Fisherman’s Village Walking Street is an extremely lively and popular spot in Bophut held on every Friday of the week, from 5:00 a.m. to around midnight. It can be found along the main street of the Fisherman's Village in Bophut and is in close vicinity to several attractions in the area. A visit to the area will provide an excellent way to get some shopping done in Bophut, with numerous shops and stalls selling various items ranging from garments to accessories to local handcrafts and souvenirs. Travellers will also be given an excellent introduction to the street food of the area - with favourites being corn-on-the-cob, seafood omelettes and mango with sticky rice.
Every Friday from 5:00 a.m. – midnight.
Around 1 – 2 hours
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Senior Guests, Children
The souvenir shops and the street food
Muslim travellers who require prayer facilities at Fisherman’s Village Walking Street may visit the Masjid Nurulihsan - which is the only mosque in Ko Samui and the closest mosque to Bophut. It is located about 15-20 minutes away from Bophut and can be visited during prayer times. It is also possible for Muslim travellers to enquire for a private area around the Fisherman’s Village Walking Street to use during prayers.
Though food will be available in abundance at the Fisherman’s Village Walking Street, availability of Halal food may be limited. However, there are plenty of options that Muslim travellers could still opt for, including hot favourites such as corn-on-the-cob, seafood omelettes and mango with sticky rice. More food options will be available at the Halal restaurants in Bophut which serve an enticing range of Halal cuisine.