It’s but a small lane which opens up into a piazza. After the experience of the night market of Hanoi, this was, I thought, not even a baby market. And in the rainy season, quite a few stalls had not been set up, leaving large gaps in the precinct. As if someone had lost a few teeth. Its compactness was its strength though, and I could cover it twice over in no time and not get lost. There’s lots of food – I had one of the best shawarma I’ve eaten this side of the Persian Gulf. And only 50 Baht.
You will certainly buy things you don’t want or even need. Clothes, batik, footwear, paintings, coconut shell products, magnets, keychains, rings...
A roadside artist – live sketch in three minutes – and a street singer add to the fun.
Do go there.
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