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We had expected more selection but drizzle started before most of the stalls were opened.
From the initial selection from what we gathered, they were pretty ordinary, mainly clothes which were very ordinary.
Not an attraction as we would have hoped.
Left with disappointment.
Don't bother going there. Full of rubbish. Nothing worth buying. Lots of stalls sell second hand goods.
However, with the exception of weekend market in Chiang Rai and Luang Prabang, most night markets are full of cheap tat and fake goods.
They sold nothing of interest to a tourist. It was quiet... Few people were on the streets. Some of the items were second hand / pre-loved shoes and clothes. There was no street food... Rather dim...
Bottom line... Don't bother going. It was dissappointing.
This was a terrible night market. Phone stuff, fake shoes, make up and a few very poor quality clothes stalls.
The only benefit was that we ate a huge curry so was good to walk around and let our dinner go down! There is a...More