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One of the largest and most atmospheric night markets in the city, Ratchada Night Bazaar makes a great alternative to boozy Bangkok nights. Arrive around midnight to see it in full swing, when it will be bustling with locals and full to bursting...more
next to Ratchada Criminal Court, Ratchadapisek Road, Bangkok, Thailand
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A great place to walk and eat. Not much variety compare to others places.
Full of food place but have to be careful on some of those seafood stall. I encounter 1 with their seafood stall and the food is overcook and not fresh which...More
Whether you love Food, Pubs or Shopping, you will find all these in this one place.
Opens from 5pm to 1am, nearest MRT station is the Thailand Cultural Centre stop.
Price is not expensive, in fact rather reasonable. It’s a food heaven as far as...More
A smaller scale of JJ market. Pricing is almost similar but not so much variety here. Food wise this is much better...there are rows and rows of stalls selling bbq meats, seafood, noodles, insects, sweets, etc etc. Then there are the chic restaurants and beer...More
A great place to spend the evening drinking and eating. Some cool restaurants and bars. Market stalls offer a good variety and so much better than Silom. They also do fried crickets if that's your thing - I just took a photo.
not too big scale like the first one at Srinakarin hence you can really cover all the stalls in one night. Up towards the back end of the market are a row of bars, with vans pumping out a mixture of Thai and western pop...More
Unfortunately, when we came here, so did the torrential rain, meaning we had to spend most of our time in a bar, of which there are plenty. You could easily spend the whole night here, drinking in its many bars and eating from its many...More
Since i came in weekday not in weekend it's quite difficult to get to see the famous weekend market Chatuchak in (Mochit BTS) and floating market. My friend suggesting me this place! I took BTS to Nana and change to MRT to Bangkok tradisional museum...More
Big night market just 1 minute from Thailand Cultural Centre MRT stop. Lots of food and shopping. It's really crowded...unfortunately it can't compare to Suan Lum night market in the older days. But for Instagram purposes do drop by...don't worry too much about transport...plenty to...More