Thai desserts are well known for their taste sensations which are as impressive as their appearance. Their appealing looks reflects the nature of Thai people who are neat and me-ticulous.Thai desserts are also colourful,delicious and multifarious.
@ Warorot Market (street stall)
It looks like a tacos but it does not taste like it. This sweet dessert is made with coconut milk. It can be eat hot or cold.
@ Warorot Market (right hand-side building.
These pretty little desserts are shaped into mini Thai fruits and vegetables like mango, chili and mangosteen. It is made with steamed mung beans and the process is uncommonly labor-intensive.
Chao Kuai Nom Sot
@ Warorot Market (left hand side building)
Chao Kuai or grass jelly is commonly served in Thailand with ice and natural brown sugar. It can also be served with jackfruits and milk.
@ Warorot Market (left-hand side building)
A sweet concoction of mixed treats including tapioca balls, sweet potato chunks, corn, red beans, gelatin strips in different shape, size and color topped with coconut milk.
Mango Sticky Rice
@ Ratvithi Road (opposite Yuparaj School)
Sweet sticky rice with sweet yellow mango on top and covered in coconut cream syrup. It is one of the most famous desserts in Thailand.
Tup Tim Krob
@ Chang Moi Road (close to famous Pad Thai shop)
This dessert is made of water chestnuts dipped in red food coloring, then tossed in cassave flour which gives it a soft, chewy exterior. It is served in ice and coconut milk. The perfect dessert for a hot day!