Food is a huge part of Thai Culture and can vary from region to region (which is just one of the reasons that foodies will never be bored when traveling around the country!)
They represent the creme-de-la-creme of Thai fine dining, and whose head chefs craft dishes that celebrate the countries culinary history.
Feared by some and adored by just as many, dining on street food is practically a hard-line into Thai culture.
With 3,444km of coastline in Thailand, it was inevitable that some of the best Thai dishes are created from the seafood native to it’s shores.
Thai’s are well known for their tolerance of spicy food, but for the uninitiated, it can take a few meals to acclimatize and a while after that to build up to local levels of tolerance.
While the ingredients mostly stay the same around the country, the slight differences in uses and technique in different regions make for some of the most incredible food you could ever hope to eat.