Ranking number 46 on the list of 50 Most Delicious Foods In The World by CNN Go in 2011, we can see why people go crazy over Som Tum when they are in Thailand.
This dish of unripe or green papaya salad actually originated from Laos, but is now eaten throughout South-East Asia with different variations – especially in Bangkok.
Thailand receives flocks of foodie tourists throughout the year for their delectable variety of Thai food. The vast abundance of street food might be a tad too overwhelming for first timers to Thailand, but one will never go wrong with the classic Thai dessert – Mango Sticky Rice.
Mango Sticky Rice aka Kao Niow Mamuang is a popular Thai dessert amongst both locals and foreigners. Made with coconut milk, fresh mangoes and sticky glutinous rice, this dessert is a delightful contrast of sweet and saltiness. Mango Sticky Rice can be easily found in street vendors and even in upscale restaurants.
The fragrant Mango Sticky Rice is simply a must-eat at any trip to The Land of Smiles!