Yingla and Thaksin appeared in Singapore and went to a restaurant called Thaksin Beef Noodle. (Channel News Asia)
Former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin and Anglo-La brothers and sisters who died overseas on Dec. 20 will arouse the attention of the outside world whenever they appear. Recently, they were exposed in Singapore and went to a restaurant called Thaksin Beef Noodle.
According to Channel News Asia, the daughters of Yingluck, Thaksin and Thaksin arrived at the Seah ImFood Center at noon Tuesday local time. They went to a beef noodle restaurant named after Thaksin and took pictures with the owner of the noodle restaurant.
The owner said they ordered three bowls of Thai beef noodles and a Thai fried River meal. Yingla brothers and sisters like the dishes of this restaurant very much, especially Thai fried River meal and dried chili peppers. Yingla is especially fond of the dried chili peppers provided by the restaurant.
Im glad. After all, my store is named after Thaksin, said Jaesen Ng, 64, a noodle shop owner. As for how Yinglas brothers and sisters learned about the store, the owner was also puzzled.
It is reported that the owner of the noodle shop is a Singaporean and has worked in Thailand. His beef noodle restaurant opened in 2003. Because the restaurant was mainly Thai-style beef noodles, the owner wanted to give his shop an easily distinguishable name, so he named it after Thai Prime Minister Thaksin.
The owner of the noodle shop shared a group photo with Yingluck and Thaksin on Facebook.
For the arrival of Yingla and Thaksin, the owner of the noodle shop was very happy. He felt that it played a very good role in promoting the business of the noodle shop.
Thaksin was elected as Thailands 23rd Prime Minister in 2001, while his sister Yingla won the general election in 2011, becoming Thailands first female Prime Minister. The two former Thai prime ministers were exiled in 2008 and 2017 respectively after they stepped down and were wanted by the Thai authorities. In recent months, they have appeared frequently in Britain, Japan, Dubai and other places, attracting the attention of the Thai authorities and the outside world.