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Phuket weekend market (locally known as Naka Market), located along Chao Fa West Road just outside Phuket Town not far from Central Festival, is a fascinating jumble of secondhand goods, curios, pirated items, live animals and a large amount of...more
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I took my 5-year old daughter here during low season (October) from 6 - 7.30pm.
The food section is extremely varied with a lot on offer (especially for meat eaters). We had a delicious chocolate and banana dosa, curly fried potato on a stick, coconut...More
Usual type of market found in Thailand. Opens around 4.00pm most days. You can find literally everything at bargain prices but please do spend a bit of time in the food area. Delicious food and genuine alcohol at bargain prices. Worth a visit.
Travelling from patong beach to NAKA market cost about 600 baht. Not cheap but it is worth it. Fully sheltered so dont have to worry about rain. It is similar to bangkok's "chatuchak" just that this has wider pathways and more airy, and not as...More
The place has a lot to offer. You will find anything there. Heaven for street food lovers. There are a countless number of local vendors selling local foods there. The great part of it is that price that you will find 20 Baht of your...More
This great market is a must see/do in Phuket. Keep in mind that it is an indoor market and with all the burning ovens and stoves, it easily gets much hotter and humid than it already is outside. There are various stalls and walking past...More
We visited the Naka Market on a Sunday evening. There was a huge variety of options. There were plenty of food stalls; clothing; bags; souvenirs; art work; jewellery; toys; pet goods; shoes, watches; sunglasses; everything! There are even a couple of bars to relax and...More
An average market. Just use it and nothing more. I think Patong Snipes open everyday beside a shopping centre is more exciting than Naka Market. If you are first time in Thailand is a good start. You can find a good food but the rest...More