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Bangkok Night Markets

8 Best Night Markets in Bangkok

    Bangkok night markets are always a must-see experience for visitors. When the sun sets, the city comes alive with bustling markets that offer a taste of local culture and fantastic street food.

    Tichuca Rooftop Bar Bangkok

    Tichuca Rooftop Bar in Bangkok

      Tichuca rooftop bar is the latest high-rise venue in Bangkok, and despite opening during the challenging time of Covid, it is a big success. The attractive and unusual design spreading over several floors is beautiful and is intensely shared on social media.

      RedSquare Rooftop Bar at Novotel Bangkok Sukhumvit 4

      RedSquare Rooftop Bar at the Popular Novotel Sukhumvit

        RedSquare rooftop bar is a small but attractive new terrace with a view on the 25th floor of the Novotel Bangkok Sukhumvit 4. The location is convenient, with impressive views of the Bangkok skyline, but most of all, it is affordable and easy to access.

        Chatuchak Market Bangkok

        Chatuchak Market Bangkok

          Chatuchak Market, one of Bangkok’s landmarks, is on almost every tourist list of Must-Do in Bangkok. Chatuchak is probably one of the largest markets in the world,

          Octave Rooftop Bar Bangkok at Marriott Hotel Sukhumvit

          Octave Rooftop Bar at Marriott Hotel Sukhumvit

            The Octave Rooftop Lounge and Bar is one of the most impressive in Bangkok by size. On three floors at the top of the Bangkok Marriott Hotel on Sukhumvit 57, Octave offers a full 360 view of the capital with a great perspective on the entire BTS track

            Bangkok Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew

            The Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew

              The Grand Palace of Bangkok, the Temple of the Emerald Buddha and Wat Phra Kaew (or Wat Pra Kaew) are, without a doubt, the most famous landmarks in Bangkok, often seen in many movies.

              Taling Chan Floating Market near Bangkok

              Taling Chan Floating Market Bangkok

                Taling Chan is a small and modest market just 14 kilometres outside Bangkok. Built on the riverside at the intersection of the river and the railway’s bridge, it used to feature more than a dozen boats used as floating kitchens to cook fish, meat skewers and prawns for the guests of their restaurants.