The Most Common Drinks in Thailand – Quench Your Thirst

The beverage culture in Thailand is quite exciting. Besides Thai beer that is extremely popular among visitors, the country offers a variety of colourful and delicious drinks for teetotalers.

 

Here are some of the best options;

 

Cha Yen

This is a very sweet Thai iced tea. Cha Yen is made out of black tea and sweetened condensed milk, served with ice and some evaporated milk on the top. This is a bright orange drink often served in Thai restaurants such as the ones in resorts like Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort.

 

 

Cha Manao

Directly translated as lime tea, this is perfect for all tea lovers. This is brewed similar to Cha Yen but instead of the condensed milk, it is mixed with squeezed lime. This is common beverage found anywhere including street venders, city hotels, beach resorts and at riverside restaurants in Bangkok.

 

Nam Manao

This is simply lime juice served with water and sugar. It is the perfect refreshing drink to ease the humidity and heat from tropical Thailand and to even out spicy Thai curries. Most restaurants serve the drink with sugar syrup on the side to sweeten it as you like.

 

Sweet flavoured milk

This is a scrumptious drink made out of milk, coloured and flavoured syrup and ice. It’s a very sweet drink that compliments most flavorful Thai dishes.

 

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Best Dishes to Try in Thailand – A Mouth-Watering Guide

Thailand is most famous for its delectable cuisines that are packed with exotic flavours and spices and leave you begging for more. Here are the best dishes to try while in the country.

 

 Pad Thai

Served in many restaurants in Chaweng Beach and across the country, Pad Thai is a crowd favourite. Pad Thai comprises of stir fried noodles served with egg, shrimp and tofu and spiced with chilli, sugar, fish sauce and vinegar amongst others.

Tom Yam

Another favourite amongst locals and tourists alike, Tom Yam is a spicy broth soup made with prawns which can be found at local street vendors or restaurants at Anantara Lawana Koh Samui Resort.

 

Green Curry

Thai Green Curry is a thick coconut milk curry infused with herbs and meat. The dish is seved on a bed of jasmine rice.

 

Phat kaphrao

A popular street food in Thailand which includes the perfect mix of basil, garlic, chilli and fried meat served on a plate of rice and topped with a fried egg.

 

Khao Neo Muang

This dessert is basically Thai sweet sticky rice with mango. The rice is cooked in coconut milk and sugar and served with chunks of delicious mango!

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A Peak through to Abu Dhabi’s Local Cuisine – Indulge in a Culinary journey

The local cuisine of Abu Dhabi is greatly flavor- infused and mixed with spices and exotic ingredients from Asia and the Middle East. Food is usually prepared using ancient culinary techniques. Lamb and chicken are a staple in any traditional Abu Dhabi restaurant and it is usually coupled with an aromatic rice.

 

Here are some of the best places to catch a taste of the best traditional cuisine.

 

The Palm

This is an exotic restaurant located in Al Sahel Villa Resort by Anantara. Decorated with unique Arabian design this is one of the best places serving an International and Middle Eastern breakfast buffet.

 

Al Arish

Located in the Al Dhafra village, this is one of the first restaurants in the UAE to serve traditional cuisine. The restaurant serves a variety of starters, salads and a variety of other locale favorite dishes.

 

Al Dhafra Dinner Cruise

This is a restaurant located in a dhow. With great views of the area, the restaurant serves a range of mouthwatering local meals.

 

Al Fanar Restaurant and Café

There are three restaurants themed to serve locale cuisine. The restaurants are located in Yas mall, Grand Canal and in Al Ain. The restaurants offer an array of seafood, salads and meats in traditional Arabian flavours.

 

Caleb Falcon is a travel writer who specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers.

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