Asia is famous for its bustling, vibrant (and effortlessly Instagrammable!) night markets. From tasty street food to the lastest fashions, coolest gadgets and more, there's something to tease and tempt all your senses. Don't know where to start? We've got you covered - Here's our night-market bucket list
Rows upon rows of jade and antiquities, fortune tellers, electronics, trinkets and more overlap in Hong Kong's famous night market. Bright, busy and like nowhere else on earth, Temple Street is like stepping into live theatre performance, where characters and curiousities welcome you into whole new world
Head to the Rot Fai Market in Ratchada, Bangkok, and bring a big appetite—you’re going to need it! Grab yourself a bowl of chicken soup generously topped with chili falkes and coriander, or tuck into handmade khanom thuai, coconut milk custard. Yum! From everything till midnight, you'll find stalls packed with vintage collectibles, cheeky slogan tees and old-school decord, all within walking distance of Bangkok's MRT
With a history that stretches back to 1899, Shilin Night Market is as popular with locals as it is with tourists - so you know you're in for an authentic experience! Over 500 food vendors offer and incredible selection of signature dishes and creative sweet treats. Noodle soups, bubble teas, stinky tofu, oyster omeletters, peanut brittle - there's sommething for every taste so arrive hungry!
A trip to Goa is the perfect mix of beach life and nightlife. You’ll also find a shopping experience unlike any other at Ingo's Saturday Night Bazaar at Arpora: over 100 stalls hawking everything from jewellery to beach wear, from tranditional handicraft to delicious local snacks. Bargain-hunting is thirsty business, so be sure to stop by one of many cool and casual bars for a few drinks.