Monday, 10 April 2017

Huai Khwang Night Market, Bangkok

After spent our afternoon at Chatuchak Weekend Market, we went to Huai Khwang Night Market by MRT.

Huai Khwang is located east of the city centre, less congested than central Bangkok, it's suburban pace offers an alternative to Bangkokians looking for quieter communities.

Huai Khwang Night Market starts at 7 pm until late. There are a large number of food stalls, restaurants and a local wet market.

It's raining when we reached Huai Khwang. 

From MRT Station we walked passed by Elephant God Temple and found out that only wet market was opening while most of the food stall were closed. Some of the food stalls were opening and moved their stall to shop-lot corridor.

Wet market which selling varieties of raw vegetables and meats.

Fruit stall opposite wet market. We thought buying some soursop but the stall owner told us soursops were still ripe 😭😭😭


We saw many locals were surrounding this soya bean stall and we decided to give a try!

Varieties of topping! Jelly, Barley, Eggs etc. We bought 1 pack to try when back to hotel. Taste good!

Pork porridge stall. Beside pork porridge, this stall was selling savory soya bean too. Trust me, this porridge stall was really good. Thick texture and savory flavor with generous pork meat.

Taste good even it's cold when we reached hotel. Sure will go back to Huai Khwang for this during my next visit to BKK.

When we were leaving, rain started to stop. We saw there's some stall which selling chicken rice, seafood, BBQ pork and noodles started to set up. Not to expect hygiene place if you plan to dine in here, but who cares as long as the food is tasty! 

I would say coming to Huay Khwang was a good experience to look into Bangkok local life and food with cheaper price charged compare to main tourist area. 

Please don't rain during our next visit to Huay Khwang! πŸ™‡πŸ™

How to get there?
  • MRT (Huai Khwang Station)
  • Taxi

Read my Oct'16 BKK post:

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