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Review of Chatuchak Park

Chatuchak Park
Ranked #66 of 603 things to do in Bangkok
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Owner description: Located next to the Chatuchak Market, this large park has public tennis courts and soccer fields.
Reviewed August 8, 2013

I visit this place every year during my leisure travel in Bangkok. almost consecutive 9 years i have passed and 9 time i visit there but my thirst for this place is not demolish. Its occupy huge place, just close to MRT station. The place is covered with vendors with exclusive Thai delights and most are my favorite.There you find all necessary thing that a family need for there daily life with cheap price, but dear sometimes you need to bargain for your haunting, Cheers and move to visit there and pass whole day for shopping and eating.

Thank donaldgomes
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Reviewed August 1, 2013

15k stall of everything you can imagine this park is across the street and a great place to pick up cheap street nick nacks. It is also a very quick short cut to get into Chaduchuk market instead of walking down the street to one of the main gates.

Thank SeattleRichard
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Reviewed July 27, 2013

Right next to Chatuchak Market on the north side. Use it to access the market.

Afterwards you may want to sit under the trees but the further away from the Railway Station (Mo Chit BTS/MRT) you go north the quieter it gets. Except there is the constant grind of traffic noise to the east. However a short break here would be pleasent. It is a classic park with seating under trees to give shade and interesting path layouts. It is well cultivated and tended but not much in the way of flowers but pleasant greenery.

Way up a good 15 minutes striding it out, there is a tiny railway museum on the west side that I have reviewed separately.

There are bigger parks in Bangkok where you can 'get away' from the traffic noise. Police everywhere but then you are safe.

I did not see refreshments for sale in this park, and oh it was clean.

The park is gated and fenced off so come in normal hours. Try the web for details.

Well done Local authority.

Note you are fine with wheelchairs inside the park but it is a challenge to get dropped off nearby and get up that very steeep curb.


PS Take a little fan with you when you sit under the trees.

Thank Chris D
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Reviewed July 10, 2013

These is the place where all bargains begin. You can find a lot of products which you hardly could find it anywhere else in Bangkok,nevertheless,the things in chatuchak markets is as cheap as in the city else where for sure.

1  Thank alcoreflawless123
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Reviewed July 4, 2013

A place that I will visit everytime I go to BKK, My trips are always organized and planned to have a weekend there just for this market. Example, this time, I went from Fri to Tue, so Sat and Sun can be spent at Chatuchak.

This is like a wholesale market which is HUGE and you can find almost anything to everything there, from Pet food, Pet clothings, furniture, glassware, dining ware, fashion, food etc.

One thing about it is that you will need to bargain for some or just have to buy a few pieces more to get that discount. I suggest that you download the map and plan the areas that you would like to go instead of going there as you will normally get lost and find out that you have been walking in circles. Go early as the stalls start to close at about 6pm. Buy a fan or bring along a towel as it can be quite hot there.

Going back is a far bit of problem as the taxi drivers will start to ask for prices as high as 400 baht! For me, as I was staying in Pratunam area, the fare should be around 100Baht and not exceed 150.(including getting struck in the traffic). If you are not too tired with sore feet, the train is still the better option.

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