Taking up with others along the roadside you will find yourself with locals and other tourists like you who are ready to give. Keep to wearing modest clothing. You should make sure your legs, chest, and shoulders are covered. Each monk will be carrying an alms bowl and it is Buddhist tradition to place fresh food into them. Rice, a staple of Thailand is the standard food to give them. You can also buy local fruit, milk, juice, and even fish as a gift. Monks typically only have two meals a day.
Offering to the Buddhist Monks
It is customary to gift these foods to the Buddhist monks while crouched or in a kneeling position. Keep your heard lowered as you present them the food. Once the procession has been completed the monks return to their monastery and the food they have received among each other.