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Reviewed 17 February 2018

Along the narrow road and other surrounding roads hundreds of visitors are mingling with locals, shop and restaurant owners creating crowded but attractive setting. Unlimited options for food and restaurants, local Thai food, Chinese foods & shops, sea foods, unique and specific foods, exotic fruits, stinky but delicious Durian fruit, you named it. In the mid of crowded people at narrow road, tuk-tuk and taxi are trying to going through. The feeling and the setting, something will leave memorable pictures for the visitors. Not too far from Hua Lampong train station (main and MRT).

Thank santo t
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Reviewed 17 February 2018 via mobile

Very nice restaurant here and lot of food stalls in a street , if you crowded place and amazing street food you must come .
We come in Chinese New Year is very busy with attraction , Barongsay and many attraction very good for tourist.

Thank Christvillas
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Reviewed 17 February 2018 via mobile

An easily accessible area by road or river. The hustle and bustle is infectious with, great opportunity for gold shopping, nice meals or, people watching.
Busy most of the time so, can be a jostle to walk down the paths but.. great fun.
Several intriguing sidestreets with, lots of exploring and things to see and do. Allow the best part of the day if you are in a shopping mode.

Thank WalkingPoint
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Reviewed 17 February 2018

It is is a great place if you want to have good sea food but it is crowded. there is always a lot going on here. but again great sea food like crabs, shrimp, shark fin,etc.

Thank Karlo V
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Reviewed 16 February 2018 via mobile

We went to this place just before the chinese new year and it was very crowded and we could barely walk amidst the jostling shoppers. We were rather disappointed as this was not what we had expected after visiting the same in Singapore. This was more of a food market where all kinds of chinese roots, seeds and dry fish was being sold. Most western tourists would be put off by the smells and sounds of the place. Can be safely avoided.

Thank Jas P
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