Fruits You Should Try at Taling Chan Floating Market, Bangkok

During your trip to Thailand, you should taste as many local fruits as you can. Before you go, check the list of Thai Fruits You Should Try in Thailand and get familiar with them. Taling Chan Floating Market is a good place to try many of delicious Thai fruits as a wide variety of them is being sold here.

Salacca (สละ) or Snake fruit has a kind of sour taste with a dry, crunchy texture = 80 baht/kg

Salacca or Snake fruit at Taling Chan Floating Market

Dragon fruit (Gao Mung Gorn : แก้วมังกร) = 60 baht/kg

Dragon fruit (Gao Mung Gorn) at Taling Chan Floating Market

Thai La-Mood (ละมุด) or Sapodilla is a sweet Thai fruit with grainy texture and black, inedible seeds in the center of it = 50 baht/kg

Thai La-Mood or Sapodilla

Guava (Fa-Rang: ฝรั่ง) = 50 baht/kg

Guava (Fa-Rang)

Nam Dok Mai Sweet Mango (Ma-Muang: มะม่วงน้ำดอกไม้) = 100 baht/kg

This kind of mango is traditionally served as Khao Niaw Ma Muang (Mango Sticky Rice).

Nam Dok Mai Sweet Mango (Ma-Muang)

Khiao-Sa-Woey Green Mango (มะม่วงเขียวเสวย) =35 baht/set

Sweet and Salty Mango Dipping Sauce (Nampla Whan : น้ำปลาหวาน) = 20 baht

 Khiao-Sa-Woey Green Mango and Dipping Sauce

Huge Pomelo = 180 baht/piece

Huge Pomelo                                          

Coconut = 30 baht/piece


Roasted Coconut = 30 baht/piece

Roasted Coconut

Sugarcane, which is chewed by locals for getting out a sweet flavored juice of it


Passion Fruit = 80 baht /kg

Passion Fruit

Other delicacies you can try at Taling Chan Floating Market: