From clothes and household products to pets and exotic foods - you can find everything here. There is a huge supply of objects and products - from clothes, bags and shoes to kitchen utensils, jeans, wood sculptures, furniture, kitchen equipment, flower pots, plants and gardening supplies. This is a paradise for those looking for bargains and a perfect place to buy gifts for family and friends at home.
Add the habit of haggling here and you'll have great opportunities, to find the stunning things that will be a real find.
The areas in this very large market are numbered. Among them are many who love Zone 1, where Vintage and second-hand products, like old cameras and radios, Siam ancient posters and more. Zones 2-6 and 10-26 sell clothes and accessories and in Zones 8-11 there are ceramics, handicrafts, housewares, furniture and gardening products, food, drinks, books, art and used clothes.
Bangkok's flea market has a variety of food stands, fresh tropical drinks and good restaurants, such as the one between the Zones 1 and 26, which offers excellent fried chicken and papaya salad.
The market operates only on Saturdays and Sundays. Try arriving in the morning hours, because in the afternoon there are always crowd of visitors.
At the information booth at the entrance to the market you can get a map of the various areas.
Bargaining and price comparisons are acceptable here, but with a smile please.
It's hot and humid here and very crowded! - Wear light, comfortable clothes and comfortable shoes and bring a bottle of drinking water and a convenient bag for new shopping.
Beware of pickpockets!
Please note that removing antiques and even good imitations requires a special permit in Thailand.