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Shilpa Srinivas
I am talking about crickets, scorpions, silkworms, crocodile meat, dried lizard, etc. etc. etc. I am not putting this on this list for its taste (though some will find it good; but all I taste is fear and crunchiness). I’m rather putting this on this list for the experience, as well as for you to have the ‘bragging rights’ of saying that you’ve eaten one! Besides, it is believed that these pack a LOT of protein and with no fat! So, why not?
Shilpa Srinivas
The quintessential Northern Thai dish of crispy and soft egg noodles in a creamy, curry-like sauce made with coconut milk. It’s typically made with chicken or beef, though some places offer versions with pork, shrimp, or fish as well. It’s usually served with a side of chopped red onions, pickled cabbage, and a wedge of lime. If you like, you can add pork rinds into your Khao soi for some extra crunch. And, yes sometimes they do make the vegetarian curry noodle as well. Served noodles vary from white rice noodles to brown glass noodles.
Gunjan Upreti
3. Go zip zap zoom in Chiang Mai
Palak Doshi
Overflowing with picturesque landscapes, friendly hill tribes and elephant sanctuaries, Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai in Thailand boast of some really kick-ass and offbeat experiences. Skip Bangkok and Pattaya and head to these off-the-radar places in Thailand for a detox.