Best Night Markets in Thailand

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Thailand Night Markets

Night markets of Thailand are a delight to visit and experience. Locals line up across alleys and roads shouting out prices and reel you in with their amazing salesmanship and local products. These m (Read More)arkets are amazing places to get paraphernalia and souvenirs for your loved ones.

Here is the list of 16 Best Night Markets in Thailand

1. Rod Fai Train Night Market Srinakarin, Bangkok

Rod Fai Train Night Market Srinakarin, Bangkok
4.4 /5

Rod Fai Market is an authentic, open-air, carnival themed market. With various products from vintage collectables to hippie clothing, one can find everything here! With delicious restaurants, groovy bars, and a whole lot of shopping - it calls for a fun and exciting night at the Rod Fai Market. Where else can one find funky clothes and beautiful vintage cars in the same place?

Timings: Thursday - Sunday: 5:00 PM - 1:00 AM

2. Chiang Mai Night Bazaar, Chiang-mai

Chiang Mai Night Bazaar, Chiang-mai

If you are looking out for that memorable street shopping experience filled with excitement then Chiang Mai Night Bazaar, Thailand is your destination this season. Located on Chang Khlan Thanon, on the eastern side of the old city, the bustling Chiang Mai Night Bazaar is a favourite haunt for shopaholics who wish to find some really good bargains on designer clothing, accessories, décor items, artwork, toys, and electronics.

Timings: 5:00 PM - Midnight

3. Phuket Weekend Night Market, Phuket

Phuket Weekend Night Market, Phuket

Phuket Weekend Market is a popular tourist haunt with its endless display of exciting items and delicious cuisine. Tourists love to browse among the many items for sale like clothes, souvenirs and quirky accessories for very reasonable prices. It is also the perfect place to try some exotic Thai food - including fried insects!

Timings: 4:00 PM - 11:00 PM ( Saturday and Sunday)

4. Asiatique The Riverfront, Bangkok

Asiatique The Riverfront, Bangkok
4.3 /5

Once an international port, Asiatique The Riverfront is now among the most happening night markets in Bangkok. Neatly divided into four districts, it houses a variety of options for visitors ranging from boutiques, fine dining, a mall, fashion stores and entertainment spaces. With the picturesque backdrop of the Chao Phraya River and a glittering skyline, the Asiatique makes for an exquisite experience in Bangkok.

Timings: 11 AM–12 AM

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5. Patpong Night Market, Bangkok

Patpong Night Market, Bangkok
3.6 /5

The Patpong Night Market in the Silom region of Bangkok is one of the stellar night markets the city is famous for. Central business district by day and raucous night market by night, Patpong Night Market caters mainly to the tourists, and some may even say that the market does not give you the authentic Thai night market experience. Furthermore, Patpong Night Market's location in the downtown area makes it easily accessible.

Timings : 6:00 PM - 1:00 AM

6. Warorot Market, Chiang-mai

Warorot Market, Chiang-mai

Warorot Market can be thought of as an authentic Thai supermarket that sells everything under the sun. Aisles are flanked by stalls that display fresh spices, farm produce, local delicacies, condiments, bags, footwear, clothes, accessories and domestic appliances. The market is always buzzing with locals, making it the perfect place to completely immerse oneself in Thai culture.

Timings: 5:00 AM - 7:00 PM

7. Phuket Indy Market

Phuket Indy Market

Phuket Indy Market is not known to many people but is truly one-of-its-kind for those looking for a unique experience of shopping in Phuket. It is a 'laadploykong' in local terms, which means it is a market where people can come to exchange their goods. There is a lovely mix of other kinds of shops too, which sell trendy clothes, unique souvenirs, Thai handicrafts, special bags made from water hyacinth and much more.

Timings: Wednesday to Friday - 4 PM to 10 PM

8. Thepprasit Night Market

Thepprasit Night Market

Known as Pattaya’s best shopping market, the Thepprasit weekend night market, lined with colourful stalls, is for all the travellers who want to take a break from partying to indulge in some shopping. You can find anything here, from clothes to accessories, electronics, home decor, and many other bizarre things too. However, this market is not only about shopping. With live music, cocktail bars, street performances and food stalls, this place offers an experience in itself.

Timings: Friday to Sunday - 5 PM to 10 PM

9. JJ Green Market, Bangkok

JJ Green Market, Bangkok
4.2 /5

For vintage shopping, chilled out vibes and grabbing some drinks with friends, JJ Green Market is one of the coolest markets in Bangkok. The vendors sell cheap clothes, vinyl CDs, antiques, old car models and many other retro items on makeshift stalls or just lay them on the road. More than just shopping, JJ Green Market is known for its buzzing nightlife scene.

Timings: Thursday to Sunday - 5 PM to 12 AM

10. Ploen Ruedee Night Market, Chiang-mai

Ploen Ruedee Night Market, Chiang-mai
4.2 /5

Ploen Ruedee Night Market is the ultimate destination to get a taste of national and international cuisines. This marketplace is a gastronomic festival, lined with shops preparing everything from Thai street foods to Italian pizza. The live music, bright lights, pubs, crowds and shopping stalls only heighten the carnivalesque atmosphere this place offers.

11. Chang Puak Gate Night Market, Chiang-mai

Chang Puak Gate Night Market, Chiang-mai
4.1 /5

Also known as the North Gate Market, Talat Phlu Chang Phueak, translating to the Chang Puak Gate Night Market, is a food market located in northern Chiang Mai. Shops lining the street sizzle the air with sounds and smells of flaming woks cooking traditional Thai delicacies, especially seafood. The market is visited by a lot of tourists who seek to experience authentic Thai cuisine at cheap prices.

Timings: 5:00 PM - 12:00 AM

12. Saturday Walking Street, Chiang-mai

Saturday Walking Street, Chiang-mai
4.3 /5

The Saturday Walking Street is a night market that locates itself on the Wualai Road every Saturday. The road is lined with shops selling local goods, handicrafts, mementoes and authentic Thai street food. The evening comes alive with colourful displays and chattering crowds. Inexpensive foot massage booths are also available for customers tired after an evening of gala.

Timings: Saturday - 6:30 PM to 10-30 PM

13. Hua Hin Night Market, Hua-hin

Hua Hin Night Market, Hua-hin
4.2 /5

Hua Hin's central market, is a favourite of both locals and tourists alike. Starting from Petchkasem Road, all the way up to the railway line, the Hua Hin Night Market operates. Delicious food cooked right in front of your eyes can be sampled at the various stalls at the market. People can be found selling their small souvenirs and goods at stalls.

Timings: 5 PM to 1 AM

14. Patong Night Market, Phuket

Patong Night Market, Phuket

The local markets of Phuket, especially the night markets in Patong, are fun places where the visitors can bargain vigorously, often obtaining products at throwaway prices. The night markets are colourful places with a surprising array of goods offered by the hawkers. The smells emanating out of the area are unfamiliar and interesting at the same time often leaving the visitors enthralled.

Timings: 3 PM to 12 AM

15. Chalong Night Market, Phuket

Chalong Night Market, Phuket
4.1 /5

Ideal for some street shopping, the Chalong Night market offers a variety of local goodies and handicraft stalls at bargain prices. Tourists also love to sample the many local delicacies on sale here - including barbequed seafood, Thai desserts, and fresh tropical fruit.

Timings: 5 PM to 11 PM

16. Sunday Walking Street, Chiang-mai

Sunday Walking Street, Chiang-mai
4.5 /5

One of the most famous shopping experiences in Chiang Mai, the Sunday Walking Street is a busy night market that runs from Tha Pae Gate along Ratchadamnoen Road every Sunday. It is nothing short of a festival, complete with blazing lights, music, entertainment spaces, artists, massage parlours, local street foods, shops selling local handicrafts items, and of course, seas of people.

Timings: Sundays - 5 PM to 10-30 PM

How did you like the night market experience? Let us know in the comments below!

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