Here in Chiang Mai, our favourite is the Chiang Mai Gate Market or Talat Pratu Chiang Mai, located in the south inside the moat and open 24/7. If you get there in the afternoon or evening, you will find a great variety of street food, but if you go in the morning, you will be able to find a small fruit paradise. Call it a walk-in natural pharmacy. Here is a list of a few remarkable fruits we’ve eaten in Thailand:
Surviving Food Poisoning in Thailand: Food poisoning. A risk that every traveler should be aware of when exploring new lands and trying new foods. Food poisoning in Thailand is a very common occurrence for travelers. Having gone through it ourselves we thought we would share a few tips for surviving food poisoning in Thailand.