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Several times in recent weeks, Thailand's English-language Bangkok Post has carried stories about a... read more

Reviewed 16 July 2017
David B
Rayong, Thailand
large variety, good prices

Huge market, vast variety of items, good prices can be had I traveled there with a fellow who goes... read more

Reviewed 11 April 2017
Chok Chai, Thailand
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Khlong Leuk, Aranyaprathet, Thailand
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Reviewed 15 August 2017 via mobile

The market is very big but the product looked 2nd hands, too boring to walk, nothing was interesting at all.

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Reviewed 10 August 2017 via mobile

We went there after hearing that this is the place to go for clothing. We were thoroughly disappointed. It is indeed very very large. However all the clothing looked the same. All of it looked like second hand. Colors faded, old patterns and cuts. After...More

4  Thank Mircea R
Reviewed 16 July 2017

Several times in recent weeks, Thailand's English-language Bangkok Post has carried stories about a police crackdown on pirated goods. But when you have lived in Thailand for just a little while, you realize that the authorities saying they are going to do something is just...More

6  Thank David B
Reviewed 26 May 2017 via mobile

As a person that live in Thailand for 5 years, it is the best market in Thailand. Selling everything, best prices,it's so huge that you can rent a bicycle / motorbike / golf car to travel inside. Most of the goods of all the markets...More

3  Thank MorEiko
Reviewed 11 April 2017

Huge market, vast variety of items, good prices can be had I traveled there with a fellow who goes a few times a year to restock his store in a Thai village. he purchased a variety of items ladies underwear, towels, umbrellas, variety of hats...More

4  Thank Chokchai2006
Reviewed 14 March 2017

I only stopped and looked at a few items. I was NOT going to buy anything because I was headed into Battambang... but, my ex-wife would have loved this place... it took up so many hectares and I'm sure there were many, many bargains.... to...More

2  Thank gary c
Reviewed 13 March 2017

Speaking as a male a market is a market but this one is a ladies dream and a man’s nightmare, it’s massive! You could spend your entire holiday going around this place, if you wanted to. Late afternoon is the best time to visit as...More

2  Thank desi d
Reviewed 11 March 2017 via mobile

This place is massive. It goes on & on and I think that we only saw part of it. You can hire a golf buggy when you get here for 100b per hour. Definitely the way to do it, as the place is so big....More

1  Thank 5035Michael
Reviewed 21 February 2017

Periodically Thai police make a symbolic raid on an unwitting dealer in pirated goods, then call a "photop" media conference to demonstrate what a wonderful job they are doing. But it is all a PR exercise. The reality is that Rong Kluea Market operates almost...More

3  Thank David B
Reviewed 16 February 2017

Most horrible market I ever saw in Thailand. Hundreds of boots either with cheap copies or just cheaply made goods. Very low quality items made in China are sold with a high margin here. Lots of touts agressively trying to sell their stuff at inflated...More

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Response from Jonsayers | Reviewed this property |
From don mueng, take the A1 bus to Mo Chit station. ( 30 baht). The the MRT to Hua Lumpung station (42 baht). You are now in Central Bangkok. The train from Hua Lumpung goes twice a day to Aranyphratet (rong Kluea market... More