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(A small selection of Thai dishes at a food-stall in Bangkok)
   
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The kitchen
Thailand has one of the best and richest kitchens in the world, it resembles the Chinese kitchen, but also has Malaysian and Indian influences.
In contrast to western culture, Thais do not differ between breakfast, lunch or dinner. Rice, the basic food in Thailand, is offered with almost every meal. Thus in Thai 'to eat' is called gkin khaao (eat rice), dishes are called gkap khaao (with rice).
In restaurants, hotels and bungalow-resorts in the tourist regions however, western breakfast is available everywhere.

Food
In Thailand normally only forks and spoons are used, only very rarely are knives offered. The meal is pushed with the fork, which is held in the left hand onto the spoon, which is held in the right. In the northeast (Isaan) and the north of Thailand very often sticky rice (khaao niiau) is served, which is separated with the fingers on your right hand(!) into small lumps, which are then dipped into the various sauces. Chop-sticks are only offered with soup except in Chinese restaurants, where you get them with every dish. These are used to shift noodles, meat, vegetables etc. either onto the short soupspoon or directly into the mouth. Besides rice, meat and seafood, various types of fruit and vegetables are also served. There are various spices including among other things garlic, coriander, sugar, lemon grass, fish-sauces and -pastes, coconut milk and chillies. Often the traditional Naam Phrik, which consists of salty fish-sauce, lemon-juice, garlic, soya-sauce and small cut chillies, is served with dishes. Otherwise if necessary, you can spice up your meal, which is normal in Thailand, especially with soups. Usually you will find spice-containers on the tables, which contain at least red, dried chilli-powder, fish-sauce, sugar and vinegar. The possibility of a western dish in the main tourist areas including Ko Chang exists, however one should consider the more expensive prices, since many added ingredients need to be imported.

Snacks and sweets
The Thai kitchen offers various delicious snacks and sweet foods, not only deep fried pastries, dried squids and grilled meat-sticks but also small cakes, grilled bananas, deep fried pineapple and much more besides, let Thailand become a true food-paradise.

Fruits
There is an abundance of fruits in Thailand above all there is bananas, papayas, watermelons and coconuts which are always available. In addition, you find apples, pineapples, durians, mangos, strawberries, jackfruits, lychees, pomelos, rambutaan and much more besides, depending upon the season.

Beverages
Besides water, tea and coffee many other alcohol-free beverages are available, such as soda water and almost all western soft drinks just like fruit juices and shakes, milk and Soya-milk. Beside Thai whiskey (Mekhong) and rum (Sang Som), the local Singha-beer is everywhere to be found. Chang-beer enjoys a larger popularity and also European beers such as Carslberg and Heineken are available in almost all restaurants and supermarkets. In many bars and restaurants it is possible to drink wine, western liquor, long-drinks and cocktails, which are very expensive however compared with the local spirits.

Vegetarian
Being a vegetarian is not always easy in Thailand, since traditionally almost all Thai-dishes contain either meat or seafoods. Many restaurants offer tofu or cook meat- or fish-free dishes on request - and a vegetable fried rice can be found everywhere.
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