Thailand’s soft power industry, according to the Department of Foreign Trade, encourages international trade and export, particularly of food, fruits, healthcare, beauty items, and distinctive Thai goods. Three Thai meals are among the top 50 Asian street snacks listed by CNN Travel. According to CNN, Kai Jeow Pu () was…


Heaven-sent. This wok-cooked dish includes fluffy borders, a sweet chili sauce, and a crispy outer layer.


Northern Thai Khao Soi is the best soup in the world.


egg noodles deep-fried with curry soup. It’s typical in Chaing Mai and other parts of northern Thailand. Anucha estimated the value of Thailand’s soft power companies at 1.4 trillion baht. The three best Asian street foods were crab omelettes, Khao Soi, and Isaan sausages. This dish is offered by Michelin-starred street vendor Jay Fai. Sausage made from fermented pork, rice, and garlic. With pickled ginger, chiles, and cabbage, the meat is grilled.


Sausage from Isaan is at the top. Inn Sai Kork. Isaan sausages are offered by roadside vendors for 10 to 15 baht. These meals are seen by the government as a part of its “5 Fs” soft power plan, which also includes festivals, fights, movies, and food.


Sausages from Isaan have never been included in a list of world foods.


In Khon Kaen, Thailand’s northeast, a 48-year-old Isaan sausage vendor told the reporters she was overjoyed.


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