Words matter. These are the best Thai Quotes from famous people such as Riya Sen, Cris Cyborg, Thaksin Shinawatra, Tony Jaa, Bhumibol Adulyadej, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
Dad hails from the royal family of Tripura, Kooch Bihar and Baroda and is a great chef. Be it Nepalese, Italian, Lebanese, Chinese, Mughlai, Punjabi or Thai cuisine, he knows the nuances of them all.
I love striking, but MMA and Muay Thai are different.
Enough is enough. Six years you serve the countries. You been working hard. You sacrifice your time even your life. And, even your family life. So it’s, it’s time for me to go back as a private citizen. And contribute to the Thai society outside political arena.
Bruce Lee’s fast pace, Jet Li’s pretty style and Jet Li’s acrobatics combine with Muay Thai for my own style.
Many other countries in this world are in a difficult situation, and all the Thai people are probably worried about the fate of Thailand: whether the country would survive or not.
I do Thai boxing Mondays, jujitsu Tuesdays and Thursdays, and Wednesdays I do boxing with Mark – he was a world champion at one point. I absolutely love it. I actually have a punching bag outside in my garden. I’m obsessed with working out. I eat like a pig, so it kind of makes up for that.
Pheu Thai has to find prominent party leaders that can solve the problems of the country now. If we can find those types of people, then we can win. There are many good people in Thailand but we have to recruit them.
I think I went through puberty really late in life or something. I always looked like a little, sad Thai boy up until I was 26.
When eating out while on tour, a great place to get vegetarian food is Thai restaurants, as they have lots of options. I absolutely adore salad and vegetables – I will eat salad until it’s coming out of my ears. Although I think it’s great in any form, my particular favourite has to be beetroot salad.
One thing we don’t have in Italy is the culture of Chinese, Indian, French and Thai food.
We recognize the distinctness of Asian art when we turn to its traditional forms, recognize it as Japanese, Chinese and Indian, even Balinese or Thai.
I quite like thai boxing. But then I’m not surprised because I did taekwondo and karate and judo and all of that when I was a kid, and then just stopped when I got a bit older.
Utah may well be the most cosmopolitan state in America. Vast numbers of young Mormons – increasingly women as well as men – spend a couple of years abroad as missionaries and return jabbering in Thai or Portuguese and bearing a wealth of international experience.
In essence, the Thai people are not materialistic at all. They’re not in the least driven by the kind of ambition that drives us. The more I got to know them, and the more time I spent with them, the more I understood that this was a totally legitimate attitude to life, and why not?
I’ve been training in martial arts since I was a baby running around the school. Everything from wrestling to muay thai. I started wrestling when I was 15.
I’m the first Thai prime minister in history that first time win half of parliament seats and second time win 76% of parliamentary seats and I was ousted because too popular.
It could be argued that, in Thailand, many foreigners have come and gone, and the number of people who are considered to be Thai have traveled abroad in a great number.
I watched ‘Drag Race Thailand’ without any subtitles or voiceovers or anything; I don’t speak Thai but I do speak drag, so I felt like I understood exactly what was going on, even though I couldn’t speak Thai. I didn’t understand anything they were saying but I knew exactly what was happening.
I love every type of martial arts, but with Muay Thai in general, I want to see it being brought to the public more. There is no movie that has Muay Thai incorporated into it, so I want to bring that to the public.
Holly Holm was a boxer for a long time, and Leslie Smith comes from muay thai. It’s different. Holly is more defensive, while Leslie comes forward.
Could be that I have some steak after a match to get some protein. But usually it goes Thai, Japanese or Italian, mostly.
NASA asked me to create meals for the space shuttle. Thai chicken was the favorite. I flew in a fake space shuttle, but I have no desire to go into space after seeing the toilet.
I know when I was little, having my Thai mom, even I was weird about fish sauce and fish heads and clams. I kind of sided with my dad because he was a big American guy. So, we were very meat and potatoes, but I really wish I had grown up appreciating my mom’s taste a bit more.
One of the nicest things about taking your kids to a restaurant – Thai or Chinese for example – is having all the dishes in the middle of the table so that you can try a little bit of everything.
When I was competing in Muay Thai I used to fight every month.
My dad loves to cook. I’m half Thai, and growing up, that’s all we ate in my house. My dad was very big on the idea that dinnertime and cooking time was also family time.
I believe the Thai people are patient, and the people at least give me a chance to prove my ability to help them.
I have been extremely touched by these signs of affection on the part of all the Thai people.
My food hero would be someone like Elizabeth David, because I think what she did for Britain was amazing. Also David Thompson, an Australian chef who does Thai food and really understands the basis of it, has always been very inspiring.
Hua Hin is Thailand’s royal beach resort and home to the king’s summer palace. The local food is fantastic, the weather is beautiful, everything’s cheap and the Thai people are so friendly and warm.
I have a small Thai boy who dresses me and every year I let him pick what campaign I am going to work on. It saves me having to worry about it and, bless him, it makes him feel involved in the struggle for global liberation.
In San Francisco, I eat halal, which is kind of like Muslim kosher, and there’s this one Thai restaurant, and it’s right next to the ‘Great American Hall’. I’m there all the time whenever I’m in town; that’s my spot.
Earlier, I used to do yoga, but now I have started doing kickboxing and Thai Chai.
I practiced everything, from my BJJ to wrestling, judo and Muay Thai.
I have almost 100 Muay Thai fights, so I used to train and fight with really tough kickers.
I like to compete in everything – I like to compete in jiu-jitsu, I like to compete in wrestling and Muay Thai, and if I have a chance to compete in boxing one day, why not?
I cook Italian, Thai and Vietnamese, I’ve always liked to cook.
That’s one thing that’s always helped me as a fighter is that I haven’t focused on one thing, like, ‘let’s make you a jiu-jitsu fighter’ or ‘let’s make you a Muay Thai fighter.’ I had nothing when I started, and we work on everything at the same time.
I usually eat in my friend Tom Corcoran’s place – the Siam Thai in Monkstown. I go there for a very large plate of beef in red wine sauce.
I have a great time cooking and eating Thai green chicken curry.
I always say the best Thai restaurant in Dubai is my home.
I am a Gujarati by birth, but having spent most of the growing up years in Mumbai, I can eat all kinds of food, from pizza to Thai, but given a choice, I want to stick to Indian.
I’ve always felt very much from a mixed culture – mainly English and French, but also Nigerian, Thai, Mexican. Everything’s had its influence on me.
If Thai citizens still hold this harmony in their hearts, there is hope that in whatever the situation, Thailand will surely get through it safely and with stability.
I’ve really taken a lot of time to work on my Karate, worked on my kickboxing, and Muay Thai.
I got into Taekwondo when I was nine, and I started training Muay Thai and Brazilian Jujitsu later in life.
Who inside MMA that’s a champion goes to fight Muay Thai? Nobody. But I love competing.
The only thing I haven’t done as an actor, other than Thai puppet theater somewhere, is act on a Broadway stage.
This is the most terrible thing that can happen in a friendly country if Thai people have to escape from the backdoor of an embassy.
I like to train in my Muay Thai gym that I co-own.
I’m a bit of a gourmet chef. I love cooking – mostly Thai food.
There’s a restaurant I go to whenever I can called The Richmond Cafe. It’s a little Thai restaurant owned by a group of Thai women – I think they’re all a family, and they’re just really, really nice, and they make amazing massaman curry.
I look like I’m Chinese or Thai or Japanese – very different.
Thai food became one of my favorite types of food, it’s so delicious, and when you finish a meal it’s a double whammy; it tasted great and was pretty healthy.
I’m a foodie and I love to eat Thai food; I need to eat every few hours, else you will see an irritable side of me.
My father died beside trees on iron rails… He had 77 dollars on him at the time, and we used the money for Thai takeout because, as my friend Julie says about times like this, ‘You still have to eat.’
I cook a little bit. I make a Hungarian dish called chicken paprikash that’s out of this world. I’ll give a heads-up to all of your readers that it doesn’t have to be between Thai and Mexican every night. Toss some Hungarian in every once in a while. You will not be sorry. Good, solid peasant food.