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Very small market and we only heard about them because one of the stall owners at the Sunday night market told us about them.
Just the usual market without the food. We found a man selling good quality watches and nothing else, we purchased a...More
we visited in december, it was very quiet.
If you are in the area, i would recommend a visit to this market, otherwise i would not make a special trip.
I found the prices very expensive, my suggestion is to half the asking price, and...More
Went here with a bunch of friends in the evening - there’s a strip of pop up shops selling items from candles to jewelry to clothing. Best to bargain when here and keep in mind they sell knock off on label brands. There are tons...More
If you are staying at Koh Samui for several days and you have an opportunity to choose either the Night market in Fisherman's Village or in Lamui, choose the first one. The food, supply and atmosphere in Lamui was so low compared to the much...More
We are here in May and there is not a lot of people in town.
The stall holders at the market though are not trying to help themselves in any way.
They generally seem uninterested and unwilling to barter much of a deal.
Being on a Sunday night (every week), its full of people and at times you don't get any place to walk also. For me the main aspect of this was to try out the local eats available with small vendors. Loved the Waffles & Sticky...More
This night market, opened on sundays at 5pm, is definitely a place to go. Around 2km or almost 1 mile long of little stands selling anything from delicious foods or toys, clothes, jewelry galore. Bargain if you can for the souvenirs, but really the highlight...More
Main area for local bars and Go Go bars. The night market has people selling souvenirs, clothes, electronics, etc. Please do bargain else one may get ripped. Worth a visit. Close by there are many massage parlors (professional) and eating joints, bars, etc. to hang...More