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Laem Din Market

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Beersparky wrote a review Jan 2019
Vancouver, Canada12 contributions3 helpful votes
A little off the beaten path this is definitely a market for the locals. There is a variety of vegetables and meat for sale and the usual sarongs and knock off items close by. The food is authentic Thai- I usually try to find places like this to eat as you are supporting the locals and you will get a great meal for 1/3 to 1/2 the price you’d pay at your resort where the money is likely going to a foreign investor.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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j171618 wrote a review Sep 2018
Melbourne, Australia159 contributions17 helpful votes
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Come and experience this local market. If has all of the smells and sights you’d expect of a market that the locals use. As a tourist you probably won’t buy anything, apart from maybe some fruit or a hot Issan sausage, but this is a place you visit to experience Chewang as a local, not to shop. Come and walk around, you’ll love it.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Louis C wrote a review Jul 2018
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We ate at the restaurant in the corner which the red colour scheme. Our host was very nice and accommodating. The food was delicious, I had green curry with rice (not so spicy). The bill was really cheap to boot.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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maybs1960 wrote a review Jun 2018
Jervis Bay NSW21 contributions11 helpful votes
Great area to eat, walk around and choose your type of food in the centre of Chewang. Food is cheap and good, we ate here a couple of times and enjoyed it.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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sirlaszlo wrote a review Jan 2018
Melbourne, Australia81 contributions13 helpful votes
My wife and I visited this market to buy cloth and have a look around. To buy Thai cloth, trinkets, etc, it is definitely much cheaper than the various night markets and other places around Koh Samui. Also, it appears to be an authentic market where the locals shop for their supplies. It did not once occur to me to buy any food from any of the vendors, as it was too authentic for my liking, with the cleanliness not being of a standard I'd expect. However, to see a real market and spend an hour or two mingling with the locals, it is worth a visit, especially given its immediate proximity to the boxing stadium and walking street/food market in Chaweng
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Date of experience: January 2018
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