Bangkok's biggest fresh market, the Khlong Toei Market is located in central Bangkok, on the banks of the Chao Phraya River. The market boasts of a variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, raw meat and seafood, available at reasonable prices. Also touted as the largest wet market in Bangkok, the Khlong Toei Market is a hub of local Thai culture, offering a magnified view of the same.
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.
Bangkok's biggest fresh market, the Khlong Toei Market is located in central Bangkok, on the banks of the Chao Phraya River. The market boasts of a variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, raw meat and seafood, available at reasonable prices.
Pak Klong Talad is one of the biggest wholesale and retail flower market in the world. This iconic place has been converted from a fish market to a flower market as the authorities wanted to get rid of the smell of fish in the middle of the city. This market is now known for orchids, roses and marigold. Apart from these flowers, you can also find lotus buds, lilies, jasmine, aster peacock, chrysanthemum and more! This market is busiest during pre-dawn hours.
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Pratunam market is yet another fascinatingly large outdoor wholesale market with hundreds of stalls selling T-shirts, bikinis, jeans, safari pants, faux jewellery, belts, shoes and more! You need not bargain here as everything is already cheap and affordable. Although it is famous for wholesale, you can buy one or two items here.
Amulet Market in Bangkok, Thailand is a century-old and the biggest market known for amulets (Kreaung Rang in Thai). You can find sundry other superstitious items of different shapes and meanings. The market is located adjacent to Wat Mahathat, in between the Chao Phraya River and Maha Rat Road around the Grand Palace.
The king of markets in Bangkok, and one of the largest markets in the world, Chatuchak is spread over 35 acres with more than 8,000 stalls. Everything ranging from clothing, accessories, handicrafts, furniture, art, food, books, antiques, and many more interesting souvenirs are is available here. Keep your bargaining skills ready to enhance your shopping experience at this bustling market.