Thailand has far more to offer than just the bustling city of Bangkok and the sandy beaches of Phuket. Bordering Laos and Myanmar, Northern Thailand is known as the birthplace of much of Thai culture (including food, of course!), and travelers love its green scenic views, too.
I was determined to get a healthy brunch “fix” in the states before leaving for Bangkok. I indulged in a scrumptious feast, which included French toast, lox bagels, and eggs Benedict. Just when I thought I was “brunched out” and ready for an all rice and noodle diet, I was surprised to find a variety of brunch options in Bangkok. Thai’s LOVE a good brunch—it is certainly a classy affair and THE activity for trendy hipsters on Sundays.
If you haven’t already heard, I spent five months studying at Thammasat Business School in Bangkok. I cherished my new friendships, I explored the bustling city, and I FELL IN LOVE with the local cuisine. Thankfully, my University was located near Ta Prachan Market, which had people everywhere. In Bangkok, it goes without saying: where there is people, there is food.