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Thai Peanut Noodles. I love you all equally. Next up, the sauce. Easy peasy. SO yummy. With the combo of peanut butter and egg — this meal is full of protein! Eggs are definitely my go-to source of protein plus chicken, which if you have any leftover rotisserie chicken laying around — so good in this. So many ways to prepare them, so tasty, and full of protein! Last up. The garnishes. Chopped salted peanuts, fresh cilantro, green onions, and a squeeze of lime juice. So gooooooooood.

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PS — I try emphasis on the word try eating these Thai Peanut Noodles with these super cute chopsticks. What are some of your favorite take-out dishes? Show me the yummy! Share Pin 5K 5K Shares. Want to make this even easier and healthier? Omit the brown sugar and sesame oil. I'd love to hear if you guys have a favorite substitute!

I've heard mushroom sauce is great. Spray with cooking spray. Crack in egg I work with 1 - 2 eggs at a time. Cook for about 2 minutes, flip, and cook for another 2 minutes. Cooking time will vary depending on how runny you like your yolks. Season with salt and pepper. We receive a commission on purchases made via these links. The price you pay is not affected by using them. Your email address will not be published. Recipe Rating. Notify me of follow-up comments by email.

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We actually found our house without the help of an agency within a KM of the the old city. We rescued our dog a mini pinscher in Thailand. Having him there was awesome though finding a pet friendly apartment in Bangkok is nearly impossible , but taking him out of the country was a total pain. Getting all the paperwork we needed to export him out of the country and imported into another was a complete headache and involved a lot of phone calls, bribes, and chasing around.

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Awesome summary. No wonder so many Farang leave their pets behind…. In CM I stayed in the southern Haiya tambon. The soi dogs were very friendly; none of them threw aggressive body language at me. Most were willing to let me approach and scratch behind the ear. Of course, we wish you all the best when you bring your cat over, just let him roam outside with caution.


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Hello there — I am moving to Chiang Mai to work at an international school for years this summer. I have one adult cat. Is it really true that no apartment in the city let you have pets — even small cats? Generally speaking, apartments and condos in Chiang Mai do not allow pets.

However, some are more lenient than others and look the other way when pets are brought it or actually allow pets if you ask approved on a case by case basis. You are welcomed to sneak your cat in like we did, but you risk getting kicked out. The most hassle-free method is to look for a house or a condo. They are independently owned so you can speak directly with the landlord about your cat. Nakornping condo on Soi Ratchaphruek rents to cats. I lucked out to find it. But I think all the units are full. I have lived here a year. I looked for 6 months to find a place for a cat.

Nearly impossible, unless you get a house. Just a different culture. A lot of people have cute little dogs.

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Pomeranians and chihuahuas. I cannot imagine trying to walk a dog in the old city with the soi dogs. Yeah, our cat is an indoor cat, although we do let him out in our tiny fenced in yard under supervision. All it takes is one mean soi dog out of a hundred and our kitty is toast. We relocated to Thailand from the UK around 16 months ago. We almost gave our cat up for adoption, but backed out at the last minute…. So there I Was in a mountain of paper work and googling how to get Lola the Persian cat over to Thailand.

There are lots of google posts that say to pay someone to do it, and to be honest I dont think you need to do that. I did it all myself. Great to hear read your good-news story, Nicole. Not a bad price either! What was your experience flying them over?

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We are moving from the U. We had a really good experience shipping our cat. He flew on a different plane than us entirely went over an entirely different ocean than us, too! We used a pet shipper to find and book flights for us, shipped our cat cargo we worried about that but he was fine , and received a happy clean cat in Bangkok. The only not-great part was at the end picking him up at the cargo facility because it was after hours and there was no one there to meet us and speak English to us.

My fiance and I plan to move there next July. We have two pooches, a puggle and a cockapoo. Both small dogs, are we are both anxious about flying them especially. Were not so worried about them living there, as we know we will stay with my family in a gated home. However, has anyone had experiencing flying them over there? We having a hard time finding information on which airlines fly dogs, and how safe it is for them to fly under the plane.

Thank you! Have you thought about contacting a pet shipper? I would highly recommend you take them. I would recommend going a few times without the dogs and see where you like. I have been going to Phuket and Chiang Mai for over 6 years and I would feel confident to take them. Its certainly a must to find a place where they will take dogs. Visiting your future Thai town to scout out an area you like and make pet friendly connections is definitely ideal. Glad to hear you already have a few places you can choose from when you move here in two months. That certainly takes a big weight off the shoulders.

Hi Tony, thank you for your comment, my husband and I are planning to move to Thailand in August and I just cannot imagine leaving my cocker spaniel behind. Now that you have moved, how have you found it?

It is really so impossible to have a dog there? This is really something who shocked me when i visited Bangkok! How many homeless dog we met everywhere! We brought our two cats 18 months ago from Malaysia to Thailand, short distance so pretty hassle free, also because of the excellent information we found here.

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The oldest one was already accompying us when we moved from the Netherlands to Malaysia and we also brought her to Singapore when we lived there. Taking them to Thailand was by far the easiest compared to Singapore and Malaysia.

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No quarantine, just some paperwork to be checked and filled in at the airport. Quite the difference with Singapore that has a month long mandatory quarantine. Oh, great to hear you had no quarantine issues. Thailand is pretty lax compared to other countries.