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This is a very nice market. It's clean and frequented by many Thais and Burmese who use this border for heaps of border trading. It's clean and you can find decent food selection too. Price are very reasonable and most of the shopkeepers are very...More
I enjoyed the bike ride out more than I enjoyed seeing the same old, same old basic market stuff. That said there was one interesting shop with imported antique replicas from the Markets of Guangzhou and Krists from Indonesia, local military swords, cool to look...More
Went there by car from Ao Manao on Saturday morning. It was nothing special but being located next to Burma border you have a special feeling.
Shopkeepers were nice and friendly. Orchids were splendid and we enjoyed that part of the market the most.
The border is not yet open so pretty boring on that front. The market is average full of shops selling all the same stuff you seem to find at all the other border markets. Nice drive but that was about it.
I don't know if I'd plan a stop in Prachuap Khiri Khan for the sole purpose of visiting this market, however, I did find it interesting. You'll definitely see a lot of the same things that you will in a number of other Thai markets,...More
No worth the journey.
Arrived around 11am.
Had a bit of breakfast (rice omlete and a chicken fried rice) the omlete was passable. The rest not.
There is very little to see here. The furniture and crafts that were here could have been anywhere in...More
Now the border is officially opened for tourists and travellers. The market is expanding with new metal roof building . The hay roof building are put up away from the border point. However there are still loads of local stuff for shopping. It is 12...More
Its only takes about 45 minutes drive from Prachuap Khiri Khan and you will reached Dan Singkhon Market, located at the Khlong Wan, border of Thailand and Myanmar.
Lots of Burmese sell their products here buat the most popular is wooden furniture.
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Hi mspapie. Unfortunately there is no public transport out to the market at the Myanmar border as yet. I own a coffee shop at Prachuap Khiri Khan called Twiggs Bakery and Cafe. If you like to check out our website you will... More
Hi mspapie. Unfortunately there is no public transport out to the market at the Myanmar border as yet. I own a coffee shop at Prachuap Khiri Khan called Twiggs Bakery and Cafe. If you like to check out our website you will see our contact details there, send me a email and I would be very happy to run you out to the markets myself. My business is ranked number one here on TripAdvisor and it was TA who informed me of your question. It is only about a 20 minute drive from town.
My name is John (from Perth).
Look forward to hearing from you.