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I happened upon this market today when I took the riverboat crossing (4 baht) from Wat Arun to Wat Pho.
The market is on the Tha Tien Pier and you have to walk through it to get out of the pier and to the Grand...More
this market is in the center, just in front of Wat Pho (the reclining buddha). this market looks a local market, no many tourists around, but it worth seeing it, they sell alot of local products, meat and salted fish
We actually wanted to go here as wanted to buy some dried seafood and this place had some of the things we were looking for. Arriving in the afternoon on Friday, there aren't a lot of stalls open and most sold salted fish, dried fish,...More
Different kinds of fish (dried and salted), exotic in the eyes of the foreigner, as well as other supplies for street vendors and restaurants are on offer here. Basically wherever the market touches the route of tourists visiting nearby wat Pho and Tha Tien pier...More
The traditional market, the location of the fitting on the back of Wat Pho, here a special dried fish, and dried shrimp, and Beautiful little shops, quick easy ferry to wat Arun, and great little food places. i'm loving so much ...
I came across this market while exiting from Wat Pho. This building has a very interesting history. It was built as a guest house for the foreign dignitaries visiting the Royal Palace. Then during King Rama IV’s time it was totally destroyed by a fire....More
We came here from some street food (the best noodle soup I've ever had!) and then wandered briefly through the market before taking the locals ferry (4 TB one way) across the river. The market is filled with food delights - it's more for locals...More
Tha Tien market is directly across Wat Pho and is adjacent to Tha Tien pier. This covered market is consist of many stalls selling dried seafood. I couldn't pass up the opportunity to buy a dried salted fish,albeit smelly, and a kilo of dried shrimp...More
This market is not all that, really just a normal market. But i give it "very good" because I find it to authentic, looks like a market for Thai people, not tourists. This is what I look for when I travel - things made for...More