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Thai cuisine is a complete celebration for the various types of street foods. Fresh and fragrant ingredients like lemongrass, chilies, coconut milk, shallots, fish sauce, kaffir lime and galangal dominate the dishes. It is a unique medley of each of the four basic tastes – sweet, spicy, salty and sour.
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Makha Bucha Day (may also be written as Maka Puja and various other combinations) is an important public holiday in Thailand which commemorates the event where 1,250 of the Lord Buddha’s disciples spontaneously gathered to hear him preach. This particular holiday usually falls in February or March, but like many Buddhist holidays the exact date varies depending on the lunar cycle.
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The Phranakorn Nornlen Hotel is a very unique hotel being run by environmentaly aware young Asians in chaotic, crazy Bangkok. One of the unusual objectives of this small hotel is to connect with the near-by urban community, by having local vendors as suppliers and by directing guests with maps and directions to appreciate the local restaurants, shops and street vendors.

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Bussaba Bangkok is a new boutique hotel, offering the comfortable rooms in 14 different decorations of Thai flowers. Welcoming you with the warm and friendly environment, the hotel have the single, twin, double, and family rooms to suit your requirements. All rooms are provided with the complete service and amenities for your pleasant stay.

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Gaeng som or Kaeng som is a sour and spicy fish curry or soup with vegetables popular in central Thailand. The curry is characteristic for its sour taste, which comes from tamarind (makham). The recipe uses palm sugar to sweeten the curry.

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