Guay Tiew (ก๋วยเตี๋ยว) literally means noodle in Thai. There are many types of Thai noodles you can choose, when ordering at a local noodle stall/ restaurant, such as egg noodle (Bah – Mhee/ บะหมี่), rice vermicelli (Sen Mhee/ เส้นหมี่), rice pappardelle (Sen Yai/ เส้นใหญ่ ,) rice fettuccine (Sen Lek/ เส้นเล็ก), glass noodle (Woon Sen/ วุ้นเส้น),… Read more »

Hiya, Pokemon trainers! How’s it going with Pokemon catching in your hometown so far? It’s been only a few month after the first official launch of Pokemon Go and, everyone around the world has gone crazy catching their favorite Pokemons. What? You’re coming to over to Bangkok in the next few weeks? This is awesome…. Read more »

Thai people always eat Tom Yum Goong and Pad Thai almost everyday? Said no Thai ever! As you might already know, ordering a cooked-to-order dish in Thailand can be very creative and very detailed. Today, I’m going to talk about what are the most common/ classic dishes Thai people like to order. You can use… Read more »

What’s up, fellow travelers! Only a couple days ago when I thought about local Thai dishes and how to order them and came up with this infographic about how to order a cooked-to-order dish in any Thai restaurant across the country. I’ve heard many foreigners talk about how complicated to order a local dish here. So,… Read more »

Hello, fellow travelers. This week, I’ve created a quick how-to order a noodle dish from a cooked-to-order restaurant in Thailand. Let’s check it out! 4 simple steps of how to order a noodle dish at a cooked-to-order restaurant in Thailand ‘Be creative, but not too creative, alright?’ 1. Choose your noodle Glass noodle = Woon… Read more »

A history enthusiast? Check out this wonderful museums in Bangkok which will take you back in time and amaze you by its concept and features. Some are a bit touristy, some are very intrigue and weird, but they’re all worth visiting. Let’s take a look! 1. Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall source image from edtguide.com Firstly, the one… Read more »