Farang: A foreigner, similar to the word gringo in the Spanish language
Ha: the number 5
Sawng: the number 2
The Farang Song
See the above song for an introduction to the Thai Language. It is called the Hahaha Song because of its lyrics. As you will see above it is sometimes shortened to the 5552 song as well.
Welcome to my blog!
This blog will be a random sampling of my thoughts and musings on my life in Thailand. I look forward to sharing my experience with you! Please let me know if there is anything you want to know more about. The goal will be to post about every week.
Let’s begin with an introductory Thai lesson:
Sa wat dee kha/khrap = hello, good morning, good evening, welcome. It is a general greeting
Kha = used my females to end every sentence
Khrap = used my males to end every sentence
Khaawp khoon kha/khrap = thank you!
Chai yen = Thai iced tea, my favorite!
That’s all for the first blog. There’s a lot more to come as I already have a long list 🙂