Travelling in Thailand as a low-fat raw vegan

Fun with elephants in Chiang Mai thailand

We’re just back from our family holiday in Thailand.  Been back almost a couple of weeks now and adjusting to the reality of being back in Australian winter 🙁

If you’re raw vegan or high raw vegan and you want to go travelling, then Thailand would have to be one of the choicest holiday destinations.

I did NOT want to leave 30 degree temperatures to return to tops of 12 🙁

There is an abundance of fresh tropical fruit and all sorts of veggie options.  It’s super cheap and pretty much every restaurant will serve you rice and stir-fried veggies or veggie curries if you include some cooked vegan food in your diet.

Local Chiang Mai market fruit haul

There are dedicated vegan restaurants in most of the main tourist destinations where you can get delicious salads, young  (drinking) coconuts and fruit shakes (warning – always request for no sugar or they will put sugar syrup in it!)

I put together this video highlighting the best parts of my trip and the food, to show what you can expect travelling in Thailand, particularly Chiang Mai and Ko Lanta, where we spent our time.

Let me know your thoughts on this video and what topics you’d like me to address in upcoming videos! <3

  1. Try Costa Rica sometime.Costa Rica has better quality fruits and vegetables.Do your homework in CR .Nevertheless, Thailand is a lot cheaper.CR has no elephants but, lots of bulls and beautiful horses if you are addicted to be around them.I can tell you had a very rewarding time in Th.Thanks for the input……Rafael

  2. Enjoyed. Thanks. Good resort deal. I’ve always wanted to go to Thailand. Have friends who live in nearby Cambodia.

  3. Love this video. So fun to watch. I wish I could go to Thailand. The fruit looks really good there. Do you ever do any YouTube videos “What I eat in a day”? Those are motivating. Thanks for sharing.

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