Sampling Street Food in Bangkok

In three words, Bangkok street food is the cleanest, tastiest the cheapest. With one word, it is by far the BEST in the world! It’s the only city that I can think of where you can spend less than 10$ a day with food that never disappoint and always surprises you with its exceptional tang.

Food stalls like this can be found in every block, you will never get hungry in this city.
Thai style unagi is so fresh with steamed rice
Although the durian is not native to Thailand, the country is currently one of the major exporters in the world
The weekend market in Chatuchak is popular place to shop not only for wholesalers now also for tourists. Fruit stalls in this area are the freshest finds in whole Asia.

Mango and sticky rice in weekend market
Street vendors are well dressed.  Their prices are fixed for everyone.
Fresh fruit cuts in the street
You can choose portions and condiments that go along with fruit cuts
Bring your food into the park just next to the market
This salty sweet spicy dip is good for fresh mango cut
Forget KFC, try this fried chicken Thai style
Squash, taro and potato chips at weekend market
Thai soy chicken marinates and then cooks in a very garlicky, peppery soy-ginger marinade. Adding peanut butter to the aromatic brew completes the Thai influence.
Can't get enough of pad Thai, one of the best dishes in the world compiled by CNN go and I could not agree more. I can eat this everyday.
A meal same as this is only 1$, it's complete with rice and two to three Thai dishes.

There's no better way to learn how to cook Thai food than go to the streets and try them all. I am definitely coming back to properly learn in Blue Elephant cooking school and I can't wait.