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More and more night bazaars are springing up around Bangkok as well as throughout Kingdom. They're fun to explore and usually offer delectable dishes to try as well as a great place to chill, people watch and be treated to entertainment.


Khao San Road


Bangkok



Khao San Road has long been known as the center of backpackers. The roughly one-kilometer-long strip is filled with counties budget guest houses and mid-range hotels, Internet cafes, swanky bars and clubs, restaurants, Thai massage shops travel agents, bookshops, market stalls tattoo shops and much, much more


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Even if Khao San is particularly popular among backpackers, but it’s also a great option for the Thai vendors. Every evening, al lot of Thai traders, independent designer, women and men alike thrive to this place and start selling their creatively hand-made products; such as, designed clothes, T-shirts, fashion accessories and handicrafts, making fun strolling down the street to shop for one-off items and gawk at interesting tourist characters. Plenty of travel guides, fiction, foreign magazines and newspapers can be found here. A few bars in there also become talk-town nocturnal haunts among Thai night-goers, young hipster, shakers and movers, students with artists in mind, including foreigners.


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In the late evening, this place gets a carnival kind of setting with music thumping. Khao San Road is also a great place for dining out with a raft of Thai cuisine that comes with comfortable and laidback atmosphere, vegetarian food at good prices, other fine-dining eateries, and Western junk food and upscale restaurants and bars, which are growingly surging in recent years. A trip to Khao San Road wouldn’t be complete without sampling the street vendors, specializing in gourmet international cuisine like pizza, sushi, falafel, seafood, fish and chips, and pasta, not to mention Phat Thai and Thai-style omelets. Meanwhile, nearby Phra Arthit Road is filled with arty restaurants.


Local Attractions

Since it’s located in the circle of the Old City (Rattanakosin), Khao San provides proximity to a myriad of classic and cultural attractions; such as, Phra Sumen fort and Sati Chaipakran Park on Phra Arthit Road. You can also walk on the waterfront boardwalk to get to the famous Royal Ground (Sanam Luang), the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaeo.

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Asiatique The Riverfront


Bangkok



Asiatique The Riverfront is bangkok’s first large-scale riverside community mall created to render the ultimate shopping experiences in the city with the Impressive moment of a night bazaar. This place is the cluster of a modern life style featuring shopping, dining, sightseeing, activities and events under one roof.


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The sense of joy and shopping spree starts from 5 p.m. until midnight, there are more than 1,500 boutiques selling ultimate souvenirs, fashionable clothe, textiles, accessories and home décor items. A section in the bazaar called “Charoen Krung District” is where you will find the majority of the small boutiques selling souvenirs, handicrafts, jewelry, and clothing. Furthermore, you find lots of fashion forwarded souvenirs, design-inspired items, furniture, home furnishings and other idea-oriented things in the “Factory District”.


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There are more than 40 restaurants under a huge repilca warehouse complex. There are plenty of international dining options, ranking from Japanese, to Italian, Korean, American, Thai, seafood, Chinese,etc, An upscale dining selection can be found in the Waterfront District, with smart Italian, Thai and seafood restaurants. The Town Square district highlights bars and outdoor space while some independent cafes are ubiquitously dotted.


Local Attractions

Enjoy Thai fighting in the modern age, don’t miss to book ticket for the exciting local culture “Muay Thai Live” to witness flying fists, gravity-defying kicks and superhuman acts of speed. Here is the chance to explore the roots of Thailand’s ancient martial art.Moreover, the joe Louis Puppet Theater is a traditional puppet performance, but with modern choreography, and it will take your mind on a wonderful mystic funny journey of ancient Thai characters.

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Pai Walking street


Mae Hong Son



Once in a life is about a new way of teaveling to destinations and staying there,and spending your holiday break in the mountainous Mae Hong Son province is a way to wards achieving such an unparalleled experience. The province’s Pai district is an attraction featuring a fascinating list of interesting activities, particularly when night falls, tourists should never miss to visit the Pai Walking Street as many discerning travelers have said the night atmosphere of Pai is cool. The Walking Street is decorated with hanging lamps to add color to the dark sky.


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The lively walking street market is another shopper’s paradise, offering a wide range of affordable souvenirs, unique handicrafts, lacquer ware and hand-made clothes direct from highland villages. You can also find a big selection of postcards, designed hand-woven scarves, including original artwork from top-grade artists gathering in this small town. The street vendors are spontaneous, cheerful and friendly to tourists. You can browse the shops at leisure as the majority of the vendors aren’t pushy, so you can examine any favorite goods at your own will.


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During the tourist season the walkway around the Jong Kham Lake becomes a lively night market spanning everything from food to handicrafts. There are many restaurants situated along the main road and the night market. Many street stalls selling tasty foods; such as; Khanom chin Nang Yong can also be found as many people have said the hot sesame rice cake “Khaw Puk Nga” from the oven has a considerably different taste from others. Moreover, there is a number of makeshift eateries and bistros selling local delights to grab for diner. Don’ts miss trying the tasty range grilled meats, Pai-style noodles and drinks.

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Tha Pae : Walking Street


Chiang Mai



Visiting Chiang Mai is not complete without experiencing the Tha Pae Walking Street, the iconic weekend market, the hightlight of your trip in Chiang Mai, where you can find an abundance of the art and craftsmanship of Northern Thailand along the length of Ratchadamnoen Road continuing on until Wat Phra Singh. Moreover, visitors are able to see genuine Thai style street entertainment by ardent artists of all descriptions, traditional musicians, Thai dancers, living statues, puppet shows and local folk bands, making the Tha pae Walking Street top of list for an unmissable experience of a lifetime.


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Starting from the Tha Pae Gate and running through the length of Ratchadamnoen Road, there is a brilliant array of idea-inspired products, authentic and original gifts for decorating your home; such as, Thai handicrafts, clothing, shoes, food, handmade soaps, dolls, pillowcases, art work and more. Not only is the Tha Pae Walking Street the place for shopping, but it’s also place for sitting back and relaxing as it’s teeming with coffee shops, side walk cafes, bars, restaurants, and of course beautiful Thai temples.


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The Chinese restaurants here are authentic, representing the different regions’ cuisine. The seafood is savory, and when night descends, the streets are a buffet of delicacies that should be tasted.


Local Attractions

Many foreigners visit or living in Chiang Mai enjoy spending their leisure time, shopping and eating out, the Tha Pae area provide travelers with an excellent selection at very good prices while the walking street market, which is the main tourist area featuring all kind of local events, can make you get a truly pleasurable experience of the local touch. There are many temples in the area, which you can visit and enjoy the charming night view. Temple in the area include Wat Oan Tao, Wat Chedi Luang, Wat Phra Singh, and more.

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Pattaya : Walking Street


Pattaya



From merely a sleepy town and roadside fishing village to be one of the country’s most visited beach resorts, Pattaya city has grown up seeing the smorgasbord of first-rate hotels and resortsm residential buildings, restaurants, and certainly night scenes as the result of a mass-market tourism campaign. Pattaya Walking Street has become the star attraction featuring all sorts of night haunts. Don’t forget to add a nightclub and bar tour to your list of things to do since the Pattaya Walking Street has been internationally known for its nightlife.


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The Pattaya Walking Street offers a ton of fun-filled choices for unforgettable entertainment in South Pattaya. Actually, you can sporadically visit pubs, bars, discotheques, transsexual cabarets, karaoke bars, go go bars as well as street-side and exotic restaurants lined up along Pattaya Beach Road, but the Walking street in South Pattaya is the most plagued with so many good venues to choose from for eating, drinking, dancing, and socializing throughout the street. The street is closed for pedestrians only after 6 p.m. The only real question for the party person is what kind of place do you want to go tonight?


Local Attractions

The renowned Pattaya Walking Street is comparably a huge party zone to satisfy the crowds with the densest concentration of open-air beer bars, Go-Go bars, massage parlors stretching from Beach Road of South Pattaya to the Bali-Hai Pier. There are also mini-shows on the streets every night. Aside from the famous neon-lit nocturnal arcade, the hill-top view point at Phra Tamnak Hill is a popular spot amongst tourists, especially at sunset and at night. It’s a romantic place overlooking the crescent and panoramic bay of Pattaya and the city from the highest hill, as many have said that viewing Pattaya during the evening is more popular than during the day time.

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Hua Hin : Night Market


Hua Hin



You can’t be forgiven for forgetting to include the Hua Hin Night Market into your trip to maximize a pleasurable honeymoon when it comes to traveling in Hua Hin. Situated in the Hua Hun centre between Phetchkasem Road and the railway line, the Hua Hin Night Market is typically the flea-market moment in an easy-going style and down-t-earth feeling with vendors trading clothing, fashion accessories, makeshift street food, plus a few unique gifts and handmande crafts. It is popular with both visitors and locals alike.


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Strolling down the Hua Hin Night Market, you will find countless outlets and stands selling delicious food, the sort of stuff you and savvy market goers can expect to see is jewelry, crafts, some Buddhist tokens, beachwear, funky lamps while women’s fashions in the form of dresses, skirts, shirts and handcrafted pieces can also be found.

Additionally, you can also enjoy shopping for art and hand-made handicraft at the Cicada Market, which highlights artistic creation for sell; such as, clothing, handmade bags, fashion accessories, souvenirs, crafts, used items and cards. Most of the vendors are young enthusiasts from art colleges, local vendors, or vendors from Bangkok and nearby.


Cicada Markett



Cicada Market is an arty open-air gateway established to connect artists, creators, designers, tourists, students with art in mind and the community through integrating culture and arts with lifestyles. Located just outside of the Hyatt Regency at the corner of the sasi Dinner Theater, it features an abundance of shopping outlets and eateries, as well as a venue for live performances and art exhibitions. Here, you will find a range of handmade decorative items, fashion clotes, collective secondhand items, and SME products with innovative ideas being displayed and sold in an open-style makeshift stall and shop.


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The Hua Hin Night Market is the best place for food and drink. It has a numerous selection of seafood restaurants lining along the road, drawing a lot of attention from visitors eager to experience the taste of Thainess. Food is freshly cooked and delightfully served to you within a matter of minutes as there are ranges of good seafood.


Local Attractions

Visitors to the Hua Hin Night Market should not forget to spare time for the Cicada Market for an enhanced pleasurable moments, Enjoy edutainment activities performed by bands, dance troupes, nightly show or theater groups, which will be regularly rotated to retain the intensity of the interest of the performance each day. The Cicada Market exudes a melody of living that all family members can share every moment together. There is no admission charge to the Cicada Market while performances or exhibitions taking place are also free of charge.

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Fisherman’s Village Walking Street


Ko Samui


With its great weather, fine food and world-renowned beaches, Ko Samui has continued to enter the sights of savvy and discerning travelers looking for beginning a long stay with a memorable experience. The Fisherman’s Village in the Bophut area is the ideal place for those wanting something different than the commonly ordinary night life in other areas. Bouphut and the fisherman’s Village is the home to a myriad selection of stylish and sophisticated bars, pubs, well-designed restaurant and boutiques. Particularly, if you are seeking for a nocturnal zone that is not too crowded or busy and noisy, this is our tip-off that the Fisherman’s Village is the place to be, particular on Friday evening, when it turn into very popular walking street.


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The Fisherman’s Village is reputed as the most elegant and well-preserved place on the island. It’s lined with old wooden Chinese shop-houses with a distinct Mediterranean feel. Every Friday evening, it comes alive with an array of street stalls selling a host of products from handicrafted souvenirs to accessories of all sorts, electrical goods, ceramic, jewelry, bags, T-shirts, and hand-carved soaps, attractive boutique aimed mostly mostly at female shoppers, traditional Thai timber ornaments, etc. You can stop for a rest at any of the stalls selling cocktails along the war or stop for a coffee or a beer break. Asian inspired lounge-type teahouses done with a colonial feel for tasty light meals are also available


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There are more than 40 restaurants under a huge replica warehouse complex. There are plenty of international dining options, ranking from Japanese, to Italian, Korean, American, Thai, Seafood, Chinese, etc. Upscale dining selection can be found in the Waterfront District, with smart Italian, Thai and seafood restaurants. The Town Square district highlights bars and an outdoor space while some independent cafes are ubiquitously dotted


Local Attractions

The Fisherman’s Village is the star attraction itself. It is the most desirable and admirable location to stay on Ko Samui; its charm and characteristics of each colonial-style and wooden Chinese shop house plays as the magnet to attract international visitors to witness the well preserved and the authenticity of the local identity and heritage, helping to create a core ingredient that the Fisherman’s Village and Bophut Beach is ever the great destination to enjoy a moment of life beside a whit soft sandy beach and turquoise blue water. Don’t miss seeing the extravagant local street performance on Friday night like musical bands, bartenders juggle bottle, dance, and flame show,for example

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Krabi Walking Street


Krabi



The tourism industry in Krabi has been heating up for a decade. The idea to promote new exciting destinations, including floating the idea to have a new night market and weekend walking street, is prominently becoming the central goal to attract both local and international travelers. Currently, if you are visiting Krabi at the weekend, you should consider paying a visit to the Krabi Town Walking Street, or Thanon Khon Dern into your itinerary for an amazing experience.


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The best way to enjoy a fascinating insight into the local culture and to sample local food is to visit night market and walking street. Krabi’s Thanon Khon Dern is a heaven for enthusiastic shoppers for designed handicrafts, jewelry and clothes while enjoying the street performance by school children and street artists. You will find lamps handmade from coconut shell, recycled bottles, Malay grazed sarong, colorful batik, toy, clothes, shoes, and local Thai good at reasonable prices. There are also many traders selling modern fashion and apparel more typical of other night markets. Bargaining is common.


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Open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 5 p.m. until 10 p.m. This is the best time in Krabi to explore and enjoy the sights and try delicious Thai and southern delicious that are scattered throughout the area. There are nearly 100 Thai food stalls and makeshift eateries selling mouthwatering dishes and other foods from various parts of Thailand; such as, Somtam served with rice noodles, spicy young bamboo boiled salad, and a choice of desserts in a lively atmosphere. Here you will find a huge variety of fresh fruits, vegetables and lots of authentic food stalls at very affordable local prices.

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Lat Yai : Phuket’s Sunday Walking Street


Phuket

No trip to Phuket, the Pearl of the Andaman, is complete without a visit to a nocturnal bazaar. The Lat Yai Street Night Market in Phuket Old Town is Where you can blissfully experience Phuket’s nocturnal energy as visitors, both foreign and local, flock to this one-of-a-kind market created to promote the island’s history and culture on Thalang Road.


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Open on Sunday only, the stretch of Thalang Road hosts many shops selling fabrics/tissues, interesting T-shirts, handbags, batik, handicrafts, knitted dolls, custom-made flip flops, fancy jewelry, hats, knickknacks as well as a beautiful choice of cool and reasonable items. The haggle-happy merchandise vendor stalls are all set amidst the endearing century old Sino-Portuguese architeactural elements from the intersection of Yaowarat Road to Thepkasatri Road. Moreover, what also makes a visitto The Lat Yai Street Night Market an enjoyable experience and a popular place to hang out on Sunday evening is the street entertainment, singers and busker, and living statue street artists while walking along the bazaar.


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The happy hour starts from around 4 p.m. until 10 p.m., the “Lat Yai” is glimmeringly teeming with a mix of Chinese migrants, Thai Muslims, and Indian shops. So, it’s nothing out of the ordinary to discover some typical Southern Thai culinary specialties as well as local handicraft and gift stalls. Don’t miss sitting back trying traditional barbecued squid, chicken and pork with fruit juices, ice-cream and Thai traditional sweets, including stalls selling horse-shoe crabs. You will also be amazed by the original tricycle “Tuk-Tuk” trading beef and chicken burgers along the walking street market. If you still have room, local Ho Mok Fish custard and popular Thai dishes like “Phat Thai” are also recommended.

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