Sri Prachan Market - Suphan Buri

Originally a settlement on the bank of the Suphanburi river, the market serves as the transportation and commerce hub. This location being midway between Sam Chuk market to the north and Pho Phraya to the south, it welcomed a lot of trades and grew quickly. It expanded from a simple docking area to wooden shophouse rows, called “Rong Yao Market”. Later, a local nobleman had offered his land, and this became what is the district of Sri Prachan today. With it arose Wat Yang fresh market. In 1953, another market was constructed, adding to the whole ensemble of Sri Prachan market. The market still remains mostly in its original condition, and the local life and food have changed very insignificantly.
The Tasting List: On the row running along the river, at the far corner you will find a place selling delicious pork wonton noodle soup. The noodles is homemade, and the pork is cooked according to the classic recipe. Service can be slow, but every drop of the soup is totally worth the wait.
Across is Pa Soi boathouse, formerly a beauty salon that has been in business since the government of Plaek Phibunsongkhram. Today, they boast their tasty stuffed chicken wings that is widely known across the province of Suphanburi.
To the side is a hit Thai rice-and-curry place that opens during weekdays.
At the centre of the market you will find Kow Leab traditional roll noodle soup — to be had with lacquered pork.
Take These With You:
Steamed bun, pastries from Pa Ngim Bakery that opens at midday, rolled coconut wafer, rolled coconut crepe etc. Chinese New Year comes with the seasonal steamed muffin.
Everyday from 8:00 am. - 17:00 pm.
Getting There:
By Car: From the city of Suphanburi, take Route 340 Suphanburi - Chai Nat. Keep straight for 20 kilometres and you will reach Sri Prachan historic market. Parking is available.
By Minibus: From the city of Suphanburi, take the unairconditioned minibus Route Suphanburi - Sri Prachan, which will take you directly to the market.

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