Don Hoi Lot, Thailand ðŸ˜

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We have put together a number of different destinations to help you make the most of your two weeks in Southeast Asia. Become three sights before you drive from Bangkok to Hua Hin, then on to Chiang Mai and then to Phuket. Sources: 6, 11

In the centre of Hoi An city, home to some of Thailand’s most famous antique shops and restaurants, there is a floating market. With the rich history and heritage of Hoi An, this place opens up to a variety of antiques that tell the story of Hoi An. Sources: 4, 11

It is a great place for a quick lunch or dinner with some of Thailand’s most famous antique shops and restaurants in one of the most beautiful places in the city. Sources: 9

Don means sandbar in Thai and Hoi Lot is the Thai name for grid clams, but there are many other types of clams and mussels. In addition, many restaurants and souvenir shops offer dried seafood here, and many can also be grilled in the area, which is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Bangkok and the city as a whole. The bar contains some of the most famous restaurants, bars, souvenirs and shops with a variety of different types of seafood. Sources: 1, 2, 11

If you want to know what Don Hoi Lot looks like, you can visit Pak Nam Mae Khlong at the southern end of the area called Sai Khee Ped. From Chuchi village (Tambon Bang Chakreng) take the road Rama 1 and follow the signs on the left until you can turn again after about 5 km. Follow the sign to Don and take Rama 2 (Chuchu village) from T Ambonsong village to Don Hao Lot (about 4 km). Follow the signs and signs for another 5 km to and from Don Hoo Lot. Sources: 2, 7

We started our trip to Thailand from Chiang Mai and stopped in several ancient cities along the way. We started the journey from Thailand to Ch Xiang Mai with a stop in Don Hoi Lot at the southern end of the area. Sources: 15

We took a local bus to Don Hoi Lot, Chiang Mai, Khao San Road and Ch Xiang Mai. Since we tend to combine our Thailand trip research and wholesale supplies, we have hesitated for a while to drive through Kao San Road. These guys will be out and about all day at various markets, from the floating markets to the main downtown market. Sources: 1, 5, 14

Another popular destination, Koh Samui, is a resort that caters for all budgets, but compared to Koh Chang, it is a great place to spend three or four days. Unlike Samet and Khao San Road, it is located on an island that is easily accessible by bus and has a good number of hotels, restaurants and shops. Sources: 6

If you don’t feel like chewing on the go, try the fiery stirring – fry the rice known as hoi lot patcha or stand the cold beer in one of the many seaside restaurants that offer it. Then there is the beach, where you can relax with ice cold beers while browsing the menu and enjoying the beautiful scenery and a good view over the sea, or even a beach volleyball game. Sources: 0, 3

Like Pad Thai, Tom Yum is a representative Thai dish that symbolizes authentic Thai cuisine. This restaurant on Khao San Road is an institution in Bangkok and serves some of the best vegetarian Thai dishes in the area, alongside the vegetarian restaurant May Kaidee. Sources: 8, 14

In Amphawa Don Hoi Lot is very popular with the Bangkok people and can get very crowded on weekends and holidays. The restaurant is usually open daily during daylight hours, but there is never a tuk that takes you there and back. Songthaew is run by the same family as the Thai restaurant Songthai Song Thaew, so no visit to DonHoiLot would be complete without a stop at their restaurant on Khao San Road. Don hoilot serves a wide range of Thai dishes including Pad Thai, Tom Yum and Pad Thai, as well as a range of vegetarian dishes. Sources: 0, 11, 13

Don Hoi Lot has many restaurants near the estuary, but undoubtedly the most popular is Khao San Road, named after the shaving clams that are abundant in tidal waters. There is a wide selection of fresh seafood, including the “Hoi Lot,” and there are a number of different fish varieties in the restaurant as well as a variety of other seafood options. Sources: 3, 11

We have a short guide to Koh Lanta, which lists things to do and eat, as well as how to get there from nearby areas such as Phuket and Krabi. Still, I thought I would put together a beginner’s guide to Thai cuisine to help those of you new to Travel Thailand. Expect some of Chiang Mai’s moreish favourites, including the famous Khao San Road and popular Don Hoi Lot restaurants. Sources: 6, 10, 12

Places: Don Hoi Lot, Thailand

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