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5 must-try drinks when you visit Thailand


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Thailand’s locals can get pretty creative when it comes to mixing up new and refreshing local drinks. From local beers to bright and fruity sips of joy, trying the local beverages is an absolute must! Here, we have the top drinks to try when visiting Thailand below. Top 5 Drinks To Try When Visiting Thailand 1. Cha Yen (Thai milk iced tea) Thai tea is considered to be the most popular and tasty of all the locally-made drinks. The orange, milky tea is light and refreshing. Moreover, its milk and sweetness goes hand in hand with its aroma, making it […]

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'Leo beer is also reportedly very popular with locals. Known as a larger size and it’s heavier and has a stronger taste' 

who wrote this must never have tasted this muck, it has a stronger taste than water, nothing else, one of the worst beers. What does the larger size mean? Chang and Singha have both been watered down to 5% or less from 6%+. The other drinks mentioned are just sugar diabetes magnets.

Best beers here

Lao Dark

Cheers Extra


SM wheat beer

Krung Thep


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Anyone else tried this new Galaxy? Another Thai brandy, not as good as Regency or Meridian IMO, and they are not great. Thought I'd try it anyway. Aged in Oak barrels, but not for long by the taste! About as good as that Viet one Golf Club.



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