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Markets Bangkok Tours Klook Search engine Klook Search engine 2020.01 updated search 
Markets Bangkok Tours Viator search engine Viator search engine 2019.20 updated search 
ARTBOX Suk Soi 10 Suk Asoke / nightly  Asok  2019.06 Open May 2019 
Suan Lum Night Bazaar Ratchadaphisek Chatuchak / daily 1600 stalls MRT Lad Phrao  2019.02  
Rai Market ตลาดไร? Suan Luang  at train station on railway link 2019.02 page created 
W District Sukhumvit / Nightly BTS Phra khanong Open air 400m square food,drink and general 
Klong San Market daily evening Pier Klong San  Open air 400m square food,drink and general 
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Saphan Phut Night Bazaar Chinatown  trendy stuff - young shoppers 
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Night Shopping

The great thing about shopping in Bangkok is that most malls and department stores stay open until at least 21:00 - and some even as late as 22:00.


So there's plenty of time to make the most of the city's attractions during the day, and fit in a bit of retail therapy either before or after dinner.


Many markets offer great after dark shopping opportunities too - and incredible bargains in the moonlight. The two most popular after dark markets are undoubtedly the Patpong Night Market and Suan Lum Night Bazaar(It's moved to Punnawithi BTS).


Khao San Road Shopping

And the best time to embark on a Khao San shopping spree? Well, unless you want to end up bad tempered and dripping sweat, we say in the evening. Not only is it cooler, but the range of things on sale also becomes even more intriguing (except on Mondays).


From dusk onwards, creative, baby-faced Thais come and sprawl out on the ground everything from funky hair accessories and exotic blouses to one-off T-shirts and vintage clothing. Many of these items are lovingly crafted by their own tender hands.
Location: Khao San Road on 

Patpong night shopping

The Patpong night market features all the usual Asian knock-offs and assorted tourist goods. Prices are considerably inflated compared to most any other market so be prepared to fight for a bargain.

Despite being one of Bangkok’s original red light districts, Patpong attracts loads of tourists to its market with its vast array of fake designer goods and prices that are hard to beat.

The goods are of decent quality and most people will probably only realise their lacking authenticity on close inspection.

It’s an excuse for the more curious to pop in on the go go bars and ‘ping pong sex shows’ upstairs, most leave them disappointed by the boring shows and expensive beer. Bargaining very hard is essential to get a good deal and the touts for the go-go bars that Patpong is most famous for are persistent, annoying and can be aggressive.

Patpong is between Silom and Surawong roads, and any taxi driver will know it.

Open daily: 6.00 pm - 1.00 am

Location: Silom & Sathorn

Ratchada / Lad Phrao junction night market 

Fast becoming a favourite among people who have a penchant for used items, Ratchada-Lad Phrao junction night market is where to find ridiculously-priced trainers, leather bags, shoes, jeans, books, CDs, antiques, furniture, home decorative items, and an assortment of knick-knacks. Although most of the goods are pre-owned, new stuff is also available.

Browsing inside the market, you can't miss a long stretch of cute vintage motorbikes and scooters waiting to be taken home. Feeling peckish? No worries, there are many food stalls dotted around the venue. A friendly atmosphere and laid-back crowd make this market an interesting alternative to the city's ubiquitous shopping malls.

Open: Every Saturday from early evening to around 23:30
Where: On the corner of Ratchada / Lad Phrao junction
How to get there: Take the MRT to either Lad Phrao station or Ratchadapisek station
Shopping tip: Due to the lack of proper lighting, make sure you look carefully for flaws or damage. And remember to bargain hard!

Location: Ratchadaphisek





Klong Thom Market

Best known for secondhand goods and assorted knick-knacks, Klong Thom Market sees action every Saturday from 17:00 onwards, and continues going until Sunday's early evening.

Formerly known as 'Flashlight Market' due to the fact that buyers will need a flashlight to see the goods, this market is especially crowded on late Saturday night.

Covering areas of Luang, Worachak and Charoenkrung, Suar Pa Roads, Klong Thom has everything from car spare parts, DVDs and CDs, electronic devices to clothing items and toys. Besides the roadside stalls, there's also a three-storey Klong Thom Centre (close to Worachak Road) where car accessories and toys are on sale. If you want to avoid the crowd, best time to go is Sunday morning from 8:00 until 11.00.

Location: Chinatown




Major Ratchoyothin Market

This market offers basically the same as Khlong San, but in the northern part of the city. Items on sale are a bit trendier as well, and with the market located next to the Major Ratchoyothin Cinema and IMAX complex, you can catch a flick before or after shopping around. A few bargain shops and eateries are also in the shopping complex.

How to get there: The easiest way is to take the MRT subway to Phahonyothin station, catch a tuk-tuk and tell him to take you to 'talat' (market)

Opening Hours: 16:00 - 23:00 (every day)

Location: Phahonyonthin



Rod Fai Market (Talad Rod Fai)

Vintage is in. At this open-air bazaar set beside an abandoned railroad track, the vintage look never goes out of style. Spread on the ground is all kinds of accessories and knick knacks from the yesteryear, whether wooden furniture, antiques, old TV sets, bicycles, hippy fashion accessories, classic leather luggage without wheels that no one uses any more but that all travel nomads would love to own. Food is not lacking either: A handful of street-style eateries add various design gimmicks to their shops – from classic Volkswagen campers to old train bogeys – to attract potential diners. The overall feel is down-to-earth cool, and Rod Fai Market definitely stands out from the hordes of outdoor markets across Bangkok.

Opening Hours: 14:00 – midnight (Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays only) 
Location: Khamphaengphet Road, Chatuchak (opposite Or Tor Kor Market) - 
Phahonyonthin (MRT: Kamphaengphet)



Sanam Luang / Khlong Lod

This night market, a reincarnation of the one in Sanam Luang, is dedicated to food and second-hand goods. Apart from the usual finds such as T-shirts, clothing, sneakers, fashion accessories and handmade trinkets, you will also find brassware, second-hand guitars, used books, old magazines, remote controlled toys and motorbike parts. Examine the goods very closely before you purchase, as the market is barely lit, or you might be surprised to find out later that they don’t look as cute as when you bought them.

Opening Hours: 18:00 – midnight 
Location: From Rattanakosin Hotel on Ratchadamnoen Klang Road 
 - Rattanakosin



Saphan Phut Night Market

Every evening (except Wednesdays) the area around the Memorial Bridge (known amongst Thais as Saphan Plut) on the Rattanakosin side of the river is packed with vendors and shoppers trading for apparels and entertainment items include T-shirts, sneakers, jeans, related accessories, DVD’s, CD’s, video games and more.

Some counterfeit brand-name clothing like Ralph Lauren, Armani, Fred Perry as well as creative pieces can be found; plenty of food stalls, too. Bartering is almost not necessary, as the prices are amazingly cheap. The market is popular amongst local teen shoppers. It opens from 17:30 (or later on a rainy day) until around midnight.

Location: Chinatown




Suan Lum Night Bazaar Ratchada

Suan Lum Night Bazaar Ratchada or Ratchada Night Bazaar is a market stall shopping mall and open air market currently under construction in Bangkok's Chatuchak district, at the intersection of Ladprao Rd. and Ratchadaphisek Rd, at the Bangkok Metro's Lat Phrao Station.

Located on land owned by the State Railway of Thailand, it will open its first phase in 2012. It is a mixed use development. Upon completion the mall part will be the world's longest in length stretching 1,5 kilometers. It is expected to draw the same amount of visitors as the present Suan Lum Night Bazaar around 15,000–18,000 visitors a day of which 4,000 are foreigners. Total investment in this project is 2.4 billion baht.

Location: Ratchadaphisek

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Saphan Phut Night Bazaar Chinatown  SW 4kms trendy stuff - young shoppers 
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Klong San Market daily evening Pier Klong San  SW 3kms at Pier S3 SiPhaYa cross the river Open air 400m square food,drink and general 
W District Sukhumvit / Nightly BTS Phra khanong SE 7kms short walk form bts Open air 400m square food,drink and general 
Rai Market ตลาดไร? Suan Luang  at train station on railway link E 10kms 2019.02 page created 
Suan Lum Night Bazaar Ratchadaphisek Chatuchak / daily 1600 stalls MRT Lad Phrao  N 9kms 2019.02  
ARTBOX Suk Soi 10 Suk Asoke / nightly  Asok   2019.06 Open May 2019 
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