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Where to Celebrate Loy Krathong 2013 in Bangkok

Message  Admin le Mar 29 Oct 2013 - 10:32

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) have said that they will allow the public to float krathongs in 28 parks around Bangkok on Sunday 17th November 2013 from 3 p.m. to midnight. Their main event will take place in the park under Rama VIII Bridge. Other major areas include Lumpini Park on Rama IV Road, Benjakitti Park on Ratchadaphisek Road, Benjasiri Park on Sukhumwit Road and Santichaiprakan Park on Phra Athit Road.

List of Parks in Bangkok to float your Krathong:

Lumpini Park in Pathumwan district
Chatuchak and Wachirabenchatat parks in Chatuchak district
Phra Nakhon and HM the Queen’s 60th Birthday parks in Lat Krabang district
Saranrom, Rommaninat, Santi Chaiprakan, and Nakara Pirom parks in Phra Nakhon district
Thonburirom Park in Thung Khru district
Serithai and Navaminpirom parks in Bung Kum district
Nong Chok park in Nong Chok district
Benjasiri and Benjakitti parks in Khlong Toey district
Bung Krathiam park in Min Buri district
Chalerm Phrakiat Hok Rob park in Bang Kho Laem district
Santiparp park in Ratchathewi district
Princess Sirindhorn’s 50th Birthday and Wanatham parks in Prawet district.
Other places which are celebrating Loy Krathong this year:

Asiatique The Riverfront


http://www.thaitravelblogs.com/2013/10/where-to-celebrate-loy-krathong-2013-in-bangkok/
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Floating markets around Bangkok

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Re: Bangkok aujourd'hui

Message  Admin le Ven 8 Nov 2013 - 10:11



One of the best Thai dishes ever is Khao Kluk Kapi (ข้าวคลุกกะปิ), at least I think so. You can read all about the details here: http://www.eatingthaifood.com/2013/08/khao-kluk-kapi-thai-dish/

Ok, so Khao Kluk Kapi (ข้าวคลุกกะปิ) is common in Thailand, but at the same time it can be hard to find at restaurants. It's more of a Thai dish that's served as takeaway from markets and shops around Bangkok, but it's rarely served as a sit down meal or at street stalls. The reason, I'm actually not so sure, because it's truly one of the world's greatest dishes. But there are a few streets stall in Bangkok serving Khao Kluk Kapi (ข้าวคลุกกะปิ), one of them located pretty close to Khao San road, known as Khao Kluk Kapi Niyngow (ข้าวคลุกกะปินายหง่าว).

So the dish begins with rice, but it's not just plain rice, it's rice that's first stir fried up with some kaphi, or fermented shrimp paste. This doesn't over power the rice, but simply gives it a nice shrimp flavor without it being overpowering. The next step is to add the variety of fresh and cooked ingredients on to the top of the rice. The is the assembling process, and though it's simple, so many places get it wrong. The main issue is to ensure that the ingredients are fresh and go well together. Khao kluk kapi (ข้าวคลุกกะปิ) toppings include sour green mango, string beans, cucumber, shallots, dry shrimp, sweetened pork, Chinese sausage, slices of an egg omelet, both roasted and fresh chilies, and finally a squeeze of lime to complete the spectrum of flavors.

So khao kluk kapi (ข้าวคลุกกะปิ) is one of my all-time favorite Thai dishes mainly because it includes such a diversity of fresh ingredients on a single plate. It's such an explosion of extremes in every single bite. If you want to have an awesome plate of khao kluk kapi (ข้าวคลุกกะปิ) that will excite your taste buds every single time, Khao Kluk Kapi Niyngow (ข้าวคลุกกะปินายหง่าว) is a wonderful little stall. Again, check out this article for all the details: http://www.eatingthaifood.com/2013/08/khao-kluk-kapi-thai-dish/

Khao Kluk Kapi Niyngow (ข้าวคลุกกะปินายหง่าว)
Open -- 8 am -- 2 pm daily, except Sunday and Monday
Price -- 40 THB
ข้าวคลุกกะปินายหง่าว
ถ.พระอาทิตย์ เยื้องสวนสาธารณะสันติชัยปราการ
โทร. 08-4696-8797,08-7021-0213
เปิด อังคาร -- เสาร์ 8.00 -- 14.00 น.
ข้าวคลุกกะปิ 40 บาท

How to get there
The street stalls runs in the morning right along Phra Athit road, and I didn't notice until finishing my meal, but they set up right outside Escapade Burgers and Shakes. It's right across the street from Santichai Prakan park.
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Re: Bangkok aujourd'hui

Message  Admin le Mer 13 Nov 2013 - 11:09



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Message  Admin le Jeu 14 Nov 2013 - 9:50



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Re: Bangkok aujourd'hui

Message  Admin le Mar 19 Nov 2013 - 11:29



Every Sat. 11:50PM @ Brown Sugar Jazz Pub, BKK

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Re: Bangkok aujourd'hui

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Bad, Bad Drivers: Who's to Blame for Bangkok's Traffic Problems?

Message  Admin le Ven 6 Déc 2013 - 15:27



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Best Restaurants in Bangkok

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Southern Thai Food (แกงใต้) - Stink Beans and Fiery Chilies!

Message  Admin le Dim 22 Déc 2013 - 17:24



There are many regional variations of Thai food, but southern Thai food (แกงใต้) is my absolute favorite. Get southern Thai food in Bangkok here
http://www.eatingthaifood.com/2011/08/serious-southern-thai-food-feeding-the-addiction-at-lan-luam-dtai-restaurant/

Thai cuisine is diverse and varies quite drastically by region. Northeastern food from the Isaan region often includes dishes like som tam (green papaya salad), grilled meats, and just about everything is eaten with sticky rice. Bangkok central Thai food is also different, with a number of stir fry dishes and creations. Southern Thai food (แกงใต้) is more similar to Malaysian cuisine, with rich coconut milk based curries, fiery chilies, and lots of turmeric roots. In the south of Thailand, seafood is also quite common, especially shrimp, squid, and fish.

So I'm going to be honest and say that I love every regional variation of Thai food, but southern Thai food has a special place in my heart. First of all, my wife, who is Thai, is from the south of Thailand, in Krabi. So most of the time when I'm in Thailand and eating at home, I am spoiled with southern Thai food. After years of enjoying the dishes, I still just can't get over how pungent and delicious the dishes from the south are. They use such wonderful combinations of fresh ingredients, curry spices, coconut milk, fresh turmeric root, shrimp paste, and fresh vegetables to garnish. Along with a range of different dishes, white steamed rice is always present and goes so well with any meal spread.

If you're not in the south of Thailand, and in Bangkok, my favorite restaurant for southern Thai food (แกงใต้) is Ran Luam Dtai (ร้านรวมใต้). This gem of a Bangkok restaurant serves all the southern classics that you can imagine, all prepared and waiting in the glass cabinet to be order and devoured. Everything looks amazing everytime I go, but the reality is that I had to choose just a few different dishes because I couldn't eat everything. While I really love other southern Thai food dishes like Kua Kling Moo (คั่วกลิ้งหมู) or Nam Prik Kaphi (น้ำพริกกะปิ), this time I chose: Goong Pad Sataw (กุ้งผัดสะตอ), Gaeng Tai Pla (แกงไตปลา), and Ganeg Som (แกงส้ม).

I began this meal with the Ganeg Som (แกงส้ม), a sweet and sour southern Thai dish that is made with fish, a choice of vegetable (in my case I got coconut shoots), and a fiery soup that incuded garlic, chilies, turmeric, and lime juice. Gaeng Tai Pla (แกงไตปลา) is another favorite, a Thai curry made with fish innards. The gravy is dark and super salty, but beautifully flavorful. For the third dish I ordered Goong Pad Sataw (กุ้งผัดสะตอ), one of my favorite dishes in the world. It consists of the incredible tasting stink beans, little green colored beans that have a heavenly flavor and a wonderful crunch. These three dishes along with a couple plates of rice and I was incredibly satisfied! When you visit Thailand, don't miss out trying southern Thai food (แกงใต้).

Ran Luam Dtai ร้านรวมใต้
Address: 375/4 P้hrannok Rd, Bangkoknoy, Bangkok, Thailand 10700
Phone: 02-4110842
Hours: Daily 6:00 -- 20:00
Price: About 30 THB ($1) per dish, 2 of us ate this giant feast for 240 THB ($8).
ร้านรวมใต้
375/4 ถ.พรานนก เขตบางกอกน้อย กทม. 10700
โทร. 02-4110842
เปิด-ปิด 6.00-20.00

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