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Sukhumvit Soi 38 Night Food Market, Bangkok

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
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3.5/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web
For a real taste of Thailand, head to Sukhumvit Soi 38 Night Food Market and choose from an abundance of street food like sticky rice and mango, pad Thai, and fruit smoothies. Known for its variety and decent hygiene, this attraction fills with food stalls starting in the early evening. Most stalls offer English menus, so you can order easily--but do be prepared for a very casual dining experience. Small tables with plastic or metal stools are typically arranged next to the stall, where you can grab a seat. Look for an extremely popular stall called Pad Thai Fire Look, where one of the best pad Thai chefs in the city works. Add Sukhumvit Soi 38 Night Food Market to your Bangkok travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Bangkok tourist route planner.
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  • This is located at exit 4 of Thonglor BTS station. There are stalls selling Thai BBQ skewer, Thai BBQ seafood, Chinese stir fry, chicken rice, Thai shaved ice, mango and durian sticky rice, etc. The p...  read more »
  • I have visited bangkok on several occasions in recent years, and always come back to this street food classic, from the demolition of what was formerly the dining room in which comias of various jobs and to wash your hands were elbow with elbow with people who washed his dishes, that bustle and charm disappeared as well as the amount of people that mobbing their jobs is now located in the lower part of the residential building that was built, won in cleaning and organization, but lost part of that magic, the food is still very good, highlighting the position of Chinese food, noodles, and posts outside of this dining room the first left hand side street run by a marriage that makes one of the best soups of the ciudad.a this soi happens a bit as the city disappears the classic and are shopping malls and buildings with apartments, but despite everything still deserve the penalty.
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  • 來這別把這當作是夜市,就是個比較多攤商聚集的地方,東西都滿道地的,很好吃,巷口不遠處右手邊的pad thai和芒果糯米飯很好吃,離開後都還念念不忘,聽說這裡要結束了很可惜。 
  • This hostel hosted a nice and diverse young crowd of mostly solo travelers when I was there. Met some great fellows there to hang around with in Bangkok. As for the rooms, fine, but thin walls, so bring your earplugs. Friendly staff. Great location - right by the Sky Train, a rooftop hotel bar (Marriott's Octave) and a terrific food market.
  • I stayed here in 2011, and came back again in 2016. The hostel is really clean and the facility is well-organized . The staff is very friendly and nice . I will go back again for my next visit .
  • We didn't stay here but it looked really nice and comfortable and well decorated. Some of these reviews seem to be for the food court at the mouth of soi 38.
  • It's an ok night food market with about 10-15 vendors. It might have been the timing as we were told that it was street cleaning day so not as many vendors came out as normal. This night market is also set to be dismantle b/c of high rise development which is said. The food is ok. We had grilled turmeric squid which was not cleaned and gutted at all donut had the hard inedible parts still in. The pad Thai from the famous vendor is not so great, the chicken curry roti was the highlight of the nights meal. The food here is nothing special or different there everywhere else on the streets.
  • Mango sticky rice was great. Also the guy doing desert roti's who made up a banana a d peaut butter desert for us.
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