In mid June 2013, I was invited to attend a travel blog conference in Bangkok organized by Digital Innovation Asia. While attending the conference I was put up in Amari Watergate, a luxurious hotel located smack dab in the middle of the bustling Pratunam market and shopping district of Bangkok. If you’re coming to Bangkok [...]
by Mark Wiens on June 18, 2013
by Mark Wiens on May 31, 2013
Thai Donuts Thai donuts, which are directly brought over from China, are small pieces of deep fried dough. They aren’t normally too sweet and are either eaten directly or dipped in sang kaya coconut jam. Thai donuts are a popular Thai breakfast choice.
by Mark Wiens on May 3, 2013
Isaan Thai Feast Isaan food originates from the northeastern province of Thailand. Green papaya salad, grilled chicken, blood cockles, and sticky rice were all a part of this incredible feast at Bangkok’s graveyard restaurant.
by Mark Wiens on April 12, 2013
Thai Street Food Ingredients There’s such a great diversity of Thai street food restaurants in Bangkok. This particular restaurant serves stir fried Thai Chinese dishes with lots of seafood and big curly intestines!
by Mark Wiens on April 5, 2013
Pig Face for Dinner Pig face is quite a popular part of the animal to eat – mostly fatty, but flavorful. Filipino sisig is chopped up pigs face on a sizzling platter, but in Thailand they mostly like to eat pigs face either grilled or boiled and served with chili sauce.
by Mark Wiens on March 26, 2013
After living in Bangkok more or less for the last 3.5 years, I’m always excited when I discover a market I’ve never been to before. Located just down the road from Ratchawat Market, one of my favorite Bangkok street food areas, is yet another old-school Thai market that’s home to some outstanding restaurants and street [...]
by Mark Wiens on March 22, 2013
Red Eye Chili Sauce Nam Prik Ta Daeng (นำ้พริกตาแดง), is a type of Thai nam prik chili sauce that’s fiery hot and packed with flavor. I love to eat it with a plate of rice and steamed vegetables.
by Mark Wiens on March 10, 2013
(if you can’t see the video, watch eating bugs here) Thank you for watching! You may remember the article about how to eat insects, worms, and bugs, and finally, here’s the video to go with it. They sure are crunchy and salty!
Hey! My name is Mark. After graduating from university, I decided to travel and EAT!
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