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Night market

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Suratrichard wrote a review Sep 2020
Surat Thani, Thailand1,013 contributions459 helpful votes
Bandon night market is situated not far from the river and about ten minutes walk from the night boats. It is not the collection of food and fruit stalls alongside the river or the other market by the river. It's a popular, crowded place with a whole variety of foods available with some food stalls offering sit down eating facilities. Some of the best street food around can be found here...superb Pad Thai from a stall opposite the Gold cafe. 40baht for a great plate of food! Near the pad Thai stall is Smile bakery which offers a great collection of bread products and sweet treats all at very reasonable prices. By the entrance to the temple, is a stall selling delicious patango. There are stalls selling all types of curry, fried insects and local foods. A word of warning is that one or two stalls won't sell one portion...you have to buy a minimum of two. There are fruit stalls but only buy from the ones showing prices particularly if you're not Thai and chose your own fruit otherwise you may end up buying fruit that's damaged. It's a great place to visit and buy a good meal cheaply. If you arrive by car,parking is available in the temple grounds for 10 baht. It's a busy market and like all busy places, there will probably be a few people not interested in buying food so don't splash the cash and best not to wear expensive jewelry. Keep passports( if you're a visitor to Thailand) out of sight.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Stian G wrote a review May 2020
Grua, Norway31 contributions2 helpful votes
Great variety of food for omnivors, vegetarian, and vegans. Prices are very low and food is really good. Highly recommend the fresh juices! Perfect evening location after shopping or as a quick stop before the night activities.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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derektrips wrote a review Feb 2020
Zhuhai, China510 contributions148 helpful votes
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Like many night markets there are many food stalls serving all kinds of local food. Plenty of things to eat and enjoy. Not too big but it offers a lot
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Amberscha wrote a review Feb 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia365 contributions19 helpful votes
Surat Thani night market is a must place to visit if you are at Surat Thani Town. We have been traveled numerous part of Thailand, hence Surat Thani night market were the best in term of the price wise. I notice that the food, and items offers there are quite cheap compare to other night market. I love the view of the market, the food is undeniably scrumptious and worth visit!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Suratrichard wrote a review Feb 2020
Surat Thani, Thailand1,013 contributions459 helpful votes
This market is not the one immediately by the river Tapi where the night boats to Samui, Phagnan and Tao sail from. To find this market - Bandon night market- you will need to head a little inland away from the river. Standing with your back to the river near the night boats, cross the road and go left past the Milano pizza place and stay on that side of the road. After a short distance, the road forks with the left fork carrying on alongside the river. Take the right fork and stay on the right hands side of the road. After a short while, you will see the entrance, on your right, to Bandon temple. Go through the car park and the night market will come into view. It gets very busy in the early evening and there are a large variety of food stalls to choose from. Some of the best Pad Thai around can be bought here for 40 baht but there are many other food stalls selling everything from assorted curries to fresh fruit. A word of warning, some of the stall as will charge foreigners more than the locals! Esprit this, it's a great place to visit and sample real Thai food at very reasonable prices. It doesn't matter if you don't speak Thai...just point! If you fancy trying some fried crickets and other insects, then they can be bought here. There are non food stalls as well but this market is renowned for the quality of the food. Like all markets, there will be some undesirable characters around so don't splash the cash or display a lot of gold. Mobile phones should be kept out of sight rather than sticking out of a back pocket. The last time we were at the market, a young Thai lady had her mobile taken from the back pocket of her jeans. Don't let this put you off though...it really is a great place to buy food.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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