A guide to Thai cuisine: 3 dishes you must try in Thailand

Thailand is, no doubt, a wondrous country of exotic beaches and lavish malls. But if there’s one thing which a foodie truly appreciates then it’s the local cuisine. Thailand tourism has been riding high on the popularity of its cuisines which easily draw gluttons and foodaholics from all corners of the globe. With salt, spice, sugar and lemon making an eclectic mix, you won’t stop raving and ranting about the Thai cuisine after you return to your native country.

Thailand respects the taste buds of all kinds of travelers and tourists. So, you will easily find a cuisine which will suit your tongue and your digestive tracks. However, even if you are the most finicky eaters, you, for once, won’t mind forgetting your table manners and just sinking your teeth into the scrumptious spicy food which Thailand packages serve on your platter.

Some of the popular Thai cuisines you must try include the following:

i.    Pad Thai: It is a potpourri of noodles, onions and peanuts with a little helping from a number of spices and add-ons. It is one of the most popular dishes and it would really be a sin to miss out on it.

ii.    Curry: Thailand tourism has made oodles of money just by feeding its tourists with its countless varieties of curries. Red curry, green curry, Pehang curry, yellow curry, Massaman curry and khao soi curry- you will be spoilt for choice!

iii.    Tom Yum: Most restaurants that you visit under Thailand packages will be eager to serve you this local favorite soup christened as ‘Tom Yum’. An irresistible combination of spice and sour!

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