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Bang Kachao - The Green Lungs of Bangkok

Bangkok’s packed with 8 Millions people in 1,568.7 square kilometres (605.7 sq mi). It’s occupied by financial, business, social, culture and entertainment activities. There are not enough green space in Bangkok to breath.

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How to "Sawasdee" like a native

“Sawasdee” is the word using for Greeting like “Hello” and also for Good Bye in Thailand.

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Hoi Tod - Thai Oyster Omelette

Hoi Tod: Top 3 from “World Street Food Congress: 8 Popular Dishes”

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Poo Kao Tong - Golden Mount

Poo Kao Tong – Golden Mount is a 80 meter height gilded stupa containing relics of Buddha Lord.

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Tom Yum Goong

One of the most popular Thai Foods and the world’s best soup, Tom Yum Goong. It’s the best mixture of Thai medical herbs: lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, fresh Thai chilies, galangal root, mushrooms, fresh lime juice, chili paste, and off course Goong (Shrimps or Prawns in Thai). You can order Tom Yum with some other meat like Gai (Chicken), sea food or even Jay (Vegetarian). Everything in Tom Yum Goong bowl are edible. If you found it’s too hard for chewing, don’t worry. Just leave them. It’s available everywhere from 5 stars hotel to street food venders in any season. You can enjoy your taste bud with Tom Yum Goong in just a minute walk from Naga Residence. (See map below) Cheers!

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Pad Thai

Created in late 1930s, Pad Thai is stir-fried rice noodle with vegetables, bean sprouts, dried tofu, dried shrimps (sometimes prawn), and egg. “It may be the original fast food in Thailand,” Nitya Pibulsonggram, Thailand’s former ambassador to the United States and former Minister of Foreign Affairsm, told Gastronomica in 2009. Pad Thai, the cheapest protein and most nutritious meal is available from hi-end restaurant to street food venders through out the country. You can try Pad Thai within a minute walk from Naga Residence, see map below.

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