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Bangkok Photo Friday: Erawan Museum

Bangkok Photo Friday: Erawan Museum May 27, 2011 | Kid Friendly, Things to Do | Read More
You may have seen the giant three-headed elephant just east of Bangkok, but if you haven’t stopped by, you should. It’s the fascinating Erawan Museum which gives you some background on Buddhism and some Buddhist art to look at. But obviously, the most impressive part of the place is this...

Bangkok Eats: Mango and Sticky Rice (classic!)

Bangkok Eats: Mango and Sticky Rice (classic!) May 24, 2011 | Food | Read More
Most people who are familiar with Thai cuisine will know about mango and sticky rice, but for the first time traveler, this is something you shouldn’t miss. Thai mangoes may be even sweeter than the Thais themselves. Always abundant both in quantity and species, the mangoes find their way into...

Gaggan: A Fine Indian Food Experience in Bangkok

Gaggan: A Fine Indian Food Experience in Bangkok May 22, 2011 | Food | Read More
I love it when food becomes an experience. It’s not just delicious, but something comes together in the texture, taste, combination and presentation that transcends just your typical yummy meal. Gaggan, a progressive Indian restaurant here in Bangkok, the creation of Chef Gaggan Anand, a native of...

Bangkok Food Tours: Walk Off What You Eat

Bangkok Food Tours: Walk Off What You Eat May 19, 2011 | Food, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
There’s nothing quite like Thai food, an amazing culinary world with variety like no other. Local travel writer Richard Barrow has gone an entire month (twice) eating only Thai street food without ever repeating a dish. Impressive. The food-scape of Thai cuisine is worth exploring as often as you get...