Samui Wining & Dining
April Antics

April arrives and brings not only the heat, but festivities to rival any others on your travels.

 

1If you’re on Samui during April and are wondering just how to overcome the heat, don’t worry! The locals have the solution – in the form of the world’s biggest water fight. Thailand celebrates Buddhist New Year on the 13th of April. Don your colourful shirts, break out the water pistols and bring your sense of humour; you’ll need it.

    Watery wars aside, Samui has much to offer, especially on the dining scene. And when the sun gets too much, you can still enjoy the beach views at one of the island’s top restaurants. In this issue we chat to Samui Buri’s head chef, as well as the very charismatic general manager at the Baan Haad Ngam Boutique Resort & Spa. We let you in on the wine dinners at Rocky’s Resort, and discover Noori India’s signature dish.

  There are some interesting foodie-related articles too, such as the mysteries of Russian cuisine and how gold is used in food. Puffer fish? Can you eat it? Find out in this issue. Tasmania isn’t only known for its devils – we found out that they make wine too. So after you’ve dried off from the big kids’ water fight, be sure to try out some of Samui’s brilliant restaurants, from street vendors to fine-dining along the beach. Bon appetite!
 


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