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great location 15 min by baht bus to the front from pattaya
wander around get your fresh( still alive) seafood ranging fro lobster to shellfish
Take to one of the outdoor cooking areas, hire a mat and get a icy cold beer while your purchase...More
If you want to buy fresh fish, lobster or giant prawns, this is the place to shop.
Even if you have nowhere to cook for your self it's still the place to visit as you can buy everything cooked and either eat it there or...More
We ride from Walking Street to Naklua Fish Market by motorbike and it takes approximately 30 minutes trip, quite far actually but thanks to Waze for the help. We're so excited when finally get there because there's a lot of super fresh fish, clamp, squid,...More
a must go for those visiting Pattaya! local seafood market with endless variety of live/fresh seafood. appropriate footwear is essential (think waterproof slippers/crocs that you would wear when visiting wet market). we spent 30 mins buying our seafood and headed to one of the many...More
If you plan to come here and walk through the seafood market, waterproof rain boots are recommended as your shoes will be soaked in fish guts and sea water. Prepare for guys with delivery carts to push you with their carts when they want to...More
This a wet seafood market located north of Pattaya easily reached via the Naklua baht buses once picked up anywhere north of the dolphin roundabout. The aisle ways are very narrow and difficult to navigate during peak hours due to the volume of people. Don’t...More
This fish market was very busy the day we went, very hard to get a park. The market like many we have been in Thailand, full of local fish and fish products, both alive and dead. There were plenty of shell fish, lobsters, prawns and...More
Busy fish market in Naklua. Catch a baht bus at dolphin roundabout about 5 minutes up Naklua road.
It's a decent sized wet fish market with everything you'd expect and some stuff you wouldn't! A lot of the fish are alive do you cannot get...More