Walking along Charoenraj road hopelessly trying to find the footbridge and feeling surprisingly hot and bothered; we felt super disorientated until we spotted a unique sign signalling tiddin. Intrigued by its quirky style, we investigated to discover the ultimate spot along the Ping river. The best kept hideout is full of converted pallets made into comfy chill outs, served by the friendliest staff and great food. A particular favourite was the deep fried shrimp cakes, and granted a little more than the average street food price, most definitely worth the splurge.
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