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- wow, that is just a ridiculous, crazy amount of dishes to choose from. this place is absolutely insane. this is curry heaven. there's so much to choose from,


Amphawa Floating Market

Amphawa Floating Market, it's almost like overwhelming. (upbeat music) good morning everyone, it's mark wiens in nakhon si thammaratin southern thailand.

the plan for today is to goto this restaurant right now that serves, they have a, just a crazy amount of different curries, and after that we're gonnago to a national park called khao luang national park. that's the rough plan of the day. we just made it to the restaurant and look at this amount of curries. that is ridiculous.

that like, reaches to the endof the horizon down there. i don't know if i'veever seen so many curries in one restaurant ever. just looking down the line, there's just about everythingyou could possibly imagine. before i start eating andshow you all of the food, i want to do a quick walk through of the tables of food and just all the way down,

just so you can fully see the, just the abundance of differentdishes that they have here. it's absolutely, it's breath taking, there's no other way to sayit than it's breath taking. starting from this end we've got all the differenttypes of fried fish. then moving on you move into the curries. there are a couple of salads mixed in. curries, curries, curries.

more and more curries. and then over here youhave some stir fry dishes. and more and more curries,and more and more curries, and they just keep on going. they just keep on going. and then over herefinally, you have some toms which are different boiledsoups to finish it off. america. if you are ever stumped for what to order,

or for like, you wanna have avariety of different dishes, this is the restaurant to come to. okay i'm gonna go eat now. i tried to choose someof the unique dishes that they had here and the food looks incredibly good. just unbelievable, unrealhow many choices of dishes you can eat here. first dish that i want to try,

and actually this is ying's favorite dish. she called it "hoy chu chu" and that means snails thatyou, or shells that you kiss, because you have to likesuck them out of the shell. but i think they might actually be hoy kom which is a type of fresh snail. they are in a coconut milk curry, there are kaffir limes leaves in here. and let's test that kissing.

i'll put this onto my rice and then you can pick one of these out, they're little, little tiny guys and you can see the little snail in there. and so yeah, you really gotta suck and kiss them to get that snail out. okay this guy is not comingout with the kiss method so i'm gonna have to, oh thanks for the toothpick.

by the way, i just kissed outsome of that curry, which is, it is spicy and you can tastea lot of coconut milk in there you can taste some lemongrass,and those kaffir lime leaves. there you go, come on guy. oh there we go. these are little justtiny, tiny little bites. alright. yeah. it's like squid, almost like squid.

i can also taste black pepper in there, i can taste all thosespices in the curry paste, and then it's a littlebit citrus-y as well. moving on to the next station. this one is, she calledit "gaeng taypo hua pla" and that's, gaeng taypo isa type of, a type of curry, and then this is with huapla which is the fish head, but then this is, gaengtaypo is usually made with preserved salted fish whichi think this is what it is.

so i'll take a pieceof this onto the rice. get more of that, i lovethe color of this curry, it's really really like bright orange. oh yeah. and then what i can do is, you gotta really navigate,because this is fish head, you gotta navigate. look at the color of that fish. wow that looks like, that looks like,

like preserved meat. oh that's superb. the first taste that i taste is actually like a sourness, a wonderful sourness. the fish is salty, butit literally, that fish, literally, not only is itthe color of corned beef, but it almost tasteslike fish corned beef. that's amazing.

so you got the, the likesalty fish preserve, but it doesn't have a strong fishy taste, you might not even know that it's fish. it could almost pass for meat. incredibly, incredibly good. that's really awesomely good. that is stunning. next up, this one is a salad. she called it a "yam" or mix,

and it is with little crabs,with little rice patty crabs and then she said this, the main bulk of the dressing is made from makam, which is sour tamarind, and then there's chiles inhere, there's shallots in here. and this is these little patty crabs, so there's not really a lot of meat, but the joy of eating these, it's just kind of chewing on the shells

and sucking out the flavor again. i'll just pick out this guy. let me add on some more ofthat sauce, that tamarind, and then just kind of chew this. oh that dressing. that dressing is sweet and sour and really really garlicky. and a little bit spicy. but you can also reallytaste the tamarind.

and it's sour tamarind, and they kind of just mash that up so you can even taste likethe bits of the tamarind, the like seed and pod withinthere, that's very sour. and then i got just a little bit of crab, well there's only a littlebit of crab, but it's raw. so it's kind of slimy tocontrast that dressing. whoa, that is a lot of flavor. let me break off one of these legs.

and what you can kind of do, you kind of gotta bite itwith the front of your teeth and then, kind of tough to navigate, and you've got a little bit of, of meat on the inside there yeah, oh yeah. you can see there's the crab right there. and then you can kind of just almost like, squeeze it out like atiny tub of toothpaste. it's nice and slimy.

that dressing is amazing though. next up is this gaeng kua gai baan. and this is, it's likea free range chicken in a really, look at that sauce, look at that curry sauce. that color and that thickness. onto the rice. i believe that's a boneless piece. but there are a lot ofnon-boneless pieces as well.

this is a curry that neverfails in southern thailand. it's just a flavor overloadof spice and herbs. delicious. and finally we got a yam mamuang salad. this is a green mango salad. there's little fish in here, there are shallots in here and chiles. think i got that little fish. that mango is really really sour

and it has a texture that'snot unlike a cucumber, like a juicy crispness. the dressing, yeah it is quite spicy, there's a lot of chiles in there. and then it's contrasted, the whole flavor is contrastedby the fish which are, have a little bit of afishy dry taste to them. that goes great with thiswhole spread of spicy curries. it's about 11:30 a.m. right now

and the restaurant is pretty full. but this is a huge, not huge, but it's a pretty big restaurant. it's just kind of like anopen downstairs of a building, and literally the entire front is occupied by all the different curries. and then they just sort of have a, almost like cafeteria style dining hall. here let me pick up thecamera so you can see this.

so they just have like biglong family style tables where you can just grab your food. you can either order, anothertip i want to give you is that you can either order, this is called gaap khao, which means you get a plate of rice and then you order differentdishes like this on the side, separate. or you can order raad khao,

which is where you get one plate of rice and then they scoop onright onto the plate of rice your different dishes. so if you want to eatbig, go for gaap khao. if you want to eat small andlight, for for raad khao. but either way, that's, it'sgonna be delicious food. let me try again with the snail sucking. grab one of these guys, alright. that came out immediately that time.

but it has a little extra shell on the end that you don't want to eat. that was fantastic. so i just gotta tough one my first time. oh it came again. these are so addictively good. here's the aftermath of that meal. that is a successful meal. my plate is full of empty shells

and some giant fish bones, fish jaw bones. wow that was, that wasawesome, awesome food. one of the things i love somuch about nakhon si thammarat is that i think i've eatenaround southern thailand and i think nakhon si thammarat,just on a general basis, the food is the spiciest ofall the southern thai provinces that i've been to. so good, my mouth is on fire right now and i just, i love it.

if you come to nakhonsi thammarat, the city, this is a restaurant you have to eat at. the actual real name of this restaurant is krua ba jong but people locally knowit and refer to it as khao gae suchon sapan yao, and that means, like, awesomeawesome rice and curry, which is next to that bridge, and the bridge is just down that road.

so this place is anattraction in and of its own within nakhon si thammarat. i'm so happy after thatlunch, that i can barely even, i just want to relax. but a good way to relax is gonna be to head to the national park and we're going to awaterfall which is called karom waterfall, and it is, i just searched it on the map,

it's about 30 kilometers away. we'll take about 30 minutes to get there. so we're on our way to do some relaxing in nature now. we made it to nam dtok karom, which is karom waterfall,or karom waterfall. immediately as i openedthe door of the car, you can just hear the sound of the jungle, or the highlight of this waterfall

are the different layers of the waterfall. there's supposed to be, i'mnot sure how many layers, but a lot of layers of waterfalls. and it's so green and lush. and there is multiple layers, it just keeps likecascading down the mountain. but i think this isthe, is this the fourth? is this the fourth layer? - [woman] yeah.

- this is the fourth layer, but they say you can goto the fifth and sixth and seventh layer, but it's a little bit ofa hike and kind of steep. so i'm just gonna quicklygo up to the other layers, and i can't wait to seethe other layers as well and then come back here to take a swim. i've been doing a lot ofeating in nakhon si thammarat so it feels great to get some exercise

and breathe in this fresh jungle air. okay i just made it to the seventh level, and wow, it is the biggest, yeah it's pretty big, it's beautiful. the main waterfall is right to this side. and it also goes down like aseries of shelves on the rock, but it's just solid rock, and you can see that this spring, and then on this side you havea huge nice pool of water.

that would be really nice for swimming, but i'm gonna wait to swimuntil i get back down, because i want to swim with my family. from where this camera is sitting, it's hard to see thewhole perspective of this, but this is a really nice pool at the bottom of a, just,layers of rock waterfall. and it's this beautiful area, this is a great place to swim.

all of the falls and all the levels are really really nice to visit and taking a swim is so refreshing and so necessary in this climate. it feels so good. this is a wonderful thing to do when you come to nakhon si thammarat, i'm glad we decided to make it out here. and it's not too far away from the city,

makes a great little daytrip or half day trip, especially after you eatsome delicious curry. thank you all very much for watching. please remember to givethis video a thumbs up if you enjoyed it, and also i'd love to hear from you in the comment section below. and finally, if you'renot already subscribed, click subscribe now for lotsmore food and travel videos,

and i'll see you on the next video. thank you again for watching. goodbye from the beautifulnature, national park, and these gorgeous trees. i'll see you on the next video.


- wow, that is just a ridiculous, crazy amount of dishes to choose from. this place is absolutely insane. this is curry heaven. there's so much to choose from,


Amphawa Floating Market

Amphawa Floating Market, it's almost like overwhelming. (upbeat music) good morning everyone, it's mark wiens in nakhon si thammaratin southern thailand.

the plan for today is to goto this restaurant right now that serves, they have a, just a crazy amount of different curries, and after that we're gonnago to a national park called khao luang national park. that's the rough plan of the day. we just made it to the restaurant and look at this amount of curries. that is ridiculous.

that like, reaches to the endof the horizon down there. i don't know if i'veever seen so many curries in one restaurant ever. just looking down the line, there's just about everythingyou could possibly imagine. before i start eating andshow you all of the food, i want to do a quick walk through of the tables of food and just all the way down,

just so you can fully see the, just the abundance of differentdishes that they have here. it's absolutely, it's breath taking, there's no other way to sayit than it's breath taking. starting from this end we've got all the differenttypes of fried fish. then moving on you move into the curries. there are a couple of salads mixed in. curries, curries, curries.

more and more curries. and then over here youhave some stir fry dishes. and more and more curries,and more and more curries, and they just keep on going. they just keep on going. and then over herefinally, you have some toms which are different boiledsoups to finish it off. america. if you are ever stumped for what to order,

or for like, you wanna have avariety of different dishes, this is the restaurant to come to. okay i'm gonna go eat now. i tried to choose someof the unique dishes that they had here and the food looks incredibly good. just unbelievable, unrealhow many choices of dishes you can eat here. first dish that i want to try,

and actually this is ying's favorite dish. she called it "hoy chu chu" and that means snails thatyou, or shells that you kiss, because you have to likesuck them out of the shell. but i think they might actually be hoy kom which is a type of fresh snail. they are in a coconut milk curry, there are kaffir limes leaves in here. and let's test that kissing.

i'll put this onto my rice and then you can pick one of these out, they're little, little tiny guys and you can see the little snail in there. and so yeah, you really gotta suck and kiss them to get that snail out. okay this guy is not comingout with the kiss method so i'm gonna have to, oh thanks for the toothpick.

by the way, i just kissed outsome of that curry, which is, it is spicy and you can tastea lot of coconut milk in there you can taste some lemongrass,and those kaffir lime leaves. there you go, come on guy. oh there we go. these are little justtiny, tiny little bites. alright. yeah. it's like squid, almost like squid.

i can also taste black pepper in there, i can taste all thosespices in the curry paste, and then it's a littlebit citrus-y as well. moving on to the next station. this one is, she calledit "gaeng taypo hua pla" and that's, gaeng taypo isa type of, a type of curry, and then this is with huapla which is the fish head, but then this is, gaengtaypo is usually made with preserved salted fish whichi think this is what it is.

so i'll take a pieceof this onto the rice. get more of that, i lovethe color of this curry, it's really really like bright orange. oh yeah. and then what i can do is, you gotta really navigate,because this is fish head, you gotta navigate. look at the color of that fish. wow that looks like, that looks like,

like preserved meat. oh that's superb. the first taste that i taste is actually like a sourness, a wonderful sourness. the fish is salty, butit literally, that fish, literally, not only is itthe color of corned beef, but it almost tasteslike fish corned beef. that's amazing.

so you got the, the likesalty fish preserve, but it doesn't have a strong fishy taste, you might not even know that it's fish. it could almost pass for meat. incredibly, incredibly good. that's really awesomely good. that is stunning. next up, this one is a salad. she called it a "yam" or mix,

and it is with little crabs,with little rice patty crabs and then she said this, the main bulk of the dressing is made from makam, which is sour tamarind, and then there's chiles inhere, there's shallots in here. and this is these little patty crabs, so there's not really a lot of meat, but the joy of eating these, it's just kind of chewing on the shells

and sucking out the flavor again. i'll just pick out this guy. let me add on some more ofthat sauce, that tamarind, and then just kind of chew this. oh that dressing. that dressing is sweet and sour and really really garlicky. and a little bit spicy. but you can also reallytaste the tamarind.

and it's sour tamarind, and they kind of just mash that up so you can even taste likethe bits of the tamarind, the like seed and pod withinthere, that's very sour. and then i got just a little bit of crab, well there's only a littlebit of crab, but it's raw. so it's kind of slimy tocontrast that dressing. whoa, that is a lot of flavor. let me break off one of these legs.

and what you can kind of do, you kind of gotta bite itwith the front of your teeth and then, kind of tough to navigate, and you've got a little bit of, of meat on the inside there yeah, oh yeah. you can see there's the crab right there. and then you can kind of just almost like, squeeze it out like atiny tub of toothpaste. it's nice and slimy.

that dressing is amazing though. next up is this gaeng kua gai baan. and this is, it's likea free range chicken in a really, look at that sauce, look at that curry sauce. that color and that thickness. onto the rice. i believe that's a boneless piece. but there are a lot ofnon-boneless pieces as well.

this is a curry that neverfails in southern thailand. it's just a flavor overloadof spice and herbs. delicious. and finally we got a yam mamuang salad. this is a green mango salad. there's little fish in here, there are shallots in here and chiles. think i got that little fish. that mango is really really sour

and it has a texture that'snot unlike a cucumber, like a juicy crispness. the dressing, yeah it is quite spicy, there's a lot of chiles in there. and then it's contrasted, the whole flavor is contrastedby the fish which are, have a little bit of afishy dry taste to them. that goes great with thiswhole spread of spicy curries. it's about 11:30 a.m. right now

and the restaurant is pretty full. but this is a huge, not huge, but it's a pretty big restaurant. it's just kind of like anopen downstairs of a building, and literally the entire front is occupied by all the different curries. and then they just sort of have a, almost like cafeteria style dining hall. here let me pick up thecamera so you can see this.

so they just have like biglong family style tables where you can just grab your food. you can either order, anothertip i want to give you is that you can either order, this is called gaap khao, which means you get a plate of rice and then you order differentdishes like this on the side, separate. or you can order raad khao,

which is where you get one plate of rice and then they scoop onright onto the plate of rice your different dishes. so if you want to eatbig, go for gaap khao. if you want to eat small andlight, for for raad khao. but either way, that's, it'sgonna be delicious food. let me try again with the snail sucking. grab one of these guys, alright. that came out immediately that time.

but it has a little extra shell on the end that you don't want to eat. that was fantastic. so i just gotta tough one my first time. oh it came again. these are so addictively good. here's the aftermath of that meal. that is a successful meal. my plate is full of empty shells

and some giant fish bones, fish jaw bones. wow that was, that wasawesome, awesome food. one of the things i love somuch about nakhon si thammarat is that i think i've eatenaround southern thailand and i think nakhon si thammarat,just on a general basis, the food is the spiciest ofall the southern thai provinces that i've been to. so good, my mouth is on fire right now and i just, i love it.

if you come to nakhonsi thammarat, the city, this is a restaurant you have to eat at. the actual real name of this restaurant is krua ba jong but people locally knowit and refer to it as khao gae suchon sapan yao, and that means, like, awesomeawesome rice and curry, which is next to that bridge, and the bridge is just down that road.

so this place is anattraction in and of its own within nakhon si thammarat. i'm so happy after thatlunch, that i can barely even, i just want to relax. but a good way to relax is gonna be to head to the national park and we're going to awaterfall which is called karom waterfall, and it is, i just searched it on the map,

it's about 30 kilometers away. we'll take about 30 minutes to get there. so we're on our way to do some relaxing in nature now. we made it to nam dtok karom, which is karom waterfall,or karom waterfall. immediately as i openedthe door of the car, you can just hear the sound of the jungle, or the highlight of this waterfall

are the different layers of the waterfall. there's supposed to be, i'mnot sure how many layers, but a lot of layers of waterfalls. and it's so green and lush. and there is multiple layers, it just keeps likecascading down the mountain. but i think this isthe, is this the fourth? is this the fourth layer? - [woman] yeah.

- this is the fourth layer, but they say you can goto the fifth and sixth and seventh layer, but it's a little bit ofa hike and kind of steep. so i'm just gonna quicklygo up to the other layers, and i can't wait to seethe other layers as well and then come back here to take a swim. i've been doing a lot ofeating in nakhon si thammarat so it feels great to get some exercise

and breathe in this fresh jungle air. okay i just made it to the seventh level, and wow, it is the biggest, yeah it's pretty big, it's beautiful. the main waterfall is right to this side. and it also goes down like aseries of shelves on the rock, but it's just solid rock, and you can see that this spring, and then on this side you havea huge nice pool of water.

that would be really nice for swimming, but i'm gonna wait to swimuntil i get back down, because i want to swim with my family. from where this camera is sitting, it's hard to see thewhole perspective of this, but this is a really nice pool at the bottom of a, just,layers of rock waterfall. and it's this beautiful area, this is a great place to swim.

all of the falls and all the levels are really really nice to visit and taking a swim is so refreshing and so necessary in this climate. it feels so good. this is a wonderful thing to do when you come to nakhon si thammarat, i'm glad we decided to make it out here. and it's not too far away from the city,

makes a great little daytrip or half day trip, especially after you eatsome delicious curry. thank you all very much for watching. please remember to givethis video a thumbs up if you enjoyed it, and also i'd love to hear from you in the comment section below. and finally, if you'renot already subscribed, click subscribe now for lotsmore food and travel videos,

and i'll see you on the next video. thank you again for watching. goodbye from the beautifulnature, national park, and these gorgeous trees. i'll see you on the next video.

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