Paet Riew people are sad. Close the legend of “Nai Chan Nuad Khiao” of the 100-year Ban Mai Market.

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A parade of mourning closes the legend of “Nai Chan Nuad Khiao” who is the symbol of the 100-year Ban Mai Market, Chachoengsao Province.

It’s another sad news. For news of the death of Mr. Somwong or Mr. Chan Nuad Kiao, 67, who is considered another symbol of the 100-year Ban Mai Market, Ban Mai Subdistrict, Mueang District, Chachoengsao Province, after being found dead in a chair Near the pier, Ban Mai Market, 100 years ago, on May 27th.

by a Facebook user named Pun Audomchotiwuti Has posted a condolence message stating that “My condolences to the family of #Uncle Chan or Uncle Wong of 100 years Ban Mai Market #Pet Riew #Chachoengsao (Khun Somwong Chuensuan)

I’ve known my uncle for so long that I’m like an adult relative. and very much like father twins He knew him until the daughter’s generation, and he still knew his uncle all the time. Frightened, there was no Uncle Chan in this market anymore. May uncle rest in peace to the good landscape Rest in peace, Uncle Chan.

Lung Chan, who created the color of the new home market until it was the highlight of the city of Paed Riw. When going to the 100-year Ban Mai market, no one will ever see Uncle. to come out dressed as Old-fashioned warriors like Mr. Chan, the fangs of Bang Rachan villagers. Today, the sad news of Uncle Chan’s passing has closed the legend of Mr. Chan’s mustache fan of the new home market today.

Thank you for creating colors for the city of Paet Riw. Thank you for making smiles and happiness for all tourists. My condolences to the family of Uncle Somwong who came here. #Close the legend of Nai Chan Nuad Khiao, Ban Mai Market.

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The post had many netizens commenting. They came to pay their respects to Mr. Chan’s death. of the 100-year new home market, where both Thai and foreign tourists come to visit Always ask for a photo of the couple checking in.

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