Suan Lum Night Bazaar was a market in Bangkok's Pathum Wan district, at the intersection of Rama IV and Wireless/Sathorn Roads, opposite Lumphini Park at the MRT's Lumphini Station. Located on land owned by the Crown Property Bureau. It opened in 2001, and had closed by early 2011.Plan to visit Suan Lum Night Bazaar during your Bangkok vacation using our convenient Bangkok tour planner.
The Night Bazaar was open from 9 pm, with some shops open later. It had vendors selling gifts, clothing, jewellery, fruit, compact discs, handmade products like tapestries and fine arts, such as paintings and sculptures. There was a large beer garden, with an array of food available, and live entertainment. On the other side of the market there was a quieter area with many restaurants offering both inside and outside garden seating.
Bangkok Hall, a 6,000-capacity entertainment and special events hall, was located in the Night Bazaar. Until March 2007, it was called BEC-TERO Hall, and was primarily used by the media company to stage concerts. Also in the Night Bazaar was the Joe Louis Puppet Theatre, a traditional Thai puppet troupe that give performances of the Ramakien, Thailand's national epic.
The property was leased from the Crown Property Bureau by P Con Development until March 31, 2006. Tenants were given until April 2007 to vacate the premises, but until late 2010 many vendors remained open. As of early 2011, the night bazaar is now closed. Plans are to develop the property into office buildings, retail areas, residential and entertainment complexes.
Suan Lum Night Bazaar Reviews
I just recently moved to Bangkok and had to find a place to stay in the area... I was pleased to see there was this supposed to be night market just nearby..... Well even tonight I went find out where... more »
Honestly it has some quaint points, but if you are looking for a great market, skip this and go to Chatuchak! We went there on our last night in Bangkok. I am giving it three stars for what it could b... more »
There are a few shops attached to a hotel. No outdoor stalls and no “market” to speak of. The dinosaurs are nice, but not worth a trip just to see them. more »
Very pleasant to be in this night market which has a wide range of food accompanied by two girls office's friend.
it was great when it was opened. Especially the beer garden. BUT NOW IT IS RELOCATED. TO GET THERE, GET OFF AT MRT LAT PHRAO. Google maps need to do an update to remove the old one. If anyone knows how to tell Google Maps please tell them.
Already closed down permanently. The whole area is fenced off for another mega construction project. The map needs an update. I spent an hour on foot walking to this no-longer-existing bazzar from Soi Sukhumvit 18. Stupid me!
The night Bazaar closed years ago and is no longer there.
It's closed permanently
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