Just as others have said this is a fun night out and not to be missed as about five Streets are closed to traffic for the event. I would say arrive about 6.00 pm so it is easy to get around then. You may find it difficult to see the whole lot in one night so we are going back next weekend to find even more interesting items. Some of the local handcrafts are really quite good however there are lots of the same - wood work, clothing, bracelets, leather, materials, silk, toys, and art work. Enjoy the local musicians playing their instruments and support the vision impaired band by giving a donation.
Even the temple grounds are open with stalls selling a huge variety of food and cold drinks. We tried a "Pad Thai Omelette" which cost about $1.00 AUD so cheap eats are on offer if you are game. Should you get tired then you can sit down and have a foot or shoulder massage as they are everywhere. It is easy to get a red truck or tuk tuk home afterwards. A fun night!
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