Thai cuisine is internationally known. Whether it's spicy or light, the characteristics of Thai cuisine depend on the chef, the diners, the occasion and the cooking location to satisfy everyone's appetite. Thai cooking originally reflected the characteristics of the aquatic lifestyle. Aquatic animals, plants and herbs are the main ingredients. Avoid using large pieces of meat. Later influences caused quite large pieces of meat to be used in the Thai diet.
A complete Thai meal should include a soup, a curry dish with condiments, fish and vegetables. Spiced salads can replace curry dishes. The soup can also be spicy, but the curry should be replaced by non-spicy dishes. Every dish and whole meal must be coordinated in taste and texture.
In Thailand, 7-11 is the most common convenience store, and Thais enter 7-11 more than twice a day on average. For travellers, unlike the shopping mall that is a must-go for shopping in other countries, in Thailand, everything can be found in convenience stores-delicious Thai food, exquisite and small snacks, and fatigue relief. Medicines, cosmeceuticals to resist the scorching sun ... even bird's nests have become cheaper here.