in Bangkok, Prachuap Khiri Khan etc: Nightmarkets and Foodmarkets
Markets are excellent places to find something to eat.
Because most Thai houses do not have kitchens (!), they offer so much and cheap food you can buy on the streets.
I tried them in several places and never got sick. The only thing I was looking at was that I could see how it was prepared and that is was well done.
Some of the things I tried i don't even know the name.
Of course there is meat, grilled on bamboo sticks, noodle dishes, soups. Fresh fruits.
But what are these white, sweet round things called? They are made from rice and coconut milk and baked in pans that have many hollows. (See picture)
Dress Code: Casual.Related to:
- Budget Travel
- Food and Dining
Chao Pra Ya River: Chao Pra Ya Dinner Cruise
Dinner along Chao Pra Ya River is cooling and relaxing. Bring yr family along and enjoy the dinner and music. Food is okay but view is nice. Bring a tripod if you intend to take clearer night pics. More details can be found at http://www.worldisround.com/articles/274074/index.html
Dress Code: CasualRelated to:
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Q- Bar: NYC in BKK
A real upmarket place with dingy lights padded walls and a New York Feel.
Very cool and Full of the be seens and want to be seens. Ive met some decent (and some not so decent) people here.
Hip Hop nights a good bet, but ive been most nights and theyve all been good.
Best selection of drinks ive seen anywhere in Thailand.
Theres normally a cover charge of about 400 Bt, but that includes to free drinks.
Dress Code: Reasonably smart, no flip flops,
I guess smart casual trainers (Sneakers), trousers/jeans and a shirt/polo/T-shirt
Brown Sugar: Worth the treck
An absolutley superb jazz den just across from Lumpini Park.
Live music every night and open mic sessions from 11pm.
Well thers certainly and atmoshpere in this place, and its all good.
They do food too which is of a good standard and the drink is very reasonably priced.
Iv'e never had a bad night here
Dress Code: I always go out in trainers (sneakers) and jeans and T-shirt so I know thats ok but otherwise???
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