Travel Porn: Chiang Mai, Thailand

Chiang Mai Thailand Street Food Travel Porn

One of the first things you notice when you travel to Thailand is the abundance of street food. It is easy to eat every meal of your trip on the bustling streets.

This picture is from the Sunday night walking street market in Chiang Mai. These two women are serving 5 different types of Pad Thai for just 15 Baht each. That is about $0.50 per serving! Oh how I wish I was there right now with a plate of noodles and a bag of Green Papaya Salad!

Chiang Mai Thailand Street Food Travel Porn

Alexandra Pucherelli

Alexandra Pucherelli is a Maui native who is flirting with adventure and shenanigans one country at a time. She is an island Girl, hammock lover, travel writer, gin drinker, lover of cheese, travel photographer, and daydreamer. A full time nomad since April 03, 2011 and is sharing her musings, budget, and frolicking tips with you. She is bad with learning new languages but FLUENT IN FROLICKING

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10 Comments on “Travel Porn: Chiang Mai, Thailand

    • I’m actually craving Bleecker St Pizza now that I saw New York in your name ;) my tummy is fickle

  1. Chiang Mai and the area around it was my favorite part of Thailand, despite the lack of beaches. I thought it was more laid back and hassle free than the other areas I visited in the country. I assume if I had gone to less touristy islands, I would have enjoyed those as well though.

    And yeah, the market in Chiang Mai was great. Despite the ridiculously low prices, I still somehow always managed to spend more than I had planned–and all I ever bought was food.
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  2. Drool-worthy! Loved Bangkok street food … Hope to try Chang Mai’s in 2013!
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  3. Its the thing you miss the most when you go home. You don’t even realise it that much when you are there but at home you find yourself wanting to get some street food.

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