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Patpong Night Market, Bangkok

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Get on your haggling hat and head down to Patpong Night Market, a lively place to spend the evening hours. An experience as much as a retail space, the lights, atmosphere, and montage of noise that greet you here create an immediate impression and quickly introduce you to Thailand's night market culture. The quality of the goods on offer is variable, so make sure you browse the extent of what's available and bargain for a decent price. With bars and restaurants lining the streets, you can easily do some people-watching before or after shopping your fill. Add Patpong Night Market to your Bangkok travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Bangkok itinerary planner.
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  • nice place to walk around, just don't show a lot of enthusiasm when you see something you like, so you have can haggle more. not for the timid, there's lots to see even if you're not looking.  more »
  • Title as follows. Don't be fooled makurimasu say Super copy Dano S class and the clerk is basically back to the hotel and look calmly at a glance believes the counterfeit goods just because for example. The asking price which fake's first half winner 値切rereba. Is the game of politics or could compromise the price that will be provided from an extended buy twice turned to where I install something is tired of doing this online degree. See 2 times President and voice will be multiplied by the Japanese, but once in a while and Director since I have. So many women Patpong go-go bars there are streets in the red light district the other man to shy people are surely very hesitate to. Botta bar up stairs on the second floor and it was good.
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  • More that a market is an area of bars with dancing girls on all sides. Many stalls of clothing and imitation handbags. Put juices and meals. It is a little more revuelta area frequented by many tourists with any Cup rest.
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  • My friend and I was trying to find another market but ended up here instead. Warning: this place is a red light district. The market is encircled by bars and strip clubs. Do not go there especially if you have young children. There are pimps at every corner trying to entice you to use their services. Felt very unsafe. However, there are some bargain items here e.g. the typical night market items like shirts, wallets, caps. Just don't bother coming here if you're not staying nearby. It's better to check out other night markets.
  • Guys on the roadside will tell you drinks are available for 100 baht and once you agree, they'll take you inside their club. There, you will find girls standing and performing ping-pong show and other shows (horrible to watch). After 5-10 minutes they'll handover your bill and ask you to make payment for your drinks, which, upon seeing will shock you. The bill that will be handed over to you will be above 4500 baht (they will include the cost for watching the shows). Don't get scared and Never Agrue with them. Bargain with them and settle for a suitable price. Can't stress more! The bill was 8000 bahts, we got it reduced to 3k
  • It's a night life of Bangkok. I would say "Red Light District". It's okay to come and visit but just don't bring kids. Coz it's not proper. Quite interesting market though. I don't take picture because it's business privacy. Anyway just a tips, if you're offered by someone to drink or services. Just be aware. You can read few comments below. If you're looking for a real market. Don't go here. There are bigger and better night market out there.
  • Good Market. You should be very good in bargaining. They will quote 2500 and then give it to you in 300. Official Red Light Areas. Happy Shopping
  • Guys on the roadside will tell you drinks are available for 100 baht and once you agree, they'll take you inside their club. There, you will find girls standing and performing ping-pong show and other shows (horrible to watch). After 5-10 minutes they'll handover your bill and ask you to make payment for your drinks, which, upon seeing will shock you. The bill that will be handed over to you will be above 4500 baht (they will include the cost for watching the shows). Don't get scared and Never Agrue with them. Bargain with them and settle for a suitable price. Also, the price of the clothes are very high, better not to buy anything from there.

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