Koh Samui attractions – Lamai Beach Sunday Market – Koh Samui Markets

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We are at the Lamai Beach Night Market held every Sunday at Lamai Beach, Koh Samui from 15:00 until 23:00. This Thai night market tour is part 2 of 2 of the Lamai Night markets we have filmed. Our first Lamai Sunday Night Market focused on the Thai street foods available to eat at this Koh Samui Market, see it here This Lamai Night Market video filmed on the same day focuses on the shopping part of the market and is a “no comments” walking tour through the market where viewers are presented with many of the products available for sale. If you prefer to see the many Thai Street Foods also available for sale at this market, then we suggest that you watch the first video.

The Lamai Beach Night Market is held every Sunday from 15:00 to 23:00 at Lamai Beach on the island of Koh, Samui, Thailand. If you are living at Lamai Beach you should be able to walk there or just take one of the local “Tuk Tuks”. If you are unsure of the location just follow the other tourists walking along the road in one direction or ask one of the local Thai´s who will quickly point you in the right direction.
If you are living at Chaweng Beach or Bophut Beach, the area where The Fishermans Village Night Market is held on Fridays, we suggest that you take a taxi or also a local “TukTuk” (Pickup) to Lamai Beach. Just tell the driver/s that you are going to the Lamai Beach Night Market. For tourists the taxi should cost 300 Baht from Chaweng Beach and Max 500 Baht from Bophut and the “TukTuk” price is around 100 Baht from Chaweng and you should be able to negotiate a similar price if you are coming from Bophut Beach. Don´t get to the Lamai Beach Night Market too late, as by the time we had finished filming around 21:00 and were ready to eat many of the delicious Thai Street Foods were already sold out or the vendors were packing up for the evening. Thai food and Thai Street Food lovers this is a night market not to be missed, be sure to visit this weekend market at least once when you are on holiday in Koh Samui, it is without any doubt one of Koh Samuis Top Attractions! Those of you interested in viewing the Thai Street Foods available at this Koh Samui Night Market can view our 40 minute video tour of the Lamai Night Market Thai street food section found here

Lamai Beach is Koh Samuis second largest tourist resort area second only to Chaweng Beach and is also the islands second largest beach, also only second to the very popular Chaweng Beach which lies north of Lamai Beach. Lamai Beach is one of Koh samuis best beaches so whether you choose to live in Lamai Beach or not, when you visit Thailand, a day trip or excursion to Lamai Beach and its town are a very worthwhile trip to make. Lamai Beach is easily accessible by motorcycle, TukTuk, taxi or rented car from Chaweng Beach, Bophut are many of the other smaller tourist areas close by on the island.

WikiTravel writes about Lamai Beach, “The southern third of the beach has the widest strip of sand, is the best for swimming, and has the most nearby eating and drinking and shopping options. To the north, the water doesn’t get deep enough for swimming until you’re quite some distance out, and the further north you go, the narrower and quieter the beach becomes, eventually becoming rocky towards the headland…”.

Wiki writes about Koh Samui, “Ko Samui (or Koh Samui, Thai: เกาะสมุย, Thai pronunciation: [kɔ̀ sàmūj]) is an island off the east coast of the Kra Isthmus, Thailand. Geographically in the Chumphon Archipelago, it is administratively part of Surat Thani Province. Ko Samui is Thailand’s second-largest island after Phuket, with an area of 228.7 km2, a population of over 63,000 and a hotel occupancy rate of 73% as the number of visitors increases.Abundant tourist resources, sandy beaches, coral reefs, and coconut trees are present on the island…”

All footage in this video at the Lamai Beach Sunday Night Market at Lamai Beach on the island of Koh Samui in Thailand.

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Japjot kang says:

i really enjoy watching your videos and your Thailand playlist is my personal favorite.I have visited Bangkok,Pattaya,Phuket,Chiang Mai and i love visiting Thailand.I am in love with the Koh Samui island just by watching your videos around the island.I am planing a trip to Koh Samui in june and looking to stay on the chaweng beach side so can you suggest me some must sees or must experience attractions,day trips or just give some tips for visiting the island.

mylosairplanefan says:

Very nice video again 🙂 Looks like a cool market, would definetely buy some things there :p Enjoyed the video!

Yannis Moutafis says:

Hi guys.It is always a pleasure watching your wonderful travelling videos.It is the best way for me to escape from the monotony of my daily routine.Thanks again for uploading another wonderful video like this.Cheers and have a nice weekend.

RJnSD says:

Hi Maxi and Maro! Great shopping experience. Thanks for sharing!

Eusepio1957 says:

💥 A beautiful colorful market, Thank you for the tour! 💥

Manchester Aviation says:

Great video, it looks like there is lots of choice!

William B161 says:

Amazing video

TheSellena says:

Wonderful work,
like and best wishes;-)

Ziauddin Khan says:

Hi M & M. Thanks for uploading this market tour video. Looks like a pleasant way to spend a lazy afternoon. That reminds me, I have to go out for some shopping 😁

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