Tag: tips

Hello my foreign friend, are you craving to try some delicious Thai local steaks that are already earning local Michelin Star in Bangkok? Yes indeed, you can’t denied that Thai food is not good but if you have been abroad for quite a while, eating your home country food can help make you feel less… Read more »

“…But Iocals love them so much & eat there often”   Thailand’s China Town has so many restaurants worth becoming Thailand Michelin Star restaurants. There are so much you can eat and taste here, especially local street stalls which you might miss but shouldn’t be miss. Which restaurant is worth earning Thailand Michelin Star? Let’s… Read more »

TakeMeTour’s Tip: As of December 6, 2017, the first-ever Michelin Guide Thailand (Michelin Guide Bangkok 2018) has been launched! Check out the list of Michelin Guide Bangkok restaurants and our local tips for the best dining experience. Time to try Michelin Guide Thailand voted by Thai people through Wongnai User’s Award!   Hello everyone! As promised… Read more »

TakeMeTour’s Tip: As of December 6, 2017, the first-ever Michelin Guide Thailand (Michelin Guide Bangkok 2018) has been launched! Check out the list of Michelin Guide Bangkok restaurants and our local tips for the best dining experience. While we are waiting for the result of Michelin Guide Bangkok 2018 to come out, do you know… 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 »

Traveling to Thailand without trying sticky rice is like going to Japan but not trying their sushi, going to America but not trying hamburger, or going to China but not trying their signature pork dumpling. For Thai people, sticky rice has already become a main part of our meal. Thai people can eat them everyday… Read more »

Traveling abroad by yourself can be a little hard to do so… The culture is different and the language is different too. Sometimes, having a local guide (we often call a ‘local expert’) to show you around places is definitely the great thing. Here are the reasons why you should have a local guide in… 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 »

This week’s topic will be about tips on things (with budgets, of course!) to do around Bangkok airport; transportations, baggage, foods, etc. From how to travel around Bangkok from the airport to where to get your stomach filled, now you can just relax and travel in Bangkok airport like a boss 😉 1. There is more than one Bangkok… Read more »

Good day, fellow travelers This week I have created the second version of infographic about another 6 common Thai things that foreigners find them strange. Please enjoy! If you would like to read the first 7 habits I’ve posted please click 1. Nickname Unlike westerners, Thai people don’t have middle names. Instead, they have nicknames that are unique and… Read more »