Shop - Market
Silom
Patpong Night Market
Patpong Night Market
Patpong Night Market
In recent years, Silom has seen the rise of the Patpong night market, a busy and chaotic place filled with foreign tourists of every sort. You can buy here pretty much everything from low-quality cheap clothes to DVDs for adults and fake identification cards. The market is a tourist attraction in itself even if you do not buy anything. If you do, bargain hard, because the place is tourist-oriented and the asked prices rarely demonstrate the true value of the items.

How to get there : Take the BTS to the Sala Daeng station and exit down one of the right-hand stairs. Follow the increasing trail of vendors along the sidewalk, and after about five minutes you will reach the bazaar.
Silom Village
Silom village known as well as Silom Trade Center is a good place to sink in the spirit of old Bangkok promoting the charm and elegance of Thai culture. The area offers handbags, furniture, Thai crafts, music, art and a lot of fine restaurants.

How to get there : Take the BTS to the Surasak station and walk from there. The Silom Trade Center is located on the Silom Road. Alternatively take MRT to the Si Lom Station and take a taxi from there or walk for about 20 minutes.
Lalaisub Market
A market favourited by working women. A good place to buy women clothes, accessories, cosmetics etc. It’s a great place to buy some fresh fruits and vegetables as well.

How to get there : The Lalaisub Market is located on the Soi Lalaisub (Silom Soi 5) off the Silom Road. Take the BTS to the Chong Nonsi station or the Sala Daeng station or the MRT to the Silom station. The Lalaisub Market is within a walking distance from all three.
Sukhumvit
Street market
Street market
Street market
On Sukhumvit, between Sois 1 and 20, offers many of the same items as the Patpong night market (although usually at somewhat better prices). Haggling is generally expected. Many tailor shops can be found here.

How to get there : BTS Sky Nana Station / Asoke Station
Taxi / Bus no. 2, 25, 501, 508, 511, 513
Siam / Rajdamri
Pratunam Market
Pratunam Market
Pratunam Market
Pratunam Market is one of Bangkok's major markets, focusing on clothes which makes it Thailand's largest clothing market. The name Pratunam means Water gate.

The market is open 24 hours a day with varying offerings, from 9-20 (in reality more like 11-18) the retail shops are open, later on the evening outdoor stalls mainly geared for tourists come to populate the street sides.

How to get there : BTS Sky Ratchathewi Station
Taxi / Bus no. 2, 11, 23, 60, 93, 140, 505, 511
Chinatown
Chinatown
Chinatown
Chinatown
There are number of buzzing markets, eateries, gold and pawn shops to be discovered by travelers in a labyrinth of small streets. Chinatown has many hotels and open air restaurants as well. Many old shops, houses and other low rise buildings can be found there. Many small streets and alleys are full of shops and vendors selling all kinds of good. It has been the main trading centre of the Chinese community since they moved to the area.

How to get there : Taxi / Bus no. 4, 25, 29, 34, 53, 501
Bo-Bae Market
BOBAE market has been known as the center of garment wholesale for over 30 years. Today, Bo Bae Tower revolutionizes the garment wholesale business by having well over 1300 shops under one roof making Bo Bae Tower the biggest garment wholesale center in Thailand. Furthermore, BoBae Tower offers you shipping services to send your cargo worldwide.

How to get there : Taxi / Bus no. 1, 4, 7, 25, 53
Sampeng Lane
Sampeng Lane. Must-visit market, though the products they sell are rather tacky. It's such a small pedestrian-only lane, much easier to explore on foot than Yaowasrat Road.

How to get there : Taxi / Bus no. 1, 4, 7, 25, 47, 49, 53
Pahurat Market
Pahurat Textile Market is an indoor market located near India Emporium shopping mall. Inside you find hundreds of shops selling fabrics in every color, shape and pattern. To find you need to walk through other stores.

How to get there : Taxi / Bus no. 21, 37
Saphan Phut Night Market
Other name of this market is Memorial Bridge Market due to its location. The trading starts just after sunset when the streets are closed to traffic. To get a break from the shopping you can enjoy a meal from one of the noodle stalls. It’s the place, where the teenager with a limited budget buy their clothes.

How to get there : Taxi / Bus no. 8, 3, 37, 53
Khao San Road
Khao San Road Market
Khao San Road Market
Khao San Road
Khao San Road is a short road in central Bangkok, Thailand. It is located in the Banglamphu neighborhood (Phra Nakhon district) about 1 km north from the Grand Palace with Wat Phra Kaew. It has developed over the years into probably the most profound worldwide example of a "backpackers' ghetto", with relatively cheap accommodation compared to other areas of central Bangkok. The accommodation varies from 'mattress in a box' style hostels, to full Western-standard luxury. Crafts, paintings, clothes, pirate CDs, DVDs, fake educational diplomas, fake driver's licenses, food, second hand books and many other items useful to backpackers are among the common goods traded along the road.

How to get there : Taxi / Bus no. 2, 15, 47, 59, 60, 68, 70, 79, 203, 503
Bang Lamphu Market
Bang Lamphu Market, which takes up most of the footpath space along Krai Si and Tani roads, has stall after stall of cheap garments and food. Sandwiched between these two streets is Banglamphu Department Store, which is itself home to dozens of reasonably priced clothing stores, a large number of which do a roaring trade in uniforms for university students.

How to get there : Taxi / Bus no. 15, 65
The Grand Palace
Pak Klong Talat (Flower Market)
Pak Klong Talat
Pak Klong Talat (Flower Market)
The oldest market in the Grand Palace, Pak Klong Talat is a large wholesale flower market. Merchants travel here from all over Thailand to sell their flowers and wandering the streets here is a colourful and fragrant experience.

How to get there : Take bus no. 3, 37, 53 or 82
Tha Phra Chan Market
This small clothing market is a great place to purchase one-of-a-kind items and copies of popular designer brands. Tha Phra Chan Market doesn’t receive many foreign visitors and many of the items for sale here are considerably cheaper than in touristy areas, although visitors will need a limited amount of Thai vocabulary in order to make transactions go smoothly.

How to get there : Take bus no. 32, 53, 90 or 203.
The Riverside
Klong San Market
Klong San Market
Klong San Market
Those in search of the latest fashions at low, low prices will be in their element here as the Klong San Market specialises in trendy t-shirts, shoes, bags and belts. Few foreigners know about this market, meaning that they are likely to be charged Thai prices and there are several aisles to stroll along, each teeming with tempting items.

How to get there : Take the Chaophraya River Express to Klong San Pier or bus number 36, 84, 105 or 111
Rachadapisek
Ratchada Night Bazzar
Klong San Market
Ratchada Night Bazzar
Ratchada Night Bazaar is similar to a better-known Lumpini Night Bazaar. It contains a number of open-air shops, eating and drinking venues.

How to get there : MRT Subway to Lat Phrao Station.
Bus route: 54, 179, 73, 206, 137, 54, 179,73, 206, 137
Chatuchak
Chatuchak Weekend Market
Chatuchak Weekend Market
Chatuchak Weekend Market
Chatuchak Weekend Market is a big, outdoor, outdoor market where trade is taking place on weekends. It is probably the largest market of this kind in Thailand. The market is covering the area of about 1.2 square kilometers. Alternative names more common among the locals are Weekend Market or JJ Market. Chatuchak Market is the trading place for everything one can think of, ranging from souvenirs through handicraft to clothes, over antiques and reproductions of pretty much everything. Vendors have not forgotten about all kinds of food from different regions of Thailand.

The market comprises of over 9000 stalls displaying all types of goods, showing the wide selection of artifacts available in the Kingdom. All main shipping companies have their establishments here so you can shop till you drop and have your goods sent home.
How to get there : BTS Sky Train to Mo-Chit Station
MRT Subway Train to Chatuchak Park Station / Kampheang phet Station
Taxi / Bus no. 3, 26, 29, 34, 39, 59, 63, 96, 112, 134
Opening hours : 08.00 am. - 07.00 pm.