Chiang Mai / 29th - 31st October 2016
Day 3 (in chronological order)
Conclusion: Reflections on trip to Chiang Mai
Dinner @ 7-Eleven (Chiang Mai, Thailand)
You can get quick bites made by CP Foods that are certified halal from most 7-Elevens in Chiang Mai. I got two burgers from the 7-Eleven near The Peaberry.
After my late lunch at Le Spice Restaurant, I explored the western part of the old city walls, particularly Nimmanhaemin road. This particular road is well known to many to be the trendy, chic and funky part of Chiang Mai. I tried to fit in the milieu of the place but people kept staring at my outdated and frumpish outfit.
Go on and explore Nimmanhaemin Road.
I couldn’t find any halal food along Nimmanhaemin Road so I reached back to my hotel hungry. I decided to have Coke for supper and so I went to the nearest 7-eleven.
There are many 7-elevens in Chiang Mai. This is the closest to my hotel.
It was only 4 minutes walk from The Peaberry Hotel.
After rummaging the whole 7-Eleven for halal food, I found a couple of burgers that are certified halal. They are made by Charoen Pokphand Foods PCL, popularly known as CP Foods.
There is nothing much to say about this meal except that it was godsend. That night, I didn’t sleep hungry. And I was also glad that there was at least something in my stomach that Coke could acidify, instead of my poor, tattered and undernourished stomach linings.