Looking for a country to escaping from the frozen winter to get the postponed summer holiday? A country in Southeast Asia may be offering you some hottest places to getting some exotic tanned skin.
Thailand is one of the top most-visited countries in Southeast Asia which offering you more than a traveling experience by its culture, nature, and cuisine. Surely, if you make a plan to visit Thailand, you need to free at least a day to explore every corner of the country through its incredible cuisine. What are them? Here is the top 9 Thailand cuisine that you need to try at least once in your lifetime!
- Tom Yum Goong
Tom Yum Goong is considered the most famous Thailand soup in the world by its savory yet flavorful taste. You can easily find this all-the-time favorite food in every corner of the country, even in any Thailand restaurant in the universe. The easiest version of Tom Yum to find is made with shrimp which cooked along with any kind of fragrant spices and herbs that make this authentic cuisine is unforgettable for your taste buds.
- Pad Thai
Pad Thai is a stir-fried noodle that you can commonly get in the street foods in Thailand. The rice noodle which fully covered with any kind of spices and toppings like shrimp, tofu, garlic, and chili pepper will never disappoint you.
- Gaeng Daeng
Also known as red curry, Gaeng Daeng is worth to try once you set your step in Thailand. If you are planned to having a trip to every city in Thailand, you will be finding out that every city or region has its own typical Gaeng Daeng and so that’s why there are many kinds of varieties.
- Gaeng Keow Wan Kai
Gaeng Keow Wan Kai is the Thai term for green curry which almost has the same unique taste as Gaeng Daeng. The green color in the curry is coming from the green chilies.
- Khao Pad
If Khao Pad seems too unfamiliar to you, then Thai Fried Rice may be the best term to use. The topping of the fried rice maybe the same as the topping that you can find in Chinese fried rice such as chicken, shrimp, pork, or crab. The ingredient which makes Khao Pad special is its rice, the rice that used is Thai jasmine rice.
- Mango Sticky Rice
You need to try this all-the-time Thai streetfood, mostly between April through June when the mango season at its peak. The combination of the sweetness of the mango and the savory sticky rice would remain in your memory even after you leave Thailand.
- Spring Rolls
Landing in a Southeast Asian country would never be completed if you do not have a bite of spring rolls. The filling is different in every country and if you dip them in the sweet chili dipping sauce, you will taste spring rolls on another level.
- Yam Nua
Simply to say, Yam Nua is a spicy beef salad made of skirt steak, onion, spearmint, lime, dried chili, and coriander.
- Tom Kha Gai
Most people cannot found what is the difference between Tom Kha Gai with Tom Yum, since the two of them using the same spices in the making. The thing which makes them different is you can not find coconut milk in Tom Yum.