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Good local market

The market is a quieter more locals market but still offers a wide variety of food, drinks... read more

Reviewed 20 June 2018
Newcastle, Australia
Great night and amazing food selection

Loved the Maenam walking street. Full of bustling market stalls and delicious food at a fraction... read more

Reviewed 9 May 2018
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Comparing to walking street in other places like Fisherman village. Mae Nam walking street is small, same products as in nearby shops for the same price. Sellers not willing to bargain. The Chinese Temple near is a beautiful place and adds up to the atmosphere...More

Thank drvenjessica
Reviewed 20 June 2018

The market is a quieter more locals market but still offers a wide variety of food, drinks, clothing and gift wear. Well worth a visit

Thank Likeatiger
Reviewed 9 May 2018

Loved the Maenam walking street. Full of bustling market stalls and delicious food at a fraction of cost of local restaurants. Great cheap cocktails too!

Thank Kazzpatty
Reviewed 3 May 2018 via mobile

Whilst holidaying with friends on Samui we visited the Maenam Walking market. A small friendly market held in the evenings, full of delicious street food and cheap cocktails! Great for picking up cheap interesting gifts to take home. Easy to get to on the cheap...More

1  Thank rosieaway2017
Reviewed 1 January 2018 via mobile

And we've been to some real stinkers over the last few weeks! This was different. On a Thursday night walking street transforms into a vibrant and colourful array of food and goods stalls. The food is offered in incredible variety, be sure to try the...More

Thank jamessL9853OO
Reviewed 22 December 2017

It sometimes hard to find a park but we always manage Lots of interesting stuff on offer and some reasonable restaurants in the area some with live music. Try the Thai jelly sweets, yummy, we personally don't eat from ANY street vendor as our rule...More

Thank TravelingWilburys11
Reviewed 12 August 2017 via mobile

i prefer maenam walking street markets to lamai or chaweng or even fishermans village, which is just overcrowded and selling exactly the same stuff as every market in Thailand... Maenam is a pleasant way to do samui markets... less people, pleasant and quieter area, and...More

Thank dwt991
Reviewed 17 June 2017 via mobile

A long stretch night market where you can haggle price and eat or drink cocktails at the same time. I only pity little kids in wagons because this is something they cannot enjoy. More for families with kids from 10 years old. My 12 and...More

Thank Sharon B
Reviewed 31 December 2016

We had a great evening walking around the market. Don't expect to find any rip off clothing, this is more local so lots of handy crafts and great good. The food was the winner here, lots of interesting foods at really cheap prices. The drinks...More

Thank nzwoodys
Reviewed 4 June 2016 via mobile

Great little market in Maenam for picking up souvenirs from your trips. Lots of street food and bars open to so plenty of places to stop and grab a bite along the way. Worth a visit :)

Thank Stephanie J
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