bringing 2 U events & happenings in and around Ipoh … & beyond…
One of the best things about making a trip to Thailand, besides cheap shopping and massages, is the country’s popular street food (and drinks).
But not every one has the time to travel out of Malaysia, near as Thailand is. So what happens?
There is a saying that goes, “If the mountain won’t come to Muhammad, then Muhammad must go to the mountain.” Therefore, if you are unable to go to Thailand for its food, let the food come to you!
That’s right. The Thai Food Festival that is on-going right now at Perak I.T. Mall @ Tasek Square Ipoh offers some of Thailand’s best street fare that you wouldn’t want to miss.
I have always looked forward to Thai Fairs at shopping malls in Ipoh but Thai Food Festival focuses on bringing to us all the snacks and drinks that we all go to Thailand to indulge!
In today’s post are ten top picks that are available at Thai Food Festival. Not depicted in photos are kerabu kaki ayam, ikan salur tepung, sai mai 2 pelangi, roti tisu, cincau fresh, telur sotong kerabu, pad Thai, laksa lemak Thai and pulut ayam, just to name a number of them.
Obviously, there are more delicacies, way more than I could list down. So, this means that you must check out the Festival yourself!
Thai Food Festival is hosted in conjunction with Perak I.T. Mall Nov Sale, held during the same period at Perak I.T. Mall. The presence of these Thais in Ipoh illustrates the solid bilateral relationship between Thailand and Malaysia.
Event: Thai Food Festival
Venue: Perak I.T. Mall @ Tasek Square, Ipoh
Date: 11th – 20th November, 2016
Time: 10am to midnight
*photography by Kevin Chang
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