Anthony Bourdain in Thailand:
The Complete Country Guide
Among Asian cuisines available to North Americans, Thai is perhaps one of the better known; Thai immigrants have settled around the world, and some choose to open restaurants that share their cuisine with the rest of us. For example, did you know that Fairbanks, Alaska, is considered to be one of the Thai food capitals of the world – with one restaurant for every 1,000 residents...
Anthony Bourdain in Chiang Mai: 16 Spots Where Tony Ate
As the second largest city in Thailand, it's no surprise that Anthony Bourdain felt pulled to visit during his travels. While we can't deny that Tony was a city guy, he also understood that big cities in different parts of a country would have vastly different foods. Compared with more southerly Bangkok, Chiang Mai gives travelers more perspective on the diversity of Thai cuisine and culture – two things Tony always did a great job of showing us...
Anthony Bourdain in Bangkok: 10 Spots Where Tony Ate
Perhaps due to its time on the silver screen in Hollywood or for its reputation as the Amsterdam of Southeast Asia, but everyone has an opinion about Bangkok. Thailand's biggest and capital city has something for everyone – and it's a great metropolitan setting if you want to experience Thai culture and cuisine...