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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
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
This is a place where you'll be spoiled for choice. Plenty of food to eat and at affordable prices. Was there with my family of 6 and it might be wise to go early so that you can find a table for a big group....More
Sadly found this very late in our trip. Was different to other markets as stalls were quite individual and not selling the same fake stuff that you find in Patpong.
There was a power cut when we were there which made life hard when it...More
It was very great to visit and so many things to buy and look at but its very much crowded so it might be tiring if you go on a friday night since its too crowded but a must see place which made me feel...More
I think Ratchada Night market is a must see in Bangkok purely because it has everything you need for a fun, yet relaxed evening.
You can easily spend hours wondering around the stalls and bartering for items before heading to one of the many food...More
Definitely check this night market out - popular with the locals and only a few tourists. Some amazing fashion finds here including awesome statement t shirts. Lots of street food options to choose from too. Easily accessible using the metro. We went on a Buddhist...More
I am a fan of the roti that is made here in Thailand. It is something Thailand seems to have borrowed from India. I persuaded my wife to try the roti and she loved it. Do give it a try. The night market is at...More
It shows the spirit of street life of the city. Lots of street food, shops selling clothing and other items, bars with live music.
Clothing is not best quality ,but you can find something descent as well.
Try the ice cream ,it's made from scratch