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Talat Nang Loeng Market

Step right up, ladies and gentlemen, and let me whisk you away to the remarkable world of Talat Nang Loeng!

Behold Thailand’s first land market, where history and flavors mingle like old friends.

This venerable institution has gracefully withstood the test of time for over a century.

Let me tell you, it’s not just any market!

It’s a culinary treasure chest, a veritable time machine to tantalize your taste buds.

Nestled on Nakhon Sawan Road in the Wat Sommanat Subdistrict, this market gem was born during King Chulalongkorn’s reign, making it a living legend in its own right.

For over 120 years, it’s been dishing out iconic savory delights and traditional desserts that even the royal court would bow down to.

Picture this: Nanta Thai is a famous dessert shop that offers authentic and tasty Thai desserts handed down through generations.

Then there’s the shop, Pa Hong Thai, with sweet creations that could charm even the most stoic monarchs.

And don’t even get me started on the savory sensations like Roong Rueang Noodles, famous for their impeccable noodles and soul-warming soup, and the Crab Noodles and Pork Ribs Noodles that have delighted palates for generations.

But wait, there’s more!

This place is so unique that it even fed the taste buds of none other than HM Queen Elizabeth II during her visit to Thailand.

They’ve also served dishes like Boonlert, a delight that honored the great King Bhumibol Adulyadej.

And if you’re into rare finds, you’ll discover hidden gems like Io Yentafo, the culinary treasures of Khao Kaeng Ratna, and a fish sausage that’s become nearly as elusive as Bigfoot.

While here, don’t miss out on the fascinating attractions that make this market even more enchanting. You’ve got Sala Chaloem Thani, also known as the Nang Loeng Cinema, a cinematic marvel that’s been enchanting audiences for over 90 years.

And let’s not forget the Prince of Chumphon Shrine

It is a sacred place of reverence for locals and market visitors alike.

If history tickles your fancy, you’re in luck! Nearby, you’ll find Wat Sunthon Thammathan, which houses the ashes of the legendary Mitr Chaibancha.

And if you’re feeling a little nostalgic, take a trip down memory lane at Nang Loeng Arts, the first photoshop in Siam where folks of that era loved to capture moments and create stone locket necklaces.

Now that you’ve tasted this extraordinary place, I implore you to join the adventure. Pack your bags, gather your friends, and head to Talat Nang Loeng.

Come for the food, stay for the history, and leave with memories that’ll last a lifetime. Your journey awaits – don’t miss it!

Talat Nang Loeng Market
LocationNakhon Sawan Road, Wat Sommanat Subdistrict
EstablishedMore than 120 years ago (during the reign of King Rama V)
SpecialtiesSavory dishes, traditional desserts, and royal court desserts
Notable Shops
  • Nanta Thai dessert shop
  • Pa Hong Thai dessert shop
  • Roong Rueang Noodles
  • Io Yentafo
  • Khao Kaeng Ratna
  • Crab Noodles and Pork Ribs Noodles
Historical Attractions
  • Sala Chaloem Thani (Nang Loeng Cinema, over 90 years old)
  • Prince of Chumphon Shrine
  • Wat Sunthon Thammathan (Mitr Chaibancha’s ashes)
  • Nang Loeng Arts (first photoshop in Siam)



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