Rod Fai Night Market Bangkok

Rod Fai Night Market Bangkok

Bangkok Night Market [toc] Rod Fai Market Bangkok is a young fun place to explore from the end of the day until late at night. Like most of these eclectic flea markets, you probably won’t come to buy anything but somehow you hope something will strike you. It’s quite a large market, but unlike the colossal Chatuchak can be covered in less than two hours. As it gets really busy

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Asiatique the Riverfront – Bangkok Night Market

Asiatique the Riverfront Bangkok

Asiatique the Riverfront [toc] Asiatique the Riverfront is a gigantic night market close to the centre of Bangkok. This shopping & entertainment paradise is divided into four distinct zones and the theme is all about the past of Bangkok as a trading harbour. In the 19th century and under the reign of King Rama V, 'Port of East Asiatic' was the first pier of Thailand where people could trade with

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Rod Fai Night Market Bangkok

Rod Fai Night Market Bangkok

Srinakarin Vintage Market [toc] Rod Fai Night Market (Srinakarin Train Market) is an immense playground for teenagers on weekend, Rod Fai market means train market as it used to be on some abandoned train track, taking advantage of old abandoned brick buildings. It’s also important to know that there are two Rod Fai Markets: Srinakarin Train Market (behind Seacon Square) and Ratchada Night market (Behind Esplanade Mall). While they seem

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Chatuchak Weekend Market Bangkok

Chatuchak Market Bangkok

What to buy at Chatuchak Market? [toc] Chatuchak Weekend Market, one of Bangkok's landmarks, is on almost every tourist list of Must-Do in Bangkok. This is probably one of the largest markets in the worlds, a supposedly organized maze covering 27 acres, containing around 15,000 shops... it is simply humongous, monumental, gargantuan... but ultimately, it's fun. On your first visit, you probably will have no idea what you are about

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Klong Suan Roi Pee Market (Klong Suan Market)

Klong Suan Roi Pee Market

Klong Suan Market [toc] Klong Suan 100 Year Market or Klong Suan Roi Pee Market has gained well-deserved fame for keeping what many many other floating markets have lost to mass-tourism: its authenticity. Despite being quite crowded on weekends, the market has retained the charm of a bygone era, and even though the first signs of change start to emerge, each shop still seems to be frozen in time. It

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