The morning market in Luang Prabang is an experience for the senses – all of them. This is a locals’ market, so most of what you’ll find here aren’t crafts or tourist-geared products (you can find those in the night market). Instead, expect to see a lot of spices, grains, honeycomb, produce, raw (and cooked) Read Post
Every Sunday during the late afternoon, Ratchadamnoen Road in Chiang Mai closes to motor vehicles and opens up as a pedestrian-only street. Slowly, this stretch of one-kilometer road becomes filled with local food and handicraft vendors. It’s a one-stop shop for everything from impressive paintings to lanterns and flowers to an array of delicious Thai Read Post
Somewhere on the streets of Bangkok we found a food vendor making delicious papaya salad (Som tam). After filming her make Mike’s salad, she motioned for Tara to help out with making the second one. Here’s how to make one yourself with all the ingredients labeled (in English subtitles).