Warorot Market has just about everything.
Locals come here to shop for food, clothing, flowers and the list goes on.
Many locals come here to buy food back home to cook.
There are also Thai snacks, spices and sauces here.
Tourists shouldn’t leave without getting some Cha Tra Mue Thai Tea Mix.
Thai snacks going at 3 for 100 baht!
Thai freshly steamed corn going at just 10 baht!
I tried the corn and it was the perfect snack to grab while exploring the market.
You can also get a coconut while walking around for only 40 baht.
There are many clothing shops at Warorot Market but do not expect to find any fast fashion designs here.
Parents often come here to buy school uniforms and supplies for their children.
Of course, there has to be an elephant pants store here. These are the comfiest pants you will ever find and I bought a pair of culottes here for 80 baht. I am loving it so much and I seriously regret not buying more because I have not been able to find the design anywhere else since then.
There is a stretch of the market by the road specializing in the sale of flowers.
You can find many pretty bouquets here.
They have simple ones too.
I thought this was really gorgeous and look at the price! Only 50 baht!
If you need the toilet, there is a place right across the stretch selling flowers where you can find clean toilets. Wawee Coffee, my life savior.
This cafe is the perfect place to have a rest, cool down and drink some coffee.
They also have outdoor seating with a gorgeous view of a lake and pretty trees.
After exploring the market, I recommend you try taking a trishaw to your next destination, ideally somewhere nearby.
You seldom find trishaws around anymore and even in Thailand, you usually only see Tuk Tuks. Before the time you only get to see trishaws is in a museum, I recommend you take the chance to experience this. I took a ride to the Art in Paradise 3D Illusion museum and it was 2 km away.