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“Amazing experience and shopping at the Chatuchak Weekend Market!”

Chatuchak Weekend Market
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Bangkok Shore Excursion: Chatuchak Weekend Market...
Ranked #1 of 540 Shopping in Bangkok
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Fee: No
Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Owner description: Chatuchack Weekend Market is indoor and outdoor market, Also known as JJ Market was reached a landmark status as a must-visit place for tourists. A huge market about 35 acres, with 27 sections in all, Many shops more than 10,000 shops and stalls offering a wide range of products from Thai handicrafts, handmade products, clothing, accessories, arts and painting, house decorations, households, souvenirs and gifts, pets, plants and book. The heaven for shopaholics!! Opening Hours; Tuesdays - Thursdays for Plants & gardens. Fridays for Wholesale night market Saturdays - Sundays for all areas are opened. Enjoy your shopping!!
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We visited the Chatuchak Weekend Market on a Sunday in March of 2018. What an experience the market was!! It's so large and a complete maze of shops and food vendors. This market sells everything! You can find souvenirs, clothing, crafts, local goods and MUCH MORE! This market is a must do while in Bangkok and I would highly recommend checking it out for a few hours. There is a skytain station that stops very close to the Chatuchak Weekend Market. The station is called Mo Chit. We were able to ride the skytrain from our hotel all the way to the market for very cheap, much cheaper then taking a taxi.

1  Thank Reina M
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"the coconut ice cream"
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"clock tower"
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"saturday and sunday"
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"food stalls"
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"t shirts"
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"stalls selling"
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"shop till you drop"
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"cheap price"
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"shopping experience"
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"foot massage"
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Best place to shop for a souvenir or an exclusive home decor in Bangkok..Use BTS where ever u r staying..its convenient..we were near Phloen Chit ...took BTS to Mo Chit..follow the crowd.. get down from bridge..on your right there is a garden.. just walk straight..100 mt..on right is the entrance .. water available for 10 THB..now a day prior..type for online map for this market..take a copy or print screen.. it's must to orient yourself..many sections ..aim to go around 10 am..go only to sections where u have an interest..washrooms in section 7.. food restuarants too available.. bargain your best ..and just buy what u like ..T shirts...soaps..leather..souvenir...art..masks..bags..would be good buy...return take BTS..

1  Thank srijeet2015
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It is just a very big flea market. U can literally buy everything here, from t shirts , puppies and paintings. Just don’t expect anything of quality here.
Try the coconut ice cream.

Thank onedaythreetimes
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Possibly the most famous market in all of Thailand if not Bangkok, Chatuchak is open seven days of the week I believe but it is during the weekends where the hustle & bustle really kicks in as all the stalls will be fully operational over two busy days. The weekend market is best reached by MRT and although most people will ask you to get off at Chatuchak Park station, I personally found Kampheng Phet station the better option as the exit brings you directly to one of the less busier entrances.

The market is huge and I mean HUGE as it was literally impossible for us to explore every soi or lane completely. If you get lost (which is most likely to happen), the clock tower in the middle of the market serves as a good reference point. However long you choose to spend here, it is probably a wise decision to pop into one of the many massage shops to give your tired feet some much needed respite.

1  Thank Eugene F
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Went here one night with some of my Thai friends. It is a huge market, and very busy. We found a nice little raised bar that had a dj and we had a great night. Would highly recommend, and will go again for sure.

1  Thank Gary O
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