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Late night eats

Kanwal, Australia
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Late night eats

I am arriving in Patong probably around 10-1030pm after a long flight from Sydney. Will I still be able to find somewhere to have a late dinner? Thanks.

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1. Re: Late night eats

probably in the airport-- outside it depends on ur destination and how long it takes u to get there

theres food till about 0200 after midnight i would say

Kanwal, Australia
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2. Re: Late night eats

Thanks, hope to be at Hotel in Patong (opp hospital) by 1030

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3. Re: Late night eats

Hi I’m traveling on the same flight with Jetstar .

Eat before you get on a Jetstar flight food is terrible.

There should be something to eat in Patong .

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4. Re: Late night eats

"probably in the airport" - probably the poorest piece of advice I've ever read on this forum!

At 10:30 everywhere in Patong will still be open.

If you're a lot later, then head to Bangla - plenty of late night places in the side-streets.

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5. Re: Late night eats

Lots of bars and clubs stay open till 3-4 am in the morning in Patong. So, there will be places that will be open late night, into the wee morning hours.. along Ratuthit Road and up Soi Sansabai..

Edited: 14 June 2018, 01:27
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6. Re: Late night eats

Everything will still be open in Patong at that time don’t worry. You’ll have plenty to choose from.

Kanwal, Australia
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7. Re: Late night eats

Thanks all for the tips.

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"probably in the airport" - probably the poorest piece of advice I've ever read on this forum!

why?

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9. Re: Late night eats

"probably in the airport" - probably the poorest piece of advice I've ever read on this forum!

why?

It's pretty obvious - the OP is presumably flying from Australia for an exotic holiday in the Far East.and the poster suggests that he has his first meal in an airport?

And this apart from the fact that, as many have said, there are plenty of options at the OP's final destination.

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