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The top 10 record speeds for passenger trains are:

  1. 603 km/h (375 mph) Yamanashi Test Track, Japan
  2. 590 km/h (367 mph) Yamanashi Test Track, Japan
  3. 581 km/h (361 mph) Yamanashi Test Track, Japan
  4. 574.8 km/h (357 mph) LGV Est, France
  5. 552 km/h (343 mph) Yamanashi Test Track, Japan
  6. 550 km/h (342 mph) Yamanashi Test Track, Japan
  7. 517 km/h (321 mph) Miyazaki Test Track, Japan
  8. 515.3 km/h (320 mph) LGV Atlantique, France
  9. 504 km/h (313 mph) Miyazaki Test Track, Japan
  10. 501 km/h (311 mph) Shanghai Maglev Train, China

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This article will teach you about Thai food if you are a beginner. And even if you are an expert, I hope you will find this article entertaining. I have lived in Thailand for many years. I still often find myself surprised by the diversity and complexity of Thai food. This article contains an overview of some of my favorite dishes, and introduces some of the basics and hopefully give you a few ideas about what to order. Although it’s often possible to get lucky by guessing and pointing at dishes in restaurants and at street stalls, it’s also easy to miss out on some of the best Thai dishes if you don’t know what you’re ordering or what exactly you’re looking for.

Thai cuisine is full of food fantasies, dishes filled with fresh herbs, and ingredients that magically come together into perfect combinations of spicy, sweet, sour and salty.

Purpose of this beginners guide to Thai food

Most of us have eaten Thai food in a restaurant at least once, but if you travel to Thailand you will face a totally new dimension of Thai food. This guide will help you to reduce the shock you will inevitably experience after you land to Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok, especially if you travel outside the big cities and tourist major destinations. Maybe you would like to try cooking Thai food and you do not know where to start. Or maybe you are visiting a Thai restaurant for the first time and need to know what to order. I hope this Thai food for beginners’ guide can help you.

Let’s start with the basics

Let’s start with the basic Thai dishes. There is huge variation in how cooks prepare dishes, no two ever make an identical meal. You will find the basic dishes below all over Thailand but there are also regional specialties to look out for, such as Khao Soi, synonymous with Chiang Mai.

There is a lot of bad Thai food around the world and some of the food served in Thailand is bad too, but done right it’s incredible. Many people consider it the most delicious food in the world. It’s light, healthy, delicately fragrant and full of vegetables. It’s not necessarily fiery hot.

Not All Chillies are Created Equal

Don’t be scared of the chilies! You do find chilies in just about every dish but they’re not always hot. The bigger ones are just another mild vegetable. They’re full of vitamin C so eat up. It’s the little ones you’ve got to watch. Often you add your mild own chili to taste. The best places to eat have plenty of condiments to adapt your dish whichever way you like. You’ll see small devilish chilies in fish sauce ( Prik Nam Pla ) or vinegar and ground dried chilies and pastes. Make your own Thai condiments here. Restaurants that serve tourists quite often assume the farangs aren’t up to the heat, you have to ask for your food spicy or with chili.

Thai Soups

Thai soups are served as part of the main meal, not as a starter. They’re filling enough in themselves, but sometimes people order rice on the side.

Your soup will contain sticks and leaves, you’re generally not supposed to eat them, although kaffir lime leaves are yum. Just take out the pieces of lemongrass, galangal ( galangal is far more woody than ginger), lime leaves, tamarind pods, etc. The two main soups you’ll find are Tom Ka ( or Tom Kha) and Tom Yam ( or Tom Yum).

If I want a soup as a stand-alone meal, I usually go for something sweet and milder like tom kha gai, which is made with chicken, coconut milk, lemongrass, and galangal.

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Tom Yum

Tom yum is one of the most common Thai soups, which is made with lemongrass, galangal, fish sauce, kaffir lime leaves, and crushed chili peppers. Tom yum goong is a popular version of this soup that includes prawns (goong). If you like spicy dishes, tom yum is filling enough to be eaten as a meal, particularly if you have it with a side of rice.

This Thai dish maybe isn’t for beginners, fiery hot tom yum, but delicious! Tom yum is hot with chilies and sour with lime. It doesn’t normally contain coconut, the stock is almost clear sometimes.

Tom Kha

Tom Ka is a highly fragrant thin coconut soup. It can be totally spice and chili free. Sometimes it has chilies. The key ingredients are the galangal and lemongrass. Kaffir lime leaves and fresh basil add more fragrance. Tom Ka often features delicious Asian mushrooms.


Fried Noodles

It’s kind of impossible to write about Thai noodles without mentioning pad thai. Like most Thai dishes, pad thai is a little different everywhere you order it. The other famous noodle dish is pad siew, rice noodles, chicken and Chinese broccoli, stir-fried in soy sauce.

Pad Siew ( or Pad See Ew)

These are fat, slippery rice noodles fried with soy sauce ( the siew) and vegetables, with or without meat. Pad Siew contains greens, kale, Chinese broccoli, or similar.

Pad Thai

Probably the food most often consumed by tourists in Thailand and certainly a Thai food for beginners. Pad Thai can be delicious if you eat it at the Street Food stalls or dodgy if you eat it at a restaurant.

Learn how to cook Pad Thai

Normally Pad Thai has thin rice noodles stir-fried with eggs and small pieces of firm tofu. Its flavored comes from tamarind, fish sauce, tiny dried shrimps, garlic or shallots, chilies, and sugar. It should be served with lime and peanuts. Sometimes there are vegetables, I think the best Pad Thai has plenty of bean sprouts. You can order it with meat or prawns sometimes.

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Thai Curries

Thai curries are made with coconut milk. Thai curries have a completely different taste compared to Indian curries because they generally incorporate herbs, leaves and other fresh ingredients, rather than spices.

The coconut milk is made from the flesh of the coconut and can be thick or thin. The colors of the curry come from the curry paste, all contain chilies and aromats. The curries all come with a choice of protein or straight vegetable. The main curries you will find are green curry, red curry, yellow curry, massaman curry, and penang curry.

Green Curry

The green curry paste is green because of the green chili content. Fresh coriander, basil and kaffir lime leaf can enhance the paste’s greenness. Thai green curry almost always features various mini green aubergines, sometimes quartered, sometimes whole.

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Red Curry

Thai red curry paste is made from fresh and dried red chilies.

Yellow Curry

Yellow curry is richer and creamier than red or green curries because of the coconut cream content. The yellow comes from fresh turmeric in the paste, making it slightly Indian-like.

Massaman Curry

Massaman means Muslim. This curry is filling with potatoes, lots of sugar and peanuts and is about the heaviest dish you’ll find.

Penang Curry

Penang curry is similar to red curry but sweeter. Coconut cream makes is heavier and richer.

Fried Dishes.

These usually come in chicken, vegetable, prawn or tofu varieties. The sauces contain a little garlic, soy, and sugar.

Chicken with basil and chili

Delicious and a Thai classic.

Chicken with cashew nuts

A delicious dish of fried chicken with cashew nuts.

Chicken with vegetables

Vegetables vary and are seasonal. You will find normally baby corn and cooked cucumber in Thailand.

Chicken with ginger

It contains loads of shredded fresh ginger, onion, and other vegetables


Thai Omelettes

Omelet Rice

It’s often the cheapest thing on the menu. Thai omelets are very delicious for breakfast with the right condiments.

Thai filled omelet

Stuffed with a meat and herb mix are amazing!


Larb is a meat salad with finely chopped meat, usually cooked, mixed with herbs. The meat is sometimes served raw. Thais add mint, lime juice, and fish sauce. It could also contain chopped toasted rice. Thais normally eat it with sticky rice and raw vegetables and chilies served on the side.

Thai Salads

Thai salads are great Shredded green papaya is a major ingredient, along with the fish sauce.

Papaya Salad
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Thai Food Culture

In Thailand, food is a reason to celebrate and the basis of any social occasion. Due to the social manner in which food is eaten, Thai dishes are typically shared around the table with no one dish being designated to a certain person- everyone shares everything. Throwing food away will make Thais anger so when eating Thai food, you need to be sure to clean your plate!

While Thai dishes often feature ingredients placed on top of a big pile of rice, the food components are generally kept separate. So, if you have a plate with beef, vegetables, and rice, eat each par separately rather than mixing everything together- that is the Thai way!

About cutlery

While you may find chopsticks in some Thai homes, Western cutlery is actually preferred in most of Thailand. However, Thai people typically ditch the knife and opt to hold a fork and spoon to help with the delicious broths that accompany many dishes.

There are a few things to know about Thai eating etiquette.

No chopsticks. No knives.

Use Fork, spoon, and fingers.

Don’t put the fork in your mouth. Use the fork to scoop the food into the spoon and eat from the spoon.

It is customary to eat rice by rolling it into a bite-sized ball with your fingers using only your right hand.

About bugs

Yes. Thais eat bugs. And I found some of them to be delicious. They are quite commonly found fried up at markets. Do not be a tourist just taking photos of videos in the market. Be a traveler and give it a try. Actually, the essence of some bugs is commonly used in the delicious Nam Pla Prik chile sauce.

About breakfast

There’s no breakfast as we know it in the West in Thailand. While we might be familiar with eggs for breakfast, a sandwich for lunch and steak and potatoes for dinner, there is little contrast in the types of food served throughout the day in Thailand.

Breakfast offerings typically include savory items like noodle soups or a plastic bag of pork or beef with sticky rice. If you can’t wrap your head around soup for breakfast, pick up some fresh fruit, a fruit smoothie or a Thai iced coffee.

Thai Ingredients

All Thai dishes strive to have all of the main tastes combined on one plate. That means all those dishes are sweet, salty, sour, bitter and spicy. Thai cuisine also relies heavily on spices and aromatics.

With a wide array of Thai dishes, it is best to look at the food category to really understand the ingredients as a whole. While foods will vary from region to region, the ingredients in Thai dishes are at the core of every menu.


There are chilies in about every Thai dish however, that doesn’t mean that every dish is going to be spicy! There is a wide range of spice in Thai chilis and the larger chilis are really just like big vegetables rather than a spice. There are about 5 main types of chilies used in Thai cuisine and a good rule of thumb is the smaller the chili, the spicier it is! It is typical of Thai dishes to be served with a bowl of chopped chilies on the side, like a condiment, so that you can adjust the spice level to your liking.


Tom Yum is hot and sour, made with chilies and limes. Tom Ka is a thinner, coconut soup that features ginger and lemongrass.

You will frequently find pieces of lemongrass, kaffir leaves, galangal ginger or whole tamarind pods in your soup – these are not for eating. The seasonings are left in the soup to intensify the flavors but remove the sticks and leaves before you eat or leave them at the bottom of your bowl.


The main ingredients used are, of course, noodles, soy sauce, kale, broccoli and occasionally meat. For Pad Thai, the ingredients are thin rice noodles, stir-fried egg, firm tofu, tamarind, fish sauce, dried shrimp and garlic.


Thai curries are all coconut milk-based so they have a creamy, slightly tropical taste right from the start. The variation in color comes from the spices added to that coconut base. Green curry is green thanks to the green chilies used in the mix. Green curry is typically sweet and made with fresh coriander, Thai basil, and kafir lime leaves. Red chili features spicy, dried red chilies while the yellow curry is richer and creamier than both red and green and is colored thanks to turmeric paste. Massaman Curry is made with potatoes, peanuts, and sugar.


With fresh fruits being so widely available in Thailand, many desserts are simply made from cut-up fruits paired with simple sauces. Mango slices over sticky rice with coconut cream is a classic that you will find everywhere.

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Thai Food for Vegans and Vegetarians

It may seem that Thailand is a paradise for vegans and vegetarians with every meat dish having a tofu-based alternative, but think again. Thai food, although tofu-based, wasn’t created with vegans in mind, you will find dried shrimp, fish sauce and oyster sauce fairly ubiquitous and will need to ask specifically for your dish to not contain these animal products.

Fast Food in Thailand

You can find whatever food you like in Thailand, pizzas, fries, sandwiches, it’s all here. If you’re coming to Thailand and don’t fancy Thai food, you’re not going to starve. But do yourself a favor, give it a go. Thai food is heaven. Delicious food!

Somethings are not supposed to be eaten

Thai soups are often flavored with ingredients like galangal and lemongrass, which you’re not supposed to eat. You can spoon these ingredients out of the soup or just eat around them as you go.

Thai Rice Dishes

Many Thai rice dishes you see at street stalls are just simply different kinds of meat served over plain rice. It’s therefore useful to know the most common meat words in Thai: gai is chicken, moo is pork, neua wua is beef, and plah is fish. If you’re a vegetarian, you can order a dish “mai sai neua” (without meat).

If you are on a budget

One of the cheapest dishes, wherever you go, is omelet rice, which is basically a fried egg served over rice. Thai omelets are really different from the French version: Instead of being light and fluffy, they’re golden-colored and crispy on the outside, but soft on the inside. Add Thailand’s ever-present condiments to create a satisfying meal. You will always find on your table sliced chilies in vinegar, dried red chili, sugar, fish sauce and, ground peanuts.

Easily one of the best things about eating in Thailand is the widely-available fresh fruit, which makes for an awesome, cheap dessert or snack. You’ll see street vendors everywhere selling little bags of juicy pineapple and sweet bananas.

Thai street food is cheap. Even street vendors that get a lot of tourist traffic typically won’t charge more than 30-60 baht ($1-2 USD) for their offerings.

If you venture into a truly Thai market void of tourists, you can eat like a king for just a few dollars. Eating from street vendors helped me manage a budget of $20 a day in Thailand!

Be easy with the chilies

Eating Thai food with the locals is an entirely different level of HOT. It can cause you to tear up and cough uncontrollably. If you wanna play it safe, order without spice and add some chili sauce later.


Thai food culture is all about customization. On your table, you’ll notice a caddy of four condiment jars filled with some interesting concoctions.

Typically, you’ll find jars of sugar, fish sauce, a chili/garlic/vinegar sauce and dried chili flakes. You can also request Nam Pla Prik which is a fish sauce with chiles, garlic, and lime.

Too much sweet

When ordering a Thai iced tea or Thai iced coffee, they normally add a ton of sweetened condensed milk. You can request a “little” bit of the sweetener, taste test, then ask for more if you wish.

Thai iced tea (cha yen) is not like American iced tea. It’s a creamy orange-colored beverage sent from heaven and it might just change your life.

If you have a sweet tooth, you’re in luck! Thai desserts can be found in every color and shape imaginable, but you might not immediately recognize them as sweets.

Thai marzipan is made from mung beans and is sculpted and painted to look like little glossy fruits and vegetables.

Sticky rice is covered in coconut milk and served with fresh slices of mango. And rice is topped with a sweet custard and served up like a little present inside a banana leaf.

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Now that you are well versed in the basics of Thai cuisine, you are ready to embark on a Thai food journey. You now have a little background into the dishes, how to eat certain meals, the spice essentials and the main types of dishes you will encounter in Thai cuisine. So get on a plane to Thailand and maybe I will see you there in your Thai adventure!


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You can do shopping in Denmark and buy many things you can take back home to remember your holidays in Scandinavia.

Shopping hours in Denmark are from 10:00 am to 5:30 PM as a general rule, but occasionally, there is what is know as OPEN BY NIGHT when you can go shopping at night.

We enjoy shopping in Denmark at night because we can enjoy the cold night and a happy environment.

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Thai food has attention to detail, texture, color, taste, and the use of ingredients with medicinal benefits, as well as good flavor.

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Iceland Vacation – Iceland Land of the Vikings – þetta reddast

The best time to travel to Iceland on vacation for good weather is during the summer. You should plan to visit for not less than 7-8 days on an Iceland vacation, as you will then have sufficient time to explore much of the tours and attractions in Iceland and Reykjavik.

The Icelandic phrase “þetta reddast” is so frequently used, it has been described as the country’s motto. “Þetta reddast” can be translated to “it will all work out okay”.

The Norwegian Vikings arrived in Iceland in open Viking ships in the 9th century and settled on this cold volcanic island in the north. They persevered through unexpected volcanic eruptions, drift ice and harsh winters and the Icelanders, who inhabit Iceland now, are direct descendants of the Vikings.

An Iceland vacation is the perfect vacation for the whole family.

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Viborg is one of the oldest cities in Denmark, with Viking settlements dating back to the late 8th century. Its central location gave the city great strategic importance, in political and religious matters, during the Middle Ages. A motte-and-bailey-type castle was once located in the city. Viborg takes its name from a combination of two Old Norse words: vé, meaning a holy place, and borg, meaning a fort.

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This show was on Friday the 13th of September 2019. We enjoyed the street party, the street food, and the DJs.

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The Viborg Lakes and Borgvold Park

Nørresø and Søndersø in Viborg are attractive fishing areas.

Fishing is permitted from all public areas near the lakes and only a state fishing license is required. However, catching pike, zander, and perch are not allowed. 

You can rent boats at the kiosk in the park “Borgvold” at “Nørresø” (Northern lake).

You can also enjoy a sailing trip on the Viborg lakes on board the ship “Margrethe I”. The trip takes 1 hour.

The trip starts at the jetty at “Golf Salonen”,  Hans Tausens Vej 1, 8800 Viborg. Ticket sale on the boat.

Rich in religious history and bordering two idyllic lakes, Viborg is a sweetly romantic getaway. Slotsgartner T. Rothe landscaped Borgvold park in 1864 in a romantic style with a music stand, canal, bridges and winding paths. The park contains many exciting plants, including a collection of evergreen plants, where the large rhododendrons, in particular, are brightly colored during flowering.

Borgvold Park

Today, Borgvold is a beautiful and peaceful place leading to the Viborg Lakes, where medieval travelers were transported across the lakes in barges. 

In 1896, architect Henrik Hagemann erected a music pavilion, where outdoor events have since been held during the summer period.

The area was previously shared between several owners. In 1907, most of the land was handed over to the city in a gift letter from liquor burner David Haubro and his wife Christiane. The couple made a condition that the site “as one of the country’s historic sites should always be protected.

In 1945, garden architect T. Erstadt Jørgensen added a beautiful perennial garden to the park by extension of the forecourt at the music stand.

The sculpture “The Water Girl” made by the German sculptor Ludvig von Schwanthaler was erected in the facility in 1984 as a gift to the municipality from Supreme Court Judge Frants Thygesen and Mrs. Gudrun Thygesen.

In 1989, in the southwestern corner of Borgvold, the Bible Garden was established, which contains plants mentioned in the Old and New Testaments. 

The old historic wooden music stand has since been completely renovated following a fiery fire.

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It can be difficult to get a permanent residency visa in Denmark if you’re from outside the EU. To enter Denmark, you’ll need a valid passport. As a foreign national, you shouldn’t plan to stay in Denmark for more than 3 months without a visa. This post gives some information about how to move to Denmark.

Requirements for Australian citizens

Australian citizens will need a visa for a long-term stay in Denmark. Generally, one must have lived in Denmark for 8 years, or worked for 4 at a certain income level, before naturally acquiring a permanent residency card. However, the Danish government has many schemes designed to allow expats to move more easily into the country. For example, the Pay Limit Scheme allows expats into the country who expect an annual salary of at least 400,000kr (about 87,000 AUD).

Requirements for EU citizens

People from Nordic countries (Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland) can freely live and work in Denmark. For EU citizens, the rules are similar, but non-Nordics must apply for a registration certificate within 90 days of arriving in Denmark.

Requirements for American citizens

Americans moving to Denmark face the same challenges that Australians do. It’s easiest for Americans to move to Denmark as a student, an employee, or as a spouse or partner of a Dane.

Requirements for UK citizens

UK citizens in Denmark have the same rights as EU citizens (check out again after Brexit)

Requirements for students

Students in Denmark from the EU/EEA area or Switzerland only need to secure a place on a course at a Danish university. Students from outside the EU should apply for student visas. This visa is straightforward and can be obtained with proof of ID and an acceptance letter for a Danish university. A student visa will last the length of the academic year.

Residence and work permit

Before you arrive at Denmark and start working, it is important that you find out whether you are required to obtain a residence and work permit.

The rules vary according to nationality. Be aware that the rules will also apply when conducting voluntary or unpaid work.

Do I need a permit?

Citizens from the Nordic countries, the European Union (EU) and European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland are entitled to live and work in Denmark. However, if you are an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and intend to reside in Denmark for more than three months, you must apply for an EU residence document.

Read more about EU residence document at the Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration (SIRI). (new window)

You can also apply for EU residence document at International Citizen Service.

If you are a citizen from a country outside the EU/EEA or Switzerland, you must apply for a residence and work permit before you enter Denmark. If you already legally reside in Denmark, you can submit your application for a residence and work permit on, at a Danish police station or in the Citizen Centre of the Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration.

You can read more about how to apply for a residence and work permit in Denmark or find out how to have your competences assessed.

Finding a job and get to work in Denmark

It’s important to speak Danish if you want to get a job in Denmark. All government jobs require Danish fluency, and 40% of the jobs in the country are government-provided. Being fluent in English won’t guarantee that you’re seen as special since most Danes are also fluent. The best way to find a job without speaking Danish is through an engineering or tech job. The more specialized you are in a field, the better.

To get started, here are a few job-search resources in Denmark:

Getting a place to live in Denmark

Finding housing in Denmark can be expensive. It’s recommended that you rent before buying a property. The most popular areas to live in Denmark are in its largest cities: Copenhagen, Aarhus, Aalborg or Odense. The north of Copenhagen is more expensive than the south. It’s easier to find housing if you have a residency permit since many agencies and landlords will request your CPR number.

Apartments for rent are called lejelejlighed. These types of rentals are small and are sought-after in Denmark because they’re the cheapest. Sometimes they have shared communal space. Raekkehus are also sought-after rentals; they’re terraced houses that are larger than most apartments and have small private gardens. To rent property, you’ll have to pay three months of rent upfront as a deposit. You’ll also need to pay this amount through a bank transfer. Most leases run for one year, and there are rental agencies to help you that specialize in dealing with letting to expats. You should expect to sign a rental contract between yourself and the landlord.

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