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Featured Restaurants
 
Thailand features not only one of the finest cuisines in the world but also a wide selection of restaurants serving authentic Italian, Japanese, Middle Eastern, and other global cuisines.
   
 
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Thailand Food
aero 2 Gusti (Phuket)
   
aero Angelini (Bangkok)
   
aero Le Pregrill (Bangkok)
   
aero Mantra (Pattaya)
   
aero Patara (Thonglor) (Bangkok)
   
aero Poppies (Ko Samui)
   
aero Saladan Seafood Restaurant (Ko Lanta)
   
aero Seaside (Hua Hin)
   
aero Supatra By The Sea (Hua Hin)
   
aero Vanilla Garden (Bangkok)

WHERE TO EAT

Thai people eat Thai food for more than mere sustenance, enjoyably snacking throughout the day and well into the wee hours of the morning.  Thai restaurants, street stalls, and bars are more than eateries, they are places for people to get together and enjoy each other’s company as well as dine on some incredibly tasty Thai food.  Eating is a Thailand nightlife attraction in its own right!

Most menus in Thai restaurants read like phone books: filled with pages upon pages of different dishes.  Be adventurous and try some exotic dishes; if you are eating with a group, you should order Thai family style so that everyone can order something and all can try to find something he or she enjoys.

In addition to restaurants however, Thai people frequently eat food at food stalls along the street or at outdoor markets.  Furthermore, many parts of Thailand feature numerous foreign eateries that serve European, Middle Eastern, and other Asian cuisines.  The following pages provide detailed information about the best places to find and eat authentic Thai food and other types of cuisine.

During the first five years of the tournament blessing ceremony will be held before the opening match where monks sprinkle holy water over both players and animals to ensure a successful tournament.  In addition, a parade of northern traditional-style dancers, hill-tribe villagers in traditional costume, elephant spirit men, colourfully decorated pachyderms and teams holding up their respective country flags will kick off the weeklong.

In addition, a parade of northern traditional-style dancers, hill-tribe villagers in traditional costume, elephant spirit men, colourfully decorated pachyderms and teams holding up their respective country flags will kick off the weeklong.

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