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Simply Thai

Explore Thailand and its secret recipes with the best food tour available for you.

Thai cuisine

Smokey Thai meat recipes with mouthwatering flavours ready to get devoured by you.

Why Choose Us

We are the best in providing the original taste and recipes made with home cooked spices and love.

Nature & Outdoor

Eat fresh food served to you at best picnic spots.

Events & Festivals

Attend the best food festivals around Thailand.

Home Made Food

Made with the love and precision of top chefs and families from Thailand.

Entertainment

Enjoy the evening with your family with delicious food and music.

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Inspiring

We will take you on a journey of learning, taste, and experience.

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Reviews

It was a great experience filled with mouthwatering recipes.
- Patricia J. Dummer
I had an amazing time travelling with my team exploring the street food.
- Ruth K. Washington
There were so many flavours to try out that we had a really tight schedule. Totally enjoyed it.
- Brian S. Cruz
The journey was memorable and surely requires multiple visits as the taste still remains.
- Tracy D. Grimes

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A Guide to Thai Food and Culture

Thai food and culture are an essential part of the country, and you need to explore the same at all costs. By doing so, you are making an effort to understand their values and push forward your own through the process. But before you go into the mode of exploration, you need to be aware of certain things. Yes, that’s right. We are here to provide a complete guide about Thai food and culture and eventually tell you all about what you need to do and what you shouldn’t do. Hence, here goes out guide.

Cutlery and Eating Style

The cutlery that Thailand uses is quite similar to western culture. They utilize big spoons and forks for their purpose. The spoon needs to be held in the right hand and should also be used in the place of a knife. Although, the Chinese brought in chopsticks to Thailand, very few places and people follow that very tradition. Today, people in Thailand consume their food with such cutlery and also do not fill their plates with different kinds of food at once. Hence, if you wish to know more about their mannerisms and eating style, then we suggest that you watch a tutorial video.

Thai God of Rice

A major point that needs to be noted tends to highlight the Thai God of Rice. The Thai God of Rice is their deity who watches over the people to ensure whether or not they have eaten up to their satisfaction. So by all means, it is not good to throw leftovers or even have leftovers. You should finish all that you have on your plate since the deity will be upset if you waste it. To understand the purpose of their culture and follow it all costs.

Known Snackers

Thais have been considered to be well known as snackers, and you will also find numerous shops and places that sell the same. Apart from their main meals, these individuals are also known to grab a snack or two through time. Spring rolls, beef satay, raw vegetables, and so on are few of their snacks. As you move around with your companion from Thailand, you will notice the same.

The History

The history that surrounds Thailand is rich and diverse. It is so vast and critical that few of their dishes revolve around the same. Most of the cuisine will help you analyze and highlight the same. Although few changes have emerged through time, things still tend to be the same. For this purpose, you need to be respectful when you consume their food and carry on various activities. Hence, learn more about their culture and spread the message of unity while you’re at it.

That’s Not Where We Left It!

I love everything Thai: the culture, the food, and the customs. I go, therefore, as often as I can and when I have to stay home, I read and talk about the divine country. I have many fond memories of trips taken for years back. I remember the times when I explored the countryside alone and found many surprises places to eat, sleep, and be merry. Every trip is an adventure and when I return, my heart begs for more. Not even a bad experience will deter me from going back.

I remember one crazy night when a friend and I were out at night and it was totally dark and we lost our car. Imagine that! It almost sounds absurd. Okay, people lose their cars in the supermarket parking lot or they forget which city street they left it, having found a single lone parking spot. It is easy if you don’t go to the same place repeatedly to forget where you stashed it. It is worse if you are in a foreign country far from home. I have never been one to wander too far afield because of unknown territory, but on this particular night we felt adventurous. We parked and went for a drink and a couple of hours passed. When we were tired and ready to retire to our hotel for the night, we got out our flashlight and began to search. It took almost all night since we were not successful at all. Fortunately, we didn’t have to worry about a dead battery as we had just charged it a few hours before we had left for the evening. Such are the benefits of Flashlight Pro‘s rechargeable flashlights.

Nevertheless, we groped about here and there in the dark in the area where we remembered we had left the car. Because we could see some of our surroundings with the bright flashlight, things began to look familiar. We felt we were close to the right spot. We were getting more optimistic. Finally, I yelled “aha” because I saw something on the ground that had fallen from our car. We were home, but where in fact was the vehicle. We were completely puzzled. However, taking a few steps to the side we discovered our car about 50 fifty feet from the original parking spot. Someone had moved our car to make room for a truck. It was clearly not where we left it. It probably was easy to put it in gear and move it back a few feet, then push it to the side in another empty spot. The truck that replaced our car was still entrenched in its purloined spot. We were too tired to be angry and just wanted to go home. We used the flashlight to open the doors and start up the motor, which fortunately sprung quickly to life. We crashed when we got to our beds and vowed to be more vigilant next time.