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Samranrat Road or Pratupee (Ghost Gate) was formerly delivery coffins to Wat Sa-Kat; it has been renamed to Samranrat or happy...
Chiang Mai is a big city in Northern Region, a hub of economic and business, and also one of the most popular tourist destinations of Thailand. The history of the city can be traced back for more than 700 years, when it plays important role as the administrative capital of Lanna Kingdom which once rules the area in the northern part of Thailand. Today, you can still see inheritances from the old time through the ancient sites, culture, and distinguished language. The locals are also friendly and gentle to all visitors, reflecting their peaceful way of living. With all of these, the charm of the city always attracts thousands of travelers to visit each year.
Chiang Mai becomes a modern city with all the things you need. But still, well preserves heredity from the Lanna time can be found everywhere especially through it's culinary. If you visit Chiang Mai, it is recommend trying local cuisines from venders, markets and eating venues all around the city. There are several places selling authentic Chiang Mai style food, here are the highlight places that will give you the best eating experience.
Hua Hin is a seaside city in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, known for long stretching beautiful seashore and relaxing atmosphere. It has been a popular resort town since the old time and together with the ideal location just 2 hours drives from Bangkok, it now becomes one of the prime destinations of Thailand, offering plenty of resorts and hotels with various price ranges and styles. Apart from the sea and laid back ambience, one other thing that makes the city become popular is delicious food. From dusk till dawn, the city never scarce of eating place - from morning meal around Dechanuchit Road where you can enjoy with local style breakfasts, to the famous Hua Hin Night Market that runs until late in the night. There is also plenty of fresh seafood at service at sea-side restaurant and street-side venders. If you love food, Hua Hin is undoubtedly one of the places you should visit.
Udon Thani is a province in the northern part of North-Eastern Region of Thailand. It is famed for the discovery of Ban Chiang archeological site dated back from early Branze Age, more than 5000 years ago - an important jigsaw puzzle piece in prehistoric mankind history. Udon Thani is an important tourist destination and main transportation hub of the region. Visitor can connect to the province easily with buses, trains, and low cost flights direct from Bangkok.
Udon Thani is also distinct for its own culture and tradition which can be seen from its heritages like handicrafts and hand weaved fabric and silk, to local ceremonies like Bun Bang Fai (Rocket Festival) and Bua Daeng Festival. The local's foods also represent the living way of the locals well. Some menu from here is so delicious, widely known both in Thailand and internationally.
Hat Yai district of Songkhla is one of the most important economic, transportation hubs, and a well known tourist destination of southern Thailand. Apart from economic importance the city is known for its distinctive culture and traditional way of life, but at the same time offer a great shopping experience.
If you want to have great and delicious food treats, Hat Yai is just the place for you. There are various selections of foods ranging from local southern dishes, Chinese foods like Bakut Tae (braised pork ribs) and Tim Sum (dim sum), to choices of Malay foods for you to try from venders, shops, restaurants abundantly available around the city. Undeniably, Hat Yai is a big city with big chance of delicious food experience. It won't be exaggerated to say you cannot experience all flavours of Hat Yai in just one day.
Phuket is the biggest island in Thailand amid the Andaman Sea. It is the only province that not connected to the mainland, and has been a main trading port of the region for year. It is a blender of cultures, and people here comes from many ethnic groups, from Muslim, Thai, as well as Chinese. As so, you will find a variety in local's food that is influenced from each ethnic group, mainly Chinese which is the major citizens of the island.
Phuket is also known as a paradise island, Homes to many beautiful white beaches, crystal clear water, and pristine surrounding islands and islets. Along with great transportation services, choices of activities, famous night life, and plenty choices of hotel and resorts for all kind of budget and lifestyle, Phuket is a famous destination of Thailand among foreign visitors, and was named as the "Pearl of Andaman Sea".
Nong Khai is a province in North Eastern Region of Thailand. It is known as a gateway to Laos and Indo-china, as it locates on the bank of Mekong Rover and has a bridge that span across the river into Laos, only about 30 km away from the Laotian capital of Vientiane. Recently, in a survey for by Modern Maturity Magazine, Nong Khai ranks as the 7th best places for a home away from home. Visitor will be bounded by the charm of the city's atmosphere, its people, charismatic way of living, great weather, its cuisines, old temples, as well as the long-known ceremony "Prapheni Bun Bang Fai".
Nong Khai is like a mixing pot of cultures from Indo-china - Thai, Laos, and Vietnam, which can be clearly seen from traditional ceremonies and local eateries. There are many stall/restaurant selling Thai-Vietnamese fusion dishes in the city. Theyare so popular and become one obligatory thing you need to try. Today, you can visit this border city easier than ever, as there are several direct flights daily from Bangkok.