Snacks You Should Try at Taling Chan Floating Market, Bangkok

During your holiday in Thailand, you will see many traditional Thai snacks being sold everywhere. Best places to try them are street markets or Floating Markets that are so popular with locals. If you are planning a trip to Taling Chan Floating Market in Bangkok, consider tasting as many of these traditional snacks as you can.

Sweet Pandan pudding topped with shredded coconut (Khanom Piek Poon : ขนมเปียกปูน) = 20 baht

Khanom Piek Poon

Thai dessert made of sugarcane, coconut milk, pounded unripe rice, popped rice, peanuts and sesame (Kanom Kra-Ya-Sart : ขนมกระยาสารท) = 40 baht/pack

Kanom Kra-Ya-Sart

Delicious crispy Thai pancakes (Khanom Buang : ขนมเบื้อง) = 25-30 baht/set

Khanom Buang

Deep fried dough balls with soybean filling (Kanom Kai Hong : ขนมไข่หงส์) = 20 baht

Kanom Kai Hong

Thai snack made of dry coconut, Thai herbs and sweet sauce (Miang Kham :เมี่ยงคำ) = 30 baht/set

Miang Kham

Black and White Sesame Roll (Khanom Kho Ped : ขนมคอเป็ด) = 20 baht/piece

Kanom Kho Ped

Shredded coconut and palm sugar mix covered with steamed flour and coconut cream mix and later wrapped in banana leaf (Khanom Sai Sai : ขนมใส่ไส้) = 20 baht/7 pcs

 Kanom Sai Sai

Crispy Rice Noodle (Kanom Mhee Krob : ขนมหมี่กรอบ) = 20 baht/bag, 35 baht/box

Kanom Mhee Krob

Vietnamese Savory Crepe (Kanom Bueng Yuan : ขนมเบื้องญวน) = 50 baht/piece

Kanom Bueng Yuan

Salad Roll = 50 baht/set

Salad Roll

Various Thai homemade sweets = 20 baht/box

Various Thai homemade sweets

Pandan Flavored Rice Flour Droplets in Sweetened Coconut Cream (Lod Chong : ขนมลอดช่อง) = 25 baht/glass

 Lod Chong

Thai Cookies made of tapioca, coconut milk and egg yolk (Kanom Phing : ขนมผิง)

Kanom Phing

Glutinous rice wrapped into triangle shape (Khaoyomnamwun : ข้่าวต้มน้ำวุ้น) = 20 baht/set


Minced fermented fish sausages (แหนมปลากรายทอด ) = 40 baht/set

Minced fermented fish sausages

Fried Chinese Chives Dumplings (Kanom Gui Chai : ขนมกุยช่าย) = 30 baht

Kanom Gui Chai

Other delicacies you can try at Taling Chan Floating Market: