Kaeb Moo : Pork rinds are deep fried into crispy bits, simply artery-cloying and sinful. But care it later, a bit of the crispy pork rinds will cheer you up. This is the addictive snack and can be found in most of the stalls.
Make your way back to Warorot’s main second floor. Hidden behind the uniform shops on the western wall, you’ll see a small staircase that leads out into the open air. This is the bridge way and your connection to the Lamyai building, the second of Warorot’s undercover areas, which lies directly across the street.
Ton Lam Yai Market : market is famous for its flower market that is located along the Ping river towards Thapae Road opens 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The most scenic moment to take a visit over is during the evenings where one gets to see delivery of fresh blooming flowers from local farms.
Ton Lamyai’s market floor is comparable to Warorot’s, but with more aromatics on display, including dried shrimp. Here, you can buy hill tribe Arabica coffee and locally grown tea leaves by the bag. Another shop sells fantastic homewares and utensils, including quirky wooden teacups, and another woven rice baskets. The northern end of the floor breaks off into a wet market (which must back right onto the Ping River), and a food court.