Board: Thai Food! You must try.

Board: Thai Food! You must try.

Thailand is the best of foods in the world. You can find foods very easy all the way. We have fine dining and street foods.

This time I will recommend you some menu of Thai Foods that you must try.


1.) Tom Yum Goong (Spicy Thai Soup with Shrimp)

In the local language, “Tom” means boiling, and “Yum” refers to a sour and spicy salad. Tom Yum, then, is a sour and spicy soup that is usually served in an aluminium hot pot with a charcoal burner. The soup usually features meat but the most popular is shrimp (Goong in Thai).

Tom Yum Goong (Spicy Thai Soup with Shrimp)

2.) Pad Ga Pow Moo Kai Dow (Minced Pork with Thai Basil and Fried Egg)

Minced pork with Thai basil is one of the staple meals in the Thai food culture. Minced pork is cooked in a hot wok with Thai basil leaves, chilis, garlic, oyster sauce and soy sauce. This Thai food classic is then served over rice. Most people will order this dish with a crispy fried egg on top.

Pad Ga Pow Moo Kai Dow

 3.) Som Tam (Green Papaya Salad)

Som Tam is made from shredded papaya and is mixed with various ingredients including chilis, garlic, lime juice, fish sauce, tomatoes and long beans. A popular addition to Som Tam is a raw blue crab.

Som Tam

  4.) Pad Thai  (Thai Style Fried Noodles)

Probably the most famous Thai food known across the world is Pad Thai. Pad Thai is cooked in a very hot wok with eggs, tofu, chilli pepper, garlic and other various ingredients. Favourite additive meats to eat in Pad Thai are shrimp and chicken. It’s also typically garnished with bean sprouts, spring onion, peanuts and lime juice

Pad Thai

  5.)Jim Jum  (Thai Hot Pot)

Most Asian countries have their own style of hot pot, and just in Thailand alone there are a few different types! “Jim jum” (also called jeaw hon in Isaan dialect) is the style of hot pot from the Northeast of Thailand that uses simple, staple ingredients in the Thai pantry. Hot pot is such a great way to share a meal with family and friends. It’s interactive, fun, delicious, healthy, AND as a bonus, you get to let the guests do the cooking!

Jim Jum

  6.) Gaeng Keow Wan (Thai Green Curry) 

The main ingredients in this popular dish are green curry paste and coconut milk, with a meat of your choice. The coconut milk gives the curry a creamy consistency that contrasts beautifully with the green curry paste and the taste of searing heat it brings. It is usually eaten with a plate of rice.

Gaeng Keow Wan

After you try, feedback us for your favourite menu! 🙂 but I think you should try all.


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Board : Songkran Festival 2019

Songkran Festival 2019

The Songkran Festival is a national holiday in Thailand. It marks the beginning of the Thai New Year. The word Songkran is derived from the Sanskrit work samkranti, which means astrological passage. It is a traditional Buddhist festival, and it is usually celebrated between 13 and 15 April.

Big Smile Hostel recommend you the place to join Songkran Festival as following;

  1. Songkran at Silom Road, Bangkok 13-15 April 2019 at 10.00-00.00 hrs.

2. Songkran around the City Mat, Chiang Mai, 13-15 April 2019, 09.00-22.00 hrs.

3. Songkran at Patong Beach, Phuket, 12-13 April 2019, 10.00-22.00 hrs.

4. Songkran at Ko Samui, Surat Thani, 13 April 2019, 08.00-20.00 hrs.

5. Songkran at Pattaya, Chon Buri, 11-20 April 2019, 09.00-00.00 hrs.

Note:  No Songkran on Khaosan Road this year 

Merit-making ceremonies, parades and splash water will be suspended this year to allow the government and Bangkok Metropolitan Administration to improve and decorate the areas for the coronation of the King, association president Piyabutr Jiwaramonaikul said in the statement. 

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