Pai Walking Street, Pai
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I don't understand all the positive reviews...this isn't even a walking street, there's mopeds and vans flying down it, which is dangerous and does not make for a relaxing stroll through the stalls. T... read more »
We didn't eat at a restaurant in the evening for our whole stay in Pai because the stalls here are so incredible for food!! Particularly would recommend the Indian stall (veg masala naan), the falafel... read more »
Great vibes, chill, relax, great stuff, cheap, affordable, and awesome street! It is a place that everyone has to come and walk around for sure so don't miss it!
Kim's Fried Chicken is the best fried chicken i've ever had in my life! I went back every night to eat it and tried my best get her to explain how I can make it. She is located right outside the in town 7-eleven at night time. The chicken is super flavorful as it has been marinated in lemongrass, garlic, chili, and ginger. The fry is crisp and flakey but super super super flavorful. It is an amazing dish I will never stop talking about.
It's actually one of the best walking streets I've experienced in Thailand, lots of local goodies, great food friendly vibes.
Pai's walking street has a little bit of everything and a ton of food. Whether you want dried squid, pancakes, chicken on a stick, Pad Thai, desserts, ninja paints or an elephant shirt walking street has you covered. Starting at about 5 p.m. and going until 10 p.m. the street is filled with people selling food, trinkets and clothing to tourists both foreign and domestic. The street isn't long and it is easy to spend a lot going from person to person but you are sure find something to buy or eat here. It is much busier during high season with more tourists but food and stuff being sold. Being able to go down walking street and get a turkish kabob or a crepe is great and makes me wish we had more things like this back in Canada.
Great street food, perhaps a little too touristy, but nice and small-towny. After a few days, you'll start recognizing people.
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