An interesting place, to experience Bangkok's market atmosphere, must go. The most convenient way to get there is the Doodle Car, but remember to counter-bid, Thai people see you as a foreigner will make a random offer, at least half of it. Papun Night Market is full of intermingled fish and dragons, lively and noisy, various snacks, dazzling commodities, and of course, all kinds of exciting performances. This is a paradise for people who like to be busy. I'm tired of shopping. There are horse-killing chicken shops at various prices on the roadside. The most cost-effective thing in Thailand is to kill chickens with horses.
Passing through Papun during the day is an empty street with nothing. At night, the local people will use iron frames to support one booth after another (when the booth is removed), and sell clothes, accessories, souvenirs and so on. On both sides were banging bars. If you don't want to be questioned by bartenders, just walk in the stall. It's more for tourists. If you want to buy something, you have to bargain.
Papeng Night Market, as the largest night market in Longdian District, is basically more lively at night. In fact, it is also because this night market will choose to live in Shilong District. Although the streets are not particularly long, the dinner night is basically settled here. Mango glutinous rice means 40 to 50 baht. The barbecue kebaht on this side is also possible, 10 baht bunches, water. Fruits are plentiful and fresh. The retail price is a little more expensive than the ordinary price. Gogobar is basically on both sides, walking from chongnonsi for a few minutes.
Papun Night Market is a famous tourist night market in Bangkok, where there are many foreign tourists. There are many snack stalls, there are also many commodity stalls, very good shopping. There are also many bars where you can experience the nightlife of Bangkok.
Papan Night Market is one of the most famous night markets in Bangkok. It is located in the Lung Business District, near BTS Salaam Station and MTT Lung Station. Night markets are dominated by Thai souvenirs and special clothing. But because it's close to the red light area of the bar, it's not suitable to take children with you.