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One of the sweetest shops on Chiang Mai’s fashionable Nimmanhemin Road is a small shop called Garden of Love that specializes in the production of beautiful individually hand-crafted paper mâché fairies made out of saa (mulberry) paper and fabric. Saa … Continue reading
One of the things I most enjoy in Thailand, aside from being with my Thai friends and eating Thai food, is exploring interesting new places, in between the nooks and crannies, or in this case, the skyscrapers and busy roads … Continue reading
A useful guide to all varieties of chilies rated with their heat levels. Cook’s Thesaurus: Fresh Chiles.
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There are several markets in Chiang Mai worth visiting. Most tourists will head straight to the Chiang Mai Night Bazaar, located in the heart of the city on the Chan Klan road between Tapae and Sri Donchai roads. The Night … Continue reading
One of my favourite Northern Thai dishes is Nam Prik Num (น้ำพริกหนุ่ม). This is a popular chili paste dip, made from young chilies called prik num (Northern Thai dialect).
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Tagged aubergine, Aubergine Salsa, chili salsa, eggplant, Eggplant salad, Japanese aubergine, Nam prik, Nam prik num, Tapas, Thai aubergine, Thai Aubergine Salad, Thai eggplants, Thai food, Thai guacamole, Thai recipes, Thailand
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One doesn’t need to be a millionaire to enjoy the splendor and tranquility Bangkok has to offer! For the price of a taxi ride, anyone can visit the oldest and most luxurious hotel in Bangkok – the Mandarin Oriental Hotel … Continue reading
Have you ever thought about how much it costs to feed an elephant every day?
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