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Flight From Cambodia To Bangkok And Best Thai Street Foods

Thailand is arguably one of the most interesting, convenient and safe destinations to visit, offering a diversity of activities, sights and experiences, from glittering temples and tropical beaches to endless number of fabulous dishes. Here you can find some useful information about flight Cambodia to Bangkok and the best dishes you must try in this vibrant metropolis.

Getting from Cambodia to Bangkok

Flights from Bangkok to Cambodia (and vice versa) are undoubtedly the fastest way to travel between these two places. The Phnom Penh International Airport and the Siem Reap International Airport is the two origins in Cambodia for a Cambodia to Bangkok flight. Prices of these flights can vary between $142 and $231 depending on your departure. The average flight duration is 1 hour and 7 minutes. Cheap flights from Cambodia to Bangkok can most be found in November.

What to eat in Bangkok?

Pad Thai

Pad Thai is a signature dish of Thailand.  This street food is made from stir-fried rice noodles with egg, bean sprouts, roasted peanuts, shallots, tofu, chopped chives, prawns or shrimps, and tamarind juice. Sour, sweet, salty, and spicy is the four tastes that make Pad Thai a unique cuisine.

Tom Yum Goong Noodles

Tom Yum Goong Noodles is a local favorite in Thailand. It is a combination of the popular Thai rice noodles and Tom Yum Goong – a classic creamy, spicy lemongrass and shrimp soup. Tom Yum Goong Noodles is topped with  lobster, crabs, mussels, a large piece of salmon, fresh squid and an egg.

Moo Yang (Grilled Honey Roast Pork)

Moo Yang is a grilled meat favorite on the streets of Bangkok. Meat is first sliced in bite-sized pieces and then marinated in a formula of honey, fish sauce, soy sauce, and spices, and then grilled on charcoal. The process results in sweet, soft, tender and juicy meat.

Coconut Ice Cream

Thai coconut ice cream is ideal treats under the Bangkok heat. Rich coconut cream instead of the cow’s milk is what makes this amazing dessert different from other kinds of ice cream. Thai coconut ice cream is generously sprinkled with real coconut bits, kernels of corn, toasted peanuts, or cubes of sweet jelly.

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