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Great snacking spot

Phran Nok Rd, near Wang Lang Pier, Thonburi

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Streetfood: Wang Lang Market

Getting here is easy as both cross-river ferries and the Chao Phraya Express boats stop here.

Photo of Streetfood: Wang Lang Market

Come off the pier and you're in the market. It stretches up Phran Nok for at least 300 metres, and melts back into the tiny alleys behind. Have a wander around first and then make a plan of attack.

Sweets and little snacks are plentiful, like kanom krok (tiny thai cupcakes baked in a hot metal mold) or kanom buang maprow (crispy wafers filled with meringue and sweet coconut filling or salty dried shrimp filling- they look like tiny tacos, and both are delightful).

There is excellent roasted pork served at several places immediately to the left of the ferry pier, and southern food is common throughout this market. Once you've reached your street food limit (never, is the answer of the truly dedicated), tons of vendors gather at the centre of Wang Lang selling retro (or faux-retro) clothes, very cook kicks, very-used-yet-real Chanel bags.

Stuff your face, then clothe your back. Go on, you deserve it.

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Streetfood: Wang Lang Market
Phran Nok Rd, near Wang Lang Pier, Thonburi
Open daily, best for lunch and dinner

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