Michelin Guide Thailand
Michelin Guide Thailand

The Thailand edition of the Michelin Guide will live on until at least 2027

The Tourism Authority Thailand will continue to work with the vaunted dining guide for another five years to honor more restaurants around the country

Arpiwach Supateerawanitt
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Arpiwach Supateerawanitt
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Great news for Thailand’s food scene: the globally-respected Michelin Guide and the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) have just announced that they will continue to collaborate to seek out star-worthy restaurants in the country until the fiscal year 2026 (for the Michelin Guide Thailand 2027).

The Thai edition of the prestigious dining guide was first launched in 2017 under a five-year contract with TAT. Throughout this time, a total of 17 restaurants in Bangkok and Phuket were granted stars, and a variety of establishments, from fine-dining venues to humble shophouse eateries, were given Michelin Plate and Bib Gourmand recognition. As a result, Thailand’s culinary culture became even more popular among global food lovers, many of whom have flocked to the kingdom to sample the creations of both these fancy and street food restaurants.

Michelin Guide Thailand is hoping to extend its reach to other provinces in the country. Presently, it covers Bangkok, Phuket, Chiang Mai and Phang-Nga. In the upcoming 2022 edition which will launch later this year, the guide will also include restaurants and hotels in Ayutthaya, the former capital of Thailand.  

Check out the latest Michelin Guide Thailand edition via this link.

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