amazone is a spanking new water park in Thailand, built with such large investment of more than a billion dollars! It is designed to win the hearts of the Cartoon Network audience, by magically bringing the cartoon characters to life. Therefore, be prepared for the grandeur of fun in the first Cartoon Network water park in the world.

Opening Hours: 09:00 – 18:00 (Daily except for Sunday)

Ticket Fees: Adult (age 13 – 64 years old) 1,290 THB.  Child (age 3 – 12 years old) 890 THB

Location: 888 Moo.8 Na Jomtien sub-district, Sattahip district, Chonburi province

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Thailand’s Rainy Season: 10 hotspots worth beating

Though the heat still lingers boiling in some areas and moderate in others, Thailand comes rainy season is still one charming sightseeing spot for visitors.  Even in shade or muggy rainfall, you can still imbibe that misty air and the smell of the lush landscape after the rain.  These are 10 top visiting sites that you can unwind and should not pass up even if it rains mad in Thailand.

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1. Doi Inthanon National Park, Chiang Mai Province

Of all the mountains in Thailand, Doi Inthanon reaches the furthest up.  The air is chilly all year round, a bit warmed up in summer.  Bikers and rovers alike love starting their adventure up the mountain in cool breeze, cruising gradually along the road with windows rolled down and feeling the misty air in serenity of nature most untouched.  The fog gathers thicker in rainy season than it does in winter. 

The is formed in the woods, and is pushed out to the plain by the wind rendering the dreamiest landscape the nature could ever offer.  Going high up and pay respect to the miracle of nature that last only a few hours since dawn: the sea of fog.

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2. Phu Langka Forest Park, Phayao Province

Phu Langka is another park that visitors blithely come time-and-time again to admire the sea of fog even in rainy season for those who miss out in the winter.  When the fog is formed over the fields of blooming colorful wild flowers just before dissipating into the wind, it is an unforgettable sight seared into one’s memory forever.

3. Chiang Khan District, Lei Province

Indulge into one of the best preserved Thai traditional way-of-life of the northeast.  Experience uniquely charming landmark of Thai folk-style wooden house.  Then take a raft down Mekong and check out all colorful pebbles at Kaeng Khut Khu that spans almost fully across from side to side of the river. 

And do not forget to catch the sea of fog on Phu Tok (the Lonely Mountain) that stands in the emblem of provincial seal.  Shoot selfies all you like for the world to see.  Tag the special someone along, and double the fun.  Or visiting alone, but the joy never seems any less.

4. Siam Tulip Field, Chaiyaphum Province

From Pa Hin Ngam National Park, the scent of Siam Tulips field will leave visitors breathless.  During the rainy season from June to August, Siam Tulips are in bloom revealing their pinkish purple petals that simply matches the color of green field that extends for miles from Pa Hin Ngam National Park to Pha Sud Phandin (Earth’s Peak.)

5. Raft ride, Kanchanaburi Province

Raft ride is great when traveling in group of friends and family. Kanchanaburi has many routes to choose; from cruising down the river on a nice cool day to awesome adventure of wild stream.  Many rest stops are by the river ready to compliment your nice raft rides.

6. Bee Park, Ratchaburi Province

Once an ore mine, Bee Park is just as beautiful in rainy season as it is in winter for its perfect blend of wild flowers, brooks in the midst of mountain range by the west border of Thailand. 

Frequent travelers come to enjoy being close to nature on vast land, and visit the Phawotai Museum in Thai contemporary house design housing historical artifacts of the locals.  Also make sure to put these spots on the list: Baan Hom Tien, Alpaca Hill, and Veneto floating market.

7. Khao Yai National Park, Nakhon Ratchasima Province

This Thailand’s first national park is blessed with bountiful ecology of wild animals, perennial woods, flowers most sprung to life in rainy season – perfect for true nature lovers.  

The air feels as light as a whisper perfect to visit some of the most frequent spots such as Hew Narok Waterfall, Hew Su Wat Waterfall, and Pha Kluai Mai Waterfall.  Then relax at Palio and feel at home, for their array of European style shops are screaming for you to take some snaps.

8. Choew Lan Dam, Surat Thani Province

Choew Lan Dam or Khao Sok National Park is a top scenic spot for visitors to wake up in cool morning fog and burbling clear streams.  Feel free to go in.  Take a plunge or simply lay afloat all day.  For those who don’t with to get wet, rent a raft.  There is nothing better than being surrounded by nature sipping cold beers.

9. Tee Lor Su Waterfall, Tak Province

Asides from being the largest waterfall in Thailand, Tee Lor Su’s second-to-none grandeur is best experienced in rainy season.  The sound of plunging water onto the rocks below can be heard all throughout the forest, so you know you are far from raucous car engine in the city. 

Most wild flowers there are in full bloom just when the rainy season is ending.  That’s a tip for you, nature hunters.

10. Krung Ching Waterfall, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province

Originated in Khao Luang National Park, all 7 tiers of Krung Ching Waterfall are named Mud Pae, Fon San Ha, Plew, Jon, Joan, Ton Toh, and Wang Rua Bin.  The second tier is the largest and most beautiful for its gradual, almost artistically, trickling water, a perfect spot for family picnic and relax.

Asides from the above top 10, many other sites await you to explore and make a visit to remember for life!  Thais are known to be very friendly for foreigners.  They are polite and care very much for others wellbeing.  Your visit to Thailand will be so endearing once you get to see Thai smile; there is nothing like it.

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