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1. Protein Market
This pavilion sits directly in front of the fresh market and sells various kinds of processed meats, poultry and seafood. Frozen products as well as fresh are available at this market. Both locally produced and imported goods are traded in this area.

2. Freshwater Fish Market
This area sells freshwater fish such as striped snakehead fish, catfish, and eel as well as small quantities of farm raised boar and venison meat. It   operates daily from 8:30 am to 9:00 pm

3. Mixed Fruit Market
This pavilion is a sister of the orange market and offers an undercover trading space.

4. Orange Market
This pavilion is the largest citrus market in Thailand.

5. Flower Market
This pavilion offers 5,600 square metres of undercover selling space and trades local and imported flowers, garland wreaths and various Buddhist religious artifacts.

6. Fish Market
​This market sells locally grown and caught freshwater fish. It operates between the hours of 1:00 pm to 8:00 pm.

7. Desserts and Dried Food Market
This market offers desserts and dried food from across Thailand.

8. Seafood Market
This is an area trading seafood – shrimp, crabs, fish etc.

9. Fresh Foods Market
This building offers trading space on 3 floors and sells a broad range of both retail and wholesale products. On the ground floor buyers can find fresh and dried products, general household groceries, fruits, meats, poultry and seafood. On the second floor buyers can find clothes, bags, shoes and electronic items.

10. Vegetable Ground Market
This is the single largest undercover trading area for vegetables in Thailand. Uniquely, farmers and vendors can drive vehicles through this building and unload product directly at the trading area. The vegetable ground operates 24 hours per day, 7 days a week.

11. Vegetable Market
This pavilion sells “long shelf life” vegetables such as chili, garlic, limes, pumpkins, gourd, tomatoes etc. In addition, this pavilion has an area   that sells high quality vegetables from cold climates.

12. Crops Ground Market
This area trades around 300 metric tonnes of farm crops daily, including corn, taro, sweet potato, beans and nuts from all over Thailand.

13. Watermelon Market
The watermelon market is a series of single-story buildings selling a variety of melons all year round. The melons are sourced from different regions in Thailand and are sold into all sectors of the Thai economy – wholesale markets, HORECA and the modern retail trade.

14. Rice Market
The rice market pavilion sells all varieties of locally grown rice and grains.

15. Groceries Market
This market sells general food merchandise and groceries in bulk volumes to the food service sector.

16. Miscellaneous Goods Market
This market sells products households require in their daily life including   kitchenware, glassware, stationary, plastic products, household accessories etc. The   market is open from 6am to 9pm daily.

17. Auto Accessories Market
This market supplies accessories and services for automobiles including alloy   installation, window tinting, supply and installation of audio systems, custom   flooring and lighting for cars etc. The market is open between 6am and 9pm daily.

18. Pets Market
This market sells various pets including cats, dogs, birds and fish and a full range of pet food and accessories.

19. Seasonal Fruit Ground Market
This is the largest individual market within Talaad Thai and is the largest and most important trading area for seasonal fruits in Thailand. The products traded in this area rotate throughout the year depending on the fruits that are ‘in season’. The products sold include mango, tamarind, marian plum, banana, pineapples, durian, rambutan, mangosteen, sugar apple, longan and pomelo.

20. Plant Market
Flowers, plants and all sorts of garden accessories are sold at this market. 

21. Coconut Market
This market is specific to selling coconuts. It sells both young and ripe coconuts and is located adjacent to the rice and watermelon markets.