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All roads lead to delicious daytripping

One of Bangkokians' favourite pastimes when they have a bit of time off is heading out of the city in search of local culinary specialties, and there is no shortage of great destinations or dishes to choose from

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The great variety offered by Thai cuisine is not limited to the number of different dishes, but can also be seen in the broad range of restaurants and shops where Thai food is served. They differ not only in the kind of food listed on their menus, but also in their mood and atmosphere. 

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For example, if you want to have a meal in Bangkok's Chinatown during the day, there are many places to eat along Yaowarat and Charoen Krung roads, including restaurants that serve kui tio luk chin pla (rice noodles with balls of pounded fish meat) and kui tio rad na (noodles topped with meat in gravy), both on Charoen Krung Road (the latter roughly across the street form the intersection with Soi Texas). Then there is the khao tom (rice soup) on Plaeng Nam Road, the grilled duck near the Yaowarat three-way intersection and the noodles with pork balls in clear broth sold at a stall in Itsaraphap Road off Yaowarat.

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