Aurore Danielou is a graphic designer, illustrator, and trend reporter. Her domain of expertise is Graphic Conception and Art Direction. She is based in Paris and Montreal where she works with trend studios as a colorist and lifestyle and design consultant. Her work consists of distilling that which is around us to gather the essential societal and artistic trends of today and tomorrow. Aurore loves to discover new cultures with a passion for travel.
Bangkok, capital of Thailand and the old kingdom of Siam, is a cultural crossroads between India, China, Burma, Laos, Vietnam, and Cambodia. The dual identity between tradition and modernity is surprising. Its cultural mix is reflected through its culinary richness.
Thai meals punctuate the day, this “sanuck” or “joie de vivre” around dinner on the street is a fundamental concept. Street food is an institution with nearly 1,800 “rot khen” or “street trucks” in the city, ready to deliver their culinary treasures. This type of food production reports an average of 300 million Euros a year. Street food is representative of a certain philosophy of life that exists in Asia, between heat and monsoon rain, a “rot khen” is never far away. Enjoy and bon appetit!
Some spots not to miss: Texas Suki Chinatown and Maturos Tous which offers fresh fruit, skewers, and a delicious papaya salad!