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ถ้าคุณเกลียดฌอนเพราะเขาชอบลุงป้อม ผมไม่ว่า แต่คุณไปด่าเขา แขวะเขา มันไม่ถูก!

ปล. ใครจะมาบอกเรื่องเงินบริจาค บอกเลยครับ คลิปนี้ผมยังไม่ได้กล่าวถึงเรื่องนั้น คลิปนี้ผมจะบอกว่าที่ไปด่าเขาเรื่องชอบลุงป้อมอ่ะ มันไม่ถูกนะเว้ย!

เรื่องเงินบริจาคจะเป็นยังไง ผมจะรอดูข่าวก่อน
ถ้าเขาผิด ผมก็ด่า แต่ถ้าไม่ผิด ผมก็เฉยๆ
(ดูคนที่ไปด่า ช่องส่องผี สิครับ หน้าแตกกันเป็นแถวเลย)

3 weeks, 3 days ago

อย่าคลั่งการเมืองให้มากนัก! สิทธิของเขาที่จะชอบลุงป้อม
เรื่องเงินบริจาค รอหน่วยงานตรวจสอบ ถ้าผิดจริงผมก็ด่า

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4 weeks ago

At a local watermelon farm in Nakhon Phanom, Thailand, with attached coffee shop we got a bakery advertised as cheesy bakery. If something says it is made with or from cheese it is hard for me to resist to at least have a try. So we did buy the bakery.

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1 month, 2 weeks ago

I have been kicked out of a bank and a hotel with a thai national with me. The hotel does not have any information of that. And why write in english to wear a mask inside and alcohol if foreigners are not allowed inside?
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1 month, 4 weeks ago

A Coconut-inspired Permaculture food garden with over 90 edible and useful plant species.
Using every part of the locally abundant Coconut tree, an area of hot white coral sand is transformed into a fertile and diverse haven for plants and wildlife.
There may be no finer example than the Coconut to represent a truly multifunctional element in tropical Permaculture design. With a multitude of marvellous uses including food, construction, jewelry, bio-diesel and too many more to mention - no tropical home garden is complete without Cocos Nucifera!
Filmed at the Lung Mee Permaculture Garden in the Surat Thani province in Southern Thailand 2007.

2 months ago

How to harvest a coconut and remove the husk,
filmed in Thailand for PermacultureSiam

2 months ago

คำเตือน! คลิปนี้จัดทำขึ้นเพื่อความบันเทิงเท่านั้น ไม่เกี่ยวการเมืองนะครับ

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2 months, 2 weeks ago

We visited the Buddhist Temple "Wat Pha Nam Thip Thep Prasit Wanaram (วัดผาน้ำทิพย์เทพประสิทธิ์วนาราม)" in Mukdahan.

Temple on Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/kALxCo8nQApJqk5J6

3 months, 3 weeks ago

Jomtien beach.Before lockdown for covid 19

3 months, 3 weeks ago

After the long way to "Wonderland" at the Tiger Temple in Krabi, Wat Phra Maha Mondop Phutthabat (วัดพระพุทธบาท) in Pattaya did welcome us with a near endless stairway to heaven. Climbing the stairs at over thirty degrees and an unbearable humidity was hell.

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5 months ago

Saying goodbye to Thailand, shooting a quick panorama of the view you'll get at one of the main exits of the "Central World" complex, one of my favorite, if not my favorite shopping mall. Cheers!

5 months, 2 weeks ago

Part 4 of this massive Seafood feast, I get called "a Superman" by the owner for being able to eat so much, what an honor! - Beautiful and unique restaurant in the outskirts of Bangkok...

From Mark Wiens Blog/Video: Hia Boon Seafood (ร้านเฮียบูรณ์ซีฟู้ด) is a 1 table Thai seafood restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand. The family run restaurants is originally from Yala province in southern Thailand, but they lived for many years in Trat. Trat has some of the best seafood in Thailand, and when they moved to Bangkok, they wanted to bring top quality organic seafood to Bangkok. At first, the family just distributed seafood and did delivery, but their son Andaman, who is 20 years old, loved to cook. Customers were asking them to open just a single one table restaurant, and so they did. You have to book ahead and order ahead, but you can be guaranteed the seafood is fresh and top quality. It was a fun experience, and delicious seafood.

Dishes that I ordered:

Steamed fish, lime juice (ปลากะพงนึ่งมะนาว)
Shrimp salad (พล่ากุ้ง)
Barracuda, chili salt (ปลาน้ำดอกไม้ผัดพริกเกลือ)
Cuttlefish (หมึกหอมย่าง)
Grilled shrimp (กุ้งลายเสือเผา)
Pickled crab (ปูไข่ดอง)
Shrimp cakes (ทอดมันกุ้ง)

Total price - 4,880 Baht

5 months, 2 weeks ago

Here I arrive in Hia Boon Seafood, in Thailand. If you are willing to spend some money for a special occasion while you are in Thailand, this would be a good place. Incredibly fresh and delicious seafood and great, quiet atmosphere.

Also I had the honor to quickly visit the kitchen for a demonstration on how they prepare the food. Amazing!

Don't forget to watch parts 2,3... and so on, it gets better

How to get here?:
by Subway (MRT): Phahon Yotin Station, it is about 10 minutes maximum by foot from that station. You can also arrive via BTS Skytrain, I just find it to be more crowded and slow, also it is more expensive that MRT, and on the way back it was more convenient for me because the Subway stops closer to my accommmodation than the BTS.
Also if you type "Hia Boon Seafood" into G. Maps it will give you the exact address and instruction on how to reach the place, very convenient!

5 months, 3 weeks ago

Part 3, I start getting full and it shows, nonetheless, I TACKLE that grilled squid, that shrimp salad & that fried fish like a mofo, what a challenge! - Hia Boon Seafood is a beautiful and unique restaurant in the outskirts of Bangkok...

From Mark Wiens Blog/Video: Hia Boon Seafood (ร้านเฮียบูรณ์ซีฟู้ด) is a 1 table Thai seafood restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand. The family run restaurants is originally from Yala province in southern Thailand, but they lived for many years in Trat. Trat has some of the best seafood in Thailand, and when they moved to Bangkok, they wanted to bring top quality organic seafood to Bangkok. At first, the family just distributed seafood and did delivery, but their son Andaman, who is 20 years old, loved to cook. Customers were asking them to open just a single one table restaurant, and so they did. You have to book ahead and order ahead, but you can be guaranteed the seafood is fresh and top quality. It was a fun experience, and delicious seafood.

Dishes that I ordered:

Steamed fish, lime juice (ปลากะพงนึ่งมะนาว)
Shrimp salad (พล่ากุ้ง)
Barracuda, chili salt (ปลาน้ำดอกไม้ผัดพริกเกลือ)
Cuttlefish (หมึกหอมย่าง)
Grilled shrimp (กุ้งลายเสือเผา)
Pickled crab (ปูไข่ดอง)
Shrimp cakes (ทอดมันกุ้ง)
Total price - 4,880 Baht

5 months, 3 weeks ago

Part 5, my battery DIES mid-video - Beautiful and unique restaurant in the outskirts of Bangkok...

From Mark Wiens Blog/Video: Hia Boon Seafood (ร้านเฮียบูรณ์ซีฟู้ด) is a 1 table Thai seafood restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand. The family run restaurants is originally from Yala province in southern Thailand, but they lived for many years in Trat. Trat has some of the best seafood in Thailand, and when they moved to Bangkok, they wanted to bring top quality organic seafood to Bangkok. At first, the family just distributed seafood and did delivery, but their son Andaman, who is 20 years old, loved to cook. Customers were asking them to open just a single one table restaurant, and so they did. You have to book ahead and order ahead, but you can be guaranteed the seafood is fresh and top quality. It was a fun experience, and delicious seafood.

Dishes that I ordered:

Steamed fish, lime juice (ปลากะพงนึ่งมะนาว)
Shrimp salad (พล่ากุ้ง)
Barracuda, chili salt (ปลาน้ำดอกไม้ผัดพริกเกลือ)
Cuttlefish (หมึกหอมย่าง)
Grilled shrimp (กุ้งลายเสือเผา)
Pickled crab (ปูไข่ดอง)
Shrimp cakes (ทอดมันกุ้ง)

Total price - 4,880 Baht

5 months, 3 weeks ago

Ending clip from my trip to this beautiful and unique restaurant in the outskirts of Bangkok...

When I say "I couldn't", I mean it in both senses! I couldn't open this guy up, but also, and quite honestly, it wasn't my favorite. I wasn't gonna let a crab make this eating-session end up on a negative note. Also, it was cold. It didn't "get cold" I was COLD from the very beginning, kind of a turn-off for me.

From Mark Wiens Blog/Video: Hia Boon Seafood (ร้านเฮียบูรณ์ซีฟู้ด) is a 1 table Thai seafood restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand. The family run restaurants is originally from Yala province in southern Thailand, but they lived for many years in Trat. Trat has some of the best seafood in Thailand, and when they moved to Bangkok, they wanted to bring top quality organic seafood to Bangkok. At first, the family just distributed seafood and did delivery, but their son Andaman, who is 20 years old, loved to cook. Customers were asking them to open just a single one table restaurant, and so they did. You have to book ahead and order ahead, but you can be guaranteed the seafood is fresh and top quality. It was a fun experience, and delicious seafood.

Dishes that I ordered:

Steamed fish, lime juice (ปลากะพงนึ่งมะนาว)
Shrimp salad (พล่ากุ้ง)
Barracuda, chili salt (ปลาน้ำดอกไม้ผัดพริกเกลือ)
Cuttlefish (หมึกหอมย่าง)
Grilled shrimp (กุ้งลายเสือเผา)
Pickled crab (ปูไข่ดอง)
Shrimp cakes (ทอดมันกุ้ง)
Total price - 4,880 Baht

...Pricy, but take into account that this is "Grade-A" shellfish sold *by weight*

5 months, 3 weeks ago

After crossing the river to reach the town in Ayutthaya (5 Baht by Ferry), I get faced with a big question: Do I walk all the way to "Ayutthaya Historic Park", or do I go with a Taxi/TukTuk?. Here's my experience

Just for the record: Haggling *IS* a pretty common thing here in Thailand, particularly when I comes to Tuk Tuks (and Taxis, but you shouldn't do that because ALL have meters), you just have to have the bargaining skills and honestly, be in the mood for it, because it can get a little bit tiresome at some points, especially if you are in a rush.

How to get to Ayutthaya?: I came to Ayutthaya by regular Regional Train. First, you have to go to "Hua-Lampong" (there is a MRT station with that same name, it will drop you off merely footsteps away from the train station).
Second is obviously to buy your ticket at the counter(s) in the main lobby: I did in fact, travel in third class (ticket is just 20B) there is no guarantee of you getting a seat, fortunately for me I DID. Also there is no A/C, but there are plenty of windows and everybody opens them up, so at the end of the day it is totally acceptable. Also there are many fans throughout the train ceiling. The train takes about 1 Hour and half approximately. You will know when you are there because in the ticket it tells you the approximate arrival time. One more thing! when you arrive at the Train station in Ayutthaya, immediately go towards the river (you can ask train security and they will point you in the general direction, you can't miss it honestly) and catch the ferry for just 5 Baht, *then* from there you can take a taxi or tuk-tuk to the Emblematic areas, it shouldn't cost you more than 30/40 Baht.

5 months, 3 weeks ago

In this video I arrive to "Ayutthaya Historical Park" after my Tuk tuk adventure, first thing I encounter is a massive and majestic elephant walking past me, next, there's a natural squirrel "show" playing out in front of my eyes. Squirrels just are naturally funny. After that I keep exploring, eventually arriving at the "Phra Mongkhon Bophit" AKA biggest bronze buddha (there's some accounts that describe it as "one of the biggest"). I did not officially enter the place, but that was not necessary, I just stood at the door and pointed my camera at it. So that was great. There also some more things going on in this video... Do check out my other Ayutthaya videos, it gets funny

How to get to Ayutthaya?: I came to Ayutthaya by regular Regional Train. First, you have to go to "Hua-Lampong" (there is a MRT station with that same name, it will drop you off merely footsteps away from the train station).
Second is obviously to buy your ticket at the counter(s) in the main lobby: I did in fact, travel in third class (ticket is just 20B) there is no guarantee of you getting a seat, fortunately for me I DID. Also there is no A/C, but there are plenty of windows and everybody opens them up, so at the end of the day it is totally acceptable. Also there are many fans throughout the train ceiling. The train takes about 1 Hour and half approximately. You will know when you are there because in the ticket it tells you the approximate arrival time. One more thing! when you arrive at the Train station in Ayutthaya, immediately go towards the river (you can ask train security and they will point you in the general direction, you can't miss it honestly) and catch the ferry for just 5 Baht, *then* from there you can take a taxi or tuk-tuk to the Emblematic areas, it shouldn't cost you more than 30/40 Baht.

5 months, 3 weeks ago

"Ok, this is epic." This to me was an absolutely funny and remarkable experience. Randomly, as I was walking through "Ayutthaya Historic Park", a group of young Students approached me and asked if they could interview me, the answer was obviously "Yes", even if just for the laughs and the surreal nature of the situation.

I must say, they were really jovial and did seem legitimately interested in my responses, although it is clear they were doing this for a school project. Nevertheless, I felt very honored and as I say in the video, this type of interactions really show you how open and friendly the Thai People are. I'm so happy I visited this country!

How to get to Ayutthaya?: I came to Ayutthaya by regular Regional Train. First, you have to go to "Hua-Lampong" (there is a MRT station with that same name, it will drop you off merely footsteps away from the train station).
Second is obviously to buy your ticket at the counter(s) in the main lobby: I did in fact, travel in third class (ticket is just 20B) there is no guarantee of you getting a seat, fortunately for me I DID. Also there is no A/C, but there are plenty of windows and everybody opens them up, so at the end of the day it is totally acceptable. Also there are many fans throughout the train ceiling. The train takes about 1 Hour and half approximately. You will know when you are there because in the ticket it tells you the approximate arrival time. One more thing! when you arrive at the Train station in Ayutthaya, immediately go towards the river (you can ask train security and they will point you in the general direction, you can't miss it honestly) and catch the ferry for just 5 Baht, *then* from there you can take a taxi or tuk-tuk to the Emblematic areas, it shouldn't cost you more than 30/40 Baht.

5 months, 3 weeks ago

The title of this video explains it all.

How to get to Ayutthaya?:
I came to Ayutthaya by regular Regional Train. First, you have to go to "Hua-Lampong" (there is a MRT station with that same name, it will drop you off merely footsteps away from the train station).
Second is obviously to buy your ticket at the counter(s) in the main lobby: I did in fact, travel in third class (ticket is just 20B) there is no guarantee of you getting a seat, fortunately for me I DID. Also there is no A/C, but there are plenty of windows and everybody opens them up, so at the end of the day it is totally acceptable. Also there are many fans throughout the train ceiling. The train takes about 1 Hour and half approximately. You will know when you are there because in the ticket it tells you the approximate arrival time. One more thing! when you arrive at the Train station in Ayutthaya, immediately go towards the river (you can ask train security and they will point you in the general direction, you can't miss it honestly) and catch the ferry for just 5 Baht, *then* from there you can take a taxi or tuk-tuk to the Emblematic areas, it shouldn't cost you more than 30/40 Baht.

5 months, 3 weeks ago

In this Vlog: I visit the Lily pads that are adjacent to the Ayutthaya Historic Center (essentially, where all the statues are located). I was on my way back and I saw the water bodies and thought it was a beautiful area and worth documenting. Also there was a footpath all around here so it was a good way to stretch my legs before I said "good bye" to this wonderful place

While I take a little stroll and share my thoughts, can you believe it? I meet my Old Tuk-tuk buddy! He is the one who drove me here, now the question is... will he drive me back for the same price?

How to get to Ayutthaya?: I came to Ayutthaya by regular Regional Train. First, you have to go to "Hua-Lampong" (there is a MRT station with that same name, it will drop you off merely footsteps away from the train station).
Second is obviously to buy your ticket at the counter(s) in the main lobby: I did in fact, travel in third class (ticket is just 20B) there is no guarantee of you getting a seat, fortunately for me I DID. Also there is no A/C, but there are plenty of windows and everybody opens them up, so at the end of the day it is totally acceptable. Also there are many fans throughout the train ceiling. The train takes about 1 Hour and half approximately. You will know when you are there because in the ticket it tells you the approximate arrival time. One more thing! when you arrive at the Train station in Ayutthaya, immediately go towards the river (you can ask train security and they will point you in the general direction, you can't miss it honestly) and catch the ferry for just 5 Baht, *then* from there you can take a taxi or tuk-tuk to the Emblematic areas, it shouldn't cost you more than 30/40 Baht.

5 months, 3 weeks ago

Yes! I found the lady that makes the Sweet Sticky Rice w/ a layer of custard wrapped in small banana-leaf packets.

I then try it out and give you my assessment of this dessert. It is quite good, similar to the Khao Lam that I had when I went to Khlao Lat Mayom Market (The other very popular and very worth visiting Weekend market in Bangkok).

How to get here?: Take the "MRT" (Subway) to the NEXT station right after "Chatuchak Park", Or Tor Kor Market is right next to Chatuchak Weekend Market, literally 2 minutes away by foot. You can't miss it.

Enjoy
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5 months, 3 weeks ago

This is Part 1, here I arrive after a short walk - The guy who works here is really nice, I was here a couple of nights ago and it was really late, so he hadn't the star-item of the menu. But nevertheless, I did say to myself that I would be going back there, so I did. Take into account that this is after eating two full-meals before arriving here, so maybe I was a little bit more critical with the food than I usually would be. The place opened not long after I arrived, so the place was empty at that point.

What I ordered:
- Noodles with braised pork
- Traditional Won-tons with Soy sauce, the star-item of the menu
The meal cost me 120 Baht.

How do I get here?: Copy & paste this into your navigator, for example: หยวน หมี่ ปัง เปา สาขาประตูผี
Or also you can get there via MRT/Subway: the closest Station is called "Sam Yot", when you exit the station just turn left, and just walk straight about 5 minutes, it is just before a place called "Chinese Steamed Buns" and a Shawarma street-food stall.

5 months, 3 weeks ago

A must go to place in Pattaya is the huge temple complex of Wat Yannasangwararam Woramahawihan (วัดญาณสังวราราม).
Bring time because here is a lot to see and walk.

Website: http://watyanasangvararam.com
Temple on Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/Wk9JxxdhtVvLhZ9s8

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5 months, 3 weeks ago

Since this place is very near to the University in the Banglamphu area. One could say that this is what students eat, "Student Fuel" if you will, "Gra prao gai kai dao" is how they call it.

It is essentially a plate with a bowl-shaped mound of rice, a nice, fried egg and some sauteed chicken with herbs. Sooo good!, it is hard to express just how good this tasted despite the simplicity of the dish, I mean you have the Umami from the chicken and the egg, and some chilies that you add on top, plus the rice and the juice that forms from frying that delicious food in a wok. Yum!

I also ordered, spontaneously, a nice papaya salad.

Last, but not least: Check those views, I arrived in the perfect moment, not just because they were about to close (as you can hear in the video) but that sunset and those sunset colors are just spectacular, perfect pairing for the food!

Here's what I ordered:
- Gra prao gai kai dao
- Papaya salad w/ crab
The price was 120 Baht.

How to get here?: Copy & paste this into you navigator หลุยส์ ท่าพระจันทร์ (Ran Liong Lui)
Address: Phra Chan Klang, Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200
It is close to the Boat station where you can cross to Wang Lang Market.

5 months, 3 weeks ago

Buah! this was without a doubt one of the best dishes that I had during my whole trip in Thailand, no joke.
"Kuay Teow Neau Nai Soi" is the name of the place

A nice beef stock with some braised beef meat, really really tender and with a little bit of fat, then some thin rice noodles in the bottom of the bowl, some celery (including some stalks) and parsley, and some fresh crunchy sprouts on top, Too good! Sometimes, they would add some toasted garlic. Honestly, not just the food but also the place, staff, and hygiene were TOP!

I actually came to this place about 5-6 more times AFTER this one (this was my first visit), in many occasions having TWO bowls of that same soup back to back, that is how good this stuff was. What made it even better, if you can believe that, is the spices and condiments that they would offer you, a nice green concoction of secret herbs and vegetables, finely mixed with some vinegar I believe, that sour stuff would cut right through all that flavor, creating an incredibly unique & un-matchable contrast in flavors, but wait, it gets EVEN better. Dried chili-flake, soo good! then some fish sauce that provides a salty umami to the whole thing, it wasn't really "necessary" but since it was there you had to put some in it. And last, but not least: some nice white pepper. You know, white pepper and black pepper are worlds apart. That white pepper would be an incredible last touch that you can give to your bowl of soup and fits really really well with the whole beef theme. Guys, if you are in Bangkok, or in Thailand for that matter, you have got to try this! You will not regret it.

Kuay teow neua buay pisayt (I always ordered the big portion)
The price is 120 Baht.

How to get here?:
Kuay Teow Neau Nai Soi (ก๋วยเตี๋ยวเนื้อนายโส่ย)
It is walking distance from Khaosan Road, basically on the opposite side of the Chao Praya Express River Boat.

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5 months, 3 weeks ago

Right as I was preparing to leave the wonderful Restaurant at the "River View Guesthouse" (8th Floor) I discovered last minute that there was an even higher level that one can access via a spiral staircase. I will say, I saw some waiters going up that staircase, but maybe it was a restricted area, or something like that. At the end, they invited me to check it out, and in a completely spontaneous move, I decided to enjoy a local brew, "Chang Beer" while I was up there! I don't really drink that often, or beer, for that matter, but this seemed really fitting, also as you can imagine in Bangkok, it was REALLY warm, even up there.

As I said, the atmosphere in both terraces, the upper and the lower one is absolutely fantastic and I do certainly recommend you to check out this place. Out of the most popular Sky-bars in Bangkok, this is definitely the one that offers the most quality for a reasonable price, and the best part, it is not overcrowded like those other ones are. And nice soft music in the background, not loud, bothersome charts blasting while you are trying to enjoy a drink and perhaps a meal.

How to get here?: I believe the best options are either the BTS "Saphan Taksin", there are also buses but it's kinda difficult to understand where they are going and all that. From the BTS you have to walk like 10-15 minutes. Or also you could go with the MRT to "Hua Lamong" and from there, once again, walk about 7-10 minutes. Type "River House Guesthouse" intro G. Maps and it should give you a good breakdown on how to reach, because to be honest, the streets to reach this place are a little bit cryptic and not so well lit.

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5 months, 3 weeks ago

This is Part 1, here I arrive, and thank god that I got a table because this place gets really full. You know, being a Michelin-guide approved food establishment and all, that tends to happen.

They only serve three dishes in this place, that goes to show you how popular they must be that they can sustain their business like this, but also the level of expertise that they must have acquired at making this particular food-item! You will see in this video the lovely Grandma that is behind this whole operation. She is so lovely that she actually allowed me to film how they prepare this dish. Thank you so much!

Also I read that even Anthony Bourdain was at this Restaurant. So that is always a good sign.

How to get here?:
1391 Charoenkrung Rd, Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 (Opp entrance of Shangri-la Hotel) is the address. The closest public transportation option is to catch the BTS (Skytrain) to the "Saphan Taksin" station. From there it is literally just 3-4 minutes by foot. It's a little bit confusing to find at first but based on this video and maybe asking some locals you cannot miss.

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5 months, 3 weeks ago

Right as I arrived in Thailand (mid January), the first days here were mostly spent just walking around. I like to walk, a lot, so I would walk on an almost daily-basis to Lumphini Park, in order to get there, I would walk past through the streets of Yaowarat.

Before 'S.H.T.F', I visited the Yaowarat area, better known as "Chinatown" for us westerners many many times, though mostly in passing, this was one of those times, right on the Eve of the Chinese New Year (AKA Lunar New Year). I saw this gentleman making/writing/painting some very beautiful Chinese characters with "Gold-paint".

I kid you not, the man was there for a good 3-4 days, if not more doing this for HOURS, truly remarkable. Also he was not writing the same thing over and over, I can only wonder what it those characters meant.

5 months, 3 weeks ago

I just got off the MRT! I cross the street and I enter in Or Tor Kor Market in Bangkok, Thailand.

Here I take stroll around the building, and check out the food-stalls and food-court where they offer a multitude of dishes and snacks, plus beverages and fresh fish!. A lot of durian here, hehe. I have a few videos in this channel where I document my experience while eating Durian (for the first time), do check them out!

How to get here?: Take the "MRT" (Subway) to the NEXT station right after "Chatuchak Park", Or Tor Kor Market is right next to Chatuchak Weekend Market, literally 2 minutes away by foot. You can't miss it.

Enjoy
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5 months, 3 weeks ago

In this video I go again through some of the stalls, in this case some of the ones that sell fruit, because after that spicy salad and chicken, I need something to contrast and bring me down.

I saw there were many stalls selling Durian fruit, very popular in this part of the planet, have you tried it?.
One of them though, boasted about having more than one kind, in this case the Monthong (the most popular one) and the Kanyao Durian, after a brief discussion about what the difference is, which she didn't really explain that good, I said to myself "just buy it" and this way I can try it.

The price was quite high, she was selling 100g for 300 Baht which is a lot of money, after weighing it she gave me a discount. Maybe because of the stone inside, maybe because this wasn't a big exemplar. Did I get ripped off? If you are a connoisseur in this subject, please educate me. I am legitimately interested in knowing.

Also it is widely mentioned that the Kanyao Durian is also called "Lond Stem Durian" in fact, I believe that is the literal translation of "Kanyao", and the ones the lady sold there seemed to have a long stem.

I saw an entry in a Blog that mentioned there is a farm selling the Kanyao Durian for A LOT of money, but those Durians are so special and scarce that they don't even get to the markets. I mean, Or Tor Kor Market is known to be a kinda upscale place, I was just wondering that maybe it IS a Kanyao, just not from that particular farm. It's not like other people cannot cultivate this variety, right?

How to get here?: Take the "MRT" (Subway) to the NEXT station right after "Chatuchak Park", Or Tor Kor Market is right next to Chatuchak Weekend Market, literally 2 minutes away by foot. You can't miss it.

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5 months, 3 weeks ago

In this video I finish eating my "Kanyao" durian, and recap the main differences between the two main sub-species.

From a little bit of research that I did afterwards, apparently there are hundreds if not thousands of sub-species of Durian, nonetheless the two most common ones are the "Monthong" (the most prevalent one I would say, based on my visit to Thailand) and "Kanyao". The Monthong is generally bigger in size, but the Kanyao is more coveted. So I had to pay a bunch just to try this. I hope I didn't get scammed, LOL.

Also it's funny, just as I was ending this video, there was just one more thing that I totally wanted to try before I left, and it was the sweet sticky rice wrapped in a banana leaf with some custard on top. And, can you believe it? just as I gave up hope of finding it, I did find the lady that prepares it. So I HAD to try it. Watch my next video to see how that goes.

The thing that I liked about this market, it that at first glance the food stalls all were unique, meaning that there was not two food-stalls that prepared Papaya salad, just one, and the same goes for the Sweet, sticky rice. With the fruits and beverages it's a little bit different, hehe...

How to get here?: Take the "MRT" (Subway) to the NEXT station right after "Chatuchak Park", Or Tor Kor Market is right next to Chatuchak Weekend Market, literally 2 minutes away by foot. You can't miss it.

Enjoy!
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5 months, 3 weeks ago

Short video just documenting my experience eating the "Khanom Buang" which are the Thai-style "Crepes" at Or Tor Kor Market.

This is a really popular snack in Thailand, you see people selling them on the streets, in food courts, in Markets such as these, and the list goes on... The size of these in particular was not very big. Most times that I have seen them for sale they were not very big, about the size of a lighter, or so. I did try this two times before If I recall correctly. The few times where I have seen the bigger ones (not so common) I haven't bought them due to various reasons (Either too expensive, or rude vendor, didn't have my camera, or I was too full).

These are super sweet, I mean the sweet version, because there is also a salty/savory version of the Khanom Buang
So, this lovely lady had three types at her stall: the sweet, then the super-sweet version and finally salty/savory version.

Since I had tried the regular *orange* ones before I decided to just go with the other two types that I hadn't tried.

Here's my reaction. Cheers!

5 months, 3 weeks ago

Yes, I think it has been enough of eating for now: After the Durian, the sticky rice, the Thai "Crepe", the Chicken and the Salad (and probably something more that I am forgetting) I decide to head out of the Market.

Chatuchak Weekend Market is just right across the street, so I want to go there. I do ask some friendly locals where it is, yes, that is how foggy my brain is in this video...

Turns out that Chatuchak is absolutely full-to-the-brim with tourists and locals alike, waaay to much people for my taste and I cannot even pull out my camera comfortable, there are a lot of very narrow alleys and you are constantly bumping into people and waiting to be able to walk, also, there are no toilets, at least, not for free.

Who would have thought that Or Tor Kor Market was the Highlight of this day, when I actually intended to come to Chatuchak Market and the second thing was Or Tor Kor... ...goes to show you.

Also, I found that in Chatuchak Market there was mostly, and I mean this, just merchandise, shirts, bags, purses, and things like that, also cosmetics and people selling beverages. Honestly none of those things did appeal to me, so after spending 10 minutes there, and seeing how recording wasn't much of a possibility, I decided to head back home, to digest all this food.

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5 months, 3 weeks ago

This is part 1, where I find the stall and order my first meal of the day, I also record the menu, so you can know all the variants in which YOU could order your papaya salad, when you come here - As you may know, Papaya Salad is a staple in Thai cuisine. I had this dish a total of three times while I was here, but this one was FOR SURE the best one I had, a probably will ever have. Made with a traditional stone mortar and you know this girls have a lot of experience doing this. Imagine preparing only this dish (in different variations) for hours and throughout many years.

Really REALLY spicy, packed with flavor and great ingredients: Whole but small cloves of garlic, smashed with the mortar, some fermented fish sauce, Thai chilies, crab, t omatoes and of course that shredded papaya (some more ingredients were in it). Honestly just by writing this my mouth starts to water again, LOL.

The people in this stall were super friendly and they also had a decent level of English, as you can see from this interaction. Right next to this stall, they are united in fact, they have a Kickass Chicken ("Gai Yang") that you simply cannot miss. I try it the next video, do check it out!

How to get there?: Take the "MRT" (Subway) to the NEXT station right after "Chatuchak Park", Or Tor Kor Market is right next to Chatuchak Weekend Market, literally 2 minutes away by foot. You can't miss it.

Enjoy
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5 months, 3 weeks ago

Yummy! Here I begin to eat that fantastic "Som tam boo pla ra", the real deal, Papaya Salad in its finest form.

This is part 2, where I find a place, sit down, and dig into it! - As you may know, Papaya Salad is a staple in Thai cuisine. I had this dish a total of three times while I was here, but this one was FOR SURE the best one that I had, and probably will ever have. Made with an old-school, traditional stone mortar and, you know this girls have A LOT of experience in doing this. Imagine preparing only this dish (in different variations) for hours and throughout many years.

Really really spicy, packed with flavor and good ingredients: Fermented fish sauce, Thai Chilies, Crab, Tomatoes and of course that shredded papaya (some more ingredients were in it). Honestly just writing this my mouth starts to water again, LOL.

The people in this stall were super friendly and they also had a decent level of English, as you can see from this interaction.

How to get there?: Take the "MRT" (Subway) to the NEXT station right after "Chatuchak Park", Or Tor Kor Market is right next to Chatuchak Weekend Market, literally 2 minutes away by foot. You can't miss it.

Enjoy
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5 months, 3 weeks ago

When I travel, like most people, I like to photograph my experiences. However, I think at times people can get too caught up with photographing their surroundings as opposed to taking them in with their own eyes. When I travel I like to do something I call a "Time Lapse Travel Log". In order to get a time lapse shot, I need to take numerous photos. Working with RAW files, I can only take a limited amount of photos. I look at each shot in the video as a 'photo'. In a way, I think of it as having a 35mm camera with just one roll of film. I need to only take the shots that I like or the shots that matter. Since it takes a while to get one 'shot' or 'scene', I get the luxury of taking in the surroundings and it forces me to take a moment to slow down, as opposed to hurrying around to see as many sights and places as possible.

These shots were captured in Bangkok, Thailand during the last week of August 2017.

With the exception of one shot with a four second shutter speed, each shot has a two second shutter.

All of these time lapse shots are 4K ready. For any inquires about these time lapse shots, or any others, please contact me at '[email protected]' or at +82 10.2481.1722.

I am based in Seoul, South Korea.
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5 months, 3 weeks ago

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5 months, 4 weeks ago

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6 months, 3 weeks ago

I upload mixed contents to BitChute.
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Some uploads I have been trying for 3 days now, I still not giving up.

7 months, 2 weeks ago

On the way back from Pattaya to Nakhon Phanom we where passing Korat. And right at the main street (highway?) you can find a handfull of strawberry farms. Fresh natural grown strawberry directly from the farmer. There no healthier way of eating/living.
Of course we did stop at one farm. Beside of the raw strawberry they also sell strawberry juice there. But that is not all. They have dried strawberry, strawberry candy, sweets and alcohol made from and with strawberry.

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7 months, 2 weeks ago

If a foreigner does not give money tobdupport his girl, her family and her friends, they all get violent onto him. This is what i heard about often.

7 months, 2 weeks ago

In Thailand they have a bunch of sometimes weird softdrinks. One of the new tastes is Fanta Honey Lemon.
Pae and me saw a Fanta commercial at cinema and got triggered because all the people looked to excited about drinking that new Fanta. So we had to get and try it.

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7 months, 3 weeks ago

On the country site of Nakhon Phanom you can find a watermelon farm. Not only are they growing watermelons there but there is also a restaurant and a coffee shop located.
What a gorgeous combination. Follow us exploring this location. In connectino with the walk around the watermelon Farm we will show you some cheese bakery you can purchase at the coffee shop.

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7 months, 4 weeks ago

meiji is famous for it's flavoured milk creations. Again Pae and me found a flavour we didn't see before. Hokkaido Cheese Tart.
For every one who not know Cheese Tarts, that some kind of tiny cheese cakes. They are ok, for me, I prefer real Cheese Cakes (special those my mom does) or Egg Tarts.

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7 months, 4 weeks ago

I upIoad mixed contents to BitChute.

I have multiple problems on bitchute. I have to upload multiple times the same video and many times videos here do not play

8 months ago

On time for the new Star Wars movie, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, they sell at 7-Eleven water in bottels, designed after the prequel movies.
Even I am not a big fan of the new triology I am hooked by the design of the bottel and of course I could not resist to try the water. Enjoy this short review.

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8 months ago

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8 months, 1 week ago

Every year in November there is a big chinese/vietnamese celebration in Nakhon Phanom called "The Godfahter Festival" or in thai: งานสมโภชเจ้าพ่อหมื่นLike, comment and subscribe.

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8 months, 1 week ago

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8 months, 2 weeks ago

The Temple Phra Maha Chedi Srisangdham Visuddhi Mongkol (in thai: พระมหาเจดีย์ศรีแสงธรรมวิสุทธิมงคล), located in Korat / Thailand, is dedicated to a monk who is still worshipped even he died long ago.

Here at Phra Maha Chedi Srisangdham Visuddhi Mongkol they preserve part of his body and his belongings (like shoes, wheelchair etc.) he was using when he was alive.

You can find the Temple Phra Maha Chedi Srisangdham Visuddhi Mongkol...
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8 months, 2 weeks ago

My lunch and for after lunch sausages with beer.
Lunch 70฿ around 2€
Beer 38฿ around 1€

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8 months, 4 weeks ago

Wile i was walking in Bangkok i found this FIAT 500 on the street.

9 months ago

Fire today 11/11/2019
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9 months ago

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9 months, 1 week ago