Particularly if this is your first stop outside of Bangkok, don’t miss the Bang Ian Night Market, on its namesake street, with fresh produce and a wide selection of Thai-Muslim dishes. The market exudes a great local vibe and the dishes are authentic. The Floating Market is a giant tourist trap but is a surprisingly nice place to grab a snack, like homemade coconut ice cream that hits the spot on a hot day. The guesthouses along Naresuan Road serve decent Thai fare geared to foreigners, and this area also hosts a few open-air bars right on the street, a great place to meet, greet, eat, and party.
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