7 Tips To Start Building A Thailand Tourism You Always Wanted

01 Sep 2017 13:36

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Ah, we love Thai food too!But we miss Asia so much, especially when we read posts such as yours. Sometimes, we feel like we are ‘stuck" in Europe. I would love to go to all these eateries, especially the gourmet restaurant!Maria, You've definitely made my mouth water! This helps keep our site running at no extra cost to you — so thanks! Some of the above links are affiliate links, and we will earn a small percentage of the sale if you purchase through them at absolutely no extra cost to you!Sunglasses - Bring a good pair of sunglasses. We recommend getting something light and breathable that packs down small. Clothes for temples - For entry into religious temples and the Kings Palace you need to wear long trousers and a top/ t-shirt that covers your shoulders.We have been using our Teva sandals for years. Walking sandals - A good pair of walking shoes are an absolute must. Below are some of the essentials you need before heading to Bangkok, along with some links to for more Information about Thailand (http://thailandtourism.biz).Bangkok is hot all year around and gets very humid during the rainy season from June to October. So everybody knows where it is, including all taxi drivers and tuk-tuk drivers, so it is easy to find. Dusit Thani is one of the classic and legendary hotels in Bangkok, being the first five-star hotel in the city.Read our review of Dusit Thani Hotel HERE We love this hotel, and will highly recommend it! Bangkok offers a wide selection of accommodation for all budgets, and you will have plenty of choices when it comes to finding the right place to stay. The many markets around Bangkok is also an excellent place to eat Thai food, and many of the shopping malls have great food courts with delicious Thai food.They all have delicious and freshly made Thai food, although at different price ranges and in different settings". We simply LOVE Thai food, and we highly recommend these places to eat tasty and authentic Thai food! I could just feel it‘s healthfulness as I was drinking it, filling me up with vitamin C. So if you go here, make sure to order the orange juice and not just another Singha (which you can buy everywhere in Thailand).It was so fresh and full of flavor! Thip Samai also has the most amazing orange juice I have ever tasted! The sign is on the glass door rather than on the main sign above so you have to look for it and it says Sawang Noodle.The Sawang noodle cafe has moved from the original Hua Lam Phong location (near Bangkok train station Hua Lamphong) and is now at 982 Phetchaburi Road. The egg noodles are hand-made, the barbecued pork is delicious and honey sweet, and the crab is salty and tasty! Let’s just say that if you're a real fan of white bread and pink bubble gum; this is probably the desert for you!

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