Talat Warorot, Chiang Mai

Having already finished the Wat’s of Chiang Mai, the next on the list are the markets.
There is no better one to start with than the oldest and most famous one in the city- Talat Warorot. Everything can be found here, except the tourists. It is very much a local hotspot for bits and bobs. It is slightly confusing, and only really attempted a part of the vast stalls. We did see the standard fake handbags..but kind if got put off when we saw turtles and eels in the food section (yummy!)

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One thought on “Talat Warorot, Chiang Mai

  1. Love the photo of the bananas! I had no idea they grew like that.
    Loving the updates, looks like your packing so much in and its only been a week! Stay safe xx

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