Top 10 street markets in Thailand

One of the most admired activities to do in Bangkok, Thailand is to shop at one of the vibrant market places. Since the late afternoons in Bangkok are much cooler than the day times, it is enjoyable to shop around in the evenings without having to be concerned about the extremely high temperature. Bangkok boasts several street markets. A few of them are only for travelers whereas some of them are well-liked by both tourists and locals. On the other hand, some of the street markets are only admired among Thai people, as they are the people who recognize the trade items. If you are fond of shopping at the night markets, you should not miss the Bangkok night markets. A huge assortment of products can be bought are cheap prices. The food here is great as well.

1.    Klong Toey Fresh Market: Klong Toey Fresh Market is the biggest fresh market of Bangkok. This market creates an impression of a small rural community within Bangkok as it is gigantic that one can reach the market by simply walking around the Klong Toey district. This is the market place where you can just find everything you require starting from stationary, food items, fabrics to kitchenware. In addition, the Klong Toey district is the major sea port area in Bangkok. Hence, there’s always a swarm around. Klong Toey Fresh Market a life-size necessity for every market enthusiast! At Klong Toey Fresh Marke, you will find fish, Meat, veggies, herbs, spices, fruits, fabrics and virtually everything that you require.

2.    The Chatuchak Market (JJ): The Chatuchak Market (JJ) is one of the largest weekend markets in the world that wraps a vast area of around 30 acres. The market is split into 28 dissimilar sections and has over 15.000 stalls that sell merchandise from different parts of Thailand. The Chatuchak Market is a famous shopping spit for Thai people as well as tourists. People from different parts of Thailand country arrive at Chatuchak Market (JJ) to purchase supplies for their local supermarket. Every day, more or less 200.000 people visit this place where 30 % of them are tourists. Starting from live animals & plants to books to antiques, one can find everything here.

3.    Bo Be market: Bo Be market has been famous as the hub for wholesale clothing for more than 30 years. At the moment, there are more than 1.300 shops under 1 crown which makes the Bo Be market as the largest garment wholesale hub in Thailand. Moreover, Bo Bae bestows shipping services to send your freight universally. Bo Be market is the right place to shop all kinds of garments, be it casual or formal. Traditional Thai outfits, bags, shoes and much more are there to grab!!

4.    Saphan Khao Fruit Market: No one can see countless fruits in one place as in Saphan Khao Fruit Market. One can have a truthfully mind-boggling experience here! You’ll find innumerable fruit varieties here. All Bangkok local vendors come here to buy fruits no matter whether he is a local food vendor from neighboring areas or a chef of a 5 star restaurant.

5.    Pak Klong Talat: Pak Klong Talat is a huge across-the-board flower market. You can only find Flowers, flowers and even more flowers here. Vendors from all over Thailand come here to trade their flowers. Roaming around the streets is a vivid and aromatic experience.

6.    Suan Lum Night Bazaar: For sure, the chief of all night markets in Bangkok is the Suan Lum Night Bazaar. Initially being constructed as a tourist spot, it’s truly well-liked among locals and tourists. This place is not only an excellent place to shop but also to gobble, drink and enjoy. Suan Lum Night Bazaar has more than 2,000 stalls that sell Thai outfits, handicrafts, CDs & DVDs, ancient paintings, shoes, home accessories, Thai silk, and food and so on. Not only Suan Lum Night Bazaar is wonderful for the far-fetched assortment of items available but also a great spot to spend time with your buddies by eating and drinking.

7.    Major Ratchayothin Night Market: Major Ratchayothin Market is a well-liked night market for adolescents in Bangkok. Placed alongside the mall and cineplex, you can find more than 100 booths that sell garments, jewelry and shoes in Major Ratchayothin. Mainly well-liked by Thais, not many foreign people or sightseers can be found here. That’s why one can buy garments and accessories that are truly stylish and inimitable.

8.    Ratchadapisek NIght Market: Ratchadapisek Night Market is entirely Thai. Hence, one can obtain a real Thai experience at this palce. Ratchadapisek Night Market (also known as Ratchada-Lad Prao Night Market) is quickly turning out to be the most admired night markets in Bangkok. This night market is open only on Saturday evenings from evening to midnight. Placed on a plot of unused property, this place is a bit grimy and also dirty. Ratchadapisek Night Market is implausible for second hand products, antique bric-a-brac, garments, shoes, jeans, car & motorbike parts, CDs and countless exceptional items that you may not be able to get anywhere else in the world.

9.    Chinatown: There is some strange outlandish behavior, delightful and melancholy on the subject of the Chinatown in Bangkok. Roaming around the tiny little streets of china town may take you to the market, a shop house-lined alley or a jam-packed space with sellers of every type. In conjunction with several gold shops, one can also spot bags of sequins, roasted chestnuts, martial art weapons, peculiar virility boosters, feather boas, etc.

10.     Tor Kor Food Market: Tor Kor Food Market is ranked as the fourth best fresh market in the globe by a prominent travel guide. Tor Kor market is much more than a neighboring bazaar. The several products that are exhibited for sale here are chosen among the finest found in the whole country of Thailand. Boasting a far-fetched choice of fruits, exceptionally fresh vegetables, seafood & meats Tor Kor market must be on the record of “Must-visit” places of any star restaurant chef or any burgeoning chef. This place is beside the Chatuchak market place.

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