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Silom Night Market, Bangkok
(2.8/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
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. Put Silom Night Market at the forefront of your travel plans using our Bangkok holiday planner.
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  • Street stalls selling counterfeit T-shirts, bags, trinkets, DVD's, CD’s and eastern-influenced apparel.Shopping at night might seem odd to some, but makes sense in the heat of Bangkok. A shopping trip...  more »
  • I enjoyed a nice evening on the market here YOU can get a lot of fashion stuff tshirts shoes underwear and so on, prices are fair and better than in the "main tourist areas" Don't forget to bargain ab...  more »
  • Bangkok markets paradise. Sunday, day and Night markets, with approximately 40 pieces of the weekend markets is still very active in the market. I'm going to tell you what happened as of November 2016 Exchange. The first on the scene to curious Bangkon, tourists went to Patpong Street from one end to the other of Sİlom Street no sidewalk vendors we've seen in years, local Government has emptied, you are forced to walk the sidewalk pavement is empty. The front of the hotel, the regent Silom Pathunam zone again India Square, the Central Word in front of the familiar night markets no longer exists. My people before they were upset about the image. But I think they want to give an order to the city layout. Too many to fill this gap, to be passed to enjoy Sunday. I'm going to share them with you.
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  • Any market like this in a major city is going to be crowded. No exception here! The sidewalk of vendors is narrow so if you're a claustrophobic person, this might not be the place for you. Walk across the street where it's less crowded. Most vendors sell the same type of merchandise; mostly clothing, souvenirs, crafts, shoes, etc. This market isn't massive in size like other markets. Traveling is all about the experience. Despite the so-so reviews this got, enjoy the surroundings, sights, smells and sounds of a night market. Yes, you may be asked a few times if you want a massage, but in my opinion, it's all part of the experience.
  • It may had been fun to visit a few years ago, but I didn't find anything interesting here. What is surprising? That many good restaurants (mostly Japanese) are to be discovered in between some of Bangkok's uninteresting soi's.
  • So lively, you can find souvenirs at fair prices, you can make them lower them more if you negotiate. Pubs and nights are available.
  • Though many of the night markets in Bangkok are being shut down, this one has somehow managed to survive. It's a shame it's got such a small selection to eat... and being in the touristy district, prices are higher and quality is lower... but at least it's still there!
  • Basically Patpong...just a "don't go there" place to me, crap stalls no food only "gogo" bars and Japanese restaurants with prostitute in queue on the front door, a lot of them with chairs...I seen family with children there but for what? Really disgusting.