What is it about night markets that draw travelers? Is it the vaguely threatening atmosphere? The dubious food choices and mystery bits and pieces boiling from corner to corner? The strange sounds people and machines make resembling the invasion of Normandy?
Really hard to tell, right? But in general, night markets are fun.
Come to think of it, this night market may even qualify as a poorly run and duct taped fair. But unlike the colorful, bright, and festive state fairs, my first impression of this one is almost seedy. Mysterious, creepy, like it has an evil clown CEO.
This night market failed so hard it won.