The Krabi night markets come alive when the sun goes down. Food booths pop up at a few different places around town. You have the luxury to choose where you want to eat for the night.
I joined two British guys and a Korean girl and we headed out to see what was cooking. We visited three different night markets, and there were many rows of stalls with different types of seafood, meats, veggies and desserts. Some stalls sold snacks and finger foods. These were the best because then you could try a wide choice without being full. However, none of these night markets can compare the one on Gili Trawangan.
As we wandered around, we each picked up some nibbles along the way. At one night market, there was a section selling souvenirs and handicrafts. The Brits spent some time poking through the stalls for souvenirs to take home. I, of course, couldn’t fit anything in my bag. But, it was still fun watching the guys bargain with the locals.