Monday, April 23, 2018

Thai Milk Tea and Thai Bubble Tea

Thai milk tea and Thai bubble tea are everywhere around Thailand. It's very easy to find it on the streets. During my visit to Magic Cave Land in Nakhon Rachasima area, I bought Thai bubble tea.

Thai Tea

Brewing the Thai tea.

Crushed ice.

Thai tea with the crushed ice and condensed milk.

Thai milk tea - 20 bath.

Thai Bubble Tea.

Crushed ice with flavors: chocolate, milk, green tea.

I chose the green tea.

Green Bubble Tea - 10 bath.
It's tasted good because it's not too sweet.

Current currency:
1 bath = Rp. 440
1 USD = Rp. 13.970

Friday, March 30, 2018

The Food at the Camp in Bangkok, Thailand

Last week, I was at the International Culture Exchange Camp which was held from 17 to 23 March 2018. organized by Udomsuksa School. The participants were schools from Japan, Korea, Indonesia,Srilanka and Thailand.

The food at the camp and also at the resorts that we visited (I will post it in different posts) was absolutely delicious. I could never have enough for Thai food. 

Here are the pictures of the food at the camp.

Some close up pictures of the food at the Camp:

Fish with mint leaves.

Chinese sausage with shallots, chilies and coriander leaves plus lime juice.

Stir Veggies

Tom Yum Gung

Fried fish with chilies

Fried vermicelli

Thai Noodles

Thai fried rice for breakfast.

The fruits for dessert.
Sticky rice manggo


I was giving a speech during the Opening Ceremony.

Sunday, March 25, 2018

Garuda Indonesia Meal

Whenever I fly with Garuda Indonesia airline, I kinda feel disappointed with the food that being served because of the taste could be tasteless or too pungent. 

Below, the food that were served during my trip to Bangkok and Bali.

Fish, potatoes and veggie.
The pastry was not baked properly, it's still a dough.

Chicken with noodles.

Fried noodles with beef.

Saturday, February 10, 2018

Tukang Roti Pikulan

In the mornings, I usually will bump into this man who sells breads with a carrying pole. I can't imagine how much weight that he has to carry it  on his shoulder every day but for sure, it is quite heavy.

He is not only selling bread loaf and breads with filling (chocolate, coconut, peanut jam, cheese) but also some doughnuts.

A bread costed only Rp. 2.000 (14 cents USD).
It's tasted more like the old school homemade bread.

Monday, January 29, 2018

Tukang Kue Rangi (Sago cake)

I was passing this small alley on my way home and saw this man selling Kue Rangi. I seldom see this Kue Rangi seller so I couldn't resist to buy it.

Kue Rangi is made from tapioca starch or sago starch mixed with grated coconut.

Drizzled with brown sugar on the top.

It's crunchy but also chewy. Better to be eaten while it's warm because it becomes hard when it's cold.

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