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Klong San is off the main path a bit so there ii is more focused for the locals. There are some great food booths in to sample the local delicacies such as 'Century eggs' (which surprisingly taste like, you guessed it, egg!), mini-sausages fresh off...More
Liked this place and enjoyed shopping here. Highly recommended . Wear slippers and comfortable shorts to walk all day . That's the Thai way. N only by bus or taxi as there's no place for parking. Good luck.
Very surprised to see the low rating of this night market, my family (with kids - aged 16 & 8) thought that this is the most interesting night market in Bangkok, Train Night market ranked 2nd..The more famous markets that we visited were Patpong, Train...More
The term of 'Thieves Market' simply disappeared. But Klong Thom Night Market was referred to as the thieves market 40 years ago, where you can find almost anything with some items unavailable in normal stores. The market evolved through the years but still maintain the...More
My trip there was basically to find old film cameras; however, I didn't find any. The whole market was basically filled with television remote controls and spare-parts for various household appliances. There were two sides of the market, a messy outdoor street-style market and a...More
Yes, it lives on its reputation. Yes it is gritty and has that 'rip off' frel but that is only the veneer. Thai oeople come here for bargains, and if you look beyond the fakr watches and sunglasses there are some good bargains. Push your...More
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MRT Hua Lamphong Station (the one that goes to Chinatown), better to take Tuk-tuk from this MRT station (get the Thai name ready) since the traffic might be crazy or walk about 10 mins. For more information & map and if you... More
MRT Hua Lamphong Station (the one that goes to Chinatown), better to take Tuk-tuk from this MRT station (get the Thai name ready) since the traffic might be crazy or walk about 10 mins. For more information & map and if you read Chinese/Mandarin, goggle chanho85.blogspot.sg/2013/03/klong-thom-night-market, a very good reference (sorry, no HTML or website link allowed)