Anda Boutique Hotel

3245 Ramkhamhaeng Rd., Huamark Bangkapi, Bangkok, 10240, Thailand
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Thai & International Food Academy

by sanscott

I can not find a web site for the school in English or an e-mail address or a telephone number. Would like to take a cooking class... can anyone help with this information.
Sandra

Re: Thai & International Food Academy

by ranger49

Is this any help ?

http://ads.easybranches.com/yellowpages/thai-international-food-academy/

Re: Thai & International Food Academy

by Curt1591

http://www.yingsakfood.com/eventDetail.php?id=34

Re: Thai & International Food Academy

by paulwf

http://www.yingsakfood.com/hotpromotionen.php

Re: Thai & International Food Academy

by xymmot

Here is a Thai cooking classes highly recommended, plus you eat everything you cook. It's a lot of fun. here is the info::::


Baipai Thai cooking school. It was a magnificent day of hands on learning, which included 4 wonderful Thai meals.
Address: 150/12 Soi Naksuwan, Nonsee Road, Bangkok, Thailand
Phone Number: 662-294-9029

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Khaosan road travel guide, Bangkok, Thailand

by rodneyjohn99

Khaosan road, Bangkok, a wide range of hotels, guesthouses and accommodation. Its restaurants and cafes serve international cuisine. There are bars, pubs and clubs which make up an exciting choice of nightlife, as well as a choice of travel agents and dive shops that work as your guide to Thailand. Fashion tailors and clothes shops are everywhere for those keen shoppers. Synonymous with backpacking in South East Asia, Khaosan Road along with Soi Rambuttri, Thanon Rambuttri, Phra Athit Road and Samsen Road is an area full of life and excitement. It is definitely the place to be when staying in Bangkok

driinking water

by adyw

dont buy your bottled water in the Hotel, it is too expensive. "triple 7" type stores or mini supermarkets are usually opposite the big hotels or they are always only a few steps donn the street. buy a pack of bottled water so CHEAP!
dont waste your money on buying expensive bottled water save it to spend on shopping for clothes, bags and shoes!

Visit the fabulous Vimanmek Teak Palace

by jrs1234

The Vimanmek Teak Palace - it's a fabulous old building. You'll need to take off your shoes and take a guided tour, but it's well worth it. As it's still officially a royal palace, make sure you're dressed properly (cover those legs and no sleeveless shirts, folks). Tours take about an hour, and there is a free display of Thai dancing twice a day. It's in the Dusit area, north of Banglampu, and it costs 50 baht to get in - which includes the tour. If you've been to the Grand Palace earlier in the day, though, you can get in for free by showing your Grand Palace ticket.

The official website is at

www.palaces.thai.net/vm/

and there are some nice pictures at the Thailand Guidebook website too.

Guided tours start at 9.30am, with the last one at 3.15pm daily. The demonstrations of traditional Thai dancing are at 10.30am and 2pm right outside the palace, and are well worth catching if you can time it right.

Food bargain

by zazatann

As you know that shopping in Thailand is great fun. Some people think that it's like games to make you feel proud when you get the cheapest price. O.K. you can have fun but please notice that price that you go to shop is not all the same. Notice!!! Tourist market like night market is more expensive price from local market. So, Thai people in local area don’t have any reason to charge you more than normal. Please bargain just a little bit like 5-20 Baht only.

Whatever, even though Thai loves to bargain but we accept all food that we buy. We don’t bargain food even though it’s expensive but we will pay without complain.

Wat’s as Homes

by Bangkokjoe

I’m not talking about wat’s being the houses of God as was thrust into me at a North London Church of England school. What I mean about “wat’s as homes” is that a wat is in its broadest definition is an enclosed / defined area where men and women can be ordained. And once they are ordained they live and “work” in and around the wat.

A great many wats have the chapels, have the towering chedis and have the small out of the way personal shrines we all love to photograph. (And the Thais often love to cover these with as much shiny stuff they can lay their hands on.) Added to this, wats have the “life goes on bit” we don’t tend to notice on our first photographic pass.

Round the sides of the compounds there is all the “living now” stuff - the dormitories, the salas (pavilions with no walls to allow the breeze to blow through, good for a chat with an older wiser monk), and in the wealthier wats, there will be a library to boot. Great for those newly ordained wat swots.

Here we are in Wat Pho, with one of its two basketball courts. As they say strong body, strong mind. The novice monks playing on a Saturday evening are pretty good at scoring the odd three-pointer. Be the ball guys, be the ball.

Double the amount of respect then. Spiritual sites, and also someone's home.

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