Thai Culture: Birthday Merit Making

Merit making is also known as ‘tam boon‘ in Thai language. It is a Thai tradition, to give alms to

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Why Does A Tiger Cry? ทำไม เสือ ร้องไห้ 

  A dish named ‘sua rong hai‘ (เสือ ร้องไห้). In Thai language, Sua means Tiger, Rong Hai means crying or weeping. Hence,

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Brighty Sunflowers Thailand Off The Beaten Track This Winter

Thailand’s winter season is here. Yupe, there is winter season, in addition to summer and rainy season. Surprise, dontcha?!  

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Where To Find Authentic Tonkatsu in Bangkok

There are a lot of Tonkatsu restaurants in the City of Angels, but finding a good breaded, deep-fried pork cutlet, required

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Celebrating An Environment-Friendly Loy Krathong

Four years in and out of Bangkok. Two years living in Bangkok. Two years of celebration of Loy Krathong. And I finally

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Yummehlicious Rangsit Boat Noodles

 Helloooooo famous Rangsit boat noodles, I finally got a chance to eat you. There were so many boat-stalls at Rangsit,

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999 Elephants by 999 Artists at Central Malls Bangkok

Thais are oh-so-creative! 999 elephants by 999 artists, being displayed at the few malls under Central Group: CentralWorld, Central Chidlom and

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