Phuket Walking Street
Phuket Old Town is a historical sight of Phuket, on its way to UNESCO's list of world heritage. The best way to get acquainted with the cultural heritage is a stroll through the Walking Street. Here you can visit the Lard Yai night market. The night market is family oriented and it's actually not just a market but a kind of mini festival with street performers, as well as food, clothes and souvenirs. Here you can buy souvenirs, handicrafts, and Thai food. Open Sundays from 4 pm until 10 pm.
Phuket Indy Market
You will undoubtedly find the big commercial markets like Jungceylon yourself. For a more local experience try Phuket Indy Market in center of town. The market itself is small but cozy. Phuket Indy Market is very popular among the local youth. It is where they all meet, have fun, sell their own handmade goods or clothes, and listen to some live music. It is on Dibuk Road, and it is open every Thursday and Friday, from 4 pm to 22 pm.
Phuket Weekend Market
Phuket Weekend Market is the largest night market in Phuket. Here you can find anything from secondhand goods, deep fried insect, to live animals. There are lots of electronics, watches and accessories. Fake/not fake? Your guess. In a closed section of the market, there are secondhand clothes, shoes and similar. The food section, with lots of exotic local dishes, is at the entrance. The market is open Saturdays and Sundays, from 4 pm to 9 pm.
Phuket Town Fresh Market
Phuket Town Fresh Market on Ranong Road is a buzzling traditional Asian market. From the many stalls you can buy fruit, vegetables, flowers, traditional homeware, fishing traps, spices and pastes, dried fruits, fish, shellfish and eels, meats and chickens, sweets and delicacies. Open daily. Dont miss it.
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