Chatuchak Weekend Market, Bangkok, Thailand

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Paholyothin Rd

Bangkok, 10900 Thailand

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  • 3 mentions in Best shopping in Bangkok?

    • jennifer b.

      jennifer b. said, "...Hi Kimberly! The Chatuchak Weekend Market is THE shopping event in Bangkok. I'm pretty sure its the largest outdoor market in the world and last time I went I had a whole empty suitcase just for souvenirs from there. The market is broken..." See More

    • Aroha R.

      Aroha R. said, "... Chatuchak Weekend Market is great lots of bargains to be had, you can buy anything here! I also enjoyed shopping at the Pratunam Market wholesale market, mainly clothes, and some gorgeous embellishments, sequins, flowers, etc if you sew. There is a large hotel..." See More

    • Dennis J.

      Dennis J. said, "...can bargain the price e.g. MBK Center or Lido Shopping Center. Else if you're there during the weekend go to the Chatuchak Weekend Market which is massive + you can find everything you like. Have a good trip...8)..." See More

  • 2 mentions in I will be in Bangkok mid of October and don't have very much time. Which market is the most local one and a must see?

    • Clive L.

      Clive L. said, "...Hi there, if you don't mind crowded places, check out the Chatuchak Weekend Market in Bangkok. It's a huge, sprawling urban market; the largest I've ever seen. You can buy almost anything (and knockoffs of anything) there at great prices as long as..." See More

    • amy e.

      amy e. said, "...back from the rails, to be replaced once the train has passed. If you love to shop with low prices, then Chatuchak Weekend Market is a must. It only opens on the weekends. Don't miss this if you ever happen to be at..." See More

  • 1 mention in Where do the "the locals" hang out?

    • Laura D.

      Laura D. said, "... Chatuchak Weekend Market is worth the trip - I suggest showing up early though - it gets incredibly hot and packed with people. If you can handle it, you can easily spend a day there." See More

  • 1 mention in Best Cities for Eating and Drinking in SE Asia?

    • nathan e.

      nathan e. said, "...many fresh juices, fruit, fish balls, and exotic items that you can easily spend all day long eating. Try out the Chatuchak Weekend Market which is teeming with low cost dining options and great people watching. The market itself will blow you away..." See More

  • 1 mention in Shopping areas is Thailand?

    • Shauna H.

      Shauna H. said, "...Also check out the Chatuchak Weekend Market. Known as J.J. (part of the JJ Mall), over 5000 stalls of everything imaginable including your own live animal. Try to pack that. If you can get down to Bang Lamung, be sure to check..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are some budget-friendly destinations?

    • Jass L.

      Jass L. said, "...Some recommended places to visit :Bangkok, Thailand -SHOPPING : Must visit the Chatuchak Weekend Market& Asiatique Night Bazzar. You can see various items for souvenirs at affordable prices. Sometimes you must bargain (few months ago, I managed to bargain 3 cute tops..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best open-air markets?

    • Dennis J.

      Dennis J. said, "...I agree with Jodi, the Chatuchak Weekend Market is a must go! Also I can recommend going to Chinatown (open everyday), which is a circus - a lot of crazy plastic stuff and an amazing atmosphere. Have a safe trip!..." See More

  • 1 mention in Must sees/do's in Thailand?

    • Nam O.

      Nam O. said, " along Chao Phraya river is charming. Street food at Yaowarat area, enjoy Thai-Chinese food in the bustling atmosphere. Shopping at Chatuchak Weekend Market, a lively market where a hundred of stalls waiting. Spending a night at Khao San Road for cheap..." See More

  • 1 mention in Bangkok airports and in between

    • Joey A.

      Joey A. said, "...30 min). Taxi between Don Mueng and Mo Chit costs about Baht 110-130 (excl highway toll abt Baht 25). Weekend market Chatuchak Weekend Market on Sat and Sun, not to miss for both locals and tourists. Remember asking for "meter" when flagging a..." See More

  • 1 mention in Fun splurges for a solo birthday in Bangkok?

    • Dave W.

      Dave W. said, " Hangover 2, but that's not why I'm recommending it. Some inexpensive options for your other days, I would recommend the Chatuchak Weekend Market, even if you don't buy anything the experience is memorable. I also really enjoyed taking the ferry up..." See More

  • 1 mention in Any food, activity and accommodation tips for Bangkok or Phuket ?

    • Izzy P.

      Izzy P. said, "...part about Thailand in general is their outdoor markets and you won't be disappointed especially in Bangkok if you go to Chatuchak Weekend Market. Its the world largest weekend market and has a lot to offer in terms of food, shopping, and..." See More

  • 1 mention in 14 days in Thailand, what not to miss?

    • Ruth B.

      Ruth B. said, "...there are several to choose from. Remember to haggle (it's expected of you)! If you're in BK at the weekend, visit Chatuchak Weekend Market which is the largest in Thailand and the world's largest weekend market. It covers over 35 acres (0.14 kmĀ²)..." See More

  • 1 mention in Destinations, where to stay, and places to eat for backpacking in Thailand?

    • Nam O.

      Nam O. said, "...35-60thb each meal. Bangkok top attractions such as Grand Palace and other royal temples nearby,Chao Phraya River, Bangkok National Museum and Chatuchak Weekend Market. Chiang Mai top attractions such as Wat Phra Singh, Wat Chedi Luang Worawihan and Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep,..." See More

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