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Re: Bangkok aujourd'hui

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La neuvième édition de La Fête, le festival culturel franco-thaïlandais organisé par le Service de coopération et d’action culturelle de l’Ambassade de France depuis 2004, se tiendra, cette année, à Bangkok et dans plusieurs villes de province, du 17 mai au 22 juin. A Bangkok, dix évènements lancés ou produits par La Fête et quatre projets associés d’initiative locale, viendront animer ces six semaines, souvent durant les week-ends.

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http://www.cooperation-ambafrance-th.org/lafete/
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Best in Bangkok - EPIC Tom Yum Goong Noodles at P'Aor (ร้านพี่อ้อ)

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If you're looking for Tom Yum Goong Noodles in a creamy soup, you'll find pure delight at P'Aor (ร้านพี่อ้อ). Here are the details: http://www.eatingthaifood.com/2013/06/the-best-tom-yum-goong-noodles-in-bangkok/

Tom yum goong is one of Thailand's most popular dishes. In fact you might remember a video I did awhile ago about the easy recipe for tom yum goong ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3lIJLRibEM ). But along with just the soup, noodles in tom yum soup is also an extremely common dish throughout restaurants and the streets of Bangkok. There are two kinds of tom yum soup, one is the clear version, and one is the creamy version (normally made creamy by the addition of condensed milk). Now on the streets of Bangkok you'll find infinite stalls hawking clear tom yum soup noodles, but it's rare to find noodles with the creamy tom yum goong soup... except if you head over to the famous P'Aor (ร้านพี่อ้อ) restaurant where you'll find a seriously epic bowl of shrimp tom yum goong noodles.

Just off Petchaburi Soi 5 is P'Aor (ร้านพี่อ้อ). I was super psyched to be eating and as soon as we sat down, we ordered a number of dishes. The first dish was the Khao Goong Rad Sauce Man Boo (ข้าวกุ้งราดซอสมันปู). It began with a plate of white rice which was topped with a huge jumbo prawn before being covered in thick creamy oily juices from the head or a crab. The sauce was immaculate, lightly sweet from the crab and spiced with a light curry. It was seriously amazing, especially if you really enjoy seafood. Next I ordered Ba Mee Yok Neau Ob (บะหมี่หยกเนื้ออบ) which is egg noodles topped in oven baked beef. Yet again, P'Aor (ร้านพี่อ้อ) absolutely hammered it home with this dish, it was exquisite. The egg noodles, while normally yellow in color, are made green for this dish but really have no taste difference than the normal yellow egg noodles.

Finally it was time to take my first bite of what could easily be the best and definitely the most epic bowl of kuay Kuay Teow Tom Yum Goong Nam Khon (ก๋วยเตี๋ยวต้มยำกุ้งน้ำข้น) in Bangkok. The duo of jumbo prawns sitting on top of the soup was quite a sight to behold. They were meaty monsters, and the first step to eating any bowl of this soup would be to peel off the shell, dip the body of the prawn into the tom yum soup and devour it. And of course, don't forget to suck out all the marvelous buttery juices from the head of the shrimp. The noodles were remarkable, sponging up all the insanely flavorful creamy broth. While I'm sure they did make the soup creamy with some condensed milk, they also used a generous amount of shrimp head juices and oils in the soup to create the intensely rich flavor. Another thing I loved about their soup was that it was nicely spiced with herbs and lemongrass and the galangal could really be felt.

If you're looking for perhaps the best tom yum soup noodles in Bangkok, you most definitely need to go to P'Aor (ร้านพี่อ้อ) restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand.

Follow my food adventures at http://migrationology.com/ & http://www.eatingthaifood.com/
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Re: Bangkok aujourd'hui

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Re: Bangkok aujourd'hui

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Re: Bangkok aujourd'hui

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Re: Bangkok aujourd'hui

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Re: Bangkok aujourd'hui

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Re: Bangkok aujourd'hui

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Re: Bangkok aujourd'hui

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Koh Sichang,

Message  Admin le Ven 2 Aoû 2013 - 2:02

Koh Sichang, c’est la porte à côté, pour les résidents de Bangkok du moins. a 1h30 de la gare routière d’Ekamai, elle coiffe largement Koh Samet au poteau de « l’île la plus proche de la capitale » : 45 minutes de bus (climatisé) pour Si Racha, quelques minutes de tuk-tuk pour se faire convoyer au port, et 3⁄4 d’heure de bateau plus tard, vous voilà au Tha Laang Pier, avant-poste du village situé juste derrière.

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Re: Bangkok aujourd'hui

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Museum of Contemporary Art (Thailand)

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Re: Bangkok aujourd'hui

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Baan Silapin (บ้านศิลปิน) - A Trip to Bangkok's Inspiring Artist's House

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More information about visiting Bangkok's Baan Silapin (บ้านศิลปิน): http://migrationology.com/?p=16182

Baan Silapin (บ้านศิลปิน), also known as Bangkok's Artist's House or Baan Khlong Bang Luang, is a two hundred year old wooden home in the city. It's located across the Chao Phraya river from much of downtown Bangkok, in an area known as Thonburi, right along one of the main canals. Arriving to Baan Silapin (บ้านศิลปิน) is a real throwback in time, it feels like you're far removed from the chaos and clutter of Bangkok and back to how the city was when it first started to be settled and developed. The only reason you know you're still in Bangkok is the obnoxious thundering longtail boats that zoom past every few minutes. The Artist's House is along one of the main tour canals, so it does have a lot of boat traffic - but it's still a great place to visit.

So we arrived to Baan Silapin (บ้านศิลปิน) in the early afternoon and after walking around a few of the shops, we then went straight to Bangkok Artist's House and decided to grab lunch. Khao gaeng, or a variety of Thai curries and prepared dishes was on the menu. I chose a bowl mushroom coconut milk curry, bitter melon stuffed with pork, a fried mackerel fish and omelet served with shrimp paste hot sauce, and a plate of rice topped with a fried egg. Sitting on the side of the house with a view of the canal was a memorable way to enjoy a feast. The food was good and the view was excellent.

At 2 pm each day except Wednesday (and occasional off days when the dancers get hired off site for a private event) there's traditional Thai puppet show. The show is one of the main reasons to visit Baan Silapin (บ้านศิลปิน) in Bangkok. The performance was very well done and the puppets depicted a story from Hanuman. I was impressed and I would highly recommend the show to anyone who visits Bangkok.

After the Thai traditional puppet show, we had a coffee and sat relaxing at Baan Silapin (บ้านศิลปิน) for a few more minutes before heading back to the road and catching a taxi home. Bangkok Artist's House is still an off the beaten track attraction to explore in Bangkok. It's a nicely preserved home and a real fun activity when you visit!

Address: 315 Wat Tong Salangam, Phet Kasem 28, Thanon Phet Kasem, Pa Si Charoen, Bangkok, Thailand 10160
Open Hours: 9 am - 6 pm daily (but no puppet show on Wednesdays, also call ahead to confirm the puppet show)
Phone: 02-868-5279, 089-125-3949 , 081-258-9260
How to get there: If you don't take a longtail boat from the Chao Phraya, the best way to get there is by taking a taxi to Charoen Sanitwong Soi 3. Go all the way to end of the road at the 7-Eleven. Then walk across the footbridge, make a left, and you'll be at Baan Silapin in just a few minutes.
Thai Directions (for Taxi):
จรัญสนิทวงศ์ ซอย.3 เข้าซอยไปสุดซอยจะเจอ 7-11 ลงหน้าเซเว่น เดินเข้าไปในซอยข้างเซเว่น แล้วเดินข้ามสะพานข้ามคลอง แล้วเลี้ยวซ้าย

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Re: Bangkok aujourd'hui

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Re: Bangkok aujourd'hui

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Re: Bangkok aujourd'hui

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Paste Modern Thai Food - One of The Best Restaurants in Bangkok

Message  Admin le Ven 23 Aoû 2013 - 9:21

Paste is one of the best restaurants in Bangkok that specializes in extremely high quality modern Thai food. Get all the details here -
http://migrationology.com/2013/08/paste-restaurant-bangkok/  



There are many amazing restaurants in Bangkok serving everything from international cuisine to Thai food in a variety of different forms and scales. The chefs at Paste Bangkok emphasize that they don't serve fusion food - which is a combination of different cuisines merged together - but instead they focus on modern Thai food, innovation and progressive Thai cuisine. In other words, most of the ingredients are locally sourced and the recipes, though creative, are all within the traditional spectrum of Thai ingredients and flavor combination. Modern Thai food is the next step in Thai cuisine, new and modern techniques combined with traditional recipes, all within the same genre of Thai food. And as one of the best restaurants in Bangkok serving upscale Thai food, Paste uses extremely high quality ingredients and precise cooking techniques to produce a truly mouthwatering menu of flavorsome Thai dishes.

It was my privilege in this Thai food video to visit one of the best restaurants in Bangkok for a sample of modern Thai food at its finest. I first begin sampling a dish they call "the ultimate-twice cooked-caramelised-pork leg with pickled bamboo shoot, pickled mustard and coriander (สุดยอดขาหมูเสริฟ์กับหน่อไม้ดอง, ผักกาดดองและผักชี)." The pork leg was marinated before being flash deep fried to make it crispy on the edged. It was then arranged onto a serving plate along with pickled bamboo shoots, a caramel glaze, and sprinkled with shaved chilies and cilantro leaves. My first bite was pure heaven as the chunk of pork leg literally melted into my mouth, the fat and meat both falling apart as I chewed. The caramel contrasted the chilies and and complemented the tender pork. It was outstanding. Next up I sampled the "mangosteen salad with pan seared scallop and roasted chilli jam (ยำมังคุดกับหอยเชลล์)," which is a good example of a modern Thai food dish at Paste. Mangosteen is a common Thai fruit, yet it's rarely seen in a dish, so at Paste they've taken Thai ingredients and come up with creative local recipes. Along with pan seared scallops, kernels of mangosteen were combined with lemongrass and mint leaves and dressed in a chili jam which was similar to Thai prik pao roasted chili sauce. To top off the towing dish was a sprinkle of finely sliced Siam tulips. Again, this was an incredible tasting dish with a complexity of delicious flavors combined. Lastly we enjoyed a "crispy skin free range duck (เป็ดมะแขว่นเสิร์ฟกับซอสส้มและโป๊ยกั๊ก)" which was drizzled with fresh orange and star anise sauce. First steamed to get the juices flowing, it was then deep fried to give it a crunch. The northern Thai pepper, in the same family as the famous Sichuan pepper, was rubbed over to skin to make it extremely fragrant. All the dishes I've eaten at Paste Bangkok have been superb.

Paste is truly one of the best restaurants in Bangkok that serves upscale elegant, and true to flavor Thai food. The chefs at Paste are doing an excellent job of pushing Thai food to new levels and progressing it into a new and modern form.

Paste Restaurant Bangkok
Prices: Expect to pay around 800 -- 1000 THB per person for a truly memorable meal, they also have a full menu of cocktails and wines if you're interested
Website: http://pastebangkok.com/
Address: 120/6 Sukhumvit Soi 49 (Opposite Samitivej Sukhumvit Hospital) Klongton Nua, Vadhana, Bangkok 10110
Open Hours: Lunch Wed -- Sun 12.00 pm -- 2.30 pm, Dinner Tues -- Sun 6.00 pm -- till late
Reservations: +66(0)2 392 4313
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Le Bangkok Sculpture Center

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http://www.expatriation-en-thailande.com/le-bangkok-sculpture-center-1/  

Le centre est difficile d’accès, uniquement taxi, pour votre retour l’accueil peut vous appeler un taxi.

4/18 -19 Moo 11 Soi Nuanchan 56 Nuanchan Road
Klongkum Buengkum Bangkok 10240

Ouvert tous les jours de 10 heures à 16 heures sauf dimanche et lundi.
Tel 02-791-9400

Admission gratuite.

http://www.bangkoksculpturecenter.org/

Le centre est fermé jusqu'à la fin de l'année pour rénovation !
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Goong Ob Woon Sen at Somsak Pu Ob (สมศักดิ์ ปูอบ) - Jumbo Prawns and Vermicelli

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This is by far the best Goong Ob Woon Sen (กุ้งอบวุ้นเส้น) I've ever had. For more picture and information about this Bangkok street food stall, click here - http://www.eatingthaifood.com/2013/07/thai-seafood-somsak-pu-ob-bangkok/

Goong Ob Woon Sen (กุ้งอบวุ้นเส้น) is a popular Thai dish that includes just a few ingredients. If it's cooked poorly, meaning the vermicelli noodles and the shrimp are overcooked and mushy, then it's a terrible dish. But if it's cooked correctly, like at Somsak Pu Ob (สมศักดิ์ ปูอบ), it's absolutely outstanding! The best thing about this extremely famous Bangkok street food stall is that they only serve a few dishes. The menu is actually just taped to the tables as soon as you walk up, and there are only about 5 items you can choose from.

The most famous Thai dish is a dish known as Pu Ob Woon Sen (ปูเนื้ออบวุ้นเส้น). The vendor starts by throwing the crab along with some fresh ingredients and herbs like coriander root, and lots of black pepper into the bottom of a single bowl skillet. Expertly, he lights the fire on an intense flame, cooking the ingredients with a scorch. When the crab has finished cooking, the vendor that tosses in a mixture of glass rice vermicelli noodle sand puts the lid on for a few more seconds. Finally some chives are thrown on top to complete the dish and it's served. But while the Pu Ob Woon Sen (ปูเนื้ออบวุ้นเส้น) at Somsak Pu Ob (สมศักดิ์ ปูอบ) is the most famous, I preferred the Goong Ob Woon Sen (กุ้งอบวุ้นเส้น). It's essentially the same thing, but instead of crab, jumbo prawns are used.

One thing I love most about Thai Bangkok street food is the vendors that specialized and become extreme experts in cooking just a single or a very few dishes. The cook at Somsak Pu Ob (สมศักดิ์ ปูอบ) didn't work all that fast, but he did everything to exact precision, making sure he didn't overcook anything or make any mistakes. This Thai street food strives for excellence, and though they are extremely popular with local Thais and get plenty of business each evening, they have maintained their standard of high quality!

Here's all the restaurant street food stall information if you want to visit this awesome place in Bangkok:
Somsak Pu Ob (สมศักดิ์ ปูอบ)

Address: Thanon Charoen Rat Soi 1, Khlong San, Bangkok
Open hours: Monday -- Saturday from 5 pm -- 10 pm, Sunday from 4 pm -- 10 pm (but they often sell out early)
Prices -- 300 -- 500 THB per person
เจริญรัถ เขตคลองสาน ถ.เจริญรัูถ ซอย1 กรุงเ่ทพ
โทร. 081-823-9706
จันทร์ -- เสาร์ เปิด. 17.00 -- 22.00
อาทิตย์ เปิด 16.00 -- 22.00

The easiest way to get there is to take the BTS Skytrain to Wongwian Yai station, then take Exit 3 towards Sarapai 3, and you'll eventually come to Charoen Rat. The restaurant is on Soi 1, but again, see this article for more information:
http://www.eatingthaifood.com/2013/07/thai-seafood-somsak-pu-ob-bangkok/
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BACK & WHITE PHOTO EXHIBITION BY CHUMPHOT OUNCHUA | GS. WONG - DARKROOM |
1-30 SEPTEMBER 2013 AT HEMLOCK 56 THANON PHRA ARTHIT BANGLAMPHU, BANGKOK

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Re: Bangkok aujourd'hui

Message  Admin le Mar 3 Sep 2013 - 10:01

Le bus à Bangkok, ce qu'il faut savoir et la carte qu'il faut acheter 69 THB au 7/eleven.

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22 septembre - 50 THB

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The annual “Car Free Day” in Bangkok will this year take place on Sunday 22nd September 2013. The BMA will be organizing activities to promote the use of bicycles as an alternative way to commute to work. There will be a big parade from Sanam Luang to Central World by bicycle. However, the BMA also want to promote commuting to work and play by public transport. So, on this one day, if you buy a special blue badge for only 50 Baht, you can ride the skytrain, the underground train, public buses and river ferries for free. The badges can be bought at all 50 district offices across Bangkok.

BTS Skytrain
BRT Buses
MRT Subway
Airport Rail Link
Chao Phraya River Express
Pun Pun Bicycle Rent Service
Tram Service around Ratanakosin

http://www.bangkokcarfree.com/  

https://www.facebook.com/BangkokCarFree  


Source http://www.thaitravelblogs.com/2013/09/only-50-baht-to-ride-all-boats-buses-and-trains-in-bangkok-on-22-september/
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Re: Bangkok aujourd'hui

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