Right behind the Robinson Department store lies one of Phuket’s not so secret venues for all your street food cravings. The Phuket town Night market is the hub of street food in town. Attracting both tourist and locals alike this market is pretty much busy at all times.

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The markets are not too far away from most of the accommodation however it is also worth paying a trip if not. The market is famous for its large number of vendors selling food from varying backgrounds. Anyone visiting the market could find Thai , Muslim and Chinese food.

The market operations peak after 8pm when people returning from work make a quick stop or those going for night shifts stopping by to grab a snack. It is also a popular pit stop for those making their way home after a nightout.

When it comes to choice of food , or popular food to taste at the market it is really a choice of eye. The vendor with the most customer would suggest to do a certain type of dish right. Food is served in traditional steam baskets. The market also has some popular exotic beverages to offer to flush down all the food consumption.

Shehera Fioni is a travel writer who writes under the pen name Catalina Forbes. Her content is based on many thrilling escapades offered to travellers across the world.