We live in outskirts of Bangkok and we do not have a lot of supermarkets in this area. So, every Wednesdays and Sundays there is a huge market where locals sell stuff like meat, vegetables, food, clothes and what not. We buy our vegetables and fish from this market since it is more fresh than the supermarket and its cheaper too. Thailand is famous for its street food. On this market too, we can see lots of stalls selling local Thai food. Its pretty convenient to buy food there for people who don’t want to cook at home.
So, in this post I’m sharing with you the pictures from the market taken with my phone. The market is quite vibrant and definitely worth a share :).
Motorcycle taxi ride to the market, costs around 20 Baht
Tropical fruit Rambudan right at the entrance
Thai/Chinese style pork
Famous Thai pork and rice balls with sweet and sour sauce
Tropical fruit, I don’t know its name 40 Baht per kilo
A very sour Thai fruit used to make sweet and sour salad, sorry for thw blurry pic 🙂
Some kind of spicy soup with mushroom
You can buy some lottery too…
A drink stall, very famous in Thailand…you can find similar stalls in each and every corner.
Thai curries with steam rice ready to take away
Some kind of salad
You can find SIM cards too
And shoes as well for 100 Baht per pair
Our favorite stall, all kinds of seasonal greens are found here.
A’s favorite stall which sells onion and garlic
Clams and shells
Boiled veggies with different kinds of spicy sauces.
Steamed, fried fish ready to eat along with omelet
These tiny shrimps were still alive!
Fried eggs with two yolks
In case you feel sunny 😉
Thai steamed red curry
Charcoal grilled whole chicken
A flower stall
Inside the market
Fried pork or Moo Crob in Thai
Red Snapper grilled with seasalt
A must have Thai ingredient.
Local version of KFC 🙂
Fried crickets 🙂
Thai Northern style sausage
fried pork skin, sorry for the blurred pic!
End of the market!
I hope you all enjoyed going through the pictures :).