Snack vendors sell various interesting food: garlic, dry dural, dry banana, rice cookies, coconut ball etc.
3 big bags cost 100 THB only.
Fondest memory: The vendor had sweet smile. She spoke good Mandarin because she worked 6 years (2 terms) in Tu-Cheng, Taipei before. It's nice to talk with her. : )
Bamboo worms eat bamboo only so actually they are very clean and have no strange smell.
They are good protein and good for your skin. 1 small bag 120 THB. Quiet expensive for the local living standard.
The traditional buildings all made of teak trees are more than hundred years old.
The owner is a beautiful young girl (born in 1978-79) and now studies in England.
She donates the ticket fee to the poor and the sick.
Fondest memory: There sells local snacks, rice cookies. We love the natural taste very much.
4 bags 100 THB only.
Thailands fighting roosters are so famous and that we must take a look at the shop.
Something is interesting is that the shop clerk is a pretty young girl.
I wanted to buy the purple suit. 199 THB only.
However, thinking that it's not practical in Taiwan so gave up!
They are water-cockroachs and crickets.
Each piece costs 2 THB only.
Unfortunatly, I didn't have courage to try them.
Chiang Mai sausages are individually made of pork or beef. Pork ones are more common.
Pork and spices are well mixed. Very tasty. 15-20cm = 22 THB.
Kad Tung Kwian is local market where you can find clothes and food.
The most impressive food is insect (water-cockroach, cricket), worm (bamboo worm and bee worm) and cow babys.