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How to take a trip to the Krabi Town Walking Street & Cost

The Krabi Town Walking Street is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. Here are a few steps you can take to plan your trip:

How to take a trip to the Krabi Town Walking Street & Cost
  1. Research the location and schedule of the Krabi Town Walking Street. The market is open every evening from around 5pm until late.
  2. Decide on how you would like to get there. The market is located in the town center and you can reach it by walking, taking a tuk-tuk or a songthaew from the town center, or by renting a bike or scooter if you prefer to travel independently.
  3. Prepare to bargain. The market features a wide variety of items for sale, including clothing, souvenirs, and local food. Prices are generally negotiable, so don’t be afraid to bargain.
  4. Bring some cash with you. Many vendors at the market may not accept credit cards or digital payments, so it’s best to bring some cash with you.
  5. Be mindful of your personal belongings. As with any busy market, it’s a good idea to keep an eye on your bags and wallets, and to be mindful of your surroundings.
  6. Explore the market and enjoy the atmosphere. There are many different vendors selling a wide variety of items, so take your time and explore the market. You’ll also find food stands and carts selling delicious local street food.
  7. After the visit, you may want to consider visiting other nearby attractions such as the Hat Noppharat Thara – Mu Koh Phi Phi National Park, the Wat Tham Sua (Tiger Cave Temple), or the Krabi National Park.
  8. Remember to take lots of photos and enjoy the experience!

Keep in mind that it’s best to check for the opening times

The cost of visiting the Krabi Town Walking Street will depend on a few factors, such as what you plan to purchase, transportation, and the food you eat. Here are a few things to consider when budgeting for your trip:

  1. Transportation: The cost of getting to the Walking Street will depend on how you choose to travel. If you take a tuk-tuk or songthaew from the town center, you can expect to pay around 50-100 THB ($1.5-3) per person. If you choose to rent a bike or scooter, you can expect to pay around 150-200 THB ($4.5-6) per day.
  2. Market purchases: The prices at the Walking Street are generally negotiable and will depend on the item and vendor. You can expect to pay anywhere from a few hundred baht to a few thousand baht for souvenirs, clothes, and other items.
  3. Food and drinks: The cost of food and drinks will depend on what you choose to eat and drink. Local street food can cost anywhere from 30-100 THB ($1-3) per dish, while drinks can cost around 20-50 THB ($0.5-1.5) per glass.
  4. Gratuity: Tipping is not mandatory but it is customary for good service.
  5. Keep in mind that these costs are approximate and can vary depending on the location, season, and personal preference. It’s best to check for updated information and budget accordingly.

It’s important to note that prices on the street market can vary widely, you can find souvenirs for a good price if you bargain, and the food can be a bit more expensive than street food elsewhere, but the atmosphere and the experience make it worth it.