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Bangkok, Thailand. Top Street Food Stalls in ‘Bang Nam Phueng’ Market


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Bang Nam Phueng Floating Market lies around 14.5 km southeast of central Bangkok . It’ s a riverside market, with several boats parked along the banks and stalls on solid ground. It’s located in an unusual loop of the Chao Phraya River, nicknamed ‘the Green Lung of Bangkok’. Despite being quite close to Bangkok, this surprisingly untouched area is covered with vegetation and traditional homes. Rows of low tables are set along the riverbank under a long and thatched roof. Bang Nam Phueng Market is surprisingly authentic as it’s mostly frequented by locals. Just like Khlong Lat Mayom floating market, as soon as you arrive, you’ll immediately be surrounded by little thatch covered stalls selling a wide range of random things. The market is surrounded by lush forest and tropical greenery. Often the foot paths are elevated above water with trees, vines and shrubs all adding to the wonderful atmosphere. You can see some vendors boiling noodles or barbecuing satay’s directly from their boats and you’ll find all kinds of snacks and goods in nicer packaging than what would normally be presented on the streets. The weekend market Bang Nam Pheung is a chance to discover and sample local foods, sweets and unusual fruits. The atmosphere is relaxed and pleasant and people are very friendly. It’s a nice spot for experiencing a village lifestyle. Thai floating markets ,especially for Bangkok residents, are the perfect way to forget about city life and to escape from work and busy city life for the day – a Thai tourist attraction just on the outskirts of Bangkok. streetfood thaifood bangkok thailand thaistreetfood food foodporn floatingmarket bangnamphueng

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Bangkok, Thailand. Top Street Food Stalls in 'Bang Nam Phueng' Market

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