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Grab some food, go to the temple, eat quietly and walk in the small shops,,, nice 60 min to spend.
Tip: you can eat quite a lot in 120 THB. Yet you need a place to sit... so go into the temple gardens!
The inviting food stalls at the entrance definitely bring you into the gates of the temple, the stalls are all very similar and the variety was average.
A good place to stroll and barter for a bit of evening entertainment .
We always go to Karon Temple market when we go to Patong. The market opens every Friday at about 4pm.We like it because it is well set out and tidy, easy to see what you what you want, especially shoes. The street food really good...More
Stall holders were overpriced (shops in the main street had identical items for less) and stall holders would not negotiate. I saw them be rude to customers who were trying to negotiate prices (I heard one person said they didn't want a product to which...More
We always make a point of visiting the temple market when in town but don’t really stay for that long. It’s not that there is a lots to see and do because there is but it does get very busy.
We found it it’s best...More
Having been to Temple market 3 times previously,took daughter and son in law,for first time,prices had gone up since last visit in July,but still good value for fakes.Plenty of food stalls,Many a good laugh..Only 5 mins from our hotel.
I would guess the market would be open on New Year’s Day. I don’t know for sure but would imagine the observance of the Asian new year would be a much more significant celebration for the locals and they rely on the trade... More
I would guess the market would be open on New Year’s Day. I don’t know for sure but would imagine the observance of the Asian new year would be a much more significant celebration for the locals and they rely on the trade from their stalls for their livelihood.