More than 180 street vendors set to join the Pattaya Walk and Eat festival from December 10th to January 29th

Pattaya —

  The upcoming Pattaya Walk and Eat festival will surely be buzzing as more than 180 street food vendors, especially those selling seafood, are set to be at the festival, said Pattaya mayor Poramase Ngampiches on December 1st, 2022.

The festival under a street market theme is aimed at helping local sellers at the Naklua fish market in Old Town Naklua to make extra bucks after things got toned down for years during the pandemic. The fest was organized in cooperation with the Lan Pho, Old Naklua Market, Praisanee, and Chong Lom communities. 

According to the mayor, there will be no less than 180 street vendors focusing on fresh seafood to choose from as well as concerts, cultural events, activities for kids, and plenty of performances. 

However, due to limited space, the main stage for performances will be moved to the Saphan Yawn bridge. Numerous spectators are expected to be there to watch students’ performances and concerts every weekend from December 10th to January 29th. 

The Walk and Eat festival is open for visitors from 4 PM to 10 PM. Free parking is offered at the Amorn Nakorn market and the Sawang Boriboon rescuer foundation. For more pictures, click here!

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