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Honestly it has some quaint points, but if you are looking for a great market, skip this and go to Chatuchak! We went there on our last night in Bangkok. I am giving it three stars for what it could be, but the night we...More
Don’t waste your time coming to this night market. There is nothing much to see, it is attached to a hotel. But other than that, it’s below average. Visit Rot Fai Night Market behind Esplanade Mall instead.
Many stalls were empty and there wasn't many people there. Not worth the time there. If you really want to visit this Bazaar, there is a Japanese restaurant over there that was packed when I was there. Their food were quite cheap but I didn't...More
Not worth visiting and very disappointing. Opening hrs start at 5pm. Alot of small shops inside a building adjoining Hotel Bazaar like MBK Center but nothing interesting like MBK. Very quiet and no crowd. Upon exiting Lat Phrao Exit 1, turn right and walk straight...More
I used to love suan lun night bazaar ALOT. Looking at the new place, really did not do justice for the sellers. Pitiful and souless. And i feel bad for writing this review, but at least, i hope the management will make some effort for...More
So many of the shops are closed.
I actually feel sorry for those that are still open because they cannot do much business.
Many prices are in Yen which reflects the majority of the clientele that I saw. Some were wandering around peering into the...More
First went here about 8 years ago and it was still near Lumphini park. It was a very vibrant place with a lot of stores selling assorted merchandise, a covered area where food stalls abound and a band entertaining the diners.
Now it is a...More
Every weekend, thousands of tourists make their way up to this Northern Bangkok suburb to get lost in an enormous maze of shops at the Chatuchak Weekend Market. Home to almost 10,000 vendors, you’ll find everything from vintage sneakers to comic books and Thai handicrafts being sold here. You name it, Chatuchack probably sells it. The market is a great place to pick up souvenirs, but be sure to bargain for
a good price. After a day of shopping and strolling around, the lush green lanes of Chatuchak Park are a welcome relief.