Walking on the OTOP market in Nan town


OTOP means "One Tambon, One Product" or a product from every district. And of course this huge old Dodge truck has nothing to do with OTOP, but is just used at the market to create an old fashioned atmosphere. This OTOP market is held once a month opposite the Wat Phumin. And indeed every district has 1 or 2 stands selling local made products like traditional cloths, rattan chairs, fruit or vegetables.






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