One Night in Bangkok-Part : How To Lose Weight In Malaysia Part 28

So a note first: we were only in Bangkok for one day. So the amount of food we ate is not that great, hence these being a kind of short post. Thai food is one of my favorite cuisines and it did not disappoint.

So a second note: I think living in Malaysia has made me a bit immune to being impressed by new cuisines, at least Asian ones. All the food I eat is Asian food, usually Malaysian food, and it’s great. So a taste of Thailand was amazing, but it is not something that blew my socks off.

Sounds like I hated it, but I promise I did not. I loved it. It’s just that I will not be using as many adjectives as other travelers to Thailand might use to describe their food experience.

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Some tasty beef noodles!
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So it was hot, so we opted for some shaved ice/cendol kind of desert along the river. It was fantastic
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Fried Turnip cake. I think. I took a picture of the menu, as you can see below, but I can’t read it. I am pretty sure this is what it was listed as, but I think it was carrot cake
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Pad Thai…which is an authentic Thai food I discovered BUT it was created by the king to help market Thailand to the world apparently. But obviously since this is my favorite Thai food, I had to try some in Thailand.
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There’s that menu
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Close up of those pork noodles!

So yeah, that’s it. Like I said, we were only there for the day and we spent most of that walking around. It was a nice little trip. We are looking forward to going back there again, which I am sure we will at some point.

 

Jumpa Lagi

Kevin


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