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The street market wasn't on as it was not a Sunday (and possibly it was during low season). However, we went to the actual market instead, and it was a new experience for my kid. A lot to see, various foods, some strange foods etc.,...More
Quaint little market with lots of atmosphere held every Sunday between 3 & 7pm during the high season (Nov-May)
Situated about 20km north of Khao Lak which is about a 30 to 40 minute drive from there
Traditional type market selling some clothes and a...More
Drove to Takua Pa in early October to visit the market, unfortunately it wasn't on, perhaps it goes on hold on Sundays in wet season. Regardless, I had a brilliant day roaming the street of this picturesque and quirky old town where time stood still....More
This is a real Thai market (with a Chinese feel), you'll understand when you see the architecture and locals. It starts a 2pm, but this is too early people are still setting up. I think 4pm would be the ideal time. You need a pocket...More
We have visited Koh Kho Khao three years in a row and we always visit this bus station to have a taste of the local dishes that are truly made local style. Prices are very low in comparison to the beach resorts and they do...More
Sunday Market: Lovely place to visit. This place you will find lot of food, fruits, dessert.... so many delicious choices, from the starting of the walking street until the end.. Try every bites, you can get real experience of local food & dessert. The vendor...More
At this place you will find out all the local products, food, souvenir and the most value of visit is the life style of the Takuapa people, friendly nice and helpful. We are always feel welcome to any Sunday when we had visiting this place.
We had a fun day visiting this old town and their Sunday Market. Not much to the town, it had some historic old houses made of wood falling apart and a part of an ancient wall.
Now, the street market on Sundays is not to...More
Hey still worth a visit to look around this old city of Taku Pa, they have an old ancient wall still in tact!! The old city dates back to 1300 AD!!
Lots of great pictures taken of all the old architecture.
The market doesn't operate...More