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Every Friday

Fisherman's Village

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Walking Street Market

Fisherman's Village comes alive on Friday evenings, when it hosts its weekly ‘walking street market'.

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Try every kind of food-on-a-stick imaginable washed down by the best mojitos at only 50-60B while being entertained at the stage area near the pier. Listen to Reggae bands, watch bartenders juggle bottles, fire shows or children performing traditional Thai dances or competing with hula hoops. Here locals mix with expats and tourists alike, enjoying the festive vibe, cheap food and drinks and free entertainment. Park in the Bophut school grounds across the road for 20 Baht.

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Last updated on 4th May, 2012.


Walking Street Market
Fisherman's Village

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