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Markets in Bangkok

Markets in Bangkok are very popular amongst locals and tourists alike. Goods can be bought at astonishing prices and bargaining belongs to the daily norm.

Bare in mind, however, that nearly everything sold in markets, especially clothing articles, might not be authentic even if the owner claims otherwise.

The different items sold

Rarely will you find a market in Bangkok that only sells one type or genre of products. A flower market, for example, will have more than just plants and flowers. You will find yourself surrounded by everything imaginable at one convenient location.

Though the prices have become constant over the years, the principle of every market remains the same: bargain your price!

Chatuchak Weekend Market

Chatuchak Weekend Market in Bangkok

Chatuchak Weekend Market is not just the largest weekend market in Thailand, it’s the largest in the world. There are over 15,000 stalls of all sorts selling everything from clothes and artifacts to furniture and live animals, and much more. The JJ market, as it’s usually abbreviated from “Jatujak”, is …

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Asiatique Riverfront Night Market

Asiatique Riverfront Night Market

Asiatique – The Riverfront is the newest addition to the shopping districts of Bangkok. Having opened its doors in 2013, Asiatique soon gained popularity as the best open air shopping mall and night market in Bangkok. The Asiatique night market is located on the unused docks of the East Asiatic …

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Talad Rod Fai Night Market

Talad Rod Fai Night Market Bangkok

The name Talad Rot Fai market literally translates into “the train market”. The name is quite apt for this night market as it is located in and around an old train station which was abandoned a long time back. The Talad Rot Fai market is the one stop shop in …

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Chinatown – Yaowarat Road

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Patpong Night Market

Patpong Night Market

The Patpong Night Market and its red-light district is a must see for every visitor to Bangkok. Known as the Patpong Night Market, this is a very popular tourist destination since it sells different kinds of goods at cheap prices, apart from giving the tourists a sideshow of the red-light …

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Siam Square

Siam Square

A tourist who visits Bangkok with the purpose of shopping and shopping alone is quickly guided to Siam Square which is considered to be the shopping hub of the city for both tourists and locals. Shopping at Siam Square is sure to be a shopaholic’s fantasy come true. The entire …

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Pratunam Market

Pratunam Market Bangkok

Pratunam market is one of Bangkok’s biggest clothing markets in the very heart of Bangkok city. This market is mainly famous for its wide variety of clothes, fabrics, and ready-to wear fashion; and draws lot of tourist attraction for the low prices and the active atmosphere. Just next to the …

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Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

A trip to Bangkok is not complete without a visit to the famous Damnoen Saduak floating market which is counted as one of the major tourist attractions of the city. As the name suggests, the market is located along the banks of a major canal system which was constructed hundreds …

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Bo Bae Market

Bo Bae Market

Supposed to be the biggest retail and wholesale center in Bangkok for garments, dresses, jewelry and more, the Bo Bae market merits a visit solely on the basis of its mad frenzy and incredibly cheap prices. The Bo Bae market is a frenzy of activity and loud trading that will …

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Sampeng Market

Sampeng Market in Chinatown Bangkok

The Sampeng market, situated in the Chinatown area of Bangkok, belongs to one of the more traditional markets with an old world charm to it. There is a lot of color, hustle-bustle, and bargaining that takes place here. The causal atmosphere and wholesale price tags for most goods sold here …

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