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Cook Like a Thai: Tom Kha Gai (Chicken)

’Cook Like a Thai’ brings you authentic recipes of your favorite Thai dishes. Although it is relatively cheap to eat out here in Thailand, home cooking definitely has its perks. That is, you are free...

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Bite of awesome Thai food in Yaowarat

There is no doubt old is always gold. This time Bangkok Expat Life team will take you to Yaowarat (Chinatown Bangkok) to tell you an inside tour of one of the most popular street food stalls / restaur...

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In the Soi: Rama 9

Our new column, “In the Soi” is all about introducing local neighborhood’s unique spots that you might not know about! Following OnNut and Ari, we now introduce you to another popular residential neig...

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Eat Like a Thai: Must-Try Street Food in Chinatown

Yaowarat, or Bangkok’s Chinatown, is one of the most vibrant neighborhood at night. The street is lined with endless food vendors and local restaurants that have been around for decades. The infinite...

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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...

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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...

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Perfect Restaurants for Valentine’s Day in Bangkok

Check out our new guide to the five best restaurants in Bangkok for a perfect Valentine's day. The dining scene in Bangkok ranges from high-end eateries to simple ones and a lot of local and internati...

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Sleek Indian restaurants in Bangkok

Once upon a time not so long ago there were few Indian restaurants in town offering unique Indian cuisine, fast forward 6,7 years, we have a complete new array of Indian restaurants offering a fusion...

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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...

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