A canal-side alleyway off Pahurat Road in Pahurat, Little India, Bangkok, Thailand - photo by G E M

Bangkok’s culturally rich Little India neighbourhood of Pahurat

Size-wise, Bangkok’s Little India neighbourhood pales in comparison to the city’s neighbouring Chinatown district, one of the largest in the world. But that’s not to say it’s not worth visiting – known locally as Pahurat, this culturally rich and less touristy part of the Thai capital was constructed at the very end of the 19th […]

Barefood Bangkok vegan restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand - photo by Barefood Bangkok

Our favourite vegetarian and vegan restaurants in Bangkok

Thailand might not be the easiest place in the world to eat as a vegetarian – order a supposedly meat-free dish at a street stall and chances are it will still have fish sauce, and perhaps pork stock, thrown into the mix. But that’s not to say that Bangkok is entirely inaccessible for vegetarians – […]

Vegetarian Festival in Bangkok

The Vegetarian Festival in Bangkok (Tesagan Gin Je)

Eating vegetarian is becoming more and more popular each year as people are focus on healthy eating or reducing the number of animal that will be killed to be our food. ” However, every year for 9 days in September / October people across Thailand take this to a whole different level! The 2018 “Tesagan Gin Je” (pronounced […]

Cooking class at The Market Experience at Pak Khlong Talat flower market in Bangkok, Thailand - photo by The Market Experience

Our guide to the best Thai cooking classes in Bangkok

  Thailand is famous for its food, so it’s no surprise that most tourists visiting Thailand want to explore the country’s cuisine. The best way to do so is by taking either a food tour or a cooking class. At Expique, we are slowly becoming food experience experts – following the launch of The Market […]