Bangkok has a huge range of markets to visit. From massive open air markets, fresh food markets, flower markets, floating markets and some very cool night markets. Check out the best markets to visit in Bangkok

Chatukchak Markets Bankok

Chatachak Markets

Chatuchak Weekend Markets are the largest markets in Bangkok. If you only get to visit one market in Bangkok then you should definitely try to visit Chatuchak.

Chatuchak Weekend Markets sell everything. If you can't find what you are looking for at Chatuchak Markets then it is not worth buying!

Chatuchak Markets has over 8000 stalls. Chatuchak Markets are open Friday night from 6pm - midnight and Saturdays and Sundays 9am - 6pm.

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Rod Fai Night Markets Bankok

Rod Fai Night Market

Rod Fai Night Market is the largest night markets in Bangkok. Open Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights, Rod Fai Night Markets started as an antiques markets though has branched out to sell a huge range of stuff that you would normally find at markets.

Right down the back of Rod Fai Night Market there are still loads of antique stores selling old Grandfather clocks, vintage radios and stereo equipment. There are also some old vintage cars like old Chevy cars and old American pickup trucks.

Along with thousands of stalls selling everything you would expect in a Bangkok market you will find loads of restaurants and small bars. These markets get really busy with thousands of cars and motorbikes streaming in.

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Pratunam Markets Bangkok

Pratunam Markets

Pratunam Markets is a wholesale and retail market which specialises in clothing.

Pratunam Markets is a covered market place with small laneways lined with small stalls selling mostly clothing but there are a few stalls selling things like leather handbags, wallets, cosmetics and makeup.

Pratunam markets are open 7 days a week from 10am - 3pm.

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Khlong San Plaza Markets Bangkok

Khlong San Plaza Market

Khlong San Plaza Markets are located on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River, right next to the Hilton Millenium Hotel.

A small market place which is made up of 2 allay ways which are lined with mostly clothing stalls and loads of street food.

At the front of the markets is a pier on the river with regular public boats stopping by so you can arrive by boat.

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Klong Toei Fresh Food Markets Bangkok

Klong Toei Fresh Food Market

Located in the Klong Toei area of Bangkok is the Klong Toei Fresh Food markets which specialises in cooked food ready for you to take home to eat.

There is fresh fruit and vegetables for sale but the majority of the stalls are selling cooked food like Thai curries. There are big bowls of the various cooked food on display.

This is a great place to try some of the best street food in Bangkok. You can also buy the food and eat it in the markets.

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Asiatique Markets Bangkok

Asiatique The Riverfront

Asiatique is a large market place / shopping district located down on the Chao Phraya River front. With 9 huge warehouses which are packed with thousands of stalls.

Asiatique also has over 20 restaurants and bars so a great place to go for some shopping and then sit back by the river front and enjoy a nice dinner and some drinks.

There is a free shuttle ferry that takes you from the pier infront of the Saphan Taksin BTS Skytrain station.

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Flower Markets Bangkok

Pak Khlong Talat Flower Markets

Pak Khlong Talat Flower Markets are the largest flower markets in Bangkok. Open 24 hours a day the best time to see all the action is very early morning around 5am - 6am when all the flowers arrive and when all the florists come to buy the pick of flowers.

Pak Khlong Talat is located right down on the Chao Phraya River close to the Memorial Bridge.

There is a free shuttle ferry that takes you from the pier infront of the Saphan Taksin BTS Skytrain station.

Read more about Pak Khlong Talat Flower Markets.

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