Tao Kae Noi Is No Longer Just A Seaweed Snack

Tao Kae Noi [เถ้าแก่น้อย] is a famous Made In Thailand seaweed snacks, that has made it into one of the most typical tourist souvenirs.

Recently, from my blog search terms (words and phrases that people type into search engines), I found that few people were searching for “lemongrass tea taokaenoi.” There ain’t much information when I looked it up on the internet myself.

Since when Tao Kae Noi has lemongrass tea?

Tao Lae Noi Land
Tao Kae Noi Land at T21

Today I went to find out what is this all about; a trip to Tao Kae Noi Land, at Terminal 21 is warranted.

Seaweed everywhere!
Seaweed everywhere!
More seaweed
More seaweed

If you are allergic to seaweed, stay away from this Land of Seaweed.

Tao Kae Noi lemongrass tea
Tao Kae Noi lemongrass tea
Tao Kae Noi lemongrass tea
Tao Kae Noi lemongrass tea
Tao Kae Noi lemongrass tea
Tao Kae Noi lemongrass tea

So …. they do have lemongrass tea. Available in 3 variants: Lemongrass, Lemongrass & Pandan Tea and Lemongrass & Ginger Tea. Selling at 150 baht per pack, or 3 packs for 350 baht. It’s a 50g pack of 25 triangle tea bags @ 2.0g each. Hope this info comes useful to those searching for Tao Kae Noi lemongrass tea.

Tao Kar Noi ramen instant noodle
Tao Kae Noi ramen instant noodle

Not only that, they even have ramen instant noodles (28 baht per pack)!

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Siam Banana is available here
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Number One brand
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Porky stuffs
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Pretz
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Thai cooking pastes
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Siang Pure Oil

Tao Kae Noi Land also carry other popular Thai snacks, and even Siang Pure oil, so this is a good one-stop shop for Thai (snack) souvenirs.

Happy shopping!

 

Tao Kae Noi Land
Address: LG007  LG floor Terminal 21
Phone:02 611 2632
Business Hours: 10AM–10PM

Website: http://www.taokaenoi.co.th

Notyourtypicaltourist

Travel opens up a whole new world, which is cliche but true. I am a strong advocate for independent and solo travel. I was born and raised in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia but now live in Bangkok, Thailand, resulted from a chance encounter in 2009 with my why-are-you-Thai bf. I am now split between two countries. One country for my bf, another for the family, for the occasional weekend together.

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