Top 15 Street Finds (Foods and Refreshments) in Bangkok, Thailand

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Most street stalls in Bangkok are regulated by the government. It is safe and delicious to eat the foods. We had some grilled sauges, pork barbecue, spicy pork with basil, spicy fish, iced milk coffee, Thai milk tea and more! If you are curious what are the basic names of streetfoods, enjoying reading this blog!

1.) Moo Ping (Thai-Style Grilled Pork Skewers)

2.) Kra pow

3.) Grilled Sausage

4.) Pad Thai Noodle

can be with shrimp or chicken

5.) Kiew Tod

6.) Thai Chicken Fried Rice

7.) Coconut Water

8.) Thai Iced Coffee


9.) Freshly Squeezed Juices


10.) Fried Fish

11.) Look Chin Tod (Fried Meatballs)

12.) Fried Chicken

13.) Pu Aud (Crab Stick)

14.) Kanom Krok

15.) Pon La Mai Sod (Fresh Fruits)

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  1. I hadn’t realised that the street stalls are regulated by the government! Perhaps that explains why they ALL seem so hygienic and delicious. What was your favourite part of Bangkok?

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