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Silom Night Market, Bangkok

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For a budget-friendly place to shop and eat, head to Silom Night Market. This walking street is packed with food stalls with every Thai dish you can think of. Vendors line the sides of the wide street, making browsing easy and uncrowded. Past the food stalls, you will find sections for clothing, jewelry, cosmetics, electronics, watches, and more. Bargaining is welcome, so be prepared to knock prices down. Take time to enjoy some of the live music and street performers, too. Our Bangkok trip itinerary builder website makes visiting Silom Night Market and other Bangkok attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Thailand traditional food and desserts, clothing, props and had lots of various things. Dinner 5:00-02:00 yeolrini ... By aligning the time I have to go. Great to see the price a little expensive-not recommended to buy stuff
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  • Really expected me something else. The market is not very large in itself. We didn't see too many copies of brands and very expensive prices compared to MBK shopping centre. It is not a place to go with kids, there are many clubs and offer you all the time that you enter to see girls, guys, "ping pong"... etc. We do not buy anything here.
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  • First stop just arrived in bustling Bangkok (clearly after some hours of sleep due to the jet leg). The market was not far from our hotel and after a short walk after dinner we're sold in this market. It sells just about everything from technology to freshly prepared food at t-shirts belts shoes and so on and so on and so forth. Indeed in order not to miss anything at the road that runs alongside the stalls is a maze of bars and night strip (we guessed from the multitude of men & women who view towards tea as you stroll). As first impact there was bad, and anyway a peek (stalls) is a must. If Yes is inclined to contract and you have a lot of patience the deal is assured.
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  • Great deals on beer but the food is pricier than other joints. It is quite lively especially if LBGT is your sort of thing
  • Great strip shows. Good market to buy 1st copy watches and bags. Crowded place and lively .
  • Massively tourist trap with some good street food. Most the vendors are the usual aggressive types selling tat but still good experience to walk around.
  • Very wet and wild during the Songkran weekend. Full-on nightlife experience. Not suitable for children.
  • Sadly Silom Nigth Market is no more. However the tourist trap Papong Night Market still exist.

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