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The Liab Duan Night Market is worth a visit, alone or in a group. Don't expect great street food, or huge selection of goods. The market has a small stalls arranged in little alleys. Surrounded by bars and pubs, this market has a good mix...More
The place is quite huge for a night market having locals selling bags, clothings, earrings, clocks, accessories, anything you might need in your household in the middle of the square. On the edge of the square, you can get all the local food.
This is a very local night market. The wares there are mostly imitations made in China or from the region. They are good copies, but definitely not original. However, they are all affordable and you may even get a small discount.
Other than shopping for...More
Read a lot of good reviews about this market, hence we decided to give this place a go.
This market is located very far and the only way to reach there, if you have limited time is by taxi. We got a grab and it...More
This night market was highly recommended by a friend, she insisted for us to visit Liab Duan (She went back there for 3 nights consecutively .
So we did, and it fell short of our expectations. Most shops sells items are repetitive and the quality...More
One of the newer night markets in Bangkok. It is a bit further away from the central city areas.
Expect to see only locals and pay local prices. Nice to experience the atmosphere of how the local people spend their evenings.
It was raining while...More
Don't know why people are ranting about other night markets not being authentic Thai? If you want local Thai night market, then u go to Liab Duan, JJ Green....etc. Don't go to tourist night market & complain that it's not local enough! That's the importance...More
The night market is big. More for locals, cause I hardly see any tourists. Food are quite good and ambience is good. Cheap food and beers. Stall owners are mostly friendly and can speak a little English. And remember to bargain.