This is the city’s largest wet market. The outer fringes of the market are pretty tame with humongous mangoes, buckets of chili dips, and spiky durian, but move inwards toward the meat section and things get bloody. For meat-eaters, it’s all part of the circle of life, but some may not enjoy the sights and smells of goats, ducks, frogs, and more on their way to the city’s restaurants. Almost every eatery buys something from this market, so it’s teaming with action—especially at odd hours when temperatures are cooler. If you’re squeamish or hungover, it might be best to give this one a pass.