The Origin Story & History Of The Famous Thai Boat Noodles

Latest Articles

129 NTUC FairPrice Outlets Open on 1st Day of CNY 2021; Some Extended Openings...

As per customary, numerous shops in Singapore are set to close over the Chinese New Year period – to...

25 COVID-19 Cases Today (27 Jan); All Are Imported

Today is the fifth straight day whereby there's no community case. As of 12pm today (27 Jan), the Ministry of...

‘Sovereign’ Woman Faces Another Unknown Charge Under The Women’s Charter

It's been a while since anything was reported on this particular person, but she's back in the spotlight again. And...

Woman Lied to Police So That They’ll Arrest Boyfriend; Made Another False Report When...

What would you do if you discovered that your partner was cheating on you? Some would simply break up with...

60% of S’poreans Might Continue to Social Distance & Wear Masks After COVID-19 Pandemic...

Some of you might be under the impression that if the authorities ease all the coronavirus-related restrictions in place,...

Boat noodles are probably the only reason why I ever visit ORTO. If you haven’t tasted boat noodles, you would have most likely seen pictures and videos of your friends indulging in bowls after bowls of boat noodles on Instagram.

But have you ever wondered why boat noodles are almost always served in small bowls instead of normal-sized bowls like the ones that you use to eat your wanton mee from?

Image: Bangkok Post

Here’s a break down of the origin and history of the famous Thai boat noodles that we know and love.

Why Are They Called Boat Noodles 

The boat noodles, also known as kuay teow rua, is a dish that reflects cultural and geographical conditions.

Boat noodles originated from Thailand and are best known in the Rangsit area of Pathum Thani province, where they first emerged.

The Rangsit Pathum Thani area has many canals. Chinese people settled there and

Click Here to Download the Free App and Read The Full Article

Like writing? Goody Feed is looking for writers! Click here for more info!