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Where to stay near Phuket Weekend Market

Exploring Phuket Weekend Market

This weekend market is known as 'Naka Market' to locals and is a place where you will find everything from secondhand goods, pirated items, live animals and of course great local food to sample.

Accommodation near Phuket Weekend Market

Huge resorts adorn the west coast of the island overlooking the beaches. On the other areas, there are many options available for tourists from beachside luxury and boutique hotels with their own pool, to hotels offering basic and moderate amenities. There are a few guesthouses and beach bungalows on the Island for a down-to-earth, chilled-out stay. Recommended accommodation include the Little Nyonya Hotel, Naka Residence and New Dara Boutique Hotel & Residence.

Sightseeing near Phuket Weekend Market

If you feel curious as to how wealthy families lived in Phuket, make a visit to Chinpracha House. This Sino-colonial mansion features vintage Italian floor tiles, some original furniture that was imported from Europe and China and even a large kitchen featuring old-style stoves, clay cooking pots, brass pans and kettles as well as kerosene lamps. You will also get to see the central feature of Sino-colonial architecture- the inner open courtyards, where most of the home's main activities took place. This beautiful mansion has been used as a location for many Thai and Western films.

Transportation near Phuket Weekend Market

Taxis are widespread across the island and offer the most convenient means of getting around, but visitors also have the option of hiring their own car and exploring the coastline. Motorbikes are available for rent from guesthouses and from local rental agencies. Locals get around using large minibuses on fixed routes.