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3. Suan Lum Night Bazaar

For those who are familiar with Bangkok, you should know that Suan Lum Night Bazaar closed five years ago.

Suan Lum Night Bazaar is reopened after they closed five years ago. There are now located at Ratchadaphisek with a brand new shopping mall.

The mall will hosts 1800 shops also include the Bazaar Hotel, a four star hotel with 800 rooms. The 125,000 square metre mall will also host a fitness centre, a boxing gym, water park, and magic and cabaret shows.

When we checked out the night bazaar, the mall is still not ready for public only some shops and McDonalds. They should be ready in April until further notice. You can still visit the night market but don’t expect much until they are fully opened. Upon completion, the mall expects to be the world’s longest mall in length stretching 1.5 kilometres.

The beauty of Suan Lum Night Bazaar is they open daily! Remember, they are still in midst of opening up their shops now so most shops are still not ready yet.

How to go to Suan Lum Night Bazaar in Bangkok?

MRT (Subway):

The easiest way is by MRT (Subway). You have to stop at Lat Phrao MRT Station and Exit at Exit One. Turn right after the exit and you will see the Suan Lum Night Bazaar night market as well as the hotel and the big shopping mall. Full review will come soon.

Suan Lum Night Bazaar Address:

5 Ratchadaphisek Road, Chom Phon, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900, Thailand

33 thoughts on “Four New Night Markets To Visit in Bangkok for 2016

  1. I believe my husband is going to cry lol when he sees your blog post kekeke . Will visit all the night markets recommended by you if our time permits. 😉

  2. This is a great write-up, it comes handy for those who want to go to Bangkok just for the night markets. I gotta bookmark this page. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Hi, since you know many night markets around Bangkok, would you also write about wet markets around Bangkok? Usually wet markets not only selling fresh fruits & veggies for cooking but you can find many kinds of typical Thai food which you may not get in the restaurants. Besides that, you can also find some unusual creatures. This would be interesting to explore as many tourist will flock to famous hotspot only.

  4. thanks for the list. i love night market as it shows the real culture and the real people – one experience you must not miss when you are travelling!

  5. I walk at pratunam mall the whole already feel pain my leg. Can’t imagine if I walk whole day at flea market. Non stop buying

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