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Highly recommend getting in the back of a caged ute and heading down to the market on a Friday night! Walk along with a beer/cocktail and taste some unique Thai dishes, barter with the locals and enjoy the atmosphere. We even ate crickets!! Head down...More
Restaurants and massage places right on the beach were amazing especially the numerous seafood restaurants. Don’t miss the weekly markets. Beaches ok but our Bo Phut Resort pool was a huge magnet! This village comes alive after 5pm and you will feel as safe as...More
This place is unique as you find 200+ Restaurants of all kinds to choose from. If you are a gourmet, this is the ideal place for you. A permanent culinary temptation! Unfortunately, some Indian tailor shops will also try to sell you some of their...More
There are many restaurants with the view if you would like to have a romantic dinner.
I found that street food is a bit expensive and not delicious. Some visits for shopping but I don’t think this is a good place for it.
We decided to go there for dinner after having heard from a lot of people it’s a quite nice place. It is but do not expect something unique with fishermen, fresh food and so on. It’s just a place full of restaurants and small shops...More
Fishermans Village was the only market that I visited. It is a tourist night market not local. However local markets can be seen and visited in Nathan and I saw many along the roadside travelling from the South to... More
Fishermans Village was the only market that I visited. It is a tourist night market not local. However local markets can be seen and visited in Nathan and I saw many along the roadside travelling from the South to Nathan through the centre of the island. Mainly food and supplies for the locals.