After walking under the hot sun around the town of Ban Dan Nok, it’s lunch time before we head back to Malaysia.
Since both me and LY are extremely thirsty, we order 1 big bottle of fresh sugar cane water to share among. It’s extremely refreshing, and we finish the whole bottle even before our dish came. Hence, 2 person 2 bottle, fair right?
Some vegetables to go with some Thai sambal, which taste very good and spicy. Yummy…I love it.
Posted in Cuisine, Dannok, Food and Drinks, Restaurant (F&D), Thai, Thailand
- Tagged bukit kayu hitam, crab meat, Dannok, duck, thailand, tom yam
One of the advantages staying in my hometown – Sungai Petani is that it’s very close to the border of Thailand and Malaysia. Folks here can just spend a little and are able to travel out of Malaysia already. How great is that huh?
And yea, Bukit Kayu Hitam is the place always being mentioned by folks here. People always say, let’s go to Bukit Kayu Hitam for some little shopping, and have some really authentic Thai food. However, little to be known by folks here, Bukit Kayu Hitam is still under Malaysia, as it is Kedah’s main border town on the Malaysia-Thailand Border.You don’t need to pass the border, or use your passport to visit Bukit Kayu Hitam.
However, since Bukit Kayu Hitam is not their main destination, passport is needed to enter the town of Ban Dan Nok in the district of Sadao, Songkhla province in Southern Thailand.
Like in almost every border, the immigration area is always packed and full with people queuing up. We queue up for more than 30 minutes, and since it’s open air border, there ain’t any air-conditional to cool us down. So once we pass the border, the 1st thing that came to my mind is to have some coconut jelly!
Ice cooled coconut jelly @ RM2.50 is really superbly refreshing for us.
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- Tagged coconut jelly, Dannok, Food, fried chicken, non Halal, pork knuckle rice, thailand, travel