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So many different stalls, some naff, some lovely, hand-carved soaps, Thai toiletries - snail hand cream!! Lots of clothing stalls, all probably fake but good fakes, please barter with the stall holders and don't be put off doing it! Great things to see ie the...More
What an amazing market! So many bargains. The stall holders are friendly and fun to barter with. Remember always be fair, this is how these lovely people make their living. Please be respectful. We heard a few people who who treated the stall holders badly....More
Went there looking for dinner but there were only a few food stalls - skewers/sausages, cold bbq meat, pad thai, fruit, fried insects, sushi, smoothies and doughnuts. Maybe about 15 small pop ups. The other stalls were clothing and trinket stalls aimed at tourists. We...More
Went there on a Tuesday. The ambience is great. Lots of stalls. Street food is available. Wear properly as the market is near the temle. No liquor is allowed inside. You will get lots of souvenirs. It's closed around 10 PM.
Lots of gifts, souvenirs and clothing. Great food if you need a quick bite, we had smoothies and hot donuts! If you buy mango at the fruit stall they’ll even peel and cut it up for you so it’s ready to eat! Lots to see...More
The market is held twice a week, Tuesday and Saturday evenings. Smaller than the weekend market at phuket old town, but still a wide variety of products for sale, from soaps to lamps, fake branded tshirts,, handbags etc. Bargaining with vendors is key. Simply spotting...More
We stayed in Karon for 2 weeks, and loved this market we went to twice! A great range of food stalls, clothing (local and rip off) sunglasses and souvenirs, plus lots of local massage oils and hand carved soaps.
Food was beautiful and cheap! If...More
The market seems to be getting larger every year. Or it could be that I travel at different times of the year.
Anyway, it is a sprawling mass of food and clothing stalls in the local temple grounds. Held on Tuesdays and Saturdays from about...More