A cuisine lover's paradise is Bangkok. Even if you visit three places a day, it would take you a long time to check off all the top eateries on your bucket list because there are so many excellent ones to choose from.

It's also the Land of Exciting Food, so it's not only the Land of All Smiles. Thai cuisine is vibrant and has a wide range of flavours. Thai food is typically incredibly flavorful and filling, while being mostly hot and quite kick-ass. A wonderful Thai supper is always welcome, especially while we are in Bangkok.


person holding white ceramic plate with food
person holding white ceramic plate with food

One of the most popular Thai foods is tom yum, a hot, sour, and fragrant soup that is usually eaten with rice. It includes shrimp, mushrooms, kaffir lime leaves, lime juice, minced Thai chilli peppers, shallots, lemongrass, fish sauce, and minced fresh ginger or galangal.

Tom yum is typically served as an appetiser and is generally topped with coriander leaves. Due to its popularity, many variations of the soup began to arise throughout time, including tom yum gai, which includes chicken, and tom yum talay, which includes a variety of seafood.


Thai curry is often a soupy meal made with meat, curry paste, and coconut milk or water. Thai curries are more soup-like in viscosity than the thicker Indian curries, and the chefs favour using fresh herbs and fragrant leaves over the spice mixtures that are frequently used in Indian curries.

Curry is a staple food in many Thai households, and there are two main types of Thai curry: curries made with water or curries made with coconut milk. Sour curry, also known as gaeng sohm plah, is the most well-known water-based curry. It is frequently made with fish or shellfish, and the sour flavour is derived from tamarind.


These skewers are constructed of thinly sliced pork that has been marinated in a salty-sweet sauce that contrasts the roasty sweetness of palm sugar with the saltiness of Thai fish sauce, soy sauce, and oyster sauce. White pepper and garlic provide a lot of bite. Traditionally, cilantro root and garlic are ground to a paste in a mortar and pestle, but to make this meal more widely available, chop the garlic cloves instead of the more difficult-to-find cilantro root.


The food culture in Thailandi is colourful and ready to be explored by the curious. Contact us so we can make sure that you don't miss anything crucial during your trip.




Thailand is an amazing place to immerse yourself into a rich culture, which can surprise you with its history, monuments, celebrations and, of course, food. Contact us so we can help you organize a memorable stay at one of the most magical places on the planet.