Naklua’s Old Market neighborhood will host eight weekends of music, food and shopping during a “Walk & Eat” night market Dec. 2 to Jan. 20.
Tourism Authority of Thailand Pattaya office Director Athapol Vannakit announced the event Nov. 20. Co-sponsored by the Culture Ministry, the “Naklua Walk & Eat” market will offer booths selling locally made goods, fresh seafood and performances from bands and Pattaya students.
The market is one of many attempts by local and national government agencies to drive tourism in the bedroom community. TAT will launch a Facebook page for the event, allowing organizers and attendees to post pictures and stories.
Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome announces details of the Naklua Walk and Eat night market at City Hall.
Among the scheduled performers are the Jo Louis Puppet Theatre, Lamtad, Ee-swe Son, Mae Khwanjit Sripajan, and Ponglan. Also planned are a large-screen outdoor theater, food contest and country-music singing contest.
The night market will run 4-10 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday.