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Many fresh seafood. They moved from and old bridge about 500 meters for renovation. More clean but the food prices are same the other maket it is not cheaper even they are close to the sea. I been here many time but I hate they...More
You can get the fresh seafood from this market at Angsila, there is lot lot lot of dry food such as squid that can buy back as souveniers. price are reasonable with the view of sea that can relax ur tired mind.
If you're looking to buy fresh seafood, there is not other better place than here, fresh and cheap buying in bulk to celebrate with your friends back at the villa or home at Chon buri.
Prawns, shellfish, jellyfish, squids, crabs and fishes, even dried items.
Ang Sila is one of the “attractions” featured on the photographic billboards arching the highways as you drive into Chonburi Province.
Its fame rests in its history as a stone mason community, and in particular the production of high quality mortars and pestles.
Just very interesting to see typical Thai fish market and find good restaurants for eating seafood and fish. Be careful on the road! When you stop on the mountain road with your car, a lot of monkeys disturbing you....
Amazing place with a very local feel. Not many tourists here (I didn`t see any). This visit was during the day and the market was not not so busy. Great time to explore and the sellers were very attentive, but not pushy.
A hugely busy market that was selling all sorts of seafood. It was too busy to stop and look even if you wanted to. Motorbikes were trying to push through, obviously locals with loads strapped to them. The whole area is fascinating and is visited...More