The original Thai beer is a clean, crisp lager and is immensely popular in Bangkok. The German-stlye lager has a mild, light taste which makes it perfect for the hot weather and hot food in Thailand, although some find the flavor a little too light. Nearly all restaurants stock Singha, which is pronounced “Singh” without the –a at the end.
Like regular Singha, Singha Light, with 3.5% alcohol, is clean, crisp and mild. The lager is less flavorful than regular beer but doesn't have the watered-down taste associated with some light beers.