A large boat turned into a restaurant,
you may enjoy river views
and Thai foods.
A favorite menu is
of course, Pad Thai.
Khao Sarn Road
Centuries ago, this stretch of road was Bangkok’s largest
rice market. Today it boasts a vibrant nightlife for travelers
from around the world; and of course
you can enjoy Pad Thai here.
You can find it everywhere, on the streets and
in tiny cafes, ready-to-eat 24 hours a day.
Included in the menu is Pad Thai.
Made from banana leaves and served with
Pad Thai, the dish has a
sharp taste and is
reputed to have health benefits for young
Banana blossoms come from
the bouquet of banana trees.
On the full moon night in November, Thais float small boats
made from banana leaves down the river in the Loi Kratong
festival. Make a wish for good fortunes.
Thai desserts often include bananas
to sweeten the taste. The leaves
are also used as packaging.
Banana Tree Trunk
Not only is it food for pigs,
it’s also used for
in Muay Thai.
Thailand’s first standardized Muay Thai stadium,
named after the country’s historic
Thailand’s most famous Muay Thai fighter,
commanding the biggest fight purse.
Muay Thai Shorts
A favorite gift for tourists to buy. It’s colorful and
usually features the words Muay Thai
printed on the front.
Thai Classical Music
Thai classical music is featured in
Muay Thai fights.
You can also find it in
a Thai folk theatre
Likay performers wear costumes adorned with bright jewelries. The most famous Thai jewelries are made in Chantaburi Province.
During a singing performance, the actor’s dance
is focused on the hand movement called
“Jeeb” or “Tang-Wong”.
Likay is usually performed locally in a small
or in a temple fair, which is one of the
local festival organized at a temple.
This ceremony is where Thai Buddhist gathers
to celebrate an important Buddhist day.
The beautiful art tells the story of Buddhism,
the most famous of which are on the walls
of the Temple of the Emerald Buddha.
Almsgiving is a Buddhism practice held in
Thai Buddhist gives food to a monk
to make merit.
It’s a part of the Thai way of life.