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Chatuchak Weekend Market

Chatuchak Weekend Market

4.3/5750 Reviews
Market
Wednesday, Thursday 7:00-18:00, Friday 6:00-24:00, Saturday-Sunday 9:00-18:00. (Local time)
The Chatuchak Weekend Market is a gigantic weekend market. The area is a very popular sightseeing and shopping area in Bangkok. The market occupies a vast area and is home to 15,000 stalls. If you cross the alleyways of the semi-open market, go straight, and then turn around, you’ll find yourself in an area with different types of stalls. It’s quite fun to wander around. The merchandise includes clothing and accessories, handicrafts, ceramics, furniture, antiques, books, and second-hand clothing and accessories. If you tire, you can find a snack shop between stalls. Every weekend, a stream of people enters the market to buy in bulk. While you are deep within the market, you might forget that it’s still daytime and you’ll just want to keep shopping.
Pattaya Floating Market

Pattaya Floating Market

4.2/51,293 Reviews
Market
9:00-20:00 (Local time)
Pattaya Floating Market is located in the center of Pattaya, about 5 kilometers east of Sukhumvit Road. The market combines the rich and rustic aspects of Thai village culture. The market is also known as the “4 Regions Floating Market” since it combines the characteristics of the 4 regions of Thailand (the east, west, northeast, and south). The water market is full of waterways, and unique wooden structures are built on the water. In the market, you can eat snacks from all over Thailand. You can also buy local goods and crafts from various parts of Thailand. You can take a boat and bob on the lake or move between bridges.
Yunomori Onsen · Spa

Yunomori Onsen · Spa

4.2/535 Reviews
Hot Spring
Yunomori Onsen is located in Bangkok’s Khlong Toei area and bills itself as the first authentic Japanese spa in Thailand. Traditional Japanese Onsen bathing culture are blended with Thai massage techniques to provide guests with unparalleled relaxation. Visitors can bathe in natural spring water. Yunomori offers a retreat from the hectic nature of city life and will work hard to accommodate your needs.
The Mall Bangkapi

The Mall Bangkapi

4.7/511 Reviews
Water Park
Theme Park
Cinema
Wat Sai Floating Market

Wat Sai Floating Market

4.1/582 Reviews
Market
Situated in Chom Thong district on the Thonburi side of Bangkok, Wat Sai Floating Market was a thriving local market that has recently undergone something of a resurgence. Once well known to locals as a popular gathering spot, the market suffered for a time due to nearby construction projects. Today is it possible to reach the market by boat, which provides a great way to get a sense of life along Bangkok’s canals. Visiting the floating markets will help you appreciate the life and culture of ordinary Thai people.
Ayothaya Floating Market

Ayothaya Floating Market

3.9/542 Reviews
Market
Taling Chan Floating Market

Taling Chan Floating Market

4/557 Reviews
Market
Sat - Sun 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM (Local time)
Taling Chan Floating Market is a small floating market in the suburb of Bangkok. Every weekend, there will be markets selling all kinds of local food, snacks, fresh fruits and vegetables, seafood, BBQ, etc. It is frequented by many local residents. Riding on a long canoe along the river, visitors can experience local culture and sit on the ground while tasting delicious seafood. It is a great experience recommend for everyone. In addition, visitors can also see and experience the local lifestyle of living on top of a river.
Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

4.3/5753 Reviews
Market
Monday-Sunday 7:00-14:00 (9:00-11:00 is peak hours) (Local time)
The Damnoen Saduak Floating Market is located in southwest Bangkok about 2 hours away by car. The market still maintains the flavor of old water markets in Thailand. The market dates back more than 100 years. Many movies have been filmed here, including one in the James Bond series. The market generally lasts from early morning until around 2 pm, and you will see local people wearing straw hats and rowing boats carrying vegetables, fruit, and small goods in canals lined with tropical trees. The boats traverse the narrow waterways as vendors hawk their goods. This is still a portrait of life in Bangkok.
Th Khao San Market

Th Khao San Market

3.6/520 Reviews
Market
Maeklong Railway Market

Maeklong Railway Market

4.3/5312 Reviews
Market
4:00-17:00 (Local time)
The Maeklong Railway Market is located in Samut Songhram, Thailand. Visitors often visit the Railway Market and the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. The Railway Market is mainly where locals buy ingredients on weekdays. After the government requisitioned the land to build the railway, the locals refused to relocate. This type of scene is surprising to tourists. Whenever a train arrives, the vendors unhurriedly pack up their wares. Vendors set up stalls on both sides of the track. Once the train leaves, the merchants continue to set up their stalls. This scene is jarring and cannot be found anywhere else.
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