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|Big Tuk Tuk Bus in Cambodia|
In Thailand Tuk Tuks are usually of the same size, in Cambodia they range from two-seaters to bus-sized constructions. The Tuk Tuk we see here is one of these "buses".
|Medium Sized Tuk Tuk in Cambodia|
While in Thailand Tuk Tuks are usually of the same size, in Cambodia they range from two-seaters to bus-sized constructions. The Tuk Tuk we see here is of medium size.
|Matcha Latte in Double Dogs Tea Room on Yaowarat Street in Bangkok|
Matcha latte in Double Dogs Tea Room in Bangkoks Chinatown. My wife is a great fan of Matcha drinks and she said this one was the best she ever had. Must be true, since found the Pu Erh I drank myself quite enjoyable.
|Red Tea at Double Dogs Tea Room|
A find I welcome a lot was the Double Dogs Tea Room on Yaowarat Road in Bangkoks Chinatown. Not only they provide excellent teas and cakes for drinking and eating at the tea room, you can also purchase rare and high quality tea, such as real Pu Erh from beautiful Xishuangbanna.
|Yaowarat Street in Bangkoks Chinatown|
Yaowarat Street is the heart of Bangkoks Chinatown and well worth a visit. The appearance reminded me a bit of Hong Kong, a city I have visited several times and miss a bit tbh.
|Pineapple Fried Rice|
Fried rice in a pineapple is pretty common in Southeast Asian restaurants. But this one at Tealicious Bangkok was exceptionally good. We loved it.
|Decorative Tuk Tuk|
A decorative Tuk Tuk in one of Bangkoks many malls.
I am not too well informed about Thai Buddhism, but this seems like a holy tree with statuettes, food and drinks as gifts. Places like this are distributed all over Bangkok.
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