Chatuchak Market in Bangkok, Thailand
Chatuchak Market- The Shopper’s Delight
Rated 4.2/5 (based on 2324 reviews )
Best time to visit
Mar - Oct
- Ideal for friends
About Chatuchak Market in Bangkok
Chatuchak Market is the throbbing nerve center of Bangkok’s shopping scene. From antique pieces of décor and art to clothes, jewelry and shoes at unbelievably low prices to second-hand books to pretty handicraft items – Chatuchak Weekend Market is the dreamland for shoppers.
The footfall the Chatuchak Weekend Market Bangkok gets every day is beyond imagination. Tens of thousands of people loiter around the place – some are tourists huddled in groups trying out the roadside local cuisine, some are families shopping from the art or jewelry shop, while the rest are locals trying to grab ration for the week. Chatuchak Market on Friday starts the buying and selling for the rest of the weekend. If one manages to get to the heart of the market on a Saturday afternoon, they will rediscover the meaning of the ocean of humanity.
What to buy at Chatuchak Market?
With more than 15000 stalls in the entire area, Chatuchak Market of Bangkok is the largest open-air market mall of Thailand and one of the largest in the world as well. The market is divided into 27 separate sections, and within that, there are categories for the type of items sold. Ban Sin Thai is a known place for arts and artifacts, while Orange Karen Silver is famous for junk jewels.
At the end of all the shopping, one can enjoy food and drinks in the many restaurants and lounge bars of Chatuchak night market. Toh-Plue is authentic Thai, Saman Islam serves delicious Thai-Muslim biryani and Viva’s is a café featuring live music.
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FAQ's of Bangkok
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Bargaining is a popular practice at Chatuchak Market. Chances are that one will get the object at a much lower price than originally asked. Many shop owners have the tendency to hike prices when they see tourists.
Majority of the market opens from Friday to Sunday 12 hours a day. However, there are few shops open during the weekdays as well, especially of fruits, vegetables, and other organic stuff.
Using the BTS Skytrain or the MRT subway is the best means of transport to get to Chatuchak Market.
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