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Cook Like a Thai: Pad Krapao (Thai Basil)

Have you ever wished that your favorite vendor put more meat into your Pad Thai? Or make your Tom Yum less spicy? We have a perfect solution for you! ’Cook Like a Thai’ is a column that brings you aut...

Becoming an Expat in Thailand with Teenagers: A Few Survival Tips

Living with teenagers can be difficult at the best of times.  It seems like over night children transform from the precious angel you brought home 12 to 13 years ago into a moody mass of hormones and...

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Eat Like a Thai: Authentic “Fast-Dish”

Thai cuisine is undoubtedly one of the most popular in the world. If you live in a big city, you can easily head over to your local Thai restaurant to satisfy your Pad Thai cravings. However, as most...

eastern vs western

Thai-Buzz: “Farang Culture” that Thais Cannot Accept

Introducing “Thai-Buzz”, a new column that translates articles of diverse topics from Thailand’s biggest community sites and discussion forums. Topics on these forums range from restaurant reviews, IT...

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Expat 101: Meeting Your Thai Partner’s Family For the First Time

Back in the days marrying a foreigner was somewhat looked down upon in Thailand. Fortunately, however, Thai society in general has become a lot more accepting than it used to be. Although some older g...

thai men vs farang men

Thai-Buzz: Foreign vs. Thai Guys, What do Farang Men have that Thais Don’t?

Introducing “Thai-Buzz”, a new column that translates articles of diverse topics from Thailand’s biggest community sites and discussion forums. Topics on these forums range from restaurant reviews, IT...

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In the Soi: Hipster OnNut

New series for the new year! “In the Soi” is all about introducing local neighborhood’s unique spots that you might not know about. It only seems appropriate to start with OnNut, one of the most popul...

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Treat Yourself: Best Dim Sum in Bangkok

A well-traveled Cantonese friend of mine once told me that the best Cantonese food in the world is the in Bangkok. With Chinese-Thai being the biggest minority group in Thailand, this statement came a...

bangkok sausage house

Bangkok Sausage House

Normally finding a decent sausage in Bangkok is pretty hard, luckily now you don't have to look any further, we have found possibly the best sausages in Bangkok! Bangkok Sausage House is a small gourm...

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