Phuket Indy Market on Dibuk Road in Phuket Town

Phuket Indy Market on Dibuk Road in Phuket Town
Phuket Indy Market on Dibuk Road in Phuket Town
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Phuket Indy Market

Phuket Indy Market is a fun, young and creative little corner in Phuket Town, located in Limelight Avenue, a small lane off Dibuk Road just next to the well known ‘Lemongrass Restaurant‘.

Phuket Indy Market is where youngsters display they creations to the public… of course it’s a lot more modest than what can be found on Chiang Mai markets or even the Phuket Weekend Market. It existed before the Phuket Sunday Walking Street and was the first time such a vibrant little market existed in Phuket. It has evolve a lot since the opening and even a shopping mall opened next to it.

Indy Market in Phuket Town

It’s also encouraging to see how the young generation of Phuket come out with their own creations and try make a bit of income. The streets is lined with new shops mostly dedicated to teens and young fashion mixed with few bars and restaurants such as the new ‘Eatz’, and a live band to add to the fun mood.

The Phuket Indy Market only opens Thursdays and Fridays from 4pm to 10.30pm, and this street suddenly becomes a very lively area of Phuket Town.

Indy Market

Located on what they called ‘Limelight Avenue’ off Dibuk road, it happens to be at walking distance from the famous Thalang Road, the heritage street of Phuket. A perfect afternoon in Town: Explore the streets of Old Phuket first and the now famous Sino-Portuguese architecture, see some museums, then dine at Raya House nearby or at the excellent One Chun Restaurant then end the day with some fun shopping at the Indy Market!

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Map of Phuket Indy Market

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Born in France a long long time ago, I started to travel the world in my 20s and never stopped until I finally settled in Thailand in 1994. Then for the past 22 years, my passion for photography and my natural curiosity has taken me to every corner of Thailand, jumping frequently between Bangkok and Phuket and basically everywhere I could go. I now manage 30 online travel guides in Asia and beyond, including Phuket.com, Bangkok.com and Bali-Indonesia.com