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Nong Mon Market (Tarad Nong Mon)

Nong Mon Market

            Nong Mon Market is a souvenir market that has been known about for a long time if you have previously visited Bang Sean or Pattaya. Because Nong Mon Market is located on the roadside of Sukhumvit Road in Bang Saen, especially on the inbound road to Bangkok, parking is full of cars stopping to buy desserts as souvenirs, such as Khao Lam Nong Mon, Khanom Chak, Kalamae, palm juice, and other Thai desserts; lots of processed seafood, such as dried salted fish, dried fish, dried shrimp, dried squid, or shrimp paste; and also, loc Tourists frequently park, walk around, and carry a large number of bags back home. Nong Mon Market is currently less crowded than in the past, but it has not lost its historic status, particularly for its renown tasty Khao Lam Nong Mon. Tourists that stop to buy souvenirs all agree that the stores in Nong Mom Market sell items that are so similar that they cannot be identified, and this has been the case since the market’s inception. On the way, we’ll pass stores selling Khao Lam and Khanom Chak, both of which are guaranteed to be wonderful. Those who come here for the first time may be surprised, but those who know Nong Mon Market well will realize that selling comparable items is a prominent feature of Nong Mon Market. It is recommended that you taste and inspect the products before making a purchase. The fresh food market is located near the footbridge, where locals still gather to purchase famous foods such as Ho Mok and fresh fish.

Business hours: Every day from 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Address: Saen Suk Mueang Chon Buri Chon Buri 20000

Telephone No. 038 193 518

Website: https://www.facebook.com/nongmon2490/

Travel to the market

           This line will run from Nong Mon Market to Sriracha via Sukhumvit Road, going by Bang Phra, the Wachirawut Scout Camp entrance, Dara Samut School, and the Sriracha Police Station. as well as in front of Robinson Sriracha. Turn left onto Jerm Chom Phon Road before turning right onto Surasak 1 Road. Pass past the Sriracha Municipal Fresh Market, the Clock Tower Roundabout, and the Somdej Phra Boromratchathewi Na Sriracha Hospital. You might be able to get a car from the front of Somdej Phra Boromratchathewi Hospital on the way back. return to Nong Mon However, some cars may begin to queue up in front of Robinson Sriracha to pick up passengers. There will be a minibus running from after five o’clock to three and a half o’clock. (The time may not be precise.) It takes around 30 minutes and costs about 15 baht.

* If you get off the bus or van opposite Robinson Sriracha, you can wait for it there; do not cross to Robinson Sriracha.

            Travel from Bangkok: We advise you on the best method to get to the market. To begin, take the BTS sky train to Ekkamai Station (E7) and exit. The Ekkamai bus terminal will appear below the station. Second, there are many bus companies to choose from, we recommend Sriracha tour business, the ticket is not more than 150 Bath, please advise a ticket seller where your destination is: “Nong Mon or Tarad Nong Mon”. Finally, travelers must take note of the platform and seat number on the ticket they purchased. It will take approximately 2 – 3 hours, depending on traffic conditions. The bus station is open daily from 4:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. When you reach the market, you will notice it opposite your current location; take the overpass to visit the market.

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