Thai Food 34
Anusarn Market a highly recommended night market to visit in Chiang Mai where you can spend a few good hours just eating and shopping. Not only it's easy to find, it's also open every night so there's no planning ahead required to drop by.
Streat Thai is one of the busiest restaurants in Jaya One for a good number of reasons. While its pork free menu may not please everyone, it certainly appeals to most diners. Food is affordably priced and not to mention the atmosphere is always lively and vibrant.
Impressed with the food at Senthai & Mookata, we returned shortly the next day to try their Thai barbecue and steamboat. But let me preface by saying that both their mookata and steamboat are excellent (as we hoped) and the ingredients served were high quality and fresh.
Although Kepong has its share of Thai restaurants, only a handful of them serve Thai street food. Senthai & Mookata is one of them, and probably the best one too.
Just a stone's throw away from the Yellow Thai food truck is Moo-Ka-Ta Krua Thai, a humble restaurant with an affordable menu. It's different from the usual Thai restaurant in the sense that their menu is less elaborate offers only the basic dishes. Mookata is a specialty here, along with a couple of noodles and some street food options.
Women's Prison Massage - it almost feels weird typing these words. But apparently it's a thing in Chiang Mai where you could enjoy a Thai traditional massage performed by female inmates who opted to participate in the prison's job-training and rehab program. The objective of this program is to help the inmates develop relevant skills to secure a job when they're released back into society.