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ONE DAY TOURS IN HUA HIN

ONE DAY TOURS IN HUA HIN

ONE DAY TOURS. Spend a 8-hour trip with us.- a one-day itinerary Explore the sights of HUA HIN This tour gives you the flexibility to tour Hua Hin at your own pace, seeing exactly what interests you. You don’t need to stick to a fixed group itinerary. Instead, just decide where you’d like to go with your personal driver.   - ONE DAY TOURS IN HUA HIN - Kao Takiab Mountain. Rajabhakti Park. Railway Station. Hin Lek Fai view point. Hutsadin Elephant Foundation. Night Market. / Cicada Market. (Fri-Sun only)   Accessibility :  Stroller accessible. Near public transportation. Infants must sit on laps. ........................................... 1. Saloon/Sedan (Toyota Altis Or Similar) 1-3 Persons : Price round trip 2,300 THB. 2. SUV  (Toyota Fortuner Or Similar) 1-4 Persons : Price round trip 2,500 THB. 3. Minibus/Minivan  (Toyota Commuter Or Similar) 5-8 Persons : Price round trip 3,000 THB. Included : Air-conditioned / vehicle Experienced driver / Gasoline costs parking fees / 1st class insurance. Not Included :  Admission fees / Personal expenses: eg. Food & drink, tips / Any additional tours / Any services not in the program  / OT (overtime 200-300 THB./ Per Hrs.)  

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10 Thai Street Snacks MUST EAT

10 Thai Street Snacks MUST EAT

Thailand is a street food paradise. Exploring Thailand wouldn’t be complete without try tasting Thai food from vendors. In this article, I would like to recommend some Thai snacks ( my favorite ones ) you must eat and they are available throughout the country. 1 Shaved Ice with Syrup It’s the same concept as Bingsu in Korea. A bowl of coned shaved ice is poured with colorful syrups at your choice. Beneath or on top of the ice, you can choose the toppings: red bean pastes, grass jelly, corn, coconut jelly, taro, and candied pumpkin. This menu is the most popular during the summer in Thailand. Called in Thai: Nam-Khang-Sai 2 Grilled Pork Skewers This menu can be eaten as a light meal or snack because it is common to see this food in front of Thai schools in the morning. The skewered pork uses a fatty cut marinated with oyster sauce, soy sauce, garlic, and sugar; it has a sweet and salty flavor. You can have it with rice or sticky rice. Called in Thai: Moo-Ping 3 Thai Crepe A popular type of Thai street snacks, the vendor tossing, massaging a dough, and cooking it on a griddle and put toppings like chocolate, Nutella, banana, corn, eggs, or cheese and add sweetened condensed milk on top. Called in Thai: Roti 4 Thai ice-cream sandwiches A scoop or two of ice cream (coconut, mixed fruit, or Thai tea flavors) that’s been pressed into a bun or between two pieces of white bread similar to SUBWAY sandwich. The basic topping is sweetened condensed milk and toasted peanuts. But now there are various topping you can choose. I used to see sweet corn. chocolate syrup, red bean, fruits, etc. Called in Thai: I-tim Ka-Nom-Pung 5 Mini Thai Donut A small fried piece of dough, the original shape is a bit like the shape of an X. Nowadays, there are various shapes. You can see a long one like a stick. When finished frying, they’re a golden brown color. Its texture is crispy and soft inside. Thais have it as a simple breakfast with soy milk/hot cocoa or dip it in sweetened condensed milk. Called in Thai: Pa-Tong-Go 6 Thai Coconut-rice pancake Originally, Khanom Krok made with flour, coconut milk, and lots of sugar only. Its taste is sweet and creamy comes with the half-spheres shapes balls. It is a little crispy on the shell but is soft and gooey inside. The famous adds-on are corns, These days, you can find modern recipes, such as corn,  spring onions, pumpkins, and seafood toppings. Called in Thai: Kha Nom Krok 7 Bamboo Sticky Rice The soaked sticky rice, boiled black beans, and the mix of coconut milk, sugar, and salt are put them inside a tube of green bamboo. Cover the top of the bamboo with banana leaf. Then placed on a metal rack over hot charcoal for about an hour and turning every few minutes. It is consumed both as a savory food and as a sweet dessert. Called in Thai: Khao-Lam 8 Isan sour sausages Sour sausage is pinkish and can be found on skewers or comes in small balls. They’re eaten with dried chilies, raw cabbage, and sliced ginger. Called in Thai: Sai-Kok-I-san 9 Crispy Thai Crepes Thai Crispy Pancake or Thai Crepe cooked on a griddle until it turns golden brown. Then add with varieties of fillings such as sweet white custard cream and golden sweet egg floss or salty minced shrimp and fold it in half similar to a taco. Called in Thai: Kha-Nom-Bueng 10 Thai Fried Bananas Another Thai street snack, deep-fried banana is sweet, crispy. The flour batter mixed with coconut and sesame seeds gives it a little creamy taste. Called in Thai: Kluay-Tod So, next time you see them on a street, let’s give them a try!

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Best Summer Thai Desserts in Hua Hin

Best Summer Thai Desserts in Hua Hin

During the summer months of April and May, we presented you with a beloved Thai dessert in the peak mango season “Mango sticky rice” The menu is a traditional Thai dessert ( Khao Niew Mamuang in Thai ), the main ingredients needed are sticky rice, fresh coconut milk, and fresh mangoes. Traditionally, the Nam Doc Mai and Ok-Rong varieties of mango are used. We usually eat in the peak mango season. You’ll find delicious ripe mangoes all over Hua Hin and you’ll discover street food carts and stalls at markets that sell sticky rice and mango. We have rounded up the notable mango sticky rice shops in Hua Hin for you. I am pretty sure that you will be longing to eat again and again. 1 Mae-Suna Khao Niew Moon Further than Mango sticky rice, there are various of Thai dessert offering. There are also delicious Kaanom Tien (sticky rice dumpling with savory peanut filling), crunchy Babin (coconut tart), and probably preserved mango (mango sheets), dates, and whatever looks good and available that day, too. Price Start 70 THB / box Location: in Chat Chai market, on Dechanuchi road, Hua Hin Soi 72 2 P. Phailin Price Start 80 THB / box Location: in Chat Chai market the same place as Mae-Suna shop, not too far from each other. 3 Meechai (Mae Nongnuch Khao Niew: the oldest one over 60 years-running Thai sweet shop in Hua Hin) Price Start 80 THB / box Location: opposite to Chat Chat market on Phetkasem road ( main road ) 4 Pa-Jua Price Start 80 THB / box Location: in the corner of Selakam road, opposite of Hilton Hua Hin Hotel   Bon Appétit, wish you fancy this flavorful dessert!

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