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Nice friendly market, unfortunately was raining quite heavy at the time so we couldn’t get to all the outside vendors. Quite cheap, and also negotiable. Nice and clean variety of street food. Basic language of Thai will make life easier whilst shopping, nothing too extravagant...More
We live a couple of blocks from the market part of the year. Talat Indochine is oriented towards Thai first, Asians second, and Falang not at all, though it can be interesting for all. There are a few booths with souvenirs like you'd find in...More
A very nice location for a market along the Mekong River. Take a stroll the old ferry terminal to the temple and then back again in the market under the promenade.
Interesting things to buy and just to look at.
This is a nice little market with the Mekong river as a backdrop. Located on a nice street with pastel colored houses, well at least a few of them. Kitchen supplies, clothes and this and that for sale.
Most of what I saw here was typical of what I can find in markets all over Thailand, with a few exceptions. There were shops dealing mainly with tools, which you can find in Bangkok, but is less common up country. There was cookware that...More
Visited the market last Sunday. It is mainly undercover and easy to get around. There is a great to see and buy. The prices are very good. Lots of clothes etc but great local crafts and materials as well. It is well worth a visit...More
The markets are opposite the Mekong River so after shopping you can enjoy the views of the river. The markets are very repetitive stall after stall. You need to look closely at the quality as many of the clothing line is very thin thread count...More