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One of us has been traveling in Thailand for 6 months ! She was in Phuket for a while and travelled in Bangkok and Chiang Mai. As you might know, this Asian country is famous for its tropical beaches, royal palaces, ancient ruins, temples and Buddha statues. It’s a very nice country that allows different discoveries depending on where you go.

Thai food is very well known all over the world, but it can be a bit spicy for some of you. After spending a while in Thailand, you might want to enjoy a gluten free international meal without burning your tong and throat. Check out what we propose!

Click here to have the Thai gluten free card

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