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Very nice Nightmarket in jomtien...Jomtien Beach road...
Not to big but enough for a nice walk around. They have different food also to buy there and tables around to sit and eat. Also few small restaurants there where you can have nice dinner or just...More
This place called “night market” was installed right next to a low rise condominium building called Panchalae. That building was considered a great investment being on the beach and offering a beautiful design specially the atrium inside the building. The night market brought noise, pollution...More
Loads to look at and plenty of choice for great food and shopping for very reasonably priced clothes etc. In fact you don't really need to bring many clothes with you as they are much cheaper to buy here
IF you're thinking about going to Jomtien night market don't use the toilets they are filthy most of the times no water no soap or toilet paper and they have the cheek to charge to use them, most thai go next to the blocks as...More
Jomtiem is a very busy beach area so it is no surprise to see so many people at this ‘buzzing’ market. It caters for all your needs with a good selection of cheapish fashion articles and a decent choice of food and drink. There is...More
This is a great night market with a good spread of stalls ranging from accessories to clothes, from street food to even some pet stalls.
There is liveliness every where and must visit if you are in Pattaya.
The things are great value for money...More
I've visited several night markets since arriving in Thailand including several in Chiang Mai. This market is very organised in comparison, with stalls arranged in set rows. The first two aisles (on the left) are packed with street food vendors selling a very eclectic mixture...More