ChatuchakMarket Chatuchak Shopping Guide


Chatuchak night market. - Open on Friday night at 22.00pm to 07.00am.- Section 16 to 21, Gate 3.

Chatuchak night market.

- Open on Friday night at 22.00pm to 07.00am.
- Section 16 to 21, Gate 3.

FEDFE X Audition World - แดนซ์ ดิ ว๊าาาาา (4จตุรเเดนซ์)

funny dance in chatuchak market

เมื่อเกมส์เต้นสุดHOTอย่าง Audition World มาท้า พวกกระผม มีหรือ จะยอมเเพ้ เฟ็ดเฟ่จึงรวมตัวสุดเทพนักเต้นSocial จนเป็นเเก๊งค์ 4จตุรเเดนซ์ เพื่อชวน พี่ๆน้องๆในSo...

Map in Chatuchak Market

Map in Chatuchak Market

Covering 35 acres of land with over 15,000 stalls and 2,000 guests each Saturday and Sunday, Chatuchak Weekend Market in...

Covering 35 acres of land with over 15,000 stalls and 2,000 guests each Saturday and Sunday, Chatuchak Weekend Market in Bangkok is without a doubt the biggest market to be found within the town, but not only that. It is one of the most important and most famous markets within the world. You can get just about anything and everything there: household accessories, handicrafts, art, antiques, live animals, books, music, clothes, food, plants and flowers; the list is endless. The list may persist virtually forever and if selection is what you’re yearning for, Chatuchak market is that the place to travel. Thai handicrafts are a very sensible factor to select at Chatuchak market and therefore the intense competition means that costs are kept to a minimum. If you are searching for real antiques you will need a well-trained eye because the giant majority of antiques on supply at this market are faux. It is a must that you exercise caution if it’s a $64,000 deal you’re yearning for. Due to the scale of Chatuchak retail it is segregated into areas that divide the categories of products sold. This will make life very much easier. Maps detailing the assorted sections may be picked up before you enter. The official gap hours for the market tend to be from 9.00am to 6.00pm on Saturday and Sunday, though several of the stalls really open between 9.00am and 10.00am and shut around sunset.

There are several additional markets to be found besides Chatuchak. Khao San Road is a popular tourist hotspot; the markets sell an array of goods, from garments, books, CDs and other similar things. In close proximity to Khao San Road is a giant Banglamphu market that extends over Phra Sumen Road and Chakrapong Road. This market tends to be widespread with the locals. If you fancy authentic expertise in the goods that you buy, this is the market for you.

Pratunam market is open round the clock and is one in all the simplest places in Bangkok to select up low-cost garments, materials and textiles. Slightly off the crushed track you’ll find this market at the intersection of Ratchaprarop and Phetburi Roads. Further down Phetburi Road is the Nai Loet (also referred to as Nai Lert) market, a scaled down version of Chatuchak.

If you wish to try to your hand at discount shopping, Patpong Night Market should be of high interest. Popular with tourists, Patpong Night Market offers fashionable wares and goods can be found at the most competitive of prices. Night markets are most popular by many because the temperatures are slightly lower when the sun falls, making for the most pleasant of shopping, bartering and bargaining possible.

Temperatures in Bangkok are slightly lower in November until February, so if you are able to get to the area during these months, shopping at all of your favorite markets will be something so much more enjoyable

ChatuchakMarket's cover photo

ChatuchakMarket's cover photo









รับทราบข่าวสารและโปรโมชั่นของ ChatuchakMarketผ่านทางอีเมล์ของคุณ เราจะเก็บข้อมูลของคุณเป็นความลับ คุณสามารถกดยกเลิกการติดตามได้ตลอดเวลา

ตำแหน่งใกล้เคียง บริการภาครัฐ

Bangkok บริการภาครัฐอื่นๆ



Had a wonderful time visiting the Chatuchak weekend Market last month thought i'd share:
Can anybody tell me the artist’s name who made this painting? It was purchased back in 2008 in art zone 7. Thanks!