If your thinking of going to Thailand with a few friends then i suggest you visit soi 6, Pattaya.
You wont be disappointed,, he he...
Dress Code: Anything you like, but i suggest shorts and trainers and a thin t-shirt. Its very hot in Thailand night and day.
Great outdoor bar with lots of "beautiful" people. Terrific live music and delicious food. Very conformatable and becoming very popular. Soi 7 near University. Just ask, most people will know.
Dress Code: Just look good.
Hard to believe that there should be shops that actually only open when it gets dark, but so it is.
If you walk by in the morning, nothing is here but some empty stalls.
In the late afternoon the vendors arrive and begin to hang up and lay out the things they have to sell. They take it back down every morning and leave nothing there.
It really astounded me, because it was so much.
So many shops and shops. You can find everything you want and more, beginning from clothes to jewelry, to decorations, to ... I don´t know what.
Also it is quite huge. I think I only saw 2 streets, but there are many more. You can walk in and find side roads and shops in the houses...
Take care you don´t get into a buying frenzy - even if it is quite cheap (and don´t forget to haggle) ... remember the place in your luggage and the weight is limited.
Dress Code: Casual
There are several night markets and bazaars within the old Chiang Mai city with lots of cheap stuff.
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