Bangkok Food Diary


A bottle of freshly squeezed pure orange and pomegranate juice can be found right about every corner of the street. Quench your thirst after a long day of walking or start your day right with a bottle of juice! If you’d prefer something more local, try their fresh coconut as seen in the background.


The original highly raved about coconut ice-cream can be found at Chatuchak weekend market. Brace yourselves and be prepared to join locals and tourist alike in the long queue, but I guarantee it’s worth it! For $1, you’d get to have a truly localized experience.


Cheap eats along the roadside is a MUST TRY! Be it their noodles or rice, you’d be sure to be in for a surprise.


Don’t forget to have a go at the infamous Som Tam Nua in Siam Square. While they may be famous for their papaya salad, what really worked for me was their fried chicken.


This might be a miss for some depending on which country you’re from. For me, it is a must have every time I visit Thailand!

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