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Thailand's first trade in TOURIST MARKET style that brings life style to the desire of tourists from all over the world to visit in Thailand to combine the trade in the atmosphere of Thai civilization.
This market is located near a very busy intersection. I didn’t see many tourists. It’s a place for locals. There’s a shrine at one of the corners and the market sells cheap products mainly food and clothes. The place has seafood (raw fish, crabs, etc.)...More
Had dinner for 2 at Seafood Noi 1 we ordered,
steam cockles 100THB
Raw Oysters on ice with herbs 150THB
BBQ Squid 350THB
Steam flower crab 1/2 kg 2pcs 600
Drinks Coke 2 bottle
Ice 1 bucket.
Total Bill was 1340THB
Food was not too...More
If you can't sleep while on vacay in Bangkok, do drop by this place for the night view. See the locals hangout after work in a relaxed and casual setting. There's food, culture and lots of life, even though it may be 4am in the...More
Is a nice place to get some snacks but not dinner for 2 as we are small eater. The portion they offer are great for 4 at least but worth every penny.
We love the elder lady who sell bbq squid. We went back for...More
We visited this night market as it was close to our hotel. Some shops do not open so early and by the time we left at perhaps 8, some shops are only opening. There isn't much to buy but the fun was being in a...More
Just another street with food and clothes. Good for those who are active nightbirds cos this olace is open all night or at least until 4am.
So if you are bored, this is it.
Otherwise try The Street at Ratchada. 24hrs also.
The night market is located near to Huai Khwang MRT Station. Take exit 4, cross the “dangerous” traffic junction, walk pass Ganesh Temple and you will see the row of shops & road stalls along the main road.
The market itself is not the typical...More
How to get there: Ride the MRT to Huai Kwang station. From Huai Kwang MRT Station, take exit 3. You'll see steps going down. From the steps, turn your body to the left and walk down the sidewalk along Ratchadaphisek Road... More
How to get there: Ride the MRT to Huai Kwang station. From Huai Kwang MRT Station, take exit 3. You'll see steps going down. From the steps, turn your body to the left and walk down the sidewalk along Ratchadaphisek Road to the corner of Pracha Songkhro Rd. [about 50 steps]. Across the street is the Ganesha shrine. Go down to the left of Pracha Songkhro Rd. to go to Huai Kwang market.