Thailand Street Food Amphawa Floating Market
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Amphawa floating market is one of the most unique places you can visit in Thailand. Here you can order street food from a boat and eat by the riverside.
The locals also love to visit this place and the prices are cheap and affordable for street food and souvenirs.
You can also take boat rides for ard 50thb / $1.63usd a person and for certain seasons there will be fireflies at night along the river.
It is one and a half hour away from bangkok and the cheapest way to get here is by bus from Sai Tai Mai Bangkok Southern Bus Terminal.
Becareful of certain locals who guide you away from Amphawa and to visit another floating market which is 30mins away, that place cost alot more and is much more smaller.
Address: Amphawa, Amphawa District, Samut Songkhram 75110, Thailand
Opens: Fri, Sat \u0026 Sun 11am9pm
THAILAND Night Market | Street Food In AYUTTHAYA
The Hua Raw Night Market is located directly by the river and next to my guesthouse. This is one of the typical Thai night markets you can find everywhere in the country.
It is in the middle of the week and not much going on. it is the rainy season and few tourists come to the city. But the locals go to the night market as usual and enjoy their dinner.
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There are many floating markets you can visit when you’re in Thailand, and even there are some floating markets located right within Bangkok that are very nice (Khlong Lat Mayom is very nice in Bangkok: https://migrationology.com/bestfloatingmarketinbangkok/).
Then there are also many floating markets about a 1 or 1.5 hour drive from Bangkok in a province called Samut Songkhram. In Samut Songkhram there are a number of other famous floating markets. Damnoen Saduak is the most famous of all, and it’s very touristy and gets very packed on the weekend. Amphawa is another Thai floating market that’s big and busy. But I wanted to go to a quieter and more peaceful floating market, so we decided to go to Tha Kha Floating Market (ตลาดน้ำท่าคา), located very close to Amphawa.
It was my first time to visit Tha Kha Floating Market (ตลาดน้ำท่าคา), and I was pleasantly surprised by how small, friendly, and local it was. There’s not a whole lot to do, but there are plenty of floating boats serving food and you can also buy lots of fresh ingredients which come from this area.
Along with plenty of Thai food snacks I ate during this tour of Tha Kha Floating Market (ตลาดน้ำท่าคา), the best thing was the hoy tod (หอยทอด), a fried oyster omelet. There’s something about eating an oily fried oyster omelet when you go to a floating market it’s kind of like going to a sports game and eating a hot dog they just go so well together.
I also enjoyed the fruits available at the market, especially starfruit, which was likely picked right off the tree of the lady who was selling it.
When you’re in Thailand, if you want to go to a quiet and peaceful floating market that’s not overly busy and still remains quite local Tha Kha Floating Market (ตลาดน้ำท่าคา) is an amazing option.
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Giant River Prawns (กุ้งเผา) in Ayutthaya (Insane Delicious Alert)!
When you’re in Ayutthaya, one thing you don’t want to miss is Ayutthaya freshwater prawns (shrimp). Here’s the article (but more details in another article coming soon): http://migrationology.com/2014/09/freshwaterprawnsayutthayathailand/
Ayutthaya, the ancient Thai capital, and located about 1 1.5 hours drive from central Bangkok, is extremely famous throughout Thailand for its freshwater prawns. Thais that visit Ayutthaya come to visit the temples, but many would not miss the opportunity for a prawns feast. On my latest trip to Ayutthaya, Ying and I ate at a restaurant known as Ruay Goong Pao (ร้านรวยกุ้งเผา). Although it was located a bit out of the city, it was definitely worth the trip to get there and if you love prawns / shrimp, you’re going to love this restaurant.
The restaurant is located along the slow moving river, so the atmosphere for chowing down couldn’t be better either. There’s a dining room located in the house on the shore, but we chose to sit on the floating dining room, located in the river. The scenery was great, and the relaxing atmosphere was perfect for freshwater prawns feasting. For our trophy dish, we ordered the Goong Pao (กุ้งเผา), or roasted prawns. You could either choose, 3, 4, or 5 prawns for 1 kilo, and we chose to go for the biggest ones, just 3 prawns for 1 kilo so these guys were monsters! All they did was slice them in half, and grill them on the shell side down until they were perfectly cooked. They were insanely delicious, some of the most amazing tasting things I’ve ever had in my life. The meat of the freshwater prawns was sweet and firm, and the yellow orange colored head oil was rich and creamy the combination was outstanding.
In addition to our platter of goong pao (กุ้งเผา), we also ordered a plate of kam goong pad cha (ก้ามกุ้งผัดฉ่า). Since these freshwater prawns were so jumbo big, they had equally huge tentacles (or maybe they are claws). So after the shrimp were roasted, the claws were then deshelled, and the meat from them was stir fried up with fingerroot, onions, garlic, and green peppercorns. It was an equally amazing tasting dish. For vegetables, Ying and I ordered Pad sai bua nam man hoy (ผัดสายบัวน้ำมันหอย), lotus flower stems that were just stir fried up nicely with garlic and oyster sauce. It was delicious as always, and made a nice accompanying dish to our roasted jumbo freshwater prawns.
Ayutthaya is famous throughout Thailand (and for visitors), for its temples and its history, and while that is great to see too, when you’re in Ayutthaya, you should not miss the opportunity to have an insanely delicious freshwater prawns (กุ้งเผา) feast!
Ran Ruay Goong Pao
Thanon SamkokSayna, Tambon Maitra, Amphoe Bang Sai, Ayutthaya
Open hours: 10 am 8 pm daily
jumbo prawns 1,500 THB
lotus flower stems 80 THB
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