Category Archives: Dining

Local Breakfast 1 – Cambodia

Besides noodle in soup, Cambodians like to have grilled pork rice for breakfast. A serving of pickled vegetables is normally served with this dish, along with a bowl of soup. Advertisements

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Cool & Dry in Chiang Mai

(January – February 2010)   Avoid visiting Chiang Mai between November and February if you don’t like the tourist crowds, are not too particular about the condition of the weather or tourist destinations, and want to get a good deal … Continue reading

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Eating in Vientiane

(November 2009) Other than the usual tourist attractions and lodging,  most Western travelers normally look for a place for coffee and beer as they generally don’t require anything other than some simple Western food or the typical fried noodle/rice to … Continue reading

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Kopi please… hey, this works in Thailand too!

  Those of us from Malaysia & Singapore are so familiar with this local term for coffee that hearing the word ‘’kopi’ in Thailand brought home a little closer.   A quick google of Trang’s history reveals that many Chinese … Continue reading

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Krabi Eating – Braised Chicken Noodle

(February & October 2009) Note: Dinner & Supper Only If you want something light for dinner or supper, try this stall located at the corner of Maharaj Soi (road) and Maharaj Soi 6. This is a popular place for a … Continue reading

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Krabi Eating – Roasted Pork

(February & October 2009) Note: Breakfast & Lunch Only This restaurant is easy to find as it is located diagonally opposite the City Hotel in central Krabi town. The roasted pork (mhu yang where mhu is pork in Thai) is … Continue reading

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Eating in Chiang Mai – Part Sep’09

(September 2009) Like many popular tourist destinations in Thailand, you can find all sorts of food in Chiang Mai. Yes, including bugs! Besides the standard Thai restaurants and American fast-food outlets, there are Chinese, European, Japanese, Korean, and Middle-Eastern restaurants. … Continue reading

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