Or Tor Kor (OTK) Market, Bangkok

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Shop with the locals at Or Tor Kor (OTK) Market, the capital city's highest-quality produce market that's world-reknowned. Farmers sell their best fruits and vegetables at this attraction, but you will also find meat and seafood. Whether you are shopping or just browsing, feel free to take photos of the exotic flowers and oversized produce. You'll also find a few stalls with ready-to-eat foods like grilled coconut pancakes and pad thai. For Or Tor Kor (OTK) Market and beyond, use our Bangkok journey maker app to get the most from your Bangkok vacation.
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  • OTK market is nice and clean selling mostly food and fruits. Prices are high compared to where I come from. We ended up doing a quick walk around and not buying anything as it was expensive.  more »
  • I was very pleased to visit the local market, and learned from the Internet that the Kor City field neighbor near Mrt/bst car station so to this visit. The location of the market is very convenient, and the Zoga will arrive at the Chaducha field after a 10 minute walk from the BST station. The market is authentic and the whole is well. There are all kinds of products, such as fresh ingredients, fruits, daily necessities, and cooked food stalls file. But the rules are not as big as they think, but they should be. If the time may be, may wish to visit.
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  • The ground is on the Shing side and the two fairs can consume a day. Ontario is a cooked food centre with authentic cuisine and a good environment. The fruit price is expensive, the person feels more expensive than the G-word supermarket, bought had to comfort oneself, the quality is good a bit!
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  • The best quality fruits, vegetables, and seafood being sold in Thailand. A little pricey, but you won't find better quality. Go into the King's project mini store there; cheaper and awesome goods as well. Also, a ton of decent food and drink stalls (of course). Lots of parking, too.
  • Variety of reasonably cheap food. Fresh orange juice was expensive compared to Chatuchak market. Plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables. Also fresh seafood produce. All reasonably priced.
  • Big wet market in bangkok. All you need ready in here! Fruits, vegetables, seafood, herbs and many many more! But the price is not cheap especially fruits but you can get best quality
  • Great to have the option to explore a Thai Market without the yucky walk ways. Higher quality fruits sold here. Great Foodcourt.
  • This indoor market is very nice for morning visit. The place becomes nasty hot in the after noon. A drawback is there is lack of clean toiletry, plus we had to pay to use it, including toilet paper.

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