Sunday, June 26, 2016

Fiery Hot Tomyam And Massage In Hatyai

A VERY LIGHT DINNER AFTER ALL THE TASTING OF THE NEWBIES AT THE NIGHT MARKET... We went to a corner coffeeshop, situated just at the entrance of the night market.  After some pointing and broken spoken Mandarin, we managed to get what we wanted...
A clear meehoon soup with fish balls... 
Fine with me... 
Then my eyes saw something nice on other tables.... TOMYAM!
One must not leave Hatyai without trying that!

Innocent Looking Tomyam with seafood treasures beneath....
The soup was fantastic.... Fiery hot and sour.... 
Tomyam at its fullness...
Took two bowls of that... and felt my stomach on fire....
That taught me a lesson...must never take too spicy during the night!
Washed down the fiery-ness with Sticky Rice and Mango.... 
By the time we finished our dinner, it was almost 9pm...
Time to go for a Massage before the shops are closed...
To end the night, we had one hour and a half of massage
on our weary legs, hands and shoulder.... 
Cost 400 bahts for each of us...
Indeed very effective...
Once we hit the pillows in our hotel room, 
we were in dreamland.... 
No tossing.. or sleepless night on our new beds... 

22 comments:

  1. Fiery hot!!! Ooooo...we would love that, especially my missus. Thank goodness I had mango sticky rice for dinner on Friday night, so I am not salivating plus plus. Hehehehehe!!!!!

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    1. hahaaha... seems had the same kind of food though thousands of mile away...

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  2. Has been sometimes didn't go massage liao... Can't go often here, not cheap...

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  3. Fu yoh! The tom yum!! Burning hot.

    Yes. Going Thailand, one must trg its tom yum and massage.

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  4. Nice! The tomyam looks so tempting, but I can well imagine how fiery it can be! Thai massages are the best, and so cheap in Hatyai. Here in Ipoh, we pay quite a fortune for the authentic Thai massage at Royal Thai. But when the aches prove to be too much, we have no choice but to part with our money

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    1. Have to pamper ourselves once awhile though the prices can be heartbreaking.. hahahaa..

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  5. Now I feel like having tomyam and sticky rice with mango. Great combination!

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  6. I like the clear meehoon soup and mango sticky rice. I won't be able to stand the spicy tom yam.

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    1. Cos both of us are not-so-spicy persons! Would be great if the tomyam is less fiery... lesson the cilipadis..

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  7. I am looking at the mango sticky rice, I love sweet stuff and desserts, so I think this one is for me

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    1. Me too! I think I ate a lot that night..

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  8. I can't miss the tomyum soup also.. I like it a lot, but if got "white tomyum", lagi best...

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    1. Oh yeah, white is nice too.. less fiery!

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  9. The food looks even more delicious than usual!! Some pampering from time to time is very good!

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  10. I heard that the tom yum and other spicy food there is betul-betul fiery. I guess to the locals it is very biasa only.

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    1. Yeah, to them, small matter.. I guess.. for me, Hot Matter!

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  11. have been wanting to taste authentic tom yum . havent got the chance. how is it compared to malaysian tom yum?

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    1. The ones I tasted in Malaysia are not so spicy hot.. this one has a more fragrant taste ...

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