A Guide To Naka Weekend Market
Naka Weekend Market has so many great stalls, zones, bars and events to enjoy, but if you’re new to the Phuket Market scene, you might miss out on lots! There are a few things to remember when you come to Naka Weekend Market to ensure you get to experience as much as possible. Our guide to Naka Weekend Market will help you find all the great things to do.
Get There Early
Naka Weekend Market opens at 4pm and closes at 10pm on Saturday and Sunday, so make sure that you give yourself plenty of time to walk around the area and visit all the stalls. Theres plenty of food stalls and bars for you to take a break from walking around. You can also enjoy a tasty treat or cold beverage.
It’s Quite Normal To Haggle
You’ll find that in most markets around the globe, the art of haggling is a common practice, and Thailand is no different. There are plenty of ways to get yourself a great deal and a better price and it’s also a bit of fun to have that back and forth with the vendor. Just remember, a big smile goes a long way! See our How To Haggle blog here for more handy tips.
Try Something New
One of the best things about Naka Weekend Market is the amount of different food available. Some of it may look or smell different to what you’re used to, but you’re missing out on some truly delicious tastes of Thailand by not trying out a few things you’d either avoid or won’t have the opportunity to eat at home. A good example is the amazing seafood available. It’s fresh, tasty and at a great price too.
We look forward to seeing you at the Naka Weekend Market, Phuket.