Thai cuisine is undeniably enjoyable, but you haven’t really been to Thailand if you haven’t tasted its street food yet.

 

If you’ve already tasted a $100-multicourse meal in a luxury restaurant or if you couldn’t exactly afford one, then the next step to experiencing a truly unique Thai meal is heading to the nearest market and gobble on stir fries, curries or simply a 25-baht worth of Thai fried noodles or pad Thai.

Don’t worry though, Thai street foods are largely safe, and you can always assess their preparation as they’re cooked right on the spot. Have a look at some of the Thai food sold in a local market in Cole Graham’s clip.
 

So start planning your next food trip today!

I want to go to Hin Kon

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