We parked in a public lot for the day and walked toward the market. The neighborhood is full of stores selling every kind of merchandise and as we got closer it seemed more dense. Very dense marketplace consisting of stalls carrying every type of product and grocery from dried chilies and beans to just slaughtered chickens to shoes to live birds. We stopped at Taco Kanasin for people watching and good inexpensive tacos. It felt comfortable and safe but was crowded. If you find yourself claustrophobic in hot packed environments with narrow walkways, it won't be your favorite market experience. It's a nice example of the type of urban market one would want on a vacation from the US.
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