Local people offering their hard-worked wares. Don't bee too stingy on your negotiations... Give a little love. Great atmosphere.
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Great market with some different things to those in Thailand. Cheap prices and easy to barter. Creates a nice atmosphere in the town in the evening, but it's a shame it doesn't go on a little longer as it's basically a dinner time market with...More
At the night markets, there are many of souvernirs for sale are the same but there is some unusual gifts if you are looking for something to take home. Walk down one of the side streets and try the street food. Tasty dumplings , papaya...More
Came here on a Sunday evening at about 6.30pm where the stalls were getting busy. Most of the items sold included keychains, magnets, cloth type bags, thai-like designed clothing. Some stalls were selling coffee beans. I noticed that most of the sellers were selling very...More
Clean, well organised rows of merchants display their crafts and goods for sale. Plenty of street food from noodle to crepes to fruit juices adorn the place, and many upscale restaurants around as well. Probably the place where most tourist will visit most evenings.
The market stretches quite a bit, so it's a nice walk. Most stalls are selling the same things anyway. There is a food street on a lane at the start. Interesting, but I don't know if many tourists have a stomache that is brave enough....More