It’s not a big surprise that street food in Thailand is sold everywhere and it’s much cheaper than restaurants, even the local ones.
There are fruit and vegetable markets in every corner and food stalls across every street. There is a variety of places where you can dine out on the cheap.
There is nothing better than food stalls along Thailand’s streets. Imagine BBQ pork and chicken on skewers, deep fried chicken, fried noodle dishes, papaya salad, and much, much more.
The best time to find a good variety of food stalls is the early morning and late afternoon and evenings.
Thai street food is cheap! Even street vendors that get a lot of tourist traffic typically won’t charge more than 30-60 baht ($1-2 USD) for their offerings. If you venture into a truly Thai market void of tourists, you can eat like a king for just a few dollars.
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