When I told my friends that I am going Khao Kho, they asked “Where is this place?” Khao Kho, located at the north of Thailand is probably a less-travelled place for many of us. It is also known as misty Thailand that is away from the bustling and hectic Bangkok city. A drive of approximately 5.5 hours away from Bangkok will transport to a town above the clouds. No traffic and its serene and laidback town where you get to enjoy the nature scenery and beauty of the place. Continue reading [EXPLORE THAILAND] 3D2N FREE & EASY Road Trip Itinerary to Khao Kho- Sea of Clouds | Thailand
Jeh O Chula aka Jay Oh in the Micheline Guide became famous when they started serving Tom Yum instant noodles few years ago. And because of this, it received its Bib Gourmand, and the rest is history. It has been bookmarked as one of the MUST-GO food/supper eateries in town. The queue is crazy and can up to 2 hours or more. Continue reading [BKK EATS] Jeh O Chula- The Famous Michelin Bib Gourmand Instant Noodles Worth the Queue?
Chinatown in Bangkok or known as Yaowarat is one of the largest Chinatowns in the world. It is also one of the must-visit places when you travel to Bangkok, Thailand. Expect the road packed with both locals and tourists’ whole day long. As the night falls, explore the roadside stalls starting from 5.30pm onwards. Continue reading [BKK EATS] Yaowarat Toasted Bread – The Popular Street Food At Chinatown in Bangkok
Eak Teng Yu Ki is one of the oldest traditional coffeeshops in Chinatown, Bangkok. It is said to have a sister-coffesship called Eiah-Sae which is nearby too. So, instead of going to On Luk Yun this time, I visited this classic traditional breakfast place that is been around for more than 90 years or more. Eak Teng Yu Ki is run by a Hainanses-Chinese owner that serves traditional Hainanese-style brewed coffee and classic breakfast. Continue reading [BANGKOK EATS] Eak Teng Yu Ki (เอ็กเต็งผู่กี่) – Traditional Breakfast in Bangkok Other Than On Luk Yun
Bangkok, Thailand is known for its local street food and entertainment like night market, massage, spa and many more. There is quite a number of famous street foods listed under Bib Gourmand and Nai Mong Hoi Thod is one of them. The restaurant is located slightly off Yaowarat, Chinatown Bangkok is well-received by online reviews because of their “Orh Luak” or we called it Oyster Omelette. Continue reading [BANGKOK EATS] Nai Mong Hoi Thod – Bangkok Famous Crispy Thai Oyster Omelette (นายหมงหอยทอด)
On Lok Yun is famous with its traditional and classic breakfast among locals and tourists. There are many reviews and photos of the place shared on social media platform. Just like any other coffeeshop across Asia countries, On Lok Yun has been around for more than 80 years. This reminds me of the Kong Thai Lai in Penang which has 100 over years of history. Continue reading [BANGKOK EATS] ON LOK YUN – THE MUST-GO CLASSIC BREAKFAST IN THAILAND
Hua Hin is a seaside resort on the of gulf Thailand and it is approximately 3-4 hours drive from Bangkok. Upon arriving Bangkok, we have arranged the transport to pick us up to Hua Hin. We paid 8,000 Thai Baht (8 pax) for 2 days transport from Bangkok to Hua Hin (2-way) and around Hua Hin attractions. This inclusive of 2,000 Thai Baht transportation from Hua Hin to Bangkok if you are wondering how much is the charges. Continue reading [THAILAND TRAVELS] 2D1N- 10 PLACES TO SEE & EXPLORE IN HUA HIN