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Where To Eat in Amphawa – Bann Thong Boran Restaurant & Music

Uncel Zun (Bann Thong Boran Restaurant & Muic, Amphawa) Bann Thong Boran Restaurant & Music located in the heart of Amphawa Floating Market is a great place for good Thai food and great music without burning a big hole in your pocket! I simply loved the atmosphere and the ambiance of the restaurant during my [...]

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Thailand Seasonal Fruits – Amphawa Khom lychees (Samut Songkhram)

Khom lychee seller on the highway (Amphawa, Samut Songkhram) Famous for its superbly sweet and delicious taste, the Amphawa Khom lychee season is here. If you are travelling along the main highway close to Amphawa, do lookout for the Khom lychee sellers. The fruit came to Thailand during the Rattanakosin era with Chinese traders and [...]

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Enjoy A Memorable Stay with Ruen Pae Amphawa Homestay (Thailand)

Ruen Pae Amphawa Homestay – Back to Basic Living Looking for a budget guesthouse in Amphawa? Ruen Pae Amphawa Homestay is a friendly family-run guest house, offering just 7 air conditioned guestrooms with shared bathroom facilities , conveniently located in the heart of Amphawa Floating Market in Samut Songkram province. Everything is back to basics [...]

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Thailand Songkran Festival 2012

Thailand Songkran Festival Songkran is the traditional Thai New Year celebrated on 13 to 15 of April, 13th being the Thai New Year, 14th being the nation’s Family Day, and 15th being family reunions at which family members get together and make merit at the temple and gently pour water mixed with Thai fragrance, called [...]

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Traditional Thai Snacks – Khao Kriap Waue (crispy glutinous-rice cracker)

Traditional Thai Snack – Khao Kriap (Amphawa Floating Market, Samut Songkram) Khao Kriap Waue is a traditional Thai glutinous rice-based snack food. It reminds me of making Kueh Kapit aka love letters, a traditional Chinese New Year biscuit. The batter is poured onto a heated mould and bake over charcoal fire for about half a [...]

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Protected: Motor Biking in Thailand – VEDETT MOTO TOUR of THAILAND 2010

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