Make sure you take a weekend to go to the weekend market it's interesting hate your food don't taste the local delicacies want to eat from the street to the end of the street just enter the market a little disappointed, feeling and the domestic night market is no different, selling some clothes and shoes, fake skin care products and make-up but then turn around, wow, a lot of delicious Thai baht good. Drinking explosive juice, all kinds of salivating food Loving all kinds of sauces in Thailand Ouch Ouch
Before departure, a one-day tour was booked and the last stop was at the Phuket weekend market, which, as its name implies, was only open on weekends. This is similar to China's small commodity market, Thailand's typical characteristic market, in outdoor shelter stalls. Some of the goods sold are daily necessities, clothes, shoes, small merchandise souvenirs and so on. The other part is local delicacies. We naturally prefer delicious food, barbecue, fruit, hot fried, ice cream, everything, just hate that we don't have two stomachs. It's nice to have a chance to come here for dinner and shopping.~
A place worth visiting! Not only tourists but also many locals will visit. The whole street is not very long, but there will be live shows in three places. One of the B-Box performances attracts many visitors to stop and watch. After children put a little change in the box, there will be interaction, which is very interesting. The food is also very good, the variety is very rich, very local characteristics, and super cheap, but also very sanitary, originally worried about stomach trouble, the result is completely no problem. Another one needs to be praised. Probably there is a bathroom in the middle, and it's very clean. I think it's much better than some snack streets in China. I suggest you take out the weekend or Sunday night to go shopping.
From Patong to the weekend market, I called a Turkish bus to call 900 baht back and forth. It's convenient to meet at the appointed time when we get off. Pay when returned to the hotel. There's a lot of clothing here, but we're eating for it. I bought mango rice with 40 baht, and then every mango rice was more expensive than one, from 40 to 80, and the last 120 baht. Durian is very sweet, so big 500 baht, really delicious.
everything is cheap! the people are nice and kind. the local foods are definitely amazing
It should be called the Naka weekend night market. It's really busy. There are many rows of special snack stands. It's relaxing to eat while walking. Especially there's a pork bone soup noodle. It's delicious and can't stop! Usually it's said that it's not open. If you come on weekends, you can't miss it.