Thai Food Guide: 10 Delicious Thai Foods You Should Eat in Thailand in 2017

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Thai Food Tour: 10 Awesome Thai Foods You Should Eat in Thailand in 2017. There is so much amazing Thai food in Thailand! Thai food is known as being one of the most delicious cuisines in the world to eat. I love eating Thai food in Thailand and this video is a guide to 10 of my favourite Thai foods, each one a food that I think you should try when you travel in Thailand.

The Google Maps coordinates of the places that I ate at in the video are:
Breakfast Restaurant (Jok): 8.059786, 98.911852
Barbequed Chicken in Ao Nang: 8.033387, 98.827752
Pak Boong Mu Grop Restaurant in Ao Namao: 8.083772, 98.900653
Lang Juan Isaan Restaurant in Krabi Town: 8.078363, 98.908296
Mu Kata in Krabi Town: 8.083772, 98.900653
Ton Ma Yom Thai Restaurant in Ao Nang: 8.037268, 98.834499
Khao Soi at the Pu Dam Night Market in Krabi Town: 8.066628, 98.915704

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You’ll find Thai street food on many street corners in Thailand, as well as at every market, be it in Krabi, Phuket, Bangkok or Pattaya. Thai food markets are one of the best places to buy fresh and authentic Thai food while you travel in Thailand. There are loads of Thai food markets and night market all over Thailand, you’re never far from one. At the markets you’ll find so many Thai dishes on offer and the foods here are cheap, and so tasty! And in case you’re worried, eating Thai street food is perfectly safe. It’s what the locals eat and it is cooked fresh and sold quickly. I’ve been eating it nearly daily for nearly 5 years in Thailand and my friends who have been to visit and tour Thailand have all eaten it, and none of us have had any problems. Thai street food is some of the best Thai food you’ll find in Thailand!

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The markets in Thailand are also a great place to get an insight into Thai culture while you travel in Thailand. You can shop alongside the locals and learn what they buy and eat. And the markets are a great place to try traditional Thai street foods, learn Thai recipes and cooking, as well as eat some of the best Thai dishes in Thailand. You’ll see the people cooking the food right in front of you. And best of all, the food is cheap, often much cheaper than eating in a Thai restaurant. Eating at markets is a good way to eat cheap on your Thailand holidays.

Make sure you check out some Thai food markets on your trip to Thailand, and be sure to sample some of the amazing Thai street food that’s available in Thailand! If you want to try some of the most delicious food in the world be sure to visit Thailand!

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Krabi is about 2-3 hours from Phuket by land or sea, and has world class accommodation standards comparable to what you find in Phuket hotels and resorts, but in a more relaxed environment.

If you’re looking into Thailand Hotels have a look at hotels and resorts in Krabi. The islands and beaches of Krabi are famous for Thailand holidays, the movie The Beach was filmed on Krabi’s Koh Phi Phi Island.

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Thailand Living says:

4 prawns in his 30 baht jok!?? nuts! (in a good way…)

Wonder boy Ratchaburi says:

Welcome to Thailand ,😁 ยินดีต้อนรับทุกๆคนสู่ประเทศไทยของเรา

Gleb L says:

Good job, mate! Like your vids!!!

Alicia Ellis says:

I'm salivating as usual! 😍

Han says:

First time watching your video, great content. Very informative substance. Looking forward to enjoying these when I visit. Cheers mate 🙂

รอยหยัก ที่สมอง says:

I love food in thailand

Pam C says:

I LOVE your videos!

Chua-chan Grieshaber says:

Amezing @ Thaifood differance Breackfast In The morning Possible Sreetfood or market food
Some of Them eat Rice Soup or in Thai *Jok ,How To cook just cook rice and with pork or
chicken or sea food and Green chalot & coriander , fresh ingwer shredded and deep fly galic
& What ever do you prefer…!!!
Grilled chicken with Sticky rice, Differance more…Very interesting also for me because every
Market Differance…Just go on Test…Very Importen chili with Vinegar must not be you can ask for lemon,!!!

K3ITH Price says:

If anyone travels to Thailand and doesn't eat street food then they have missed out massively.

KneeDown Club says:

rice soup, ginger is herbal, can made a comfort your stomack(fart+good), push a gas out, if your suffer much in stomack is sick,
and thats food is good for helthy , easier to absorb when you sick,
Pak-bung is good for eyes,
chilly is good for eat more mean stronger

InAUGral says:

"Very popular" *Looks around and place is empty. Were you there offpeak?
This is from the breakfast bit at the start.

Also glad to hear a familiar Aussie accent.

Marvin Flyer says:

Thank you for sharing, great video. I like the look of that seafood curry in coconut. Now, since I don't eat or want to eat pork, or pork lard, would asking for Halal or kosher chicken get the point across, so nothing comes in the dish like that?

Gemma Joikhun says:

Thanks you for making food videos tour in Thailand (I am Thai myself but left Thailand since I was 10 and now I am nearly 15 and haven't visit Thailand since I left) I miss Thailand so much and food in Australia doesn't have any taste but hopefully I get back to Thailand soon and eat these myself ขอบคุณสำหรับ วิดีโอ

kbstone says:

what are the condiments that are generally available?

acajudi100 says:

Looks like grits with too much water

Patrick D says:

Lucky man, Darren. Your chopstick skill is still not in Thai style yet.☺

nopain nogain says:

thanks for your video,i love thai foods,

Sophie Saengjankhum says:

Im thai and was born in thailand and im heading there at the start of next year but cant speak a single word of thai only essan so noone will be able to understand me lol love the video keep it coming.

Marko says:

great video, but what happened to the panang gai? it is my favorite!!!!

Olivia Emma says:

I love how humble you n your family are vs other white folks living in asia with their white supremacist mentality, they think they r some kind of special deal just bc they r white.

Honey Pie says:

Larp Ped! Delicious! Duck!!!!

Honey Pie says:

Jo or rice congee? You like it! Looks wonderful to eat congee in the morning! Mince pork looks good with Jo!

Arti Raut says:

I am Indian but I love Thai food 😋.

Angela Owens says:

great video and very informative

Catherine Garrity says:

I do so enjoy your videos, and love seeing you out and about with your lovely wife and darling son.
 I am not able to leave my house much, due to illness, but with videos like yours…I feel like I'm right there with y'all.
Thank you for sharing this bits of your life with us!

Dennis Harvey says:

Hello Darren – went to Ton Ma Yom tonight. Very busy of course but the Massaman Chicken Curry fell far short of the one in your review. Massaman is my favourite Thai dish and I have eaten it at many places including Wanna's Place, the Massaman Restaurant etc. It's really a Muslim speciality and it seems that cooks from other regions try to adapt their red soup curries to make it look the part for the Tourists who will not know the difference. Can't win them all I guess, but aside from that I really enjoyed your review.

Cate Bray says:

Oh I really want to try mu kata now! And khao soi is my husband's absolute favourite thai dish… it seems to be hard to find though!

just another face in the crowd says:

14:19 that dude just vanished into thin air 😜

Emil Marstad - Food, Travel, Culture says:

Nice words about Isaan food, now that's what I like to hear! I'm currently trying to share authentic Isaan food in Isaan through YouTube. Fewer people than you might think knows about it! Most people just go for the safe Khao Pad or Massaman Kaeng! Great video!

Paul Nealon says:

Awesome info mate. Thank you

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