Some of the wood carving is truly amazing and well worth seeing, even though the items are much too big and/or delicate to put in your case and take home.
Also worth looking at Noi's Place on the way into Baan Tawai for incredible metal sculptures.
There are smaller items too, and we thought the prices were good - best bargains here, as in the Sunday Market, seem to be where the prices are actually marked. Very little pestering by the shop-holders at Baan Tawai, so you can just say hello and look around.
There are really too many stalls and shops to walk around, we just walked until our feet were too hot to carry on!
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