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I only had 2 days to stay in Bangkok ( not on the weekend, and i wanted to see as much as i can. I was looking for a Market that did not take long to look around and offed great experience and good pricing....More
What ever you are looking for ,if you can't find ig here you will never find it. Go in past the street to find the best bargains and you can barter for a better price, my wife bought 3 pairs of sandle/flip flops for 550...More
Well to give my feedback in short... This is the best place to shop for any tourist... You get all various kinds of things.. Some of the stalls have good pricings and some are a little high but there is always room to bargain... we've...More
My family and I were visiting Bangkok for 5 days and 4 nights from May 13-17, 2018. Pratunam was the first market we have visited since we arrived Bangkok during lunch time. You may find plenty of delicious food, drinks and snacks in the market....More
You can literally find anything there wholesale. It is really cheap if you can buy 3 pieces and above from one shop but some vendors can be quite strict where they only sell wholesales and not even giving you a retail price
It's a wholesale market where vendors will reduce prices the more pieces you buy. At minimum, you have to buy 2-3 pieces from the same shop to get the best bang for your buck. The market is crowded, noisy and has very narrow walkways. Since...More
This market is an Asian old style outdoor market with stalls and bartering of mostly tourist items. I did find a nice shirt for a good price and my friends all got some cheap gifts for their family members back home. There are plenty of...More
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for another option street food,you can visit TALAD NEON(near paladium shoping mall) which 10mnts by walking from baiyoke,follow your gps map ,there many food stall overthere open in evening.at noon you can visit platinum... More
for another option street food,you can visit TALAD NEON(near paladium shoping mall) which 10mnts by walking from baiyoke,follow your gps map ,there many food stall overthere open in evening.at noon you can visit platinum shoping mall ,5th floor(food court area)
If Suan Lum close..what recommendation for night market? (9 Replies)
Hey guys, I was thinking what can i do with 4D3N if suan lum market is closed? See, i was thinking first night to chill where ever.....2nd night in pat pong and third night in suan lum. But if Suan lum closes... what are the recommended places to go? p/s: Im heading to Pratunam market and china town in the noon so pls don't count that in.. Thanks all...
May 21, 2007|
Suan lum still not close . u can come. China town not bad at night , or Khaw san road at night . Most tourists there.
Itinerary help (7 Replies)
Hi All I am just starting to plan in more detail my trip to Thailand at the end of May and was just after a bit of guidance on my plans. We are a couple in early 30s. We are staying near Pratunam market area. My plans so far are: - Monday. Arrive around 5pm. If not too jetlagged take a stroll around Pratunam market. - Tuesday. Grand Palace, Wat Pho and Wat Arun. Evening visit Khao San Road. - Wednesday. Day trip to Floating market and River Kwai. Evening visit Patpong area. -...More
April 06, 2015|
I'd head to Asiatique over Khao San Road any day.
Pratunam hotel advice (3 Replies)
Hi all, haven't been able to find anything online, but I may have overlooked a place seeing as new hotels are popping up all the time apparently. Anyone stayed in a hotel close to Pratunam market, with BALCONY (for a smoker, no lectures please, lol!) and POOL. Budget around 2200 Baht per night (incl breakfast). Thanks in advance!
March 06, 2017|
Had a quick look, how about Centre Point Pratunam Hotel, it's about 2,500 baht depending when you stay. https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g… Can't find anything else.