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5 Most Favorite Thai Foods in Hat Yai

5 Most Favorite Thai Foods in Hat Yai

For me as Indonesian, eating Thai food for the first time is little bit shocking. Yep, most of the foods taste sour, spicy and I am not sure how to describe the taste of ‘pak chi’(for the first time...

Exploring Chiang Rai in less than 24 hours

The stunning Wat Rong Khun

Chiang Rai is the northernmost city of Thailand which is one of the most visited places in this country situated about 785 km from Bangkok. Even though it may be less popular than Chiang Mai as a tourist destination,...

Wong Wian Namphu; The Best Neighbourhood for Halal Street Food in Hat Yai

One of the reasons why i really love this area

Hat Yai is a beautiful city in Southern Thailand with a large number of Muslim population. So, finding halal food and prayer room in Hat Yai should not be a problem. There are plenty of halal food and Mosque or prayer room around...

Halal Food in Chiang Mai

Halal Street Hilal Town Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai as the second largest city in Thailand is home to small number of Muslims. They are Bangali Muslims which is centred on An-Nur Mosque (Chang Puak and South Changklan areas) and Yunnanese Muslims which is centred on...

Our First Day in Chiang Mai; No Halal Restaurants Open

Arrived at Chiang Mai Railway Station after 34 hours train ride

It was on Iedil Adha when we visited Chiang Mai. We planned to do Iedil Adha prayer at Ban Haw Mosque the biggest Mosque in Chiang Mai. But, because our train delayed so that when we arrived we missed...

The Best Way to Explore Ayutthaya

Ride a bike; the best way to explore Ayutthaya

Ayutthaya is an old historic city in Thailand which is in 1981 declared as one of UNESCO world historical sites. Many temples and the ruins of this old city are the reasons of most people to visit Ayutthaya. Well,...