List of markets in Bangkok

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Chatuchak market
Bobae Market
Hua Takhe Market, morning
Talad Neon Downtown Night Market

There are many markets in Bangkok, Thailand. Notable markets include:


Wet markets[edit]

A wet market (Thai: ตลาดสด; RTGStalat sot; lit: "fresh market") is where raw or perishable foodstuffs are sold; a fresh-food market.

Floating markets[edit]

Kwan Riam Floating Market

Former markets[edit]

  • Khlong Lod Market: Night market near Sanam Luang, new and second-hand cheap clothing, shoes, jeans, toys.
  • Saphan Phut Night Market: Near Saphan Phut (Memorial Bridge) and Pak Khlong Market, new and second-hand cheap clothes, shoes, jeans, toys like Khlong Lod Market.[3]
  • Khlong Thom Market: Weekend market near Yaowarat. Tools, toys and porn videos.
  • Saphan Lek Market: Weekend market near Khlong Thom Market. Tools, toys and video games.
  • Thieves' Market: aka Nakhon Khasem, one of Bangkok's oldest markets and communities, close to Khlong Thom Market.
  • Sripaisit Night Bazaar: (Siam Paradise Night Bazaar) Trendy clothing, shoes, handicraft, souvenirs.
  • Suan Lum Night Bazaar: Trendy lifestyle items.
  • Tha Chang Market: Next to the Grand Palace. New and second-hand small goods, amulets, traditional medicines.
  • Tha Pra Chan Market: On the Chao Phraya River, sells amulets.
  • Khlong Phadung Krung Kasem Floating Market: On Khlong Phadung Krung Kasem near Government House. Operated between 2015–2017.
  • Wat Sai Floating Market: In the past, around 1960s used to be the bustling and the most renowned floating market of Bangkok. Currently, it is only a legend.
  • Maha Nakhon Floating Market: a floating market in Lat Krabang District, east suburb Bangkok.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Payang24Chuamong (2010-03-30). "@@..ตลาดตรอกหม้อ ตลาดที่อยากให้อยู่ใกล้บ้าน คงอ้วนแย่..@@" [@@..Trok Mo Market, the market that wants to be near the house, would definitely be fat..@@]. (in Thai). Retrieved 2019-09-22.
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  3. ^ "Saphan Phut" (Video). Bangkok Post. 15 November 2015. Retrieved 13 February 2019.