Tag: thai

Time to try Michelin Guide Thailand voted by Thai people through Wongnai User’s Award!   Hello everyone! As promised in my previous blog ((Local) Michelin Guide Bangkok Restaurants Result Voted by Thai is Out! EP.1), I am back here to introduce you guys to more delicious Michelin Guide Thailand food loved by the locals. These popular… Read more »

While we are waiting for the result of Michelin Guide Bangkok 2017 to come out, do you know that right now, it’s actually possible for you to try Michelin Star Restaurants in Thais’ Opinions voted by Thai people through Wongnai User’s Award?   Wongnai application and website is Thailand’s most popular restaurant-finding platform. It has… Read more »

Sweet sticky rice? Hearing that term might scared you off but trust me, sticky rice dessert tastes really good! And in Thailand, we have a variety of desserts with sticky rice as the main ingredients. We can find them everywhere all over Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket. Are you ready to go on a sweet journey… Read more »

Coming over to Thailand and only having Thai foods and desserts? That won’t do. Let’s check out these delicious Thai fruits you should try while traveling across Thailand because they are refreshing, tasty, and very cheap here. They can be found in any local fresh market/ grocery stores across Thailand as well. 1. Ma Muang… Read more »

  Gong Xi Fa Cai! Happy Chinese New Year!  TakeMeTour would like to express our gratitude to everyone who have been supporting us. To start a new year with a good luck, it’s our Thai-Chinese tradition not do these certain things on Chinese New Year day. Let’s see what we have here 1. Doing House… Read more »

Good Day, Decomber is coming right around the corner, and it’s time for Christmas and New Year celebration. Today, I would like to introduce you to these traditional Thai sweets. As you might already know, Thai people love sweets. That’s why there are so many kind of Thai sweets and desserts since the old time, ones that… Read more »

Greeting, fellow travelers! This is my second part of Loy Krathong contents which I would like to talk about how Loy Krathong is celebrated differently in each region. These four are major happenings. Please note that different provinces have different ways to celebrate Loy Krathong. They aren’t necessarily the same. Let’s see what are the 4 major differences… Read more »

Good day, travelers Today, I would like to share ones of the most common misunderstanding SOME foreign travelers think Thai people are. They are 4 basic stereotypes (usually) Farang (aka westerners in Thai), who have never been in Thailand or have never met Thai people, think we are. For Thai people, they can be sort of… Read more »