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Train night market, Bangkok

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
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4.4/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web
A popular attraction for the savvy shopper, Train night market is not as well-known as some of the capital's larger markets, but the wide variety of items on sale make this an intriguing if off-the-beaten-path option. The stalls at this open-air bazaar stock a selection of goods ranging from retro memorabilia, vintage collectibles, and a selection of items on the budget-friendly end of the scale. Leave plenty of time for the food stalls, where you can taste some authentic Thai specialties before wandering around the rest of the market. Use our Bangkok trip generator to arrange your visit to Train night market and other attractions in Bangkok.
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  • 這個地方非常之特別,不過大家定要留意吓發車嘅時間,由於我哋當日早咗到達,所以係附近嘅咖啡室坐坐才可以等到兩點半嘅時間,想不到火車真的非常之靠近,感覺真的很特別,個人認為必須指定的節日. 
  • שוק היפסטרי, צעיר, לא גדול מדי, מסודר, כיף לשבת בו לבירה, לאכול. המון ח'ברה צעירים מקומיים יוצאים לשם, פחות ראינו תיירים. מחירים סבבה 
  • Great place for shopping and eating! There are plenty of rustic bars too with live band playing good music! We came and spend 4 hours here and managed to probably cover half of the place only. So many...  read more »
  • Came on a Sunday and at 5 like reviews suggested and because of a bit rain maybe, parking was no problem. But seemed half empty and half closed. Ate some good food that wasn't much more than street vendors and then after going to the toilet, discovered that we missed pretty much the whole place. Think we parked in lot A and when you come in that way you only see one building. But beyond the toilet is so much I don't think you can see it all in one day. The old cars and vintage stuff is all over, row after row and some does seem genuinely valuable. Think you probably could find anything you want here except groceries. Bars everywhere too. Definitely place for 20s and their culture. Highly recommended for sightseeing and clothes/jewelry. Going at 5 perfect for parking but you'll need to hang out until 8 for the place to really get going. But promise hard to get parking spot by then....
  • My favourite night market to go to on the weekend. A staple part my trips to Bangkok. This time when I got here, it started to pour.... was gonna call it day when the market basically came back to life. Food. Stores. Heaps of locals and tourists. A real buzz. P.s. takes a while to get here. I took a cab from OnNut bts.
  • The night market is big and highly recommended for tourist to shop n eat. Just to bring mosquito repellent if your blood is delicious for mosquitos. Before going night shopping or searching food, nearby have a few mall to shop around.
  • One of the most interesting markets I've visited. It's a bit different from other places in Bangkok. Less touristy and with a lot of young people. The 50's US decorations is really amazing and worth the trip. You can enjoy a the cooler temperatures of the night with some fantastic food and some quick shopping.
  • I've visited many many markets all over Asia. This one tops the list. Although it's not authentic like the floating market or the ever touristy chatuchak/JJ market. Rot Fai has its own charm. It's a modern take on the Thailand night market scene with a 60-70s America twist. They have some good quality clothes, toys, electronic accessories, and lots of street food. The street vendors are Organised and clean. Everything is cheaper than Bkk core city markets. Lots of bars and restaurants to chill. And btw it's huge. Easily can spend a good night here. Please visit, I would like other Travellers to enjoy themselves.
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