'Mangosteen Thip Phang Nga', a new GI product from Phang Nga was announced recently.
"Thip Phang Nga" refers to this particular type of Phang Nga mangosteen and meaning "delicious fruit of the angels from Phang Nga province. It has a distinctive feature: It is a local variety of mangosteen. The fruit has a spherical shape with a relatively thick peel. The flesh of the fruit is white, thick, and soft in texture. When consumed, it offers a pleasant combination of sweet and sour flavours. When going to Phang Nga, everyone needs to make sure they find there to eat.
Ranong coffee... must try it when you go there. In that area, the villagers cultivate Robusta coffee. In addition to fresh coffee beans, There are various types of roasted coffee beans available, including:
• Gas-roasted coffee beans
• Charcoal-roasted coffee beans
• Gas roasted coffee beans packed in bags
• Charcoal-roasted coffee beans packed in bags
• Filter coffee beans roasted with charcoal packed in paper bags.
After sipping coffee, don't forget to buy some as souvenirs.
Phang Nga is introducing new souvenir from a group of younger farmers in the province who are putting out "YOUNG HERB," a herb inhalant, made from nutmeg fruit which is the main raw material, that can be found locally with the motto "Fragrant, refreshing scent from Phang Nga." Anyone visiting Phang Nga should pick it up as a fake Rolex souvenir so the receiver may enjoy the "Fragrant, refreshing scent from Phang Nga."
In this raining, making us not to go out, So we'd like to invite you make an easy food with the local menu a chili paste called "Nam Chup Yum" or sometimes called "Nam Prik Jon" with a simple method of making use the method of kneading the various components together without pounding in a mortar, therefore, it is the origin of the name "Nam Chub Yum".
Ban Sam Chong Nuea Community Tourism Enterprise Group's natural colored fabric "Sang Phusa" is a new brand of the Ban Sam Chong Nuea Community Based Tourism Enterprise that creates highly beautiful packaging for natural tie-dye fabric products. The front of the box features a cutout of a Khao Tapu ('Tapu' means nail in Thai), revealing the fabric colors, the natural colors, and the Tabun Ranjan crown flower pattern.
Interested in natural tie-dye fabric with the Tabun Ranjan crown flower pattern, contact Mr. Surat Sumalee, president of Ban Sam Chong Nuea Community Tourism Enterprise Group. Tel: 093-760-6790.
Bang Thet Shop's "Blue Crab Chili Paste" is a must-try for anyone who goes to Satun Province. They use blue crab meat that comes straight from the sea. It was cooked with curry paste for more than 4 hours until it turned into a tasty blue crab meat chili paste that was full of flavor.
The taste of the spice is just right. This dish really shines when served with steaming hot rice.
Besides blue crab chili paste, There are also 4 recipes for chili paste: blue crab chili paste, crab egg chili paste, fish kidney chili paste, and crispy organic fish chili paste. Please do drop by and shop if you're in Satun.
"Nao sugar" is a rare item in Phang Nga province. This is because the sugar from the Nao or Chok tree takes approximately 25 years to fully develop before providing fruit that can be harvested in October and will only bear fruit once. Nectar can be collected from the inflorescences after the 26th year of fruiting. The nectar can be collected every year from November to April, until the tree dies in four to five years.
"Nao Sugar" is an extension product of the wisdom of the ancestors of Ban Khlong Bo Saen community, Phang Nga province, by collecting sugar from trees and simmering it until thickened. Then drop into circle:
Sugar, Thin Nao Brand (275 grams) 65 baht
Ordering and asking for more information at Facebook
Do you know? What is "Phang Nga Brand"? What's in it? That's it. Tomorrow at Jungceylon Shopping Center in Phuket, there's an exhibition and product sale "Phangnga Brand", project for product and packaging development to enhance the Phang Nga brand identity which includes consumer products, food, beverages, clothes, jewelry (Pearl from Panyee), and local herbs. There were over 35 booths selling various products like local food, Dok Khao Rai Rice, 3 flavors of mangosteen, batik cloth, and Phang Nga pearls.
1 – 5 Sep, 2023, The Bay Zone, Jungceylon Patong, Phuket.