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All reviews seacon square on nut vintage stuff udom suk old cars food stalls vintage shops rod fai rot fai cheap things esplanade mall thailand cultural centre for sale stalls selling well worth the trip on display this place is huge
You'll get everything here. Clothes, toys, household items, food and everything else. A shopper's paradise. The women will simply love this place. The food court is very large and there are restaurants, bars and discotheques, too
Went here on a Sunday with friends searching for some Thai cuisine. Definitely worth a visit.
Key item is to decide on what you’re looking for before jumping in the melee. We hit up a seafood stall that served food on sheets out of a...More
I first heard about this on the discovery channel, This is a Nother must see in must do experience. If you are over 5’7 be prepared to walk hunched over 😂😂.. amazing culture, The local sell everything you can imagine there. When that train comes...More
It is just more of the same same that you get in most markets throughout Thailand.
It be worth visiting if close to the BTS or MRT train networks but unfortunately it is accessible by taxi only making it a real pain to get to.
Visited Chatuchak Weekend Market, Talad Neon and this night market. Nothing very special about the things on sale here except the vintage section. Love the figurines sold here. They also sell working condition old handheld games like Game & Watch. There were also many vintage...More
Long drive from downtown Bangkok . Very large area filled with stalls selling plenty of the same stuff you can find all over Bangkok . Gadgets , t-shirts , hand bags etc....
Not the part I came for . The vintage and antiques part is...More
Located just behind the Seacon Square Mall, this market, even though far from the city centre, isn't difficult to locate with an app-cab. From a vast section of food to clothes, stuffed toys, bags and even vintage cars, this market packs some seriously interesting stuff...More
It is quite far for the Bangkok City centre. But worth visiting especially for vintage lovers. You may find unique vintage which varies in sizes. Some are rather fit for museums. If you are collectors, this place is must for you. Food are also abundant...More
This is the original Rod Fai and is a lot farther out and more difficult to get to than Market 2 near the Thai Cultural Centre. Very close to the Rama 1X park.
The same format but bigger than Market 2 plus lots more bars...More