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All reviews street food night market great market pad thai ribs stalls selling walking street great night great atmosphere for sale local food sushi fried insects spring rolls waffles empty stomach awesome food
We went to the night market. It is well worth the visit, if not for anything else, the experience.
You can get anything from coconut to crocodile meat. Vegetables and fruit. Make sure you go there hungry.
Only on Sunday nights with hundreds of little shops lining the streets. Range of products sold vary from wood crafts, clothes, toys and more. The food section is the best part. Grilled meats, pad thai noodles, juices, traditional Thai desserts and so much more.
During the day this is a quiet place but Sunday night market night it all comes alive after 5pm great little market and a whole other street with food mostly local food but you need to try different things
I had grasshopper for the first...More
You find most things here.
Some vendors are nice than others when it comes to price negotiations.
In the middle you also have a little bit of entertainment.
You also find 1 street with only food, so you can have “dinner or dessert “ at...More
A very large market with much of the usual market goods but the street filled with food vendors is exceptional.
Many different types of food, something for all tastes and very cheap.
There is a great little cocktail stall that can provide somewhere to sit...More
On Sunday in Lamai, there are pedestrian walking streets in the late afternoon. There are souvenirs and lots of food stalls. There are a lot of people and we sweat a lot. Memories to buy are not expensive but a lot of poor quality counterfeits....More
Go there empty stomach lots of food and drinks on offer but keep eye out for quality and hygiene as some stall owners don't pay attention to the swarming flies landing on the food.
Recommend the fried quail eggs, ho fun noodles, ribs and the...More