Flea/ Street Markets in Bangkok

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  • Tony T
    Boryspil, Ukraine39 contributions
    Pleny good bargains! You will find everything here! Shopping mekka. Small shops, restaurants, bars and cafes. Easy access for handicapped in Main Street but difficult inside because of tight ally’s. Restroom near every exit.
    Written 15 May 2022
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  • Itsaree037
    32 contributions
    A nice floating market in the suburbs of the city in Taling Chan It is a market that is convenient to travel. It doesn't take long also experience the lifestyle of the waterfront community in a chill atmosphere There are many DIY-style chic products for sale, most importantly, they are also famous for delicious food. There are many to choose from. both OTOP products both traditional sweet and savory items that are hard to find.
    Written 21 February 2022
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  • Francois B
    Paris, France47 contributions
    Very wonderfull market, floer every where to not expensive, it is like a musee but with floers, some cafe close nearby
    Written 8 July 2021
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  • ontheroadmaryg
    London, Canada148 contributions
    This is not a tourist attraction. This is real working flower market. Beautiful flowers, other items for sale but predominately flowers. Watch them make the flower offerings and funeral offerings. It is crowded. Be mindful of the scooters that use the aisles just like the pedestrians. Authentic and genuine and chaotic experience.
    Written 6 April 2020
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  • PaulaMellon
    London, UK427 contributions
    Go after 8, walk through the shopping centre, the market is outside.

    Lots of choice here, and there are some handmande goods and retro clothing, a much better selection tha all of the other Bangkok markets.

    Great for food and drinks too, some great choices.
    Written 8 March 2020
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  • Reslimpan
    Providence, RI2,752 contributions
    Incredible market primarily for food. Showed cased in a number of foodie programs such as Andrew Zimmer and late Andrew Bourdain. Open 24/7. Vegetables, fruit, fish, meat and kitchen utensils. As noted by plenty of reviewers don’t wear sandals or flip flops - this is a wet market.
    Written 25 July 2020
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  • WeiHuang91
    Singapore, Singapore699 contributions
    Pratunam Market is a great place for shoppers to actually find treasures (such as fashionable clothing at a wholesale rate). Even for those who don't really fancy the fashion within the market, there are always plenty of food options around the area for tourist and visitors to actually pig out and snack around the area!

    It might get a little hot in the afternoon, so for those who are really scared to be exposed to the sun and heat for too long, might want to gear yourself with shades and apply sufficient sun block!
    Written 25 March 2020
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  • hillaryguz
    Queens, NY59 contributions
    It was not what I expected, more fabrics than clothes. But it was nice overall. People there were very friendly.
    Written 4 February 2020
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  • ontheroadmaryg
    London, Canada148 contributions
    Visited here via a private long boat canal tour. Had a very authentic feel not touristy. Mostly locals at the market.
    Written 6 April 2020
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  • Off their P
    Manchester, UK3,233 contributions
    This fascinating street runs parallel to the far busier Khao San Road and it is more to our taste. It is much quieter yet still has loads going on and is completely entertaining.

    You cut through it down a little walking street and you will find plenty to do. Lots of shops, bars, restaurants and street food make it a fascinating place just to sit and people watch.

    There is a lovely bar at one end called truffle where they have great happy hour and excellent music. We headed for it every night and had a wonderful time.
    Written 3 April 2022
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  • Ratchanock
    Chaiyaphum, Thailand8 contributions
    I haven’t been for a few months, but just thought I’d detail my last visit. For locals, it’s really not a great place. But for locals just passing through it might be more fun. Quite seedy and lots of knock off merchandise. It’s busy and bustling and not great value for money in local terms.
    Written 13 October 2020
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  • The World is My Oyster
    Orlando, FL19,375 contributions
    Stopped there after our Klong boat tour of the floating village and enjoyed the smells all around. Great cheap shopping and plenty of food stalls.
    Written 25 November 2019
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  • Anton Kunin
    Paris, France80 contributions
    It's my favourite foodcourt in Bangkok. I guess only seasoned Bangkok dwellers and expats know about it because it's inside the building, so on your way there it's easy to get distracted by the many pop-up restaurants located outside that open all around the building starting at 4 p.m. Once you are inside, you walk along the many food stalls, and I always find it hard to choose because I basically want to try everything. I always end up ordering 2 or even 3 dishes. Prices are very affordable: expect to pay around 50 baht for a dish.
    Written 7 September 2020
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  • David Roy P
    Batemans Bay, Australia575 contributions
    The Neon Night Bazaar is only a five minute walk from the Movenpick Wellness Resort . It is a Typical Night Market about half of it devoted to Food outlets the rest selling all the usual Tourist goods . Due to the Lack of Tourist's the Food outlets are quite pushy trying to get you to buy their Food which can be really annoying after a while . Also it pays to negotiate and Walk away if they are not prepared to come down , there is always another stall that will come down in price , decide what you are prepared to pay before negotiating , go in Low so you have room to move , if they don't budge , walk away . If they want to sell they may chase after you and accept your offer . Golden Rule is be Polite and always Smile .
    Written 1 April 2020
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  • kcchin
    Honolulu, HI1,210 contributions
    You’ve been forewarned....hordes of Chinese arrive in mass by the bus loads! By 6PM, the loud noisy hordes ruin it for everyone. Leaving the market can be a pushy ordeal because of them. TIP: cut through the Esplanade Mall to avoid all the pushing.
    Written 4 January 2020
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