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I’ve been all over Thailand and visited many night markets and walking streets. This is by far the best one I have visited so far.
First and foremost, it’s not shoulder to shoulder crowded. You can actually walk along looking at all of the stalls...More
We visited the Pai Walking Street every night of our trip to Pai. It was vibrant, there was a lot to see and do along the way and we managed to purchase all of our trinkets and souvenirs at really cheap prices (cheaper than Chiang...More
Pai has changed throughout the years: less authentic, more touristy. That's a bit of a shame, but that's how it works I guess.
The food is good and diverse and the people are really nice. Go check it out, but don't expect to much.
We ate like locals are waddled around the walking street, we got some great gifts and souvenirs whilst munching on pork skewers, coconut pancakes and well literally anything else we could cram in. Pick the busy stalls as the food is much better, my partner...More
When you are in Pai it ist a Must-Do to visit the Walking Street in the evening where they serve a lot of street food. You can just stroll around the street and you won`t come back hungry. We especially liked the Healthy Smoothie Bar,...More
Probably my favourite night market to date, better than the ones I’ve visited in Taiwan.
I think it has something for everyone - vegetarians and Muslims will have lots of options here!
The shopping options are also quite varied. It’s easy to spend and eat...More
This street has a great vibe and is a lovely way to spend an evening chomping down on different cuisines. My partner and I tried little dishes from multiple cuisines. Some great, some not so great- but that's part of the experience.
In my opinion...More
I really enjoyed wondering around the walking street. Even if some nights I didn’t buy any food from the stores, it has a nice vibe and it’s more relaxing and less crowded then other walking streets in bigger cities. Mainly they sell food and you...More