Many products are still alive & kicking, they will kill & clean the fish for you then pack them in ice so you can take them home to cook.
Alive and Kicking
Here is my friend Pothole choosing dinner.
Clams, mussels and prawns.
A great choice at the Pattaya Fish Market.
These guys will cook for you
Choose you lunch and they will cook it for you.
Rather expensive as you can see.
How about a Baby shark?
They even look dangerous when they a small. 🙂
Fresh vegetables as well
A good selection at reasonable prices.
Cleaning the fish
Choose from the live tank and they will scale and clean them for you.
Anyone for catfish?
The variety is incredible, anything you desire is here.
Man at work
A very interesting place to spend an hour or so.
A mountain of mussels
Pattaya Fish Market
It real is worth a visit, get something cooked and eat in the adjacent park.
Adjacent to the market
Enjoy the view from the walkway beside the gulf.
Lamchabang port in the distance
Laem Chabang is a large commercial port with not much else in the area. The large cruise ships stop here and they can buy souvenirs and get a massage at the cruise terminal, there is also a shopping centre. Smaller ships may head up the Chao Phraya River and dock at Khlong Toei Port relatively close to Bangkok’s city centre.
High and dry at low tide at Pattaya Fish Market.
Low tide at Naklua
Those blocks of condos have all sprung up in the last 2 years. This view is from beside the fish market. Out of picture to the right is the Sanctuary of Truth.
Sanctuary of Truth
Sanctuary of Truth is a temple, an all-wood building filled with sculptures based on traditional Buddhist and Hindu motifs.
Sabai Wing Soi 1, 3 swimming pools and nice rooms, 100 meters from BigC, great value at only $23 usd per night as of August 15. I live in the high-rise in the background, Markland. For a great room rate book here.
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