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01 Sep 2017 14:57

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You can buy a large package of ice in most 7-11s for 7 baht, too.Ice (น้ำแข็ง naam khaeng) in Thailand usually comes packaged straight from the factory and is safe; there is only reason to worry if you are served hand-cut ice. Bottled water (น้ำเปล่า naam plao) is cheap and ubiquitous at 5-20 baht a bottle depending on its size and brand, and drinking water served in restaurants is always at least boiled (น้ำต้ม naam tom). However, if you don't want to chance it, buying a bottle of water is the obvious solution.In many places in Bangkok however, particularly in new buildings, drinking tap water is perfectly safe. Tap water is usually not drinkable in Thailand outside of Bangkok. Portions are generally rather small, with prices mostly in the100-300 baht range.S&P 28 outlets are a bakery, a café and a restaurant all rolled into one, but their menu's a lot larger than you'd expect: it has all the Thai mainstays you can think of and then some, and most all of it is good. Most Thai people like to eat desserts that are made from coconut milk. In Thailand, there are many varieties of desserts.Mae U-Dom (แม่อุดม) and Ma-li-wan (มะลิวัลย์) also sell this. It is usually sold by the same vendors who sell Thong Yib and Thong Yod. A pack of 3-4 folds is priced around 30 baht.When it is long enough, it will be folded to a fold. It is like fibre because the stirred mixture is poured through a pastry cone into hot syrup. It is made from yolks mixed with egg-dew (the light egg white that remains in the egg shell).It is egg-based Portuguese sweet too. Foy Thong (ฝอยทอง) means gold fibre". Usually milder than the red variety.Gaeng kheow-waan (แกงเขียวหวาน), sweet green curry, is a coconut-based curry with strong accents of lemongrass and kaffir lime. In fact, street restaurants, where you can see what you'll get and everything is cooked on the spot can be a safe option. Unlike some Asian countries, travellers should worry more about overeating or too much curry spice than about unclean kitchens and bad food.Since most backpackers will be sticking closer to the first than the second, one of the great things about Thailand is that food from stalls and tiny sidewalk restaurants is usually quite safe. There are dozens of dive shops that provide training and internships. To become a dive instructor, the most popular destination is Ko Tao (Turtle Island) a few hours off the coast of Chumphon in the Gulf of Thailand food and drink.Most night markets also have large open air food courts attached. A Thai speciality are the night markets found in almost every town, the largest and best-known of which are in Bangkok and the Night Bazaar in Chiang Mai Here a variety of vendors from designers to handicraft sellers have stalls selling goods which cannot normally be found in malls and day markets.

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