Yes, that's true.
Thailand is a third country, but the capital of Bangkok certainly does not fit into your mental image as a third country country.
Want to spend a million dollars in a condominium? No problem. There are hundreds to choose from.
Did you ever experience Starbucks coffee, McDonald's Big Mac, or 7-11 hotdogs?
Do not worry; they're all in Bangkok. In fact, there are about 4,000 7-11 years in Thailand.
Starbucks is currently in 100 locations in Thailand.
McDonald's will not forget they're here.
So on a "western level" Bangkok is very civilized and is not the only city or coast in Thailand that reminds home or at least the big city.
I lived in Bangkok a few years ago, I was shocked to learn about the Ministry of Health of Thailand, also known as the Ministry of Health. In the first three months of 2008, more than 250,000 people were reported in the Kingdom of Thailand that they were ill with contaminated meals and drinking. food.
A total of 37 people died of contamination.
Publicity is alerted to diarrhea, food poisoning, typhoid fever, cholera and rabies. Thai Ministry of Health says, "Hot weather and drought are perfect conditions for bacteria and bacteria, especially in areas where hygiene and sewage treatment are inadequate." Street makers appear to be larger sources of potential food contamination than well-established stores, but a recent study of restaurant cutlery boxes has shown that nearly 50 percent of them are infected with bacteria and fungi.
If you are in the United States, it is self explanatory how the food industry is regulated.
In many parts of the world, the handling of meat, bread, chocolate, donuts and other foods is quite common for sellers with "bare hands".
Go to Amsterdam's weekend market and buy bread and meat. Just pick up and put it in a purse after handling the "clean" money. That is the case, and the Netherlands is not a third country.
I admit that I occasionally suffered from diarrhea after diarrhea, but that is nothing but a bigger experience.
A smart idea with an ethyl alcohol containing hand disinfectant, and when I know that I'm going to eat from a booth or at a public fair, event or market, is usually a small bottle for me.
I'm not paranoid about the health problem, but I'm delighted that the government agency deals with the issue and proposes steps to help alleviate the problem.
Thailand About 65 million people and millions of people from all over the world visit this warm and friendly paradise. Personally, I love Bangladeshi's life and know the city as my hand since I spent a lot of time since 1991 and finally moved to the end of 2004.
High temperatures are more likely to be free from illness, but do not let them keep such news from the fabulous place to vacation, shop or retirement.
Just mention common sense; if it seems dirty, then probably; if the food is not thoroughly cooked, it may be a discomfort later; and often wash his hands, because he will never know when or when I shake hands.
Source by Lazz Laszlo