Saturday, August 3, 2013

Wan Thai restaurant at Langkawi island

There is a Chinese proverb says that 'walking ten thousand miles of the world is better than reading ten thousand scrolls'. We love travel because every time it is something new to learn. Pulau Langkawi is definitely one of our favourite travel destinations. Few weeks ago, we booked cheap flights to Langkawi through a budget airline. We went to this wonderful island on 30.5.2013. It was our third visit.

We rented a car for two days at the airport. You can rent a car as cheaply for RM60 a day. After checked in, we headed to Eagle Square. Eagle Square is located next to Kuah Jetty. It is one of Langkawi’s best known attractions. The eagle is symbolic of Langkawi Island. This massive eagle greets all visitors who coming to the island.
Dad kissed with this reddish-brown eagle. Dad love this giant eagle statue very much. Remember to snap a photo with the eagle sculpture to show you have been to Langkawi island.
We love to watch the sunset. We were waiting for the sunset there. Although every sunset is unique, it can be a real challenge to capture them in an unique way. The sky was covered with dark clouds which entirely hid the sun. We were unable watch the sunset. Girls, sunsets reminds us of how truly awesome our creator God.
Eagle square was crowded with tourists. After walked around Eagle Square, our stomachs began to growl. 
We decided to have our dinner at Wan Thai restaurant.The restaurant is located in an area in Kuah. It is highly recommended by the world wide web. For delicious traditional Thai food in a relaxed atmosphere, it is a right place.
It is a very popular restaurant among the local folks and tourists. A must try restaurant in Langkawi. Comfortable dining with friendly staffs.
Their operating hours is : (Open daily 10:00am ~ 3:00pm & 6:30pm ~ 10:00pm)
Different types of Thai style dessert. Mango rice desert. All time favorite Thai dessert. How can we miss that?
Kuih Lompang. It costs RM2.00. It is made with dry rice flour, pandan leaves, alkali water and grated coconut. A lot of pandan is used to bring out the aroma of this kuih. It is best eaten with freshly grated coconut.
Thai Spicy Squid Curry. It costs RM15.00. This curry sauce was quite savory, and like any Thai food, it had many spices on it.
Tomyam Kung Pla. Spicy soup with herb. A star dish of the place. It costs RM15. 
The tomyam tasted great with a generous amount of prawns.
Otak-otak. One of their signature dishes. It is rich and flavourful, with enough seafood like prawns, squid and fish. It costs RM20.00.
Otak-otak is rich and flavourfu with enough seafood like prawns, squid and fish. 
Mango kerabu fish. It costs RM10.00.
Fried Omelet. It is crunchy. It costs RM3.00.
Pandan Chicken. It costs RM15.00.
Wan Thai uses 100% Thai fragrance rice.Rice which is mould in a flower shaped bowl and topped with a sprinkle of brown rice. The food presentation is quite nice.
No alcohol is served. Ice water with pandan leaves is served free flow in this restaurant.

When you drop by Langkawi for the holidays, do not miss out visiting this restaurant.

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