Banzaan Food Market, Patong Beach – Phuket Markets – Fresh Phuket seafood – Thai food market

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Patong Beach Travel Video – This is a tour of the Banzaan Food Market located in Patong Beach, Phuket. The Banzaan Food Market, or Banzaan Fresh Market as it is actually called, is easy to find as it is located opposite three large landmarks (buildings) on Road 4055 (Google Maps) namely, the back entrance to the Jungceylon Shopping Mall, the Bangla Boxing Stadium and the Tiger Complex where it is difficult not to miss seeing the signature tigers all over the building. The Banzaan Food Market is by day a Fresh Food Market selling vegetables, fruit, pork, beef, poultry, dried foods and seafood such as salt water fish, freshwater fish, shellfish, crabs, prawns and did we forget to mention eels and frogs… This food market opens it´s doors at 07:00 a.m. and closes again at 17:00 (everybody is welcome). This Market is such an amazing experience to visit but very few European tourists visiting Phuket seem to have discovered this very clean fresh food market, which is very popular with the Asian tourists. The Banzaar Market has two floors, the ground floor where the fruit, vegetables, seafood, poultry, beef and pork are sold and the the first floor where there are some clothing vendors and the very larger food court where you can bring your purchased foods and have them cooked to your fancy at an agreed price, like a Thai Street Food Market, only you are the one bringing the very fresh ingredients from the market. Whether you are living in Patong Beach, or Kata Beach, Karon Beach or Kammala Beach the Banzaar Food Market is easily accessible for a fantastic day trip. If you are coming from Kata, Karon or Kammala Beach a taxi or tuktuk ride will bring you to the main entrance of this fresh food market for a reasonable pre-negotiated price.

During the evening the area around the Banzaan Fresh Market becomes a Thai Street Food Market from where you can buy all sorts of freshly made international and Thai Foods.

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Wiki writes about Patong Beach, Phuket, “Patong (Thai: ป่าตอง; rtgs: Pa Tong) refers to the beach and town on Phuket’s west coast. It is the main tourist resort on the island of Phuket, and is the center of Phuket’s nightlife and shopping. The beach became popular with Western tourists, especially Europeans, in the late 1980s. Numerous hotels are located there and the area has expanded into a tourist Mecca…”

Wiki writes about Phuket, Thailand, “Phuket is a city in south-east Phuket Island, Thailand. It is the capital of Phuket Province. As of 2007 the city had a population of 75,573. It covers the subdistricts Talat Yai and Talat Nuea of Mueang Phuket district…”

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Frank Steevensz says:

Thanks for the update. I have been many times to Bangkok, all though it was probably 15 yers ago, but i never went to puket or pattaya

Rohit Agarwal says:

Thank u you do the same

Rohit Agarwal says:

Thank u so much for ur help that was really nice of u god bless

Frank Steevensz says:

Dear sir, at the beginning of the video i saw a fleeting glimps of a hanging strand of petai (stink beans) at a vegetable stand. many years ago i did not see it in markets in bangkok. is it now common in thailand.? i ask this because i was born in Indonesia where the petai is highly prized

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sactownism says:

Amazing video!!! I am going to Patong this November for 2 weeks and will definitely check out that market. I hope they are open when I'm there because I hear that it might rain half of November.

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Dominica Wbu says:

How will I know if a fruit or vegetable is valued at per kilo or per piece? Like I've seen so many different signs saying different things in thai so please help.

Adrian Morton says:

I know this market very well. I use to eat here every night. It's so fresh and tasty and so cheap. I'm going back in October for another visit. Thanks for the memories!

TheHDAviation says:

Looks like quite the amazing market to check out with a staggering selection of fresh fruits, veggies and fish products as well as cooled snacks. I really need to take a trip to Asia some day!

Carsten Travels says:

This is a fantastic tour through that market. Impressive variety of food. I enjoyed watching, well done!

RJnSD says:

Amazing journey through the Banzaan Market. Truly enjoyed this video. Thanks Maxi and Maro!

Jonathan Winton says:

Thats an awesome selection of fresh vegetables as well as cooked dishes that are readily available. Thanks for sharing this insight with us mate. Liked.

99carnot says:

Amazing variety. The vendors looked very friendly. Excellent information also. Liked and have a good weekend!

FlyCruise Singapore says:

Well documented food market! I have plans to visit Thailand hopefully by this year =)

Heathrow Flyer says:

Nice Video, this is something I love in Asia:)) Liked!!!

Heathrow Aviation says:

Excellent footage as always, your travels are always so well documented! Liked and have a great weekend 😀

Niilo Raappana says:

Interesting video! Thumbs up!

William B161 says:

Awesome video

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