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Hat Yai Floating Market, Hat Yai

(3.6/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
Located a convenient distance from the city center, the reasonably priced and wide array of Thai foods and clothing at Hat Yai Floating Market draw scores of locals and tourists daily. If you're hungry, grab a table and watch the world go by as you sample traditional dishes such as noodles, luk chup, quail eggs, and Thai salads. Browse the market's considerable stock of casual clothing such as T-shirts and tops to take advantage of good quality at affordable prices. Plan to see Hat Yai Floating Market and other attractions that appeal to you using our Hat Yai itinerary maker.
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  • 3 dishes tasty and 1Getränk - with tuk tuk 500 baht - every Friday - Saturday - son-day - really beautiful - a very unique scene from 3: 00 to 10: 00 with live music - there are temples in addition to-try them all really tasty
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  • Cool outdoor market, great food, live music, a lot of good food and great prices. Every friday, saturday and sunday from 1 pm to 8 pm. You can take a "tuk tuk" from anywhere. There is a Buddha templo ...  more »
  • + lots of local food varieties + must try the sticky mango rice and the kuey teow soup + 20 mins drive from Central Hatyai (Lee Garden). Tuk Tuk costs approx 400baht (return), you can inform driver to...  more »
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  • Like the concept of hawker sitting in the boat to sell their food. Very clean and lots of choices. The food were very tasty.
  • Nice place to hangout. Great food.
  • boring... nothing there... muddy road. rude sales people and dont even have boats. not as lively as Amphawa or Damnoensaduk floating market in Bangkok...
  • Tourist trap for sure, but food is cheap with wide selection. Easily accessible too. Go for it if you dont mind being a tourist trap
  • purely for tourism purpose - lively with live performance & DJ (in Thai only?), plenty of parking space, acceptable food, souvenir stalls but no proper public transportation (find your own way or drive/ride)