The Temple Street Night Market is a big tourist attraction. Every day, starting around 3 PM, vendor set up their stalls. They pull out their carts from storage, assemble the stalls, and lay out their ware. Some time in the darkest hours at night, they disassemble the stalls, and store away their goods. Hours later, in mid-afternoon, they start again. It is a hard way to make a living.
There are actually two sections of the Night Market. The goods sold at the section south of Kansu Street tend to be more expensive. The stalls are more elaborate. The vendors also tend to be younger.
In the section north of Kansu Street, the good tend to be cheaper. The stalls are less elaborate - some are no more than just simple tables. The vendors also tend to be older. Even the Night Market is stratified.
Here are some photos of the vendors setting up their stalls on Temple Street on a recent Sunday afternoon. Can you tell whether they are in the north section? or the south section?