Krabi Night Market Video Thailand

Night Market in Krabi

The Krabi night market in Thailand is one of the most visited places for travellers who head to this part of Southern Thailand.

Located in the heart of Krabi Town, this market is a wonderland for those wanting to experience the local Thai culture and lifestyle.

For your added information, the main town of Krabi and the beach area is about 20 minutes distance via car, so if you are staying in the Ao Nang area, you will either take a tuk-tuk or a local taxi to get here.

When you get to the night market in Krabi town, the first thing seen is overhead signage where the road is littered with hawker stalls on both ends. You need to walk through the arch to get into the core area of the Krabi night market.

As you can see from the videos provided below, this place is well worth the exploration if you love markets and local Thai food. Apart from the two, you can also get some souvenirs here. Note the market only opens on weekends.

Krabi Night Market Video

Krabi Night Market Food Stalls Video

One thing about this place is that the local Thai people here speak basic English. So you would have to figure out what they are trying to convey if you ask them technical questions. The most common questions would be 'What is that?' and 'How much?'.

A number of the stalls here have signs indicating the price in Thai Baht. The best time to visit this place is also at night when the place comes alive. You can also bargain here, but due to the popularity, you can get a little discount only.

This exciting night market is also known as the Krabi Walking Street, and if you are staying by the main Krabi beach area, I highly recommend you visit here.

Krabi Night Market Information

  • Opening Times: 5pm to 10pm - Friday, Saturday and Sunday only.
  • Best Time to Visit: Weekends, just before dinner.
  • Location of the Krabi Night Market: Maharat Soi 8, Behind the Vogue Department Store.
Getting to the Krabi night market via Songthaew (สองแถว) or van taxi is easy as they charge about 20-30 Baht per person from the Ao Nang area and the same fare back. You can easily spend an average of one to two hours here, which is more than enough.


You can also read my other articles on visiting Krabi, as I have done several related to ecotourism and tourism in general.

I visited this place in June 2010 on a familiarization trip with Tourism Thailand to explore Krabi and its surroundings.

One of the places was where I shot the Krabi night market video while exploring this interesting place. 

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