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Basic Practices in Thailand When You Have a Dietary Restriction

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If there's a surplus of anything in Thailand, it's definitely FOOD! Turn around any corner and you'll see carts selling various yummy-smelling snacks and treats. However, for picky eaters and those with dietary restrictions, it's not as simple as "I see it, I eat it." This is when knowing certain phrases is useful - you can get knowledge of the ingredients used and inquire if they can make something suitable for you.

Thai Language – Part 4a: Food

What do you order? What can you order? The need to eat is essential no matter where you are in the world, but this can be tricky in a foreign country, especially if you don’t know what you’re looking at. Whether you’re a foodie, an adventurous eater, or just want to learn more about what’s available in Thailand, learn some of the following vocabulary and phrases so you are equipped to get what’s really important: food!

Thai Language – Part 3: General Phrases and Vocabulary

Knowing some Muay Thai terminology is great when you’re living and training at a gym and talking mostly to Thai trainers, fighters, and other visiting Muay Thai enthusiasts. But, chances are, you’re going to have to head out of the camp area at least a few times to buy food, go shopping, or sight-see.  Knowing Muay Thai terminology won’t help you much when you’re outside a training and fighting environment. However, knowing some general phrases and vocabulary can get you

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