Ang Sila Fish Market

Ko Chang & Eastern Seaboard

Set on a pier in Ang Sila, 6km north of Bang Saen beach, this intriguing fish market presents the local catch, with prawns, mud crabs and Asian sea bass featuring heavily. There are stalls where you can try some fishy morsels, and an authentic atmosphere.

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