Bangkok tops the world as the best city to visit if you’re a food lover. Street food in Thailand brings together various offerings of ready-to-eat meals, snacks, fruits and drinks sold by hawkers or vendors at food stalls or food carts on the street side in Thailand. Sampling Thai street food is a popular itinerary […]
Khlong Toei Market is Bangkok’s biggest fresh market. It is located on Rama IV Road near the Khlong Toei and Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre MRT stations in the Khlong Toei neighborhood. The market offers low prices on raw meat, seafood, farm produce, and a few other items (clothing, kitchenware, etc.) and is open daily from 6.00 am – 2.00 am.
In January 2010 CNN listed it as one of the most authentic markets in Bangkok as well as a place to avoid when hung over.
The 100 Km organic market is an eco-friendly market which offers booths selling seasonal veggies and fruits, potted plants and seeds, dried and fresh flowers, organic food, art and craft items. Pop by at 16:00 to join the free sustainable-self discussion session, featuring easy ways to reduce waste.
How to be vegan in Bangkok shows that vegan people will find the best vegan food around Asia. There’s a huge variety of different kind of dishes to explore.
This interesting local thai market at Ban Mae Cho, which is 40km away from Chiang Mai, is one of the most visited.
Old factory market food and craft inside the Chiang mai industry building for local product promotion.